Meet the Clownfish Team
Mrs E Brown
Teaching Assistants working with us during the week are:
Mrs C Honniset (PPA cover), Mr G Barrey, Miss C Lawes, Miss L Manwaring, Miss J Everett
What does provision look like for those with additional needs in Clownfish class?
Outlined in the document below are the waves of provision we use to support children with additional needs. Support is tailored to each individual and provided as needed, with or without a diagnosis. Please talk to your child's class teacher if you have any concerns about your child, their needs or the provision in class. You can find further information on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities page on our website. This is where you will find our vision for SEND pupils, and our SEND information report which outlines what we as a school can offer.
Year 1 homework will be set each Friday on Google Classroom and will be due in the following Thursday.
Tasks will include:
a Monster Phonics sound to practise
Spellings: 4x common exception or topic words
a Maths task: a practical activity or Mangahigh
Reading book: leveled book band, free choice book and a Monster phonics book.
Children will change into their PE kits in school.
Clownfish PE day is: Wednesday
We will be doing PE outside most of the time so please make sure your child has the appropriate clothing and footwear in their PE bags.
They will need:
a yellow t-shirt
black shorts, black jogging bottoms or black leggings
a black jumper (no hoodies)
Each term our class will enjoy outdoor activities in the school Woodland area.
Your child must wear their woodland clothing to school on our woodland day.
Our next woodland day is :
Please dress your child according to the weather on the day.
However, they will always need:
wellies, walking boots or old trainers
long sleeve top and long trousers to protect them from brambles, nettles and insects.
Each term our learning will be themed around a key question.
Our Termly Knowledge organiser and Skills overview will be uploaded here to give you a look into what we'll be exploring.
2023 Term 6: How does passion fuel design?
Listen. How Evelyn Glennie, a deaf girl, changed percussion.
By Shannon Stocker
2023 Term 5: What do plants do for us?
The girl who planted trees
By Carol Hart
The Tiny Seed
By Eric Carle
2023 Term 4: How do I know who to trust?
Vlad and the Florence Nightingale adventure
By Kate Cunningham
Little people, Big dreams: Rosa Parks
By Lisbeth Kaiser
2023 Term 3: Is sacrifice needed for common good?
The penguin who wanted to find out
By Jill Tomlinson
The Rainforest book
By Charlotte Milner
2022 Term 2: What are the ingredients for change?
The Proudest Blue
By Ibtihaj Muhammad
How to wash a woolly mammoth
By Michelle Robinson and Kate Robinson
2022 Term 1: Whose world is it anyway?
By Alexis Deacon
Poems chosen by Pie Corbett
2022 Term 6: Is power the answer?
Our Queen Elizabeth
By Kate Williams
The Paper Bag Princess
By Robert Munsch
2022 Term 5: What goes around, comes around?
The Three Little Pigs
I am the seed that grew the tree
Poetry Collection by RHS
2022 Term 4: How can impact be measured?
By Kyo Mclear
The Silver Spoon for Children
By Amamnda Grant, Harriet Russell and Angela Moore
2022 Term 3: Does where we are, determine who we are?
The Secret of Black Rock
By Joe Todd-Stanton
Coming to England
By Floella Benjamin
2021 Term 2: To improve is to change?
The day the crayons quit
By Oliver Jeffers
Great women who changed the world
By Kate Pankhurst
What is a computer?
At home support
Here are some useful websites for you to use to support your child's learning at home in addition to Home Learning.