Robin Class

Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin
Class Teacher: Mr Libberton
Supported by: Mrs Filan
Madame Lawson teaches French.

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Robin Class Week 3

Posted on September 17th, 2017 by Robin Class

This week we will be working on our intention to working in small groups in the classroom. We will also be continuing to work on our whole class sessions on attention and focus.

Topic: learning about clothes, names, ordering people, jobs that people have.

We will also be continuing our fine-motor skills activities.

 

Monday  Don’t forget to sign up on the red board outside classroom for which colour lunch option.Mrs Humphreys and Mrs Filan will be in class in the afternoon.
Tuesday  Reading Morning 8.45-9.15-. Please sign in via the classroom door
Wednesday  Mrs Filan and Mrs Autin will be in class in the afternoon.

Home Learning to go home.

Thursday
Friday Welcome assembly at 9 am

Stay and Play  @ 2.30pm. Please sign in via the office

Water bottles go home

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Robin Class Autumn Week 2

Posted on September 9th, 2017 by Robin Class

This will be our first full week together as a class and we are all looking forward to it, even if we may be a bit tired by the end of the week!

This week we will start our whole class sessions learning about the rules and routines in the classroom. 

Phonics: s a t p grapheme/phonemes. Introduction to sounds.

Literacy: Starting to learn our story ‘The Little Red Hen’. We will be learning about story maps and how picutres help us to remember parts of the story.

Maths: This week is all about counting − chanting numbers in order up to 10 and then 20, counting items into a set, counting items taken from a larger set, matching a number of items to a numeral, matching written and spoken numerals and being able to count accurately using one-to-one correspondence.

Growth Mindset: Deema the Duck- Don’t Give Up

One sunny morning, Deema the duck was happily swimming along the river where she lived. The
river was flowing very fast and her legs had to paddle very quickly under the water so she didn’t get
washed down the river! That morning, some children went with their teacher down to throw some
bread to feed the ducks. All the other ducks were swimming nearer to the edge than Deema, and
quickly gobbled up most of the bread before swimming away. Deema could see the children
throwing bread but the river was too fast for her to swim over. She tried to swim over three times,
but each time she nearly got washed underneath the water! After that, she saw a rock nearby. She
used all her energy to swim to the rock, then jumped over the fast flowing water to where the
children were, and because they had seen how Deema hadn’t given up they threw her some extra
bread!

Topic/Child Initiated Learning: Rules and routines, sharing, tidying away.

PE: skills circuits

Monday ·         Don’t forget to sign up on the red board outside classroom for which colour lunch option.

·         We meet our year 6 buddies and share our boxes.

·         Mrs Humphreys and Mrs Filan will be in class in the afternoon.

Tuesday
Wednesday ·         Mrs Filan and Mrs Autin will be in class in the afternoon.
Thursday ·         PE

·         Meet the Teacher in Robin classroom after school.

Friday ·         Water bottles go home.

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Hertfordshire Library Services

Posted on September 4th, 2017 by Robin Class

Here are some events at local Hertfordshire Libraries. Click the link to find out about different events and activities on offer.

Weekend Stories – story time for under 8s

Weekend Stories are story time sessions in the library aimed at children under 8 years old. Come along to Saturday Stories or Sunday Stories and enjoy listening to old favourites and discovering new stories too.

This is a family event and all ages are welcome.

  • £1 voluntary donation per family

Hertfordshire Weekend Stories

 

Chatterbooks – reading groups for 8-12 year olds
Whether your child is already an avid reader or needing some inspiration, joining Chatterbooks is a great way to encourage them to have fun with books.

Please find more information about when the groups meet and to apply for a space in the link

Hertfordshire Chatterbooks

 

If you take part in any of these activities please let us know at school it would be great to share experiences at the Library.
Many Thanks
Mr Libberton

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Robin Class Autumn Week 1

Posted on September 4th, 2017 by Robin Class

Robin Class Weekly Diary W/B 4th September

Day Notes
Monday Inset staff training
Tuesday Mr Libberton and Mrs Filan Home Visits
Wednesday Our morning session will start at 8.45. Please find a peg if a coat is needed at school. Next week we will have our own pegs.

