Here is where you will find any information regarding your childs learning and school journey.
This year your child will have 5 supporting adults that they will work with at different points in the week:
Class Teacher: Miss Couchman
LSA's: Mrs Hinton, Mrs Hinks, Mrs Reeves, and Mrs Taylor.
Today we took part in a miniature class sports day practise. We ran against one another in pairs. It was a lot of fun!!
For the last few weeks we have been exploring the work of Lowry, and have begun creating our own pictures. Here Is our class art gallery where we have collated all of our fabulous work.
Good morning class 1!
I hope you have had a lovely weekend and that you are rested and ready to learn this week!
I have attached our new project for you to enjoy
Make sure to send your work complete to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure that you are accessing google classroom
Today we enjoyed a water fight in the sun! It was great fun and really cooled us down
Today we planted a class sunflower. We are going to make sure that we water it every day and care for it, so that it grows tall and healthy. We will keep you updated on its growth
Today we worked scientifically to explore puddles. We made our own, and then observed how long each took to dry. We found that the puddles in the sun, on concrete, were quicker to dry than those in the shade (4 times quicker!!). We also found that puddles on the grass soaked in (absorbed by the mud) whereas puddles on the concrete evaporated. We wrote about our findings and drew pictures of the experiment.
Good morning Class 1! I hope you have all enjoyed the weekend and the beautiful sunshine. I have uploaded the new weekly project for you to enjoy this week
Make sure to send any work that you do to me at email@example.com and ensure you are accessing google classroom
WOW! JP you are amazing and I am so so proud of you
The work you are producing is phenomenal. I absolutely loved your Lowry drawing. It was fantastic. Keep up the good work. You are a star
In science today we learnt all about the method of freezing by making our very own ice lollies. The children said they tasted ‘so so nice’. It was a perfect treat for a beautiful day
p.s if you want to know how to make these, we wrote down the instructions to share with you!
So on Tuesday a few members of class 1 decided to return to school. We have had so much fun already. I will make sure to update you on what we get up to. Remember if you are working from home to continue to send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org and also go and check out Google classroom
Well done to all three of you for your fantastic science home learning. You all did a great job and carried out the experiment perfectly. I am very proud of you
I went into school today to get it ready for the return of Class 1 pupils.
It filled me with so much excitement thinking about all the fun we are going to have.
I cannot wait to see you
I have also uploaded our new project for those of you working from home. It is filled with lots of fun activities (we will be following this at school also).
Make sure you send all of your work into email@example.com and that you are also accessing Google Classroom
Well done for all of your hard work this week JP you have blown me away!
I love your description of Lowry's drawings and, opinion on how you would improve them. Fantastic work!! Keep it up dude
Wow what a great collection you have made HB! (I love that you found some sea glass)
You look like you were concentrating very hard on your sea shell art work !
I am so glad you are enjoying your home learning
I love this VS!
Our class experiment this week was to see what the quickest method would be to release the superhero from the ice.
V's idea was to smash the ice, with the help from her adults at home (please be careful if you try this and make sure you are supervised)
What did the rest of you do?
Send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am so proud of you both!
This award is so well deserved. You have worked tremendously hard!
Keep it up pickles!
Good morning Class 1!
I hope you are all well
As mentioned this morning with my Zoomers I have now uploaded week 2 of our seaside project. It is full of fun, interactive activities for you to enjoy.
Make sure to send any of your work to email@example.com
I am blown away every week, so I cannot wait to see this weeks wonders!
Well done JG for your fabulous work this week! I particularly liked your Cornwall Beach drawing. I love the detail that you included. Keep up the good work!
Today I am reading 'Pooh Invents A New Game'. Some of you may have played 'Poohsticks' yourselves. It is a lot of fun!
CHALLENGE: Can you invent your own game?
A big well done to JP, VS and SE for their fabulous seaside work this week! Here is a few examples of the great pieces I have been sent in by them!
What fantastic ideas for summer time sundaes! I want to eat them all
I just want to say a massive thank you to you all, for the amazing work produced so far this week, and up to this point!! You are working so tremendously hard and I am so so proud
Good morning Class 1! I hope you all had a fabulous half term and enjoyed the sun
I just want to say a few things:
WOW JP, PH and HB!! I am blown away by this fantastic project work. I cannot explain how proud I am
Keep up the good work!
Remember any work you do, to please send to firstname.lastname@example.org as this way it can feature on the website
Well done BC for your planting this week. This is so lovely to see. Your plant is growing beautifully. Make sure to keep me updated on its progress
I hope you are having a fabulous week and enjoying the sun! These two certainly have been. They visited Norsey Woods, where they found a rope swing, and then spent the rest of the day chilling in their hot tub. It sounded like a perfect day.
Good afternoon Class 1!
I hope you have all had lovely weekends and that you have been enjoying this glorious weather.
I would like to thank all of you that joined the Zoom meetings this morning. It was fabulous to see, and talk to you, about the different things you have been getting up to.
This week is officially half term however I will still be checking and uploading work if you do wish to send any. Have a super week!!!
This weeks story is 'It Wasn't me' by Lucy Barnard. This is a funny story all about twins and their pet dog Patch. I hope you enjoy it!
