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Roses Class 2020-2021

Hello and welcome to our class page! Our Teacher is Miss Eades and our LSPs are Mrs Sid and Mrs Johnson. In our class we have lots of fun and love learning new things! On this page you will find our class news and lots of interesting pictures showing you what we have been getting up to! smiley



Dates for your diary

*Monday 28th September 2020- Teacher Training Day



Important Information:

*The children start at 8:50am and finish at 3:00pm

*The children can bring in a named water bottle to go on their tables which needs to contain only water or squash.

*If your child wishes to, they can bring a break time snack such as fruit or raisins to eat on the playground at break time.

*The children can come to school in their PE kit on a Monday with appropriate footwear.

*Your child will be given a reading book specific to their reading level. We would like the children to read as much as they can at home and record this in their reading record. Books will be changed on a weekly basis.

*Homework can't be brought back into school so if there are any queries, please email the class email address. 

Thank you for your continued support :)


P.E Day:

Starting from the 14th September the children are able to come to school in their PE kits on a Monday.Please ensure that appropriate footwear is worn and PE clothing is appropriate for the weather as our lessons will be outdoors on the playground.


Children will be given 1 piece of phonics homework along with spellings. Due to the current situation, homework can not be brought back into school. However, if you do have any queries, please email us on our class email address. 


School Uniform:

Please make sure that your child’s name is written inside all school clothes (cardigans, jumpers, trousers, t shirts and coats). This makes it easier to give out misplaced clothes back to their rightful owners. Remember if you take your jumper off in class, place it in the take home box to keep it safe!

Mathletics, Purple Mash and Times Table Rock Stars:


Children can access these websites from home. Each child has an individual username and password. Mathletics and TTRS is an excellent resource which allows children to practise their mathematical skills.


Phonics Play

Children can access this website from home. It is a free resource and will really help your child learn all of their phonics sounds in a fun way. Please refer to the Pheeba sounds sheet we sent home to consolidate your child's learning.


Celebrating our achievements:

Every week, we celebrate our successes by having a Writer of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP. 


This week our VIP is...




This week our writer of the week is...




This week our maths mind is...




This week our sports player is...




Reading at home is extremely beneficial for your child. Therefore there will be a weekly reading challenge for all of the children in the class. If a child reads once a week at home and it is recorded in their reading record, they will receive a raffle ticket. At the end of every week, a winner will be chosen from the raffle and will receive a prize!

This week our reading challenge winner is...




Please meet your new Class Teacher and Learning Support Practitioner (LSP).

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Roses Class 2019/2020

On Tuesday 13th July, a few children from Roses class met up and had a picnic on the playground. It was so lovely to see everyone and hear all about the exciting things you've been up to. We hope you all have a lovely summer and can't wait to see you again in September. Stay safe! smiley


For help, advice and queries, you can email your child's class teacher at and they will assist you as soon as they can. 




Keep smiling my little Roses


Good morning everybody! I hope you've all had a lovely half term and have eaten lots of ice cream and enjoyed the sunshine. It's been so nice! I've had a lovely week this week. Here are my highlights! smiley

1. On Wednesday 27th May I celebrated my birthday! I had lots of lovely presents and ate far too much chocolate and birthday cake. On the evening I had a catch up with Miss Johnson, Miss Griffiths, Miss Skidmore and Miss Hill! 

2. As it's been so sunny I have been walking everywhere! I had a lovely walk to Stourport along the canal where I enjoyed some fish and chips and an ice cream! 

3. I've been spending time tidying up the garden and found that my cats love to play with sticks!

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Good evening, Roses! It's Miss Eades again. I hope you're all keeping safe and having lots of fun making some memories! Don't forget, you and your grown up can email our class page if you want to share anything you've made or tell me what you've been up to! Here are a few highlights of my week this week. smiley

1. I have been busy in the kitchen cooking some delicious meals! Can you guess what I've been cooking? What ingredients might I have used?

2. I've been out and about on lots of walks and this week I saw lots of animals! Can you spot the baby ducklings? 




Hello Roses, it's Miss Eades! I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and are making the most of the sunshine! It was so nice to speak to many of you last week, hearing your voices really cheered me up and made me smile! smiley It was also lovely to hear what you had been up to and I'm so glad you're all making the most of your time at home. I thought I'd give you a little update of what I've been up to this week! I have been doing lots of baking in the kitchen. I made some delicious triple chocolate cookies and crunchie fudge! They were SO tasty and we have nearly eaten them all! I've been going on daily walks and of course relaxing with my cats! I have also set up my own vegetable patch! I'm growing carrots, kale and cabbage!

I hope you are all keeping safe, smiling and behaving! I hope you all had a lovely long weekend and enjoyed the sunshine because I certainly did! Did you know that today (Tuesday 12th May 2020) is the day of the Nurses and Midwifes. Do you remember our learning about Florence Nightingale? Well, she was born exactly 200 years ago today! Florence Nightingale has a little message for you all to celebrate this occasion! Click on the link below:


The past week I have been very busy planning exciting lessons, but here are some of my highlights from the week.

