Welcome to Class Ouse!
Mrs Jeff (Teacher – Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday), Miss Oglesby (Teacher – Thursday and Friday) and Mr Metcalfe (Assistant Teacher).
Other adults you might see in our class are Miss Knight, Mrs Sadullah, Mrs Brookes and Mr Jeff.
Team Ouse’s school day:
When we arrive in school, we self register and then we complete an independent maths challenge. After that, we have a whole class check in. This is where we share how we are feeling.
We would like our children to read with you every evening at home; even a couple of pages a night really helps build confidence and stamina in reading. Ask your child questions about the book, talk about the story or book, look at the meaning of words and see if your child can pick out any of their phonics and tricky word knowledge. These are all skills we practice at school that you can do together at home.
When the children have finished a book, they can be changed in class. We will check if they need to change their book but it would be really helpful if you could also let us know just in case your child forgets and we will make sure they have a new book.
If your child reads 5 times per week at home they will get 1 stamp in the back of their planner.
5 stamps in the back of the planner= a special trip to Mrs Fletcher and her treasure box!
Any questions about developing reading skills at home please feel free to come in and see us.
Spellings will be stuck into planners on a Friday for children to practice at home ready for the spelling challenge the following Friday.
Any questions or queries on methods to help your child learn their spellings, please come and see us.
Team Ouse can bring in a water bottle to have in the classroom with them to keep hydrated throughout their learning day. We only drink water in class so please only send in bottles filled with water.
Team Ouse do PE on a Thursday morning as part of a carousel including music, Spanish and restorative circles.
We ask children to come to school in their uniform then get changed into their school PE kit in the classroom.
You can bring your PE kit on a Monday and take it home on a Friday.
Children will continue with their Spanish learning, developing more confidence in speaking and listening as well as beginning to look at written words. They will recap greetings, colours and numbers and build on their existing bank of Spanish vocabulary in preparation for statutory lessons in KS2.
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Mrs Jeff and Miss Oglesby