Welcome to Aston Class 2019-20
Miss Davies is our Class Teacher
Mrs Tibbitts is our Teaching Assistant
In Love we learn
Faith we grow
The Virtues and Values for this half term are Compassionate and Loving.
Compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate; and Loving by their just actions and forgiving words.
In R.E this term, we are learning about ‘Christmas’. This unit will develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of Christmas as a celebration of the birth of Jesus and the importance of this through the events that happened before and after, and the impact it had on the people involved.
We will also be learning about 'Jesus: Teacher & Healer'. This unit will develop the children's knowledge and understanding of the person of Jesus and his ministry as a teacher and healer.
We will be looking at the countries in Europe and also the transport we can take to get to Europe and also around Europe.
Key dates for Aston class:
Monday 27th January - School Closed INSET day.
Thursday 6th February - Year 1 Phonics Parents Workshop - Phonics Screening
Monday 10th February - Friday 14th February - Power week.
Friday 14th February @ 2:15-3:15pm - Curriculum Open Hour.
Monday 17th February- Friday 21st February - Half Term.
Monday 24th February- Back to School
In R.E this term, we are learning about ‘Creation’. This unit will develop the children’s appreciation of themselves and the world around them as part of God’s Creation. The children will be sequencing the story of Creation and reflecting on the need to thank and praise God for his many gifts.
We are also learning about 'Families & Celebrations'. In this unit we will be developing the children's knowledge and understanding of what it means to belong to, and celebrate as, a family. The unit will focus on the Mass, the stories of the Presentation and Finding of Jesus in the Temple and the Wedding Feast at Cana as important celebrations in the life of the Church and Jesus.
Our Virtues and Values:
The Virtues and Values for this half term are Grateful and Generous.
Grateful for their own gifts, for the gift of other people, and for the blessings of each day; and generous with their gifts, now and in the future.
Our current topic is 'Toys'. In topic we are looking at current toys and also toys from the past. We will be sorting toys into different groups, talking about our favourite toys and comparing past and present toys. We will also be making some of our own toys!
Your child’s reading book will be sent home daily and please return it every day in order for us to hear your child read in school. Reading books will be changed once your child has read their book and we feel that they are ready for a new one. Home reading makes a huge difference to your child's reading and supports their understanding and learning. By listening to your child read one or two pages a day, will support their ability to read and develop significantly. Please remember to sign their reading diary each time you hear them read as this will help us to identify when they are ready for a new book.
The children's homework will be stuck in their homework book and handed out every Friday. Their homework will then be collected back in on the following Wednesday (or earlier if it is done). Please ensure you sign each section to say your child has completed the talk about, read about and write about sections.
Can you please ensure that every item of your child’s school uniform including book bag, PE bag, tie, coat and water bottle are clearly labelled as this will help to identify their clothing if an item gets lost. Please also ensure your child brings their water bottle to school every day.