1. Over the weekend I spent lots of time outside enjoying the sun with Max and Maisie.

2. I have made lots of tasty meals. I made a huge yummy omelette and some delicious pancakes with yoghurt and strawberries! Are strawberries a fruit or a vegetable?

3. On Sunday, I watched some of my favourite Disney films, can you guess which film I watched? Miss Slater watched it too!

4. I'm missing all of my family and friends lots and lots, and i'm sure you are too! I received a gift from one of my friends and it brightened up my day.

Keep smiling and making memories. We'll see each other soon. smiley

Phonics Lessons

To help you re-cap your Phonics before you come back to school, there are some videos suitable for Year 1

Click the link below.smiley 


BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize have started to post lessons for you to access at home!
Use the link below and you will find daily lessons suitable for Year 1 in Maths and English, as well as regular lessons in other subjects such as Science, History, Geography! smiley

White Rose Maths

White Rose Maths have produced some useful online learning maths activities. The link below sends you to the activities created for Year 1. smiley

Hello again Roses Class! :)


I hope you are all okay, staying safe and making lots of lovely memories with your families! I miss you all lots; I can't wait to see all of you again!! I'm really hoping we will be back to school soon so I can see all of you again!

What are you going to achieve this week? I can't wait to hear about all of your activities you've been getting up to! I've been busy baking again, I made some more cookies and some banana and chocolate chip cupcakes! I am still eating lots of healthy fruits and vegetables, and I hope you are too, along with completing some daily exercise!

If you have already finished your home learning pack that was sent home, then there is another pack at school that you could ask your grown up to collect for you. smiley



During the next 3 weeks in our English lessons we were going to be writing an adventure story! If you fancy writing your own adventure story with lots of pictures that would be fantastic, let your imagination run wild! I look forward to reading it when we're back at school!


Why not go on a shape hunt around your house? How many different 3D shapes can you find? Were there any 3D shapes that you couldn't find? You could have a go at writing down the names of the 3D shapes that you find, how many faces,edges and vertcies do they have? You could also play shops with your grown up when it comes to lunch time and work out if you have enough money to buy your lunch or any snacks! Can you count how many pairs of socks you have using your 2 times tables? Is there anything that you could use to help count in your 5 and 10 times tables?



Our new topic is Animals. Why not go out into your garden or look out your window and write down all of the different animals you see throughout the day. You could also draw all the different animals that you can think of and could try and group the animals together. What animals live in the jungle, sea or on land?

The place an animal lives is called its habitat. Can some animals live in more than one habitat? To re-cap some of your previous knowledge on plants, why not have a go at drawing all the different plants/trees you may see when your out on your daily walk or in your garden. Fancy a challenge? Try and label the plant or tree!



Feeling creative? Why not re-use any old cardboard boxes and make some masks! Or use some coloured or plain paper and make some origami. I made a crab and a shark with some of the children last week in school, it is a little bit tricky so you might need your grown up to help you but they look  fantastic. Maybe you could make a range of different animals?  I can't wait to see them! 



I hope you are all safe and keeping well. I am missing you all SO MUCH, I can't wait until we are reunited and I can see your smiley faces again! I hope you had a lovely Easter break and ate lots of delicious chocolate treats; because I certainly did! I spent my Easter break in school, planning some more fun lessons and doing some baking. I made mini egg cookies, creme egg brownies, mini egg fudge and chocolate nests. Unfortunately, they were that delicious that they are now all gone! What have you been up to during the Easter holidays? Why not make a diary entry or write some sentences telling me what your top highlights have been during the holidays? You could try and add some adjectives too! :)



Hello Roses Class, Miss Eades here! smiley I hope you're all at home keeping safe and are enjoying spending time with your families! I have added some more activities for you to complete each week and added some websites for you to look at home! Ms Hickman and I miss you all lots already!


I have been keeping very busy! I've been planning lots of new and exciting lessons for you all, and looking after my two cats- Max and Maisie. Every morning I am taking part in Joe Wick's PE workouts because it's so important to make sure we are still exercising!  I can't wait to hear what you have all been getting up to! See you all very soon and stay safe! smiley





This week in English, we were going to be writing an information text all about an animal. If you fancy doing some research about an animal of your choice and creating your own information text then that would be amazing! I look forward to reading it when we're back at school!


In Maths this week, we were going to look at sequencing events, the days of the week and the months of the year. I thought that you could have a go at ordering the days of the week and months of the year at home, maybe you could write down special occasions that happen in some of the months (what month of the year is your birthday in?). To help you with sequencing events, maybe you could have a go at sequencing your new daily routine.




To re-cap some of your previous knowledge, I thought that you could have a go at a scavenger hunt around your house for objects made of different materials. We learnt about Materials back in the Autumn term, but I am sure that you will be able to remember a lot of different materials and have a go at finding them in your house (you could even try and make your own tick list as you find them!).

Other activities

Have you put a rainbow up in your window yet? If no, then make one it'll make someone's day! If you have why not make a beautiful sun to brighten up your day!



