Nightingales – Year 1

Welcome to Nightingales

We are a Year 1 class.

Our class teachers are Miss Thompson & Mrs Mylett.

Sponsored Dance- October 2019

Each year the children of Sudley Infants raise money for many charities during our ‘Charities week’.  This year Nightingales are raising money for YoungMinds (charity registration no. 1016968).

 

We completd our sponsored dance very well, but we were all quite tired at the end!

In fact…we were all exhausted afterwards!

It was lots of fun though.

Please remember to start collecting in any sponsor money and send it into school by Monday 21 October.

Many thanks for your support.

About YoungMinds

“We’re leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges. We’re here to make sure they get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties. The crisis in children and young people’s mental health is real and it is urgent. More children and young people than ever before are reaching out for help with their mental health. But for those who take that brave step, help is much too hard to find. Together, we are changing this. We’re fighting for young people’s mental health. Join our fight.”

During the next few weeks the children will be learning about YoungMinds and will take part in a sponsored dance on October 10th. This is also World Mental Health Day and YoungMinds have a campaign called HelloYellow to raise awareness of their fundraising.

We would like all children to bring an item of yellow clothing to school to wear during the dance- this could be a hat, sunglasses, socks, t-shirt or any other item of clothing.  Each child will receive a certificate to show that they have taken part in the activity.  Please ask friends and family to sponsor your child to help raise money for this worthy cause.

 

Whatever you can donate to help, however small, will be very much appreciated.

Please send in all money raised no later than Monday 21 October. The money raised will be presented to a representative from Young Minds on Friday 25th October during the Year 1 Charities Day Assembly, which begins at 2:30pm. We hope you are able to join us in the hall on that day. If you need an extra copy of the sponsor form it can be downloaded below.

Charities letter Nightingales Autumn 2019

 

 

Non-Curriculum Day- September 2019 

We had so much fun today learning about The Enormous Crocodile. We started by discussing our very own clever tricks, just like the ones we had heard about in Roald Dahl’s story. Then we made our own crocodile puppets, played crocodile tag and we learnt which type of animal a crocodile is. We even got to see the clever way in which crocodiles hibernate.

 

 

 

Paper aeroplane test- September 2019

We all made paper aeroplanes and then tested them to find out which one would fly the furthest. We laughed lots as the planes flew in different directions, one even flew between Mrs Mylett’s feet! The winning plane travelled 11m 40cm. Well done to  everybody!

Our first two weeks in Year 1-September 2019

We have had such a busy time already in Year 1. Take a look at some of the photographs below.

 

Thank you to all the parents and carers who attended the ‘meet the teacher’ session on Tuesday 3rd September- it was lovely to meet you so many of you. If you were unable to attend the handout are available to download by clicking on the links.

Year 1 Expectations 2019

Topic Dates Year 1 2019-2020

Cookery sessions-Autumn term

Every Wednesday afternoon your child takes part in a Healthy Food and nutrition session. During this session each week the class is divided in two, 15 children researching and writing about the dish they are going to make and the other half of the class making and tasting the dish. These session are a great way for children to understand where food comes from, how it is prepared and perhaps try ingredients for the first time. Mrs Haake and Mrs Dow lead these sessions. All ingredients will be provided by school.

We are seeking permission again from you for your child to take part in these activities during Autumn Term- a copy of the letter can be downloaded below. We would appreciate it being returned as soon as possible. Many thanks.

PPA Autumn 2019 Cookery consent letter

 

Welcome to the children and parents of Nightingales class!

School starts at 8.50am on Monday 2nd September.

A reminder for parents- there is a ‘Meet the Teacher’ session on Tuesday 3rd September at 2.30pm. You can find out what goes on in Year 1 as well as meeting the new class teachers, Miss Thompson & Mrs Mylett.

We have lots of interesting topics in Year 1 such as Space, Pirates, Dinosaurs and many more. Some of our topics last 1 week but others are for 2, 3 or 4 weeks.

 

Our first topic is about our class bird- The Nightingale- then we will be learning about Airports and air travel.

 

Children remember to bring in your PE kits- we will need them in the first week. It is important to have an indoor and outdoor PE kit available to use.

Please bring in your book bag every day and make sure your name is on all your belongings.

 

We look forward to sharing an exciting new year in school with you.

Have a lovely summer!

Miss Thompson & Mrs Mylett

 

 

Finding out about our class bird

If you click on the link below you can find out about Nightingales.

http://www.discoverwildlife.com/british-wildlife/facts-about-nightingales

General Information

Spellings and spelling books are given out each Monday and should be returned to school each Friday.
Homework is given out on Friday. This should be marked by an adult at home and kept in the blue homework files. Homework does not need to be returned to school until the end of term. 
Our P.E days are Monday and Friday. The children will also have a gymnastics session on a Wednesday afternoon taught by a professional gymnastics coach. They will come home in their school PE kit with their uniform in their PE bag. Please return the kit to school the next day.
Reading books should be brought into school each day. Children also have access to their own electronic Bug Club reading books.  Login details should be stuck inside reading record books but please ask a member of staff if there is a problem. Bug Club can be accessed via tablets or computers on the  Active Learn website.

We have lots of exciting topics in Year 1. Our topic list for the year can be downloaded here: Topic Dates Year 1 2019-2020