Welcome to Class 1

My name is Mrs Leighton and I have the pleasure of being the teacher in Class 1. I have been at Curry Mallet School for 11 years, first as a teaching assistant and then as a class teacher. I am ably assisted by Kim, Rachel and Sharon, who support, encourage and nuture the pupils and help provide a curriculum and learning envirmonment rich in experiences. In Class 1 we believe that pupils who feel valued will have the confidence to develop lively, enquiring minds.

Class 1 is a mixed aged class of Reception and year 1 children. Through a conbination of continuous provision and more structured activities we aim to provide a curriculum which is exciting, diverse and accessible to all. We are fortunate to have an amazing outdoor space solely for the use of pupils in our class and we like to make use of this in all seasons and weathers. Weekly forest school sessions further enhance our learning opportunities.

Our newest arrivals always have a Year 6 buddy to help them find their feet and guide them through their first few weeks of school. These buddies are positive role models and help us to develop the Christian values of friendship and compassion. 

We have an open door policy and always welcome visitors to our classroom. Please come and see what we are up to and share in our amazing learning!

 

 

Latest Class 1 Blog Posts

Counting to 5

Counting to 5

Year 1 have been learning to count in 5s this week. They are getting really good at spotting the pattern and can count all the way up yo 100 in 5s. We used our hands and feet and 5p pieces to help us count in 5s. The hardest bit is getting on to the next multiple of...

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Talking Tub

Talking Tub

We opened our talking tub today to find out about our new topic. There were some interesting items inside, which led to lots of lovely discussion. The children were able to guess what our topic is. Can you guess too?

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Class 1 Dunster Castle Trip

On Monday 1st April we went to Dunster Castle. We had to imagine we were attacking the castle wearing armour and carrying heavy weapons! It is very hard to attack a castle, they are built on hills - steep hills! Once inside we were taught how to become a knight. We...

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