Welcome to Class Newstead
The teachers in Class Newstead are Mrs Radford and Mrs Graham.
Our teaching assistant is Mrs Davis.
School parliament members are;
Don't forget to make sure you have your water bottle in school every day. Please bring your reading book and organiser to school every day and your Target words on Thursday.
You will need your P.E. Kit on Tuesday and Thursday and your wellies for Forest school on Wednesday.
This is a quick overview of our learning for the next few weeks;
Our Topic for this half term is Transport.
Thank you for all the amazing art work you have sent in as part of our home learning.
If you have any questions, thoughts or resources you would like to share please do come in and see us.
Thank you for your continued support.
'Daily readers' has been working really well! By giving the children a reading day we are able to assess their reading each week. (Teacher/T.A) Thank you to all the parents who have listened to children read in addition to this. It makes a real difference.
If you listen to your child read at home please write a comment in their organiser. (At least three times a week please)
Thank you for supporting your child with their target words each week. Don't forget to ask your child to put their words into sentences on the back. (Little and often is the key!)
'Teach your monster to read' is a fantastic app to download onto your phone or tablet.
Our Maths learning over the next few weeks will focus on numbers to 10. We will be counting to 10 forwards and backwards, reading and writing numbers in numerals and words. We will be identifying one more and one less than a given number. We will identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the number line and use the language of equal to, more than, less than (fewer), most and least.
We will then move onto addition and subtraction within 10, reading, writing and interpreting mathematical statements involving addition (+), subtraction (-) and equals (=). We will be solving one step problems involving addition and subtraction, using concrete objects and pictorial representations and missing number problems.
This half term we will begin our year long experiment observing seasonal changes on trees.
This half term we will be focusing on "Materials."
We will identify different materials and what they are made from. Describe the properties of a variety of everyday materials and work scientifically and perform simple tests to find answers to questions about everyday materials.
You can find out what different objects are made from and why by visiting BBC Bitesize - KS1 Science Which material do we use? What are different objects made from?
Click on the pictures to find out what the different objects are made from and why?
Dates for your diary:
Tuesday 4th September - Inset day
Wednesday 5th September - Start of new school year.
Friday 21st September pm- Christmas card making ( Parent help needed)
Friday 28th September am - Macmillan coffee morning
Monday 1st October - 2pm -Theatre group - "The Railway children."
Wednesday 3rd October - 2pm - Theatre group - "Power up."
Wednesday 10th October 1.30pm - Visit to All Hallows church ( Parent help needed)
Friday 19th October - Clothing collection
Thursday 25th October - School disco 6pm
Friday 26th October - Inset day
Monday 29th October - Start of half term holiday
Monday 5th November - Start of new half term
Tuesday 6th November - School photographer in to take family groups and individual photographs
Tuesday 13th November - Parent's evening - 5pm - 7pm
Wednesday 14th November - Parent's evening - 3.30pm - 5.30pm.
Friday 23rd November - Flu vaccines
Saturday 1st December - Christmas Fair
Monday 3rd December - Trip to Newstead Abbey for "A Victorian Christmas"
Friday 14th December - Christmas jumper day in aid of Save the Children
Monday 17th December - Key Stage 1 Christmas production
Thursday 20th December - Christmas parties
Friday 21st December - Carol Service 9.30am - last day of term.
(Please also see the diary page on our website. Please make a note of these dates as it is a very busy term! )
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