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Bruce Grove Primary and Nursery

Unity is Strength

1G - Kerr Class

Welcome to Judith Kerr Class Page

 

Teacher: Mr Ghorbanian

Teaching Assistant: Mr Sheikh

 

 

Our class is named Judith Kerr, who was a German-born British writer and illustrator. This term will be looking at different stories written by her.

Judith Kerr OBE was one of Britain’s most successful children’s authors. Best known for The Tiger Who Came to Tea and a series of picture books about Mog the cat which was based on the quirks of her own pet cats. Her books are widely available in bookshops. Judith Kerr was born in Berlin in 1923 and died in London in 2019.

Our Class Display

This term we have been  looking at different stories by Judith Kerr including 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' and 'Mog the Forgetful Cat'.

Our Reading Area

As part of our topic 'How transport changed over time' we have been using Legos to make cars.

Maths- Geometry

We made different open and closed 2D shapes using dm sticks.

In 1G- Kerr Class, we love learning about letters and sounds . We use our fingers to count the sounds and say the words.

We also have been learning to sound out and read words and sentences using computers.

We love and enjoy our play time too.

Music Lesson - We are part of the Charinga music programme.

BHM

As part of Black History Month, we explored African clothes. We designed our own clothes with different patterns and colours.

 

Friday Open Mornings - Parents are always  welcome every Friday.

Art

Parents and children enjoyed the art session. We used different lines and marks to develop our drawing skills.

KEY SPELLING WORDS FOR YEAR 1.Can you read and write them?

Dear parents/Carers

This website is quite good and allows your children to access stories online and has activities set for them. Please have a go.

Thank you.

 

https://www.storylineonline.net/books/fast-words-fly/

Recommended Reading List for Year 1

Home Learning 

 

Please support your child in the following:

  • Reading every night
  • Helping your child learning weekly spelling and completing weekly homework
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