Welcome to Class One’s page! On here you will be able to see photos of your child’s learning, information about their learning and important dates and notices. Please come back to our page regularly to keep updated, we hope you like it!
Class Teacher – Miss Verity
Teaching Assistant – Mrs Brock
Additional Staff – Ms Fegan
Class 1 will be visiting the Museum of Childhood at Sudbury Hall on Monday 18th December. We are departing from school at 9:15am and should arrive back to school for 3:15pm.
If you would like a packed lunch provided by school, please return the slip on the letter that has been sent out. This needs to be given in by Monday 4th December.
This half term's topic is Changes in Living Memory.
The children are really looking forward to this topic and can't wait to find out about life in the past.
We will be exploring clothes, machines and toys from different eras.
Please look at the Topic Web to find out more information.
This term's topic is Little to Big. We will be finding out how things grow.
Don't forget you can view your homework on this page.
We are all very excited to perform our Class Assembly where we will be singing 'The Farmer Plants the Seeds' and the 'Ugly Duckling Song'. A video of this will be found here soon!
We love to celebrate Class One’s achievements! We reward the children in many ways with:
- Stickers and certificates
- PRIDE Points (more information below)
- Class Dojo (more information below)
The children will receive Snape Wood Pride Points now instead of Super Points. Your child will be rewarded Pride Points just like they were with Super Points, and can use their points to buy prizes in the new Pride Points shop!
PRIDE stands for:
We are also using Class Dojo now instead of Marvellous Me. PRIDE Points will be recorded through Class Dojo. If you use the code that was given to you, you can now see when your child receives these points!
Reading is very important for children. We wish for all children to enjoy reading and to become fluent readers. To encourage this, please take time to read with your child for at least five minutes each day and log this in their reading diary. If children read at least three times a week, they will be rewarded with Snape Wood Pride Points. When the children read 10, 20, 30, 50 books, they are rewarded with a certificate. Therefore could you please ensure your child brings their reading diary and book to school every day so we can give them these rewards and move them through the reading stages.
Class One has PE on Tuesday and Friday. Please ensure your child brings a labelled kit with black plimsolls or trainers on our PE days. Please also remove any earrings on these days for your child’s safety.
In each class, there is a traffic light system for behaviour. Every child begins the day on Green. If a child breaks a school rule, they are asked to think about their behaviour and are given a warning. If the child does not change their behaviour, they are moved down to an orange. If their behaviour is still not improved, they are moved down to a red. The child is given chance to move back up the traffic light system and we support the children in trying to work their way to a green. However, if the child’s behaviour does not change when they are on red, they are sent to another class for the remainder of that lesson.
If a child is on red at the end of the day or they have shown extreme behaviour, a red card will be sent home. Please take the time to speak with your child about this behaviour and sign and bring the card back to school if your child is given one.
Children that have shown good behaviour all week and have not been given a red card will be given a green card on a Friday. This is a chance for both you and school to encourage good behaviour. The children love being given the cards and are excited to take them home. They are entered into a prize draw when they bring in their card signed by you.
Please ensure that your child's hair is tied up every day, if necessary, and check for head lice regularly. Please treat if needs be.
Your child will receive letters, newsletters, spellings and homework during the half term. If you need another copy of any of these, we have copies in the classroom that your child can take.
To support your child’s classroom learning, you could try and do the following at home:
Ask children what they have done/learnt at school each day
Listen to your child read
Help your child practise their weekly spellings
Encourage your child to write – practising letter formation and joining their letters
Practise writing numbers and ordering them
Test your child on their 2, 5 and 10 times tables