Welcome to Reception/Year 1 Ash!
A very warm welcome to our class page from Reception/Year 1 Ash.
Check below to keep updated with all the fun learning and activities that take place in our classroom!
Monday 21st September 2020
Today we were learning all about the human body and the different body parts. Elliot volunteered so we drew around him and took it in turns to label each part of the body. Fantastic work everybody!
Thursday 17th September 2020
Today, we had a circle time and talked about what makes a good friend. We then took it in turns to discus different types of behaviour and whether they were friendly or unfriendly and we then put the pictures in the correct box on the carpet and individually at our tables.
Tuesday 15th September 2020
Today we had a circle time and discussed as a class the emotion 'happy'. We passed around Patrick the penguin and told him what makes us happy. Here is what each child said:
Iris: "Cuddling my baby sister."
Elaine: "Playing at school."
Lincoln: "Watching PJ Masks films."
Bella: "Playing with my step-sister."
Emily: "Playing with my dolls house."
Archie: " Cuddling my dog, Ruby."
Reggie: "Playing with my robots."
Jackson: "Eating sweeties."
Mia: "Singing Frozen songs."
August: "Playing video games."
Henry: "Playing with my train tracks."
Luna: "Playing with my dolls house with Bing and Flop."
George: "Playing with my new friend in Reception."
Noah: "Playing with my little cousin."
Elliot: ""Cuddling my teddy, Warla."
Michael: "Playing video games."
Sidney: "Playing Mario games with my brother."
Friday 11th September 2020
The children have had a fantastic first week in Reception! We are so proud of how the children have settled and have enjoyed a busy and exciting week exploring their new classrooms and equipment and making lots of new friends. It has also been lovely to meet all our new parents too! We are also very pleased with our Year 1 children who have quickly settled back into school life and routines and have been working very hard.
This week we have shared the story 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llenas.
We have had lots of class discussions about the story and the children have produced some lovely work which will contribute to a colourful classroom display and a display on the Dance Studio windows. Throughout the week, they have also created their own self portraits and taken part in circle times to talk about themselves and their families.
Well done Everyone !
We read the story together and talked about the different colours and how they are used to represent each emotion. We then separated these into jars and even came up with extra emotions that were not in the story such as: 'love, bored, tired, excited and peaceful.' The children then chose colours that best fit these new emotions.
Super work everyone!