Year 1 October announcements
Friday 23rd October 2020
Hello and happy Friday to you all!
This week the children have blown us all away in Year One with their amazing writing and their progress is really clear to see. I have uploaded details of the half term mini project onto Seesaw and we look forward to seeing these when we return after the half term break.
Phonics assessments have been ongoing this week and the children have done really well. I have commented in their reading diary with any sounds or tricky words that they may have struggled with so please can you check diaries for these comments.
On our gallery page I have uploaded images from our Sukkot work and this week we got to decorate our own Sukkah in the school woodland, although this rain may have managed to damage it a little!
I hope you all have a lovely and restful half term break,
Friday 16th October 2020
We have been working hard again this week and preparing for our first big story write when we get back from half term. Please keep an eye out on Seesaw this week for communication about our mini half term project linked to our writing unit. With the new restrictions in place for Lancashire hopefully this will keep the children busy for some of the time!
Thank you for all of the lovely celebration photographs which have been sent across via Seesaw, we will have a look at the rest this week, as we complete our Sukkot work before half term. I have added a new slide show to the gallery of some of the children’s Sukkah decoration images and we will be holding a mini Sukkot celebration tomorrow afternoon in the woodland area.
This half term has really flown and the children have settled so well and transitioned beautifully into our Year One routines.
We are very proud of them
Friday 9th October 2020
Year One have had another busy week and they have continued to work really well together.
As usual the homework is available on Seesaw and if you haven’t yet sent back your family thankfulness harvest tag, don’t worry! We will continue to add to it next week. The tree is looking lovely so far and myself and Mrs Todd are really enjoying reading what each family is thankful for at harvest
On Monday I will add some photos of the children’s Sukkot decorations and (weather depending!) we are hoping to get out in the woodland area to turn one of the dens into a Sukkah for the children to hang their decorations from.
I look forward to seeing the celebration photographs on Seesaw.
Thank you for another week of support,