Welcome to Buzzard Class
This page intends to give you an overview of the routines in Year 1, together with useful information. We will also post photographs and examples of work throughout the year. We hope that you will find it useful and you will enjoy seeing what the children are doing in Buzzard Class!
Class Teacher: Miss Crowe
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Hall
18th March 2020
Dinosaur egg quest- find out more on our topic page!
World book week- this week the children in Buzzard, Kestrel and Merlin have all enjoyed a day in Buzzard class focussing on the book ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’. They explored this through many different activities and loved spending time in a each key stage class over the three days.
The children love having their weekly yoga class with Mrs Helier and Mrs Hall. This week their yoga session was based on the book ‘Goldilocks and the three bears’.
Road safety day
The children learnt about road safety on Tuesday. We made posters following the visit to remind each other to STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and THINK before they cross the road. They also looked at blind spots around the lorry and how important it is to not cross within this.
We were very lucky to have some visiting reptiles to the school today. As part of our rainforest topic the children have been learning about animals that live in this part of the world. What a fantastic way to learn more and be provided responses to some of the questions the children wrote before our visit. We learnt lots of interesting facts about a Boa snake who weighed 3.5 stone and the Pac-Man frog, the only frog that has teeth. We would like to say a massive thank you to our visitors who came in and gave their time to share with the children.
Buzzard and Kestrel class were excited to invite their families to their very own art gallery on Friday. They worked hard in the first half term in our creative arts topic creating fantastic pieces of art inspired by artists such as Kandinsky and Mondrian. The children were delighted by the turnout and were extremely proud of the pieces they had produced. They loved experiencing how it really feels to be an artists with their own exhibition. Well done KS1 and thank you to the PTA for supporting us and raising money for the school!