Welcome to Beaufort Class
Our teachers are Miss Hall (Beaufort Class) and Ms O’Callaghan (Fireflies). Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Fletcher (Beaufort) and Mrs North (Fireflies).
We are so lucky to have a large spacious classroom and we are developing our very own outdoor area too. Lots of our learning still takes place outdoors as we change from learning from the EYFS to the National Curriculum.
Our learning is topic based, and you can view our curriculum map for an overview of our learning for the year. We think our topics are really exciting and give us lots of opportunities to develop all our skills.
Dates for your diary
Wednesday 24th May - Y1 trip to Snipe Dales Country Park
Monday 12th - Friday 16th June Y1 Phonics Screening Check.
Please make sure your child is in school daily.
Star of the Week: Charlie - for his outstanding writing and multiplication
Citizen of the Week: Mitch - for helping others with their learning
Reading and writing poetry, traditional tales and fantasy stories. Continuing Read, Write, Inc. phonics and reading. We also hope to have a trip to a local woodland to inspire our writing.
Reinforcing counting, ordering and comparing number to 100. Developing and securing strategies for addition and subtraction; doubles, halves, weight and capacity; and time.
Looking at trees and plants. Identifying parts of plants, how they grow and names of common plants.
Looking at Churches: What is in a church? Who goes there? why are they special?
Developing dance skills with sports coach, Mr Mellor on Tuesdays.
Please make sure your child has a PE kit (shorts, t shirt, plimsolls) in school and that earrings are removed or covered.
Topic: The Enchanted Woodland
Exploring woodland features, animals, the type of environment. how to identify woodland on a map. Finding and labelling our local woodlands on a map.
Big Write - writing fantasy stories linked to ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’ and ‘The Enchanted Woodland’ by Enid Blyton
Graphs and data handling: Learning how to create simple tables, fill in information and make a simple graph.
Personal, social & emotional development
Relationships: making good friendships, looking at who is important to us and the different relationships we have.
Art: Painting. Learning lots of techniques to improve our painting skills as well as the range of paints we can use to give more depth, texture and tone to our artwork.
DT: Designing and making a fruit salad
How you can help at home
Children MUST complete homework on a weekly basis, using the homework framework - choose one piece weekly and submit by Friday. Support with daily reading and helping your child to learn their spellings which will be tested each Friday.
Remember, while your child has a set reading book change day we are happy to change books as often as required, put it in the box in the morning!