Welcome to Class 1/2!
We love to learn and have fun!
Our teacher is Mrs Hall.
We have lots of help from Mrs Gaunt and Mrs Foster too.
We hope you enjoy looking at our class pages.
Carry on reading below to see what our class has been up to.
We had a lovely surprise this afternoon when Mrs Hooley, our new Chair of Governors, came to read to us in Infant Library. We really enjoyed reading 'The Wonky Donkey' with her and Mrs Hooley told us we were the best audience she had ever read to! We were really pleased to spend some time with her and we are looking forward to seeing her again soon.
Thank you Mrs Hooley!
We have had a really interesting afternoon talking about staying safe when we use tablets, phones or computers. We watched a powerpoint all about Buddy the dog and how he helped his family to remember how to stay safe online. Buddy even came up with a song to help us all to remember what to do. Sing Buddy's song at home to show your grown ups!
What a lovely afternoon we have had with our three surprise readers for Infant Library. We all sat beautifully while Alaina, Elsie and Uma shared two of their favourite books with us. We loved hearing them read so well. Thank you!
Two of our friends from Year 3 came to read to us today. It's not that long ago since they were sitting in the audience listening to other surprise readers at Infant Library. Now they are the stars! Thank you Charlotte and Ava, you were brilliant.
This week in Infant Library two of our Year 4 friends came to read to us. They were absolutely fantastic and we all hope we read as well as they do when we are in Year 4. Thank you Frankie and Olivia!
We have had a lovely afternoon at Infant Library with Jenny's Mum
reading two stories as our surprise reader.
Thank you to Jenny's Mum!
A big thank you to Soliana's Mum who came to read
to us during Infant Library today!
Happy New Year!
Meet Apollo, our new class friend.
Last year, for a class Christmas present, we sponsored a lovely young elephant called Ambo who is now thriving in the wilds of Kenya. This year, we have sponsored a beautiful black rhino called Apollo. He is a very young and incredibly rare creature who is being looked after by the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The wonderful work they do helps to keep animals like Apollo alive and now we are part of his journey too. As a class, we will follow Apollo’s progress and hear all about his adventures as he grows up. If you would like to find out more about Apollo and how he was rescued, visit https://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/orphans/apollo