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Cornwood C of E Primary School

Class 1

Welcome to Class 1!

 

 

Our Class Structure:

 

We are currently a mixed KS1 class lead by Miss Aldridge. We have three TAs that help us with our learning: Mrs Williams, Mrs Atkins and Mrs Thomas. 

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Our new outdoor area:

 

Our fantastic PTA raised over £21,000 to revamp our outdoor learning area! The children love the new space! Thank you to everyone that contributed in anyway. smiley

Class Letter- Autumn 19

Forest school:

 

Wow! Our first two forest school sessions have certainly been exciting. We have created dens, made potions, climbed trees, played a game of animal alliteration and grouped different animals that we found. 

 

 

Our Amazing Garden Area:

Class 1 have been exploring the garden and pond areas. We have looked at all of the different fruit and vegetables that we have planted, admired the bug hotel bench, read all of the facts in the information shelter and observed the Wormery. We have picked apples and rhubarb and prepared crumple to take home to our families. It was very yummy! smiley

Our First School Trip:

 

Class 1 went on their first school trip to the Rare Breeds Centre. We started the trip at Buckfastleigh where we caught the steam train to the Rare Breed Centre. The children had a fantastic time looking, feeding and holding lots of different animals. Have a look at what we got up to .......

Autumn 2019:

 

In English we started with a fiction text 'The Train Ride' by June Crebbin where the children have acted out the story with memorable actions and used a props to deepen their recall of the story. They have drawn a story map, planned and written their own patterned text about a journey. 

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In Maths we have been learning about place value. We have been counting in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s, looking at how to write numbers, finding out how many ones and tens a number is made up of and exploring different representation of a number. The children have been really engaged and learnt lots over the past few weeks. 
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