Welcome to Class One's Page

Mrs Tanser and Mrs Eyton-Jones

Children's Pages


Welcome to Class One!

Class 1 includes children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. In Class 1 there are two Teachers; Mrs Tanser and Mrs Eyton-Jones.

Although Reception is included in Class 1 they are taught separately a vast majority of the time. Reception and Years 1 & 2 have their individual well resourced classrooms that provide rich learning environments. Reception also have a large outdoor area.

The outdoor area includes a mud kitchen, large sandpit, investigation area with bark and mini-beasts, gardening space, a tool bench with tools and water play. We always provide ample opportunity outside for children to develop their literacy, physical and mathematical skills. 



Welly Throwing! - posted 20th Oct

As part of their Autumn topic the children have been using their wellies to learn.  They had a welly throwing competition to improve their motor skills and coordination, and practiced their letter formation by writing their name in chalk on the playground.

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Lets Go fly a Kite! - posted 8th Oct

As part of their topic relating to the weather,  the children in Reception made kites. They have tested them and, as soon as it is windy enough, they will have their maiden flight. All the children had a fantastic time and they learnt about the wind and how to make their kits fly.

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Reception On The Farm - posted 11th Mar

In preparation for their trip to Mini Meadows Reception have been learning all about life on the farm. Today they milked the cows and sold the milk in the Farm Shop they have set up. As well as selling milk the shop sells flowers and vegetables.

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Freeing the Dinosaurs - posted 27th Feb

Today the children in Reception had a mission, to free the dinosaurs! The dinosaurs were frozen in ice and the children were asked to predict how they thought they could be released from the ice. They came up with some great suggestions which they tried. These included 'bashing' them, pouring warm water on them, adding salt to the ice and submerging the ice trapped dinosaurs in warm water. A combination of all these suggestion ensured that the dinosaurs could be set free. 

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