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1C week 2 Weekly achievements

Date: 3rd Oct 2023 @ 7:50pm

15th September achievements

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1C PSHE - Our likes and dislikes

Date: 17th Sep 2023 @ 6:27pm

We have been discussing how we are all equal but have some differences. We agreed that it is ok to have different likes and dislikes than our friends, family, peers etc.

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1C Zones of Regulation

Date: 17th Sep 2023 @ 6:15pm

We have been learning all about The Zones of Regulation.

The Zones of Regulation is an approach used to support the development of self-regulation in children. All the
different ways children feel and the states of alertness they experience are categorized into four coloured zones. Children who are well regulated are able to be in the appropriate zone at the appropriate time. I our classroom, we have a display where the children can move their faces into the appropriate that matches how they are feeling throughout the day;

Blue Zone - tired, sad, fed up, sick, bored.
Green Zone - calm, happy, ready to learn, focused.
Yellow Zone - silly, over excited, worried, frustrated.
Red Zone - angry, out of control, terrified.

Why we use Zones of Regulation;
To teach children how to:
Identify their feelings
Be aware of what zone they are in
Start to use tools to be in the appropriate zone for the moment

How the Zones of Regulation are introduced;
Identify our own feelings using Zones language in front of your child (e.g. “I’m frustrated, I am in
the yellow zone”)
Talking about what tool we will use to be in the appropriate zone (e.g. “I’m going to go for a walk, I
need to get to the green zone”)
Labelling what zone a child is in throughout the day (e.g. “you look sleepy, you are in the blue
Teaching children what Zones tools can be used to help them stay in the zone or move to a different zone (e.g. “you are tired, let’s read a book together in the reading area. We’re in the blue zone”)
Referring to the visuals on our lanyards when talking about zones.

Zones Tools.
Zones tools are sensory based strategies that are easily accessible within our immediate environment
Every zone is a good zone and appropriate at different times.

The children have been creating Zones of Regulation posters to help them understand different feelings and what they can do to help themselves.


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1C History - 1950s Britain

Date: 12th Sep 2023 @ 12:12pm

We have launched our first history topic - 1950s Britain

Lesson 1 - Compare toys from the 1950s to today.

by studying and comparing some of the toys that were played with in the 1950's and those of today, we weer able to sort the images into a comparison table. 

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1C Ourselves

Date: 12th Sep 2023 @ 12:00pm

In order to get to know each other a little more, we have been having some circle time sessions where we discussed what we did in the summer holidays, our likes and dislikes, who is in our family and what we enjoy doing. For our PSHE display board, we used mirrors to look at the features on our faces and then used these observations to draw our self-portraits for the display.

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1C Weekly class reading book

Date: 12th Sep 2023 @ 11:17am

Each week we will be reading a different type of book. The book will be read during whole class story time at least three times per week. We will be discussing the front cover, the blurb, the characters, feelings, reasons why, inferring and predicting.

This week's book is;

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1C Week 1 Achievements

Date: 12th Sep 2023 @ 11:09am

1C Achievements

Each week, we will be celebrating our achievements in 1C. such as;

Golden Tie Winner,

Dojo Champions - three children who have gained the most dojos within one week,

PE Stars - three children who have stood out during their PE lesson; behaviour, attitude, trying hard, persevering and helping others.

Trophies/certificates awarded in out of school activities.

Extra learning at home.

8th September;

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1C English - Major Glad, Major Dizzy Immersion

Date: 11th Sep 2023 @ 9:22am

As we prepare to launch our new vehical text; Major Glad, Major Dizzy; 

We had some pictures of old toys for the children to observe and talk about within a group, Encouraging them to consider the objects and how they might relate to each other. It is important to encourage the children to create links between the objects so we generated a discussion between the children about the objects using the following prompts;
• What are these objects?
• Where have they come from?
• Who might they belong to?
• Tell me about the toys...
• Do you have any toys like these?
• How do you think they might be linked?

The children came up with fabulous ideas and were able to explain their reasons for them.


1C Maths - Numbers to 10

Date: 11th Sep 2023 @ 9:17am

This week we have been counting, forming, ordering and naming numbers to 10 both forwards and backwards. We have been counting objects using one to one correspondence and a tens frame. We then matched the numerals and objects to the correct number name.

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