Mrs Beauchamp

About Mrs Beauchamp

I am the class 2 teacher

What a great half term!

Well done year one, you have nearly completed your first half term in year one. You have all worked extremely hard and have earned some well deserved parachute time! You  have all come so far since September and every single one of you have made me very proud.

Instead of sending home your homework folders this Friday you will have some half term homework challenges:

  • How many ‘ea’ words can you find?
  • Can you practise writing your numbers up tp 20?  Can you make any number sentences with them using these symbols: + = <>?
  • Can you make a boat out of recycled materials for our travel and transport topic?

Home Learning Tasks

Here are this weeks maths tasks:

For English the children have collected leave and made hedgehog picutres. What adjectives describe the leaves? Can you write a fact file about hedgehogs? Can you write a leaf shape poem about autumn?

Busy, busy, busy…

Good morning everyone. Since last week year one have been working in their Read Write Inc groups for English and are now back into their regular routine. They have worked really hard in their whole class maths lessons and have even learnt some new symbols (< > = ) . You may want to ask them about maths crocodiles, they should hopefully be able to show you their new skills.

We have also been very busy preparing for our first ever digital harvest festival that you will be able to watch on the school website tomorrow afternoon. The iPads have also proven very popular this week and we have been using them to support them with their phonics. If you would like them to play some of the same games at home please click the following link:

Just a reminder that we will be changing reading books tomorrow so if your child requires a new one, please just leave a note in their reading record.

Thank you

This week…

We have been learning about our bodies and how to keep safe. We have also    found out about what we can do to look after our planet.

A couple of reminders:

-children no longer need to bring a morning snack with them as we provide one.

– homework folders need to be returned on Thursdays

– can you please check all jumpers and cardigans are named

Many thanks 🌈

What a great start!

What  a great start to this new school year, all the children have been very happy to be back with their class-mates.  We have been learning all about the world around us this week and explored what makes it so fabulous, they have even written their own version of the song “What a wonderful world”. .

Here’s a quick snap shot of what we’ve been up to…

Just to let you know, fruit for morning break will now be provided for all the class so they no longer need to bring any snacks from home. Thank you

Week 12

Week 12

Congratulations for reaching your final week of year one! A huge well done and thank you to everyone this year, you have all been amazing and I will really miss you being in my class. You have all come so far since I met you in September and achieved so much, I am SUPER proud of you!!!! It has been the most unusual year and your resilience, perseverance and determination has never ceased to astound me. I wish you all a very happy holiday and look forward to seeing you all safely return in September. For all of our home learners who would like to take their school books home, I will be putting a red box in the office this week for you to come and collect them. Your books have been put into plastic bags with your names on so feel free to pop in and take them during the week.

Here are some ideas to keep you going for your last few days of school / home learning:

For Maths this week it would be great if you could practice to tell the time, here’s a link to get you started:

For English you may like to think about the memories you have made in year one. Think about all the fun things you’ve done e.g. The Christmas play, a trip to wonderland, making board games, trying Mexican food, playing with toys from the past…. Which was your favourite? What is your best memory? Have you made a new friend this year?

PE: As we have unfortunately had no opportunity for sports day this year, you may like to make up your own races and activities to do with your family e.g. a walking race balancing a book on your head, egg and spoon race, pillow case / sack race, target throwing… You could even make some 1st , 2nd & 3rd place badges to award the winners!

D&T: Can you plan and make a packed lunch to take to the seaside? What would be your favourite items to include? Do you have a selection of healthy food included. Don’t forget to include a drink. How will you store your food so you don’t get sand in it? Can you write a shopping list of what you need? Check the weather forecast so you can choose appropriate food (you wouldn’t want to take a flask of hot chocolate if it’s going to be hot and sunny).

Science: Faster, further, higher…Watch the videos the see if you can make your own paper plane or rocket mouse!

Have fun with your final week’s activities and don’t forget to send me pictures of what you’ve been doing. The sunshine is due to be shining on us this week and fingers crossed it will continue for your summer holidays! I wish you all a very happy summer and thank you, once again for being a fabulous year one class! Have fun. Stay safe ☀️🌈❤️👍

Week 11

Week 11

Hello again everyone and welcome to week 11. An extra big well done to all those who sent in solutions to my maths problem. I had to reward A LOT of Dojos for quite a few of you ( I’m still waiting on some totals to find out the winners but there were several of you who found 50+ solutions!) If you are up for another challenge: how many words can you find with the sound ‘oa’ in? Again Dojos and a prize available to be rewarded in September for the most answers!

Here are some activity ideas for this week:

Maths & English: Worksheet activities;

Or for Miss Browne’s English:

Your sounds this week are: ow, oa and o-e.

