Welcome to Bumblebee Class
A warm welcome to Bumblebee Class and we all agree that it's wonderful to be back. The children have settled back into the routine of school life and have enjoyed seeing their friends and making new ones. Our teacher is Mrs. Herring and Mell, Penny and Hazell are our wonderful Teaching Assitants who work with us throughout the week.
Please read our termly newsletter to find out about our learning this term.
In Bumblebee Class we love to read so, each child will have a reading book and a reading diary to take home with them at the end of each day. Please can you make sure that your child brings their book bag into school every day. In order to support your child please try to hear them read every day at home and remember to record it in their reading diary. This evidence of having read at home four times or more enables your child to earn a leaf towards a reward.
Homework and Spellings
We will send home Number Club and Spelling Homework on a Friday. This is a great opportunity for the children to practise their skills in their Home Learning Book.
Please can the children have a PE kit in school every week ready for our PE sessions. They will need dark shorts, a plain white t'shirt and trainers. All earrings should be removed and hair needs to be tied up.
Please contact me if you have any concerns or queries.
Thank you for supporting your child with their learning.
Book Week at Roundhill
We started the week by reading Mr. Wolf's Pancakes written and illustrated by Jan Fearnley. In the story Mr Wolf gets into lots of trouble making pancakes! We then made pancakes at home for lunch and in school we tried them with lots of different toppings! They were yummy!
On Tuesday we listened to Ed Vere read Bedtime for Monsters. Ed wrote the story and he is also the illustrator. He then showed us how to draw the monster. Here are our monsters.
Week beginning 11th May 2020
Hello Bumblebees, how are you all? I can see from the photographs that you are busy doing lots of lovely learning at home. Please keep emailing me your photographs and I will put them up in the Gallery for everyone to see. Take care, keep safe and I hope to see you soon, Mrs Herring.
Week beginning 4th May 2020
Well done Bumblebees for all the learning that you are doing at home. Remember to keep reading and to use Bug Club. I have allocated you lots of great books and you will find both fiction and non - fiction books to read.
Each week you will find your Home Learning Ideas in the Pupil Zone on the website. There are lots of fun activities to keep you busy. Thank you for sending me your photographs, it's great to see what you have been doing.
Keep safe and I hope that we will all be back in school very soon.
Take care and please keep emailing me.
Week beginning Monday 20th April
Hello again Bumblebee Class, we hope that you are all happy, healthy and staying safe and making good use of your time away from school. Try to keep reading and practising your number work everyday. Remember to use Active Learn, as we are adding new things each week.
In addition to this, BBC Bitesize have new daily lessons starting from today Monday 20th April. Go to BBC Bitesize and click on Primary. Move down the page to where it says England and click on KS1 Year 1 and 2. They will bring you fun things to do and learn every weekday.
We have added some more fun Maths resources to your ActiveLearn but, you might like to try the learning we would be doing in school.
Year 1 click on this link below
Year 2 click on this link below
Each day you can have a Maths lesson in your own home! Let us know how you get on. The Easter activities are great fun too. Can you build a den or an obstacle course?
Needless to say that we are missing you all and hope that we can get back to school soon very soon.
Mrs Herring, Mrs Rabbitts, Hayley, Penny and Hazell would like to extend their love and support during these difficult and challenging times.
Hello Bumblebees and well done for all the learning that you are doing at home. Keep up the great work!
Please remember to login to Bug Club everyday and read a book. When you have read your book, try and answer the questions and then you can even listen to the book being read to you! Lots of you are completing the Gold Challenges - Great Work!
You will also see that when you login, you now have lots of Maths games to play too. We have used some of these games in class and they are great fun. They will really help you with your learning so, please try them.
Each week I will be adding lots of different activities to you busy and learning!
If you have any problems with your Bug Club login, check that 'pop-ups' have been allowed in Settings or if that does not work, ring school and I will try to sort it out for you.
Happy learning everyone. Please stay safe, keep well and I look forward to us all being back in school together again.
In Bumblebee Class we love to read and we are all becoming confident readers so, a big thank you to everyone at home for your support. Please remember to sign the reading record each time you hear your child read. Don't forget you need to read at least 4 times each week to get a reading leaf. Each leaf you earn will give you a chance to win a prize in our end of term draw!
Homework will be sent out in homework books on a Friday. This will include spellings to practise and a Number Club maths sheet. Homework books need to be back in school by the following Thursday.
This year at Roundhill we are learning through 'Enquiry'. This is a new approach to our learning and you will see us being Authors, Artists, Engineers, Geographers, Historians, Linguists, Mathematicians, Musicians, Philosophers and Scientists.
PE will be on a Thursday morning and we will be swimming in terms 3 and 4. Please can you make sure that your child has their PE kit in school each week ready for their session. Dark shorts, a plain white t-shirt and trainers are needed. All earrings should be removed and hair tied up.
If you have any concerns or questions please come and speak to us.
World Book Day
Our theme for World Book Day was Traditional Tales. We dressed up as characters from our favourite stories.
How to Catch a Goblin
Strange things have been happening in our classroom! We think we might have a goblin living somewhere in Bumblebee Classroom. We decided to design and make a trap and then we wrote instructions on How to Catch a Goblin. We worked in teams and here are our designs.
Here are our 2020 Bunny Bouncers. Well done to Jacob for bouncing 212 times in 2 minutes - AMAZING!