Robins (Y1/2)

Miss Smith/Mrs Preece

Welcome to Robins

Hi and welcome to Robins. Our teacher is Miss. Smith

Resources:

Must Reads KS1 master copy

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/BuriedTreasure2.html

https://ttrockstars.com/

Important information:

P.E.

Is every Tuesday. Please make sure your child has a full P.E. kit; a white t-shirt, black shorts trainers/plimsolls with their name on.

Home Reading Books

Your child’s book will be changed every Thursday.

Reading books are changed by the child with guidance from teaching staff. Each child is expected to read regularly at home (at least 3 times per week).

Maths and English Homework

This will be given out every Thursday to be returned to be returned on Monday. It will alternate – one-week Maths the following week English.

RWInc. Phonics

This will be given out on a Thursday to be returned the following Thursday.

Spelling Test

Your child will receive new spellings on a Friday to be tested the following Friday.

 

In Robins we encourage the children to be as independent as possible. It is their responsibility to ensure they take their books and homework out of their bags and place them into the correct baskets. If your child does not complete or return their homework they will miss their Golden Time reward on a Friday afternoon.

 

Resources

 

Robins

Book Buddies Begin

KS1 book buddy lunchtime library sessions started this week. Year 6 pupils run the lunchtime library sessions for each of the KS1 classes (Monday - Nightingales, Tuesday - Robins, Wednesday - Owls). The children can come along choose a book, sit and read quietly with...

Year 2 Speed Calc

Year 2 have settled in very quickly and are hard at work focused on 'Speed Calc'.

World Cup Summer Festival

Robins thoroughly enjoyed spending the afternoon outside for our World Cup Summer Festival. We danced, had our faces painted, bought football related items and enjoyed some refreshments. What a brilliant afternoon! Robins have got everything crossed for England's semi...

World Cup Fever at the Nook!

Windy Nook have been having a fantastic day of face painting, photographing and dancing with a bit of retail therapy! Good preparation for an England win tonight! Article 31: You have the right to play and rest. Article 29: Your education should help you use and...

Crafts are coming home!

Year 2 have been busy this morning creating World Cup crafts to help them cheer on England tonight! Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs. Your parents should help you decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for...

Key Stage 1 Sports Day

The sun came out for our sports day this afternoon and what a great day it was! Well done to everyone who took part as you displayed some fantastic sporting talents and worked well as team. A big thank you to all of our families too for encouraging not only your own...

Performing Poetry in Year 2

In English today the children have been writing their own poems based on Roger McGough's poem 'The Sound Collector'. They used interesting adjectives to show the noises they hear in their homes in the morning. then they performed their poem to other children in the...

Multiplication Rap

Today Year 2 became professional rappers when they performed times tables in front of each other. Article 29: Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and...

The Global Goals at Windy Nook Primary School

Last month in June there was a focused week on sustainability called Climate Week. During this week the pupils in each class focused on a different goal from the Global Goals. The Global Goals were created by world leaders to aim for a better and fairer world by...

KS1 School Games Day

A great morning was had by Key Stage, during our School Games Day. The children paraded around the yard waving banners and flags based on chosen World Cup countries. Nursery and Reception opened our Games with a dance and then we all joined in. After that we were put...

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