Morning session finishes at 11.30. This will be from Robin classroom door.

Thursday Our morning session will start at 8.45. Please find a peg if a coat is needed at school. Next week we will have our own pegs.

Morning session finishes at 11.30. This will be from Robin classroom door.

Friday Treasure boxes today please.

Our morning session will start at 8.45. Please find a peg if a coat is needed at school. Next week we will have our own pegs.

Morning session finishes at 11.30. This will be from Robin classroom door.

You will receive a letter at 11.30 welcoming you and your child to either Robin or Swift Class

Notes for the following week Please gather by the classroom your child is in where the teacher will greet you at 8.45 (this is usually when a bell goes).

If your child is have a school lunch please sign up for the lunch they would like. Indicating what colour option.

School finishes at 15.15.

Mrs Humphreys will be teaching in Robin Class Monday PM (PPA cover).

 

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Our classroom

Posted on September 2nd, 2017 by Robin Class

We are looking forward to welcoming you all on Wednesday. Here is our classroom and I can’t wait to add lots of amazing work to the different areas!

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Autumn Term 2017 Welcome

Posted on September 1st, 2017 by Robin Class

We look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday.

When you arrive in the playground please tick by your children’s name so we can register the children. There will not be names on the coat rack so please find a peg if you need to bring a coat. Ideally,please leave PE Kits at home until the following week (11th September) when we know the different classes.

When the children come in on Wednesday there will be different activities set up for them to start their child-initiated learning. Throughout the week they will be visiting swift class to. The morning session we finish at 11.30 where you can wait in the playground and we will be getting use to names and faces!

Mrs Filan and I will be completing home visits on Tuesday all day, so we look forward to meeting some of you there.

 

Mr Libberton

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Robin Thank-you

Posted on July 14th, 2017 by Robin Class

Mrs Warner and I would like to thank you all for our lovely gifts that we received today. We are very grateful for the year we have had together in Robin class and look forward to one last week working together.

Mr Libberton

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Robin

Posted on July 10th, 2017 by Robin Class

This week we are planning our picninc. we will be writing invitations, making teddy bear decorations and drawng observational drawings of our old and new teddy bears. we will also be making neckerchiefs for for our teddy bears, ready for our picnic.

In mats we will be looking at number bonds to 10 and taking part in maths invesgtigations.

Notes for the week:

Tuesday

  • Reading Morning
  • New reception visit

Thursday

  • Change over afternoon
  • No Stay and Play due to change over afternoon

 

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Robin Class News

Posted on July 3rd, 2017 by Robin Class

This week the new reception children will be visiting us for a short time. The idea of this visit is for the children and their parents to see the classroom environment together on a informal basis. I will be there with our current Robin class continuing making observations etc. We also have Oxhey Early Years visiting us on Thursday so the classroom will be very busy!

Today we had our forest school session and the children worked together to make bug hotels. I loved the home learning our the bug hotels that you did with Miss Budwig, they are a joy to have in the classroom.

Mrs Whittingham will be in class on Wednesday morning.

We start our new topic about our teddy bears picnic and the children already have lots of ideas as to what they want to do for their party. We will be making graphs, understanding money and sorting groups for our picnic in our maths lessons.

We are being visited by the library tomorrow talking about the summer reading challenge that will be taking place. More information will follow.

We have a very busy 3 weeks ahead and I look forward to all the exciting activities that we have planned.

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Forest School

Posted on June 18th, 2017 by Robin Class

Forest School will continue tomorrow. Forest School change of clothes including suitable footwear is required.

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Robin Week 8

Posted on June 12th, 2017 by Robin Class

This week is maths problem solving week.

We have already been lucky enough to have a maths problem solving workshop with an outside company working in robin class this morning. Our maths lessons will continue that theme.

Topic this week is continuing our learning about mini beasts and we will be focusing on the life cycle of a butterfly.

