Welcome to Class R

Teacher - Mrs Voisey

Teaching Partners - Ms Sands, Mrs Smith, Mrs Sharp and Mrs Bateup

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Weekly newsletter 15th February 2019

We have been busy creating stories this week using story maps to enable our oral story telling in groups. Each group then performed their story to the class with much enthusiasm. Oral story telling is a great skill which leads onto confident writing so we have been very impressed with the variety!

In maths we have been considering what makes a ‘fair share’ and through using cubes/ links and counters have been finding some of the doubles that we identified last week.

We are now joining the rest of the school for Worship and Praise on a Thursday morning which the class love. This week Mrs Bateup asked the Reception class only to sing with her to the whole school- which they promptly did with much gusto. We were very proud of our class.

 We have sent home PE kits for a check that everything still fits. The ball skills programme has been a great success. We have learned to keep and control our balls whilst travelling safely. We have investigated low, medium and high bounces and have been working on continuous bounces, which has been quite tricky for some.

Our Super hero dress up day has been eagerly awaited. We have made healthy superhero muffins, super slime and created lots of role play. Thank you to everyone for supporting us all with our learning this term. We’re looking forward to the home learning exhibition first day back!

Wishing you all a lovely, peaceful half term.

From Mrs Voisey, Ms Sands and Mrs Smith


The parable of the mustard seed and the un leaven bread.


We love our new carpet!



Snowy day



Can we get the balls or water from the top down the hill without losing any?

First design your ball run...


Then test it with friends... 


Then try it again with water, and tweek design...


Then try it with muddy coloured water!!


Stop the germs!

We also have been thinking about what makes us healthy. Last Friday we enjoyed a visit from a pharmacist who helped us think about the importance of hand washing to prevent germs spreading.


Drill Sargeant Circuits

We experienced fitness circuits led by Drill Sergeant Kidd. On top of this we have begun our ‘daily run’ as all Superhero’s need to be fit. We are working up to 500m a day, at this point.






 Christingle creating.





 Diwali day 



STEM day; Bridge Building.



 Grandparents Tea Party



Visiting St Lawrence Church at Harvest time








 Our Listening walk

What will we hear? Who will we meet?


Hello Year 2 !

Our brothers and sisters..

We found out some more about our school.


We loved our walkabout!





Our Memories from last year...


British Heart Foundation 'skip for 60'





Our Royal Wedding tea party.




Our amazing class trip to Drusilla's. 



 We had snow !!




Meeting Mr Singh. 




The Astrodome visit.