CHALLENGE: Can you recognise the rhyming words and write them down?
I would like to say a special well done to JP for his outstanding work this week! You have demonstrated a love for the current project, which shows in the standard of work you are producing! I am so proud of you
A massive well done to those of you that have sent in work this week! The standard of work is fantastic and you are working so hard
Thank you to everyone that joined the zoom meetings this morning! It was wonderful to see so many of you It really does make me smile!!
I will still be zooming next week even though it is a bank holiday. I already cannot wait to see you again and hear all about your super learning!
P.S As promised here is me with Daisy!!
Well done BC this Nature Sculpture is incredible! I love how you have used a variety of outdoor materials! Keep up the amazing work
Today we have Mrs Hinton reading 'The Day the Crayons Quit'. This is a great book with lots of fantastic illustrations.
Challenge: Choose your favourite colour and draw a picture using only this shade!
Well done SE for your amazing cupcake creation! These are awesome!! (I wish I could try one)
I have attached a great online learning portal which is free to access and has a variety of amazing resources!
Please use the Math's resources provided here instead of White Rose as this site is now charging. This site also has assemblies, English and Foundation subjects! Check it out
Well done to VS and HB for their super science work, all about plants. HB has made a great life cycle of a sunflower, and VS has started to grow her own and write about its growth! Keep up the good work!
Well done VS this is fantastic! I love that you have named the months in each section
I hope you are all staying safe and well. Today's zoom meetings were amazing. Thank you to everybody that joined. They make my week ( I am smiling from ear to ear ). I have made a list of all of your challenge suggestions and chosen one which I have attached.
Above I have attached our new 'Summer Time Project' that I spoke about this morning, which I hope you will enjoy! I have included lots of fun, hands on activities for you.
Make sure to send it your work once completed to email@example.com
In commemoration of 75 years since WW2 I have sang and signed 'We'll Meet Again' by Vera Lynn, instead of a story this week. This is a song that was listened to by many during the second world war. I think it is beautiful and hope you do to!
CHALLENGE: Try and see if you can sign along with me
On 8 May 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that the war was over, a date that was known as VE Day (Victory in Europe Day). Today Marks 75 Years! Lets celebrate!!
Well done to those of you who have shared your preparations. They're fantastic
A massive well done to SE and WS for your science work! The planting and labeling is great. You will have to let me know how the plants taste (lettuce, radish and cress).
Well done for your fabulous poster linked to our reading challenge this week! It is fantastic. I also love your picture that you included. Keep up the hard work
RAINBOWS have cropped up in windows across the UK, as the country tackles the coronavirus outbreak. They are a beautiful symbol which currently represent unity, and serve to spread joy across communities. Here are some ideas for you to try, to make your own rainbows!
Thank you for your beautiful pictures boys! They are fantastic and spread so much joy
Well done to everyone that has sent in posters about things that you love. It is great to see that you have used some of the languages learnt in the book you heard to say 'I love you'. They are fabulous ( I LOVE THEM) Can anyone recall which languages these children have used?
Well done! This work is fantastic. You are a master of Lego!
Mummy said this was for aged 8+ but you did it with ease. I am blown away!
Keep up the good work
Good Morning Year 1! I cannot believe that it is May, how time flies!
I hope you have all had a fabulous week.
Once again, thank you so much for all of your home learning!!
This weeks story is 'I Love You'. This is a beautiful story all about Little Badger and the love she has for her world, and those in it.
Challenge: Can you make a poster of the things you love and see if you can write I love you in any of the languages you heard?
( Remember to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org ).
EXTRA CHALLENGE: Who can notice the mistake I make in this video?
Thank you so much to everyone that took part in this weeks ZOOM sessions! It was so lovely to see all of your faces. I am so proud of all of the work you are achieving. Keep it up
JP....I am just blown away! You are working so hard and I am so amazingly proud of you. The story about you and your sister made me laugh. Maybe she can be the new goalie when you play football next? Keep up the good work. Your weather diary is superb!
More amazing work boys! I am amazed at how crafty you are. The art work that you have produced these last few weeks is fantastic. I love the butterfly.. it reminds me of being free
As promised here is 'The Gruffalo's Child', read by Mrs.Hinton, as requested by Sophia. I hope you enjoy it. I did. It is one of my personal favourites.
This week your challenge is to spot a character in this story, from one of Julia Donaldsons other books and to draw a picture of it. (HINT: Its the Gruffalo's Childs favourite toy).
This is just some of the amazing Math's work sent in this week (the rest can be found under week 5 brilliance).
I am blown away with your effort. Gold stars for all of you
So today I woke up to this beautiful collage made from pupils in Class 1 (+ parents) . The message says 'We miss you all so much, stay safe'. This brought a tear to my eye. I am so proud to be your teacher and miss you all dearly!!
Thank you so much for being so fabulous you bunch of pickles
I am extremely happy that so many of you are enjoying the new learning activities! The work that is being produced is amazing.
Today I explored 'The World in Bloom' by walking my dogs in a fairy forest. It was magical!
Dear Class 1.