We are continuing to write our Maisy stories in Literacy.

Notes for this week:

Monday
  • Miss Budwig out all day
  • Mrs Warner- training course out all day
  • Maths problem solving workshop- Happy Puzzle company
  • Forest School PM (for the rest of Summer term)
Tuesday
  • Reading morning
  • Garden PM
  • Maths parent meeting 6.30pm
Wednesday
  • Miss Budwig out all day
  • Students visiting from Herts Uni looking at EAL provision
Thursday
  • Mr Libberton EYFS training course out all day
  • Stay and Play 2.30pm
Friday
  • Sponsored mile 2.30 pm tea/ coffee/ cakes for parents
  • Non uniform day
  • Mrs Shaw PM

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Maths Problem Solving Week

Posted on June 10th, 2017 by Eagle Class

This coming week is Maths Problem Solving Week.

All the children will be completing activities in their class rooms.  Reception up to Year 4 will also be taking part in a Problem Solving Workshop run by The Happy Puzzle Company.

After school, in the hall from 3.15pm, on Monday only, you will have the opportunity to purchase games and puzzles for as little as 75p.

Please see the web link below for a voucher to use when making your purchase on Monday, you can print it off yourself, to claim the Happy Puzzle Voucher, or alternatively collect one on arrival at the school hall on Monday.

http://www.puzzlechallengedays.co.uk/resources/workshop-flyers.aspx

There is a Problem Solving workshop of Parents only on Tuesday at 6.30pm, please complete the return slip on the letter sent out previously to indicate your interest so that we are able to cater for the numbers.

Thank you.

 

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Summer Fete! 

Posted on June 4th, 2017 by Swift Class

Jazzy Jars are due in tomorrow. There will be tables in the playground for you to put them on. 

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Robin Summer 2

Posted on May 28th, 2017 by Robin Class

Image result for bugsHome-learning this week is to complete one of the tasks from the Mini-beast sheet. The children have loved exploring the outside and looking for different bugs so we will be learning about these for the first three weeks of the next half term.

Miss Budwig is with us for 3 more weeks. It is great to have such a fantastic teacher supporting Robin class this term. During this time Miss Budwig has lots of activities planned for the children that she will be teaching .

teddy bears picnic

Our Topic

In English we are coming towards the end of our Story with Maisie. We will be writing our own versions using the original story to help us. We will be learning another story after that and then start our Teddy Bears’ Picnic topic. In our picnic topic we will be researching recipes thinking about locality, continuing to visit the garden and making food for our picnic. We will be making lists, writing invitations and making games we can play on our picnic. We will be making the decorations for their picnic too.

We will also be taking part in a whole school international day. The children will be visiting different classrooms to learn about different countries. This is being organised with the support of Madame Lawson who will be with our Class every Tuesday Morning for our weekly French session.

Image result for forest school activities early yearsRobin class also have forest every Monday afternoon 12th, 19th, 26th June, 3rd and 17th July. We will be using the best of our School grounds and a specialist Forest School teacher. 

Reading Morning will continue every Tuesday, it’s great to see lots of you there each week. In the afternoon we will be visiting the garden where we have lots of exciting activities to take part in.  Stay and Play will continue to be on a Thursday afternoon at 2.30pm.

Change-over afternoon will take place in July where you child will get to spend time in their new classes. This term starting schoolwe will also be starting the transition for those children who are starting Bromet in September. I will be visiting their nurseries and having meetings about children due to start with us.  There will be visits by these children at different points during the term and I will be able to update you when these are closer to the time.

The next half term is very busy throughout the school and I hope to be able to update you on our class page what is happening each week.

Mr Libberton and Mrs Warner

 

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Week 4 in Robin Class

Posted on May 8th, 2017 by Robin Class

This week we are working on our maths skills: one more/one less, doubling, adding and taking away.

We will be continuing our learning about Maisie the mouse and starting to innovate parts of the story and on the structure of the story.

In our topic we continue to learn about the garden and will be visiting our school garden on Thursday.

 

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