Welcome to Class 3's webpage!
We are Year 1!
Our teacher is Miss Atamaniuk and our wonderful teaching assistant is Mrs Greaves.
Above you will find links to weekly homework, termly overviews and key information about life in year 1. Our page will give you a weekly insight to all the fun things that we have been getting up to in school. Enjoy!
12th January 2018
Welcome back and a happy new year! I hope that you all had a lovely Christmas.
The children have come back full of beans and ready to learn. :) Our new topic this half term is explorers. We are starting by learning about space explorers. After reading the book 'The Sea of Tranquility', children have done pieces of writing describing the planets and the astronaut in the story. They really enjoyed coming up with words to describe him in partners.
In maths, children have been learning to make number bonds to 20 and to add to 20 by making 10 then finding what's left. They have this for their homework to get some more practise.
The children started a unit of work in ICT this week. They really enjoyed using the laptops. They learnt how to log on, use the mouse and keyboard and use given internet links to learn about space.
A fantastic first week back class 3. Enjoy your weekend. :)
15th December 2017
Well what can we say, we could not be prouder of the children. They have done an amazing job this week with the nativity. Thank you to everyone who came to see it, as well as those who supported with costumes, learning lines and songs and bringing your children back to perform.
One week to go! :)
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Greasley Beauvale!
Santa's sleigh is having a rest in the corridor. Ready for it's long journey! It really is the most magical time of the year! We've heard that little elves live inside.
In English this week, the children have been learning to use exclamation marks in their writing. They had a great time acting out different sentences with exclamation! They also did some super writing.. showing what Traction Man and the Spoons said on Traction Man''s latest adventure.
In maths, the children have been finding double and half of numbers up to 20. They were really confident at both by the end of the week.
Have a relaxing weekend.
This weeks spellings:
17th October 2017
The children have been having fun learning about Traction Man's next adventure this week! Deep in the water of the kitchen sink! The children did a wonderful job labeling things in the kitchen and then thinking fo adjectives to describe them.
In maths, the children have been learning about 2D shapes. They loved using the I Pads to take photos of 2D shapes they could see in school.
We have had an amazing day for Children In Need today, The children looked fantastic! Well done to Tommy and Riley on a great performance on our Greasley Beauvale catwalk! Thank you for all of your kind donations!
10th October 2017
The children have been busy bees this week!
In English we have been learning about when we need to learn full stops. We have been using them for names of people, places and days of the week, as well as the pronoun I. Not only this, but children loved using props to act out Traction Man's first adventure.
In maths, children have been working hard on their subtraction skills. We are becoming so much more confident!
The children had an absolute blast at the school disco! It was great to see them all glowing in the lights!
Have a lovely weekend!
3rd October 2017
A fantastic first week back! We arrived back to a letter from Traction Man. The children enjoyed finding out about some of his special super hero equipment! We thought of questions we could ask him and then used them to write him a letter! Though, they might take a while to reach him as he is currently on a deep sea mission!
In maths, the children have been finding number bonds to 10 and using equipment to subtract. We are also becoming pros at our 10 x tables.
The children have WOW-ed us with some of the amazing work they have been doing over the holidays. We set them a challenge to create their own super hero. Here are just a few!
Great work Class 3!
13th October 2017
The children have been introduced to a new superhero this week... Captain Brain Power! As well as his side kick, Mojo. Mojo has managed to get himself into a spot of bother with The Mighty Mean Machine. What will Captain Brain Power do?! We will find out next week :)
The children have done some super writing all about The Mighty Mean Machine this week. They used words with the suffix -ing to describe what he was doing- crushing, crashing, zooming!
In maths, the children have been working on addition. They have been working hard splitting up numbers to see what they are made from.
Another excellent week Class 3, enjoy your weekend :)
Friday 6th October 2017
Another busy week in Year 1! Firstly, a big thank you for your support with the Macmillan coffee afternoon. It was a huge success. We raised over £1600 for this worthy cause. Fantastic!
This has been out last week learning about The Three Super Pigs. The children have spent the week learning about different past tense verbs, they had a go at using these in their own stories today, Great job guys! We have really enjoyed this story, one of our highlights being acting out the story.
In maths, the children have been suing ordinal numbers, We have been running races and awarding places. We also played games where we had to use ordinal numbers.
Have a lovely, restful weekend.
This weeks spellings:
Friday 29th September 2017
This week our English work has been based around the story 'The Three Super Pigs.' They have absolutely LOVED it. We have focussed on the wolf's cunning plan this week. The children did
some wonderful freeze frames showing what he planned to do. The children then wrote about it today. Their writing has blown me away! Amazing!
In maths, the children have been learning how to compare objects and numbers using the signs < > and =. They have mastered it! They have it for their homework this week.
A big thank you for all of your generosity and support for our McMillian event today, We have been over whelmed by cake, donations and offers of help. The children very much enjoyed going down this afternoon and taking part.
Have a wonderful weekend. :)
Friday 15th September 2017
The children have been working very hard this week!
In maths, we have been doing lots of counting activities. Children have been counting forwards, backwards and from different starting points. We enjoyed using the cubes to represent numbers.
The children have loved our story this week, Superkid.
The children have created themselves as superheros, writing about what makes them super! They gave themselves super hero names, like Amazing Amber and Great Gabriel. :)
Have a SUPER weekend.
Friday 8th September 2017
What a busy first week back! We have been so impressed with how the children have settled in! They have taken all the changes in their stride. However, we are still working towards making our classroom feel 'like home.' We have had time to explore; finding out about different areas of the classroom, we have been given our own home places to sit in and we have taken on extra responsibilities. Lots of us have helped with the daily jobs in the classroom.
This week the whole school have been learning about a special book called, 'The Colours of Home.' We have done lots of artwork based on the book. Firstly, we did some art showing what Hassan's home looked like. Then we did pictures of our own homes using wax crayons. Look out for our work taking pride of place in the corridor.
What a great first week back. Class 3, I am proud of you all!
Our daily timetable:
Morning- Phonics, English and Maths
Afternoon- Handwriting, Group read and a variety of subjects using our 'Rainbow Curriculum of Greasley'.
In Year 1, the children have a weekly spelling test consisting of 6 words. A spelling list will be stuck in their homework book on a Friday and then they will be tested on the following Friday. This list will be made up of words following spelling patterns that are included in the year 1 curriculum. It will also include words from our year 1 word list. (See below) Children will get the opportunity to practise these at school in guided spelling but, as always, practise at home is always beneficial.
We will also send homework on a Friday and it would be great if you could bring this back by the following Thursday.
Reading books will be changed weekly, this will allow your child to read their book more than once which will develop their fluency and comprehension skills.
Half termly, we will test your child on the 40 statutory National Curriculum words for Year 1 which are:
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Of course, if there are any concerns, questions or comments please feel free to come and have a chat with myself or Mrs Greaves.
Thank you for all of your support!
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