This week Class 1 have had a special focus on their health and well-being.
We’ve been thinking about how we can improve our skills when using a range of P.E equipment and chosen a particular skill to practise daily. I’ve been so impressed by everyone’s positive attitude, perseverance and ability to assess next steps. We’ve definitely noticed progress from the start of the week to the end!
In literacy we’ve been honing our fine motor skills, rehearsing our joined writing, revising letter sounds and learning new ones, playing spelling and reading games as well as exploring ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’. This story will be our inspiration for Big Writing next week.
In numeracy we’ve practised our numeral recognition, our reading and spelling of number names, our representation of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers with materials and have investigated different digit combinations with hundreds and thousands.
This afternoon we ended our week by learning an old playground ball game called ‘Plainie Clappie’ and by celebrating Duncan’s achievement of a level in his swimming. Well done Duncan! ⭐️
A reminder that PE kits should be in school for Mondays and Fridays, and that long hair should be tied back for these sessions.
We hope everyone has a lovely weekend and look forward to seeing lots of friendly faces at the Vintage Rally tomorrow. 😊