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Breamore C of E Primary School

A foundation for life

Pembroke Class (Yr 1/2)

Welcome to Pembroke Class!

Do We Always Appreciate What We've Got? Our project this term focuses on our local area and how we might improve it. We will be developing our Geographical and Scientific skills and making emotional maps of our school, considering which areas make us feel positive or negative. We will identify an area we would like to improve, and will investigate how to make it insect and creature friendly too. We will be visiting each school in the Federation for a special Welly Walk to discover where our friends go to school and compare them with Breamore. Please see below our project map and the Science and Geography knowledge that we will be learning this term.

English texts this term:

Descriptions of The Tin Forest written by Pembroke Class

About our class: Our teacher is Mrs Silver.  She loves music, exploring the countryside and her dream is to own a dog one day!  She loves to read us books - some of her favourite stories are the Rabbit and Bear stories by Julian Gough and The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson. 

Each morning we are also supported by Miss Bedford.  She loves the outdoors and helps us take care of the school guinea pigs, Crunchy and Munchy.  She also teaches us outdoor learning at Trailblazers.  Miss Robinson helps us in class too.  She also looks after children in Breakfast Club and at After School Club. 

Each Wednesday and Thursday we have PE and Year 1 also have Happy Bats (tennis skills) on Fridays.  Please can you wear your PE kits to school on those days? 

If you have any questions or concerns about school, please get in touch with me via email or through the school office.  It's always much easier to stop any worries by having a quick chat! 

 

All about our class!

 

 

 

Why not add some fun music into your  day? 

Follow the link to Sing Up at home for lots of songs to get you singing and moving! 

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/songs-to-get-moving

 

Or how about these?  A lot of silly songs to enjoy! 

 

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/silly-stuff

 

Here are some links to useful websites, activities or games for you: 
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