Week 1 activities - We have had a lovely first week back in school, we have been to the park, visited the school garden as well as completing some fun learning activities in class.
Orange Class Curriculum map - Summer 2
Week 5 activities
Week 4 - Maths activities
Week 3 - RSE - Looking at body parts
Week 3 - Maths activities
In RSE, we have had a great time looking at the human life cycle and exploring with the ipad what we would look like as an adult, child and the opposite gender.
27/04/21 - As part of our plants topic, we enjoyed planting some seeds in class.
We have had great fun this week in our English lessons. We acted out our story 'A Squash and a Squeeze' and the children were great!
We have enjoyed exploring our topic of plants this week. We collected a sample while on our forest walk and then tasted some editable plants back in class.
20/4/21 - Two of our girls working on their maths and fine motor skills at the same time.
20/04/21 - Exploring clothes for boys, girls and both.
Orange Class Curriculum Map - Summer 1
26/3/21 - Easter Egg Hunt
26/3/21 - Egg Jarping!
19/03/21 - Comic relief scavenger hunt
19/03/21 - Making Red Nose Day biscuits in Orange Class
19/03/21 - Orange class working really hard in Maths this week
Hello Orange Class Parents,
It has been lovely to have all the children back in school this week. We have had a great time getting back into the school routine and they are all settling back in really well. We have made a start on our Art Attack topic and the children have been extremely creative this week. We have been enjoying having an afternoon walk through the woods and today they got to enjoy using our zip wire.
Maths work this week - (12/03/21)
Easter cookery activity - making yummy biscuits (12/03/21)
Mothers Day Activities - 12/03/21
Home Alone Scene 6
Home Alone Scene 5
Home Alone Scene 4
Home Alone Scene 3
Home alone Scene 2
Home Alone Scene 1
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Number fun in Orange Class
Our very own Little Red Riding Hood
Building Grandma's house (In our Little Red Riding Hood Story)
We made some lovely tree's for our Little Red Riding Hood display board
Remembrance Day Activities
Children in Need Day Activities
Autumn 2 Curriculum map
Spooktacular Day in Orange Class - On Thursday 22nd October 2020.
Children can come to school in fancy dress or their favourite outfit.
Lots of fun to be had by all!!
#HelloYellow Day Activities
Look at some of some of the lovely work created by the children of Orange Class!
Orange Class had an awesome time doing our Maths lesson in the ICT suite.
Please find below our curriculum map for this term.
Hello and welcome to Orange Class Page
Firstly, I am really excited about being back at school after a very difficult and challenging time during lockdown. The children in Orange class have enjoyed being back at school and are adapting well to their new surroundings, teachers and new covid procedures that have been put into place to keep everyone safe.
This year we are based in Orange Class and there will be 7 boys and 2 girls. My name is Lisa and I will be your child’s class teacher. I have an excellent team of TA’s working with me with lots of enthusiasm and experience (TA3-Alice, TA1-Pauline and TA1-Justine). Emily will be covering me on a Wednesday morning when I am out of class.
At this moment in time we will not be sending the home school books home. I will be making contact via the class email address (email@example.com) or telephone until further notice.
Things we need from home
Can you send in the following items for your child please?
-PE kit (we will be having PE on a Monday and I will send their kits home every half term to be washed).
-Wellies (as the cooler weather approaches, it is handy to have a pair in school).
-Unfortunately, children are not allowed to bring in toys from home at this moment in time as this could increase the risk of Covid-19 spreading.
Our first topic will be ‘All About Me’. We will be focusing on Likes/dislikes, senses, friends, family, ourselves and identifying different body parts and their uses.
We will be doing 3 maths based lessons a week (although there are many other opportunities throughout the school day to put these into practice). Two will be classroom based and the third we will be making use of our ICT suite to learn mathematical concepts through technology based learning.
Our class book this term is ‘I will not ever never eat a tomato’ by Lauren Child. The children seem to like it so far and it’s all about a girl who is a very fussy eater and refuses to eat a variety of healthy food. However, her older brother has come up with a clever plan to help her get over her fussiness.
The children will have further opportunities to develop their fine motor and handwriting skills through weekly activities such as Dough Disco, Write Dance and handwriting activities.
We are looking forward to seeing your children grow, make friends and build communication and Independence skills this year. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at school or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try and get back to you as soon as I can.
Orange Class Teacher