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At St John’s we grow and learn in the footsteps of Jesus.

Key Stage 1 - Class 3, 4 & 5

Welcome to KS1.
KS1 Classes 3,4 and 5 will have a P. E lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays, dry weather permitting. Please come to school on these days wearing P. E kit. 
Trainers will need to be in school each day for the daily mile. Please label all clothing including shoes and trainers. 
All children will need a waterproof coat for break times. Wellington boots not required in school at the moment. 
Please label water bottles. 
Please use school book bags, no rucksacks. 
Many thanks for your continued support. 

Support With Home-Learning

If you need support or guidance with home-learning, please complete the form below.

A summer message from Mrs Sessions

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Suggested KS1 Home Learning for W/B 13th July 2020

A fun booklet for KS1 children to challenge their maths recall!

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Activities W/B 6th July 2020

KS1 Suggested Home Learning Activities W/B 29th June 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Activities for W/B 22nd June 2020

Pick and Mix Fun Activities For Home W/B 22nd June 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning for W/B 15th June 2020

KS1 Pick and Mix Activities

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Activities for W/B 8th June 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Activities W/B 1st June 2020

Suggested Home Learning Activities for KS1 Week Beginning 18th May 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Timetable Week Beginning 11th May 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Timetable Week Beginning 4th May 2020

Suggested KS1 Home Learning Timetable for the Week Beginning 27th April 2020

Useful website links to support home learning for KS1 children

The Forest Puppets

A lockdown project using available materials. a kitchen door and a mobile phone. Made by children aged 8, 7 and 5.

Fantastic work by the Peacock Family!

Katie has had a busy week! Fantastic work - keep it up.

Look at this fabulous photograph of team Bowman wearing their Easter bonnets - beacons of love and hope!

Tatiana draw a picture of the monster that came out of the Pandora's box. Tatiana used mainly the pastels and smudged the lines with her fingers to create a softer look and an interesting background. Although she does not like getting messy, she enjoyed this activity very much. Tatiana described the picture as: "Evil, fear and chaos". Well done Tatiana.

Looks delicious Daniel! Another new skill you have learnt - well done.

Daniel has been very busy planning instructions on how to make a loaf of bread and then actually making it! Great work Daniel - how did it taste?

Our first video from a child for the website! Danny has been focused on a volcano project. He designed and built the volcano, with paper mache, over a few days. When it was dry and painted he used coke and mentos to create the eruption. He is completing a fact sheet and project record about Volcanos. Maybe you could bring this into Class 5 on your return to school Danny? Fantastic scientific enquiry.

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Alexis has been keeping busy by creating Easter cards for her neighbours - what a wonderful idea. Alexis has also written lots of stories for us to listen to on our return to school! We can't wait to hear those stories and see your smiling face back in the St John's family.

Ethan the author! Find out what Ethan loves about his baby brother Aaron.......Fantastic work Ethan.

George is keeping busy! He is reading Mr Stink for book reviews and George has loved going out for nature walks. Well done.

Happy Easter from Mrs Little!

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Read about how Florence has kept herself busy! We are pleased you are keeping in touch with your friends in the St John's family. We are all thinking about you too. Well done Florence.Superstar!

Albie proves himself to be our scientist! During his home learning he has been investigating facts about weasels! Can't wait for you to share your knowledge with all of us. Your writing looks beautiful! Super effort.

Look at the photo of Daniel after he made chocolate roll! Maybe you could teach us how to do this when we get back to school? Well done.

Freya is being creative - you are a superstar! Keep working hard.

Sophia and Ryan are keeping very busy! Well done both - keep it up.

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Monday 30th March 2020

Friday 27th March 2020

Thursday 26th March 2020

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Danny shared some of his home learning today. He now knows Pi to 100 decimal points. What an inspiration you are to us all - fantastic start!

We celebrated the launch of the Year of Communion
KS1 took great care in making their bees wax wraps
We used repeating patterns

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