I know how much you all love reading so don't forget to relax with a good book! I also know how much you all enjoyed listening to me read the slightly annoying elephant by David Walliams, so if you want to listen to some more of his stories then visit Everyday David Walliams will read a different short story at 11:00am



I've found some scavenger hunts you could do while you're at home! Once you have completed them, make sure you tidy up and put all of the items back away!




Useful websites:


A great story to read to your child if they are worried about what is happening right now!-


E-Book Resouce-


Times Table Rockstars -


Top Marks-


Hit the Button-


Purple Mash:


Twinkl: - Follow the instructions and type in access code: PARENTSTWINKLHELPS


Phonics Play-    



BBC Supermovers!


PE with Joe Wicks


Cosmic Kids Yoga



Other Curriculum Subjects:

Blue Peter Badge Challenge!








Hello and welcome to our class page! Our Teacher is Miss Eades and our LSP is Ms Hickman. In our class we have lots of fun and love learning new things! On this page you will find our class news and lots of interesting pictures showing you what we have been getting up to. smiley


Our Topics for the Spring Term: 

Georgraphy: Can you spot the difference?

History: Why are nurses significant?

Science: Plants


Dates for your diary:

*Tuesday 24th March- Parents' evening.

*Wednesday 25th March- Parents' evening.

*Friday 3rd April- End of Spring term.

*Monday 20th April- Children return to school.

*Friday 8th April- May bank holiday.




Important Information


Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday in Roses Class.

Please make sure your child has the correct kit and that it is labelled with their name.


School Uniform:

Please make sure that your child’s name is written inside all school clothes (cardigans, jumpers, trousers, PE kits and coats). This makes it easier to give out misplaced clothes back to their rightful owners. Remember if you take your jumper off in class, place it in the take home box to keep it safe!



Your child will have 1 piece of homework sent out each week. This will be explained and given out on a Friday to be completed and returned by the following Wednesday. Children will be given weekly spellings which will also be sent out on a Friday and tested on the following Friday. Remember to practice your spellings as often as you can!


Changing Books:

Reading books are changed weekly, but this is not on a set day so it is very important that your child brings their book bag to school every day. Please write a comment in your child’s reading diary when you hear them read.

Reading at home is extremely beneficial for your child. Therefore there will be a weekly reading challenge for all of the children in the class. If a child reads once a week at home and it is recorded in their reading record, they will receive a raffle ticket. At the end of every week, a winner will be chosen from the raffle and will receive a prize!


Celebrating our achievements




Maths Mind of the Week:



Writer of the Week:



Sport Player of the Week:



Reader of the Week: 



                      Thursday 5th March - World Book Day

The children had lots of fun completing lots of different activities related to Roald Dahl's story George's Marvellous Mecidine! The children looked fantastic in their outfits! 




Tuesday 14th January - Sensational Start


Our new history topic is 'nurses'. This afternoon we had a visit from the school nurse, who gave us lots of information all about how important her job is and some of the daily tasks she has to carry out. We then compared nurses today to Florence Nightingale and learnt that we are very lucky to have such amazing nurses and doctors and that's all down to Florence Nightingale! Nurse Cherrie showed used how clean the bandages are and how she would bandage a patient up. We had a great afternoon! 







                                      Christmas week! 

Take a look at all of the fun activities we took part in during the last week of term! We especially enjoyed our Christmas trip, breakfast with Santa, our parent workshop and our Christmas party! Miss Eades and Ms Hickman are really proud of our super work this term!


Guy Fawkes Drama Workshop- Monday 4th November


                    Languages Day- Thursday 26th September


Rugby Tots- Monday 23rd September



Class 1 Roses

W e l c o m e    t o   Y e a r     1 !
In Year 1, we have lots of fun and love to learn new things!



Teacher: Miss Brain

LSP: Mrs Buthelezi & Miss Begum


Together we Grow, Learn, Enjoy and Excel!


Dates for the diary...


29th April 2019: Summer term begins!




PE days: Wednesday and Thursday

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Spelling test: Fridays



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Every week we celebrate our success in praise assembly...


Our V.I.P this week is...




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On Thursday 11th April the Easter bunny came to visit and look at all the treats he hidden for us in the garden!










On Thursday 4th April we had our class assembly.

Our season spies went on a mission exploring across the different seasons, take a look at some of our wonderful costumes...






Doing our bit for Red Nose Day 2019...



World Book day celebrations!!!




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On Friday 14th December we had our Christmas trip to Hatton Park! We had an amazing day which was full of lots of festive activities and we enjoyed exploring and learning about all the farm animals.

One of the most magical parts of our trip was seeing Santa and being given a key to his magical toy workshop where we could choose a toy of our choice to take home with us!

Take a look at all the fun we had together...






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The children loved their Rugby Tots session on Monday 24th September. The children were able to develop a range of skills from passing, kicking and even scoring! Well done, everyone!





As part of healthy schools week, we designed a healthy T-shirt and also took part in some fruit tasting!

We had the opportunity to try a range of fruit and vegetables such as pineapple, apricots, blueberries, peppers and even lime - it was so bitter and our faces made a great picture!




Our topic this term is Babies, Families and Neighbours. 

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For hook day, we came to school dressed in our favourite clothes and took part in lots of discussion about our own families and even created an all about me fact file!