Above I have uploaded our new project 'Our World In Bloom' to begin completing over the next few weeks.
This pack is filled with fun activities linked to protecting and looking after our world. It gives you a chance to be scientists, mathematicians, artists and more! Enjoy!!
Please remember to also send any work you complete to email@example.com
I hope you enjoyed this weeks story time. Myself, Miss. Reeves and Mrs. Hinton all miss you so much.
It is not the same without you sitting in front of us for our stories, but knowing that you are 'loving them' fills us with joy!
This weeks story time challenge is to think of a time where you should have, or did own up to something like Hippo. You can draw a picture, write about it, or discuss it with your parent.
Remember to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is outstanding work. You should be so proud of yourself.
It's Friday so that can only mean one thing! A new story will be coming your way!
But first here is an amazing picture sent in by SE of her favourite part of our last story. Can anyone guess which bit this is? (It made me chuckle).
Today I had some phenomenal work sent in by a princess! ^^^
It is all amazing. Keep it up
Well done boys! This work is so beautiful.
Hopefully these photos reach people far and wide, they certainly deserve to with all the hard work you have put in. I am sure that the NHS would be extremely thankful and appreciative.
Keep up the amazing work
Here is a fabulous home learning pack to inspire you this week!
This includes some great Maths and Literacy activities linked to our current class learning. I hope you enjoy using it.
Remember to send in your work to me at : email@example.com
So today marks 4 weeks since I have seen you all and I miss you more than ever!
Please remember through this how fabulous you are, and make sure that you and your families stay safe.
Hopefully it wont be too much longer, but until then keep sending in your work from home. I love seeing it all. I am so so proud
Happy Friday Everyone!
Today’s story is ‘The Dinosaur that Pooped the Bed’. I found this story funny and I really hope you enjoy it too! Again this week I have set an extra challenge task of drawing your favourite part of the story.
EXTRA EXTRA CHALLENGE: Can you think of an extra character for this story? Who could they be? What could they do?
Remember that this week you were set an extra task on my story time! This week I would like you to draw your favourite part of the story 'Good Night Gorilla'.
I have already received a fantastic Gorilla drawing from Harry! I cannot wait to see the rest.
Also... What story would you like me to read this Friday??
Stay safe and stay home
It may be the Easter Holidays but do not hesitate to continue sending in your fabulous home learning! I will be checking every day
I would just like to say how proud I am of you all, you continue to amaze me even from home with your fantastic work!
Please keep sending in all of your lovely photos as they are making me smile daily. Also, make sure you tell your adults at home what a fab job they are doing!!
I miss you all so much.
More amazing home learning sent in today!
I am so proud I could burst.
Well done HB! I am glad you are enjoying your home learning, it shows in your fantastic effort!
Keep up the good work Class 1
Remember to send in your work to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can all stay connected!
Please use the link below to explore White Rose Maths home learning activities. These are formulated in line with the childrens current knowledge and follow the schools maths scheme.
Good morning Year 1 and welcome to week 2!
A little poem for you to remember our school days (Ive changed the name from an original)
In Miss Couchmans class
You could travel up the Blue Nile
with your finger, tracing the route
while Miss Couchman chanted the scenery.
”Tana. Ethiopia. Khartoum. Aswan.”
That for an hour,
then a skittle of milk
and the chalky Pyramids rubbed into dust.
A window opened with a long pole.
The laugh of a bell swung by a running child.
This was better than home. Enthralling books.
The classroom glowed like a sweetshop.
Sugar paper. Coloured shapes.
Miss Couchman adored you. Some mornings, you found
she'd left a gold star by your name.
The scent of a pencil slowly, carefully, shaved.
Enjoy this week. Spend time with family. Make memories. Smile and play!
Maybe even write your own poem and send it as brilliance. I can then share it for all to see!!
Keep up the fantastic work at home ! Just because I don't see you every day does not stop me being your teacher. I am so proud of every single one of you!
Please send any work to email@example.com
As this an uncertain time I have attached a support pack, filled with home learning ideas for you and your child to explore. These activities are linked to our current topic of ‘exploring our world’ through fairytales. It therefore would be amazing if your child’s learning and brilliance could be recorded, to share upon their return to school in the near future.
Thank you you so much for your cooperation. I will ensure to be in contact and update you accordingly. If you are unsure about anything or require additional resources please do not hesitate to contact me for support.
Miss. Couchman 😊
Here is an example of how our travel agent role play area is used. Today the children pretended to book holidays for one another. They gathered information from their peers to ensure that they booked them their perfect holiday!
Today we learnt how to control our feelings through ‘Power Thoughts Day’. We were shown lots of useful tips and tools to help us when we feel big feelings in our bodies.
Reminder to all
Please ensure that your child is coming to school with all of the required items please:
Also can you ensure that your childs name is clearly written in their belongings to avoid children misplacing their items.
Thank you in advance,
Today we were visited by the reading bus. We had a lot of fun choosing books to read, which we shared with friends. We were then given the opportunity to invite our parents to come in, look at and purchase books to take home.
This term, with the help of Paddington, we will be learning all about London with many
fantastic activities planned. We look forward to working in partnership with you to provide the children with an exciting terms learning.