Class Potter - Year 1
Curriculum Information 2020/21
Please click on the link below for the learning in Class Potter:
'Contactless Homework' in Class Potter
Our home work will be completed through google classroom. A parent must have a gmail account to access google classroom for free, so please view this link for instructions on how to set up a gmail account, then view the second attachment to see how to access our new google classroom page.
Welcome to Class Potter's
Our nativity is very different from previous years due to the restrictions in place at the moment, but nevertheless we have managed to learn all about the Christmas story and the birth of baby Jesus and how important this is for Christians.
During Advent, all of the children in Year 1 have been working very hard to put together a little performance of the Nativity just for you! We hope that you enjoy watching it as much as we have!
Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas and looking forward to seeing you all in 2021!
Best wishes and stay safe from
Mrs Biggs and Mrs Riordan x
As a matter of safeguarding, please can we ask that the video above is not shared or recorded by parents/carers. Thank you.
Christmas dinner day in Class Potter!
Children getting festive with Christmas hats, crackers and...Brussel sprouts!
We explored beat and rhythm during our music day. The Snowman's 'Walking in the air' song by Howard Blake was our stimulus for the day. We became composers ourselves and wrote and performed our own music!
Everyone getting busy during our enterprise week - using salt dough for Christmas decorations.
We explored our enquiry question..."How have the things we use today changed over time?"
Stanley's Stick, by John Hegley.
Our English this half term has been based around the story of Stanley's Stick. Just look at the narrative writing we have written! We found some great shaped sticks on our field too!
Harvest time in Class Potter
We hope you enjoy our Harvest Prayer. Join in with us if you like!
A Harvest Celebration
I hope you are as proud as we are with the harvest prayer and art work completed by the children...
Autumn Half Term 1
Enjoy a look inside our Year 1 classroom...
We know that you as parents and carers have not been able to visit our class, so we thought you would love to see some of the learning your children have been doing. We are so proud of what they have achieved so far!
Class Potter enjoying autumn leaf fun during a play time with each other!
Daily reading in Class Potter is how we start our day of learning.
Reading opens up our minds, ready for the day ahead...
A big and warm welcome back to school!
We would like to give you a warm welcome back to school tomorrow morning. We can't wait to see you all again - it's been such a long time. We know that some of you will be nervous about coming back to school and some of you will be feeling excited - we want to reassure you all that we will do our very best to make your return to school the best it can possibly be where we will ensure you feel safe and happy and ready to learn.
Please click on the link below to read more about Class Potter!
Class Potter: Y1 Transition letter
PE lessons will be every Monday, so please can you ensure your child brings their PE kit - including some black joggers and a sweatshirt as PE will be outside whatever the weather (although we will not be outside in torrential rain!)
What a Wonderful World...
The music of Louis Armstrong has inspired Class Potter to write, draw and paint!
Here is some information about a football programme for girls in Barnsley:
Starting back in September 2020
For children who have not got any siblings in school, their start time will be 9.10am, lining up on the right hand side of the barrier gate. The finish time will be 3.10pm, where you can collect your child from the pathway down Beech Close at the front of school. Your child will be escorted when crossing the road to meet you. For all other Year 1 children, the start time will be slightly different and this will be on your individual letter that was sent out on 10.07.20. These staggered start and finish times are in place to minimise congestion and contact with other bubbles of children.
For how to access home learning please click the link below:
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