Welcome to 1CW!
Welcome to our class page, this is where you will find information about all the fantastic learning that is taking place in 1CW.
Our Latest topic for the new Spring term is all about The Great Fire of London.
We will be going back to 1666 and learning all about how the fire started, what happened to the city of London and learn about important people from that time.
The children will learn to write instructions as well as produce a simple newspaper report about the events that occurred during the Great Fire.
As the fire started in a bakers shop on Pudding Lane, we will also be making and tasting bread!
Keep a look out on our page for updates about our learning.
Outdoor PE - Wednesdays- As the colder weather is here please ensure the children have a warm tracksuit (jogging bottoms and a jumper), a T-shirt and trainers.
Indoor PE - Fridays- Children will need shorts, a change of T- shirt and pumps.
Keep up the hard work at home, The children love visiting the Homework Hut to claim their reward!
Please remember to read with your child as often as you can and also note down any clubs, activities or extra learning they do at home.
Each note in the book counts towards their total score and makes them eligible for the Homework Hut at the end of the half term.
15 times - Bronze
20 times- Silver
25 times - Gold.
In PSHE we looked at the story, 'Kindness is cooler, Mrs Ruler' and have created a kindness wall in the classroom.
The children have been asked to think of ways that they are kind and share it with the class. Their kind deed is then added to the wall. If you notice any kindness at home you think is worthy of our wall please write it in the homework diary so we can add it.
Update: We managed to get to 30 kindness acts on our wall and the children have set themselves a new target of getting to 50!
Some of the kindness acts we recorded were; telling someone they had nice hair, sharing pencils with someone, helping somebody to do up their coat, holding the door open for a teacher and much, much more. We are very proud of the children. Well done!