D&T / Art: Can you design a mascot for the Commonwealth games (Birmingham 2022)? Here’s what you need to do to enter the competition:

History: Find out about how seaside holidays have changed over time, what was it like to go to the seaside in Victorian times?

PHSE: Healthy eating. Here comes another challenge! Can you find the name a fruit or vegetable for every letter of the alphabet? E.g. A= apple, B= banana…

Computing: Choose from some of these clip to find out more about a range of computing skill:

Happy home / school learning everyone and don’t forget to send me all your challenge solutions to receive your well earned Dojos ! 🌈👍☀️🌱😄

Week 10

Week 10

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and stayed safe in the sun last week? Looks like it should be a bit cooler this week. For week 10 I’d like to set you all a bit of a number challenge: how many ways can you make 20? You could add more than 2 numbers or even try taking away to find more possible solutions. I have a few prizes for the winners to receive when we all return in September and everyone who takes part will earn one dojo for every solution they find (find 50 solutions for 50 Dojos)!

Here are some other home school tasks you may like to try too:

Maths/ English: Your worksheet based tasks can be downloaded here:

Or for Miss Browne’s English about instructions, here’s the link:

Sounds for this week are oi and oy.

You may also like to practise your handwriting with these worksheets:

Science: What types of food do animals eat? Watch this video and then try the quiz to see what you have learned:

D&T / Art: Can you create something to go in our outdoor area? You may like to decorate a rocks / make a mobile to hang in forest school / a wind chime / paint a plant pot / make a scarecrow. What ever you wish but the only requirement is that it should be colourful. You can bring your creation in with you next time you are back in school.

PE: This week I’d like you to practise your trowing and catching skill. Try out some of the challenges from this video:

Happy home / school learning everyone, keep smiling and well done for all your hard work 👍🌈😄

Week 9

Week 9

Well done for reaching week 9 and we’ll done for all your hard work. Only 4 weeks left to go! It looks like the weather is improving this week so you could try to do some of your home learning outside again. Here are some suggestions for this week:

English &Maths worksheets: week 9’s works can be found here;

Again, teaching videos to support the maths can be found on the white rose website.

Still working this Miss Browne? You can follow her lessons with this link to learn for about information text (starting from lesson 6: listening to an information text):

Our sounds this week are ay, ai & a-e.

D&T and Forest school: Can you design and make your own bird feeder? Try and use recycled materials like a plastic bottle. You can then hang it up and see it gets any visitors. You could make a tally chart to record what birds visit your garden.

Computing : You have all used sketch pad in school before so I thought you may want to use it again and this time create your own under the sea scene;

Geography: Where in the world is Antarctica? What can you find out about it? Watch these clips to find out more (you may want to make a poster about what you found out):

PSHE: Who is in my bubble? If you have returned to school or not this activity sheet can help to to discuss how life is very different for us all right now. You may want to talk about any worries or concerns your child has about current restrictions.

Thank you again for your messages, it’s great to see how you are getting on and your wonderful smiling faces. Missing you all very much! Happy home or school learning everyone. Stay safe 🌈👍❤️☀️🌱

Week 8

Week 8

Welcome to week 8 and welcome back to those children who are returning to school this week. Miss Clough and Mrs Darlow are very much looking forward to seeing you! Don’t worry if you are not returning to school this week, I will be here for you to support you through this week’s home learning tasks if you need any help. Thank you for all your brilliant pictures again this week, I really enjoy receiving them and seeing what you’ve been up to. Here are your learning task ideas for this week:

Maths & English: please find this week’s tasks at classroom secrets;

There are starter power points to go with the maths sheets on the white rose website if you should need a little help with them:

Or if you wish to continue with Miss Browne’s online English

Topic: The Rainbow Fish, read the story and then see if you can retell the story to someone else. Can you make your own Rainbow fish? Can you find out about any colourful fish that live in coral reefs? What are coral reefs and why are they important?

Science: What are fish? Watch the video and then test your knowledge with the activity and quiz:

Art: Can you make a Father’s Day card for this Sunday or a card for someone else very special to you?

PE: How about a PE lesson with Marcus Rashford ? (sorry Liverpool fans)[Discovery_Cards]-[Multi_Site]-[SL08]-[PS_IPLAYER~N~~P_CelebritySupplyTeacherMarcusRashford]

So how are your plants getting on? I know Frankie’s sunflowers are nearly as tall as her and Lila’s radishes have already been eaten! Anything growing yet in Caelan’s new vegetable plot? Has your pond got any plants growing in it yet Kieran? What flowers can you see in your garden or on your walks that are new? Have you seen any wildlife or been feeding the birds? Look forward to hearing from you. Stay safe and happy home or school learning everyone 🌱🌻🥕🌈😄