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Class 1b

Welcome to Class 1B

Mrs Leonard (Class Teacher) hleonard@arnoldmill.notts.sch.uk

Miss Buczko (Teaching Assistant)

Keep safe and keep learning 1B superstars!

Play rainbow eyespy

We can't go to the park or play with our friends. Isolated walks with our household are all we've got so paint a rainbow and put it in your window. We can all spot them and play a giant game of rainbow eyespy! Arnold Mill's rainbow...


After a storm there is always a rainbow! Keep smiling!

If you're happy for your child to be on our class page, please email me photos of them learning at home so we can keep in touch with each other!


HOME LEARNING: Click on the subject areas below for websites with activities and ideas to keep your child up to date with their learning


Please continue to try and do these things everyday:

  • Reading (you can read your reading book, read write book, listen to stories, read newspapers, magazines, leaflets)
  • Practice your times tables 
  • Practice your spellings from your red word spellings sheet
  • Learn your number bonds to 10 and 20 and 100
  • PE (Daily exercise with Joe Wicks on youtube)

A few little reminders...

  • Mondays and Wednesdays are our PE days. Please send kit at the beginning of term. Girls need hair tying back and earrings either removed or covered up for safety purposes
  • Your child will continue to receive a free piece of fruit every day
  • If your child wants tuck then it would be helpful to send the money in for the week on a Monday

           Toast: 25p        

           Cheesy muffin, crumpet: 40p 

           Drink: 45p      

           Milkshake: 50p

  • We will change your child's reading books once a week. Please feel free to come and change them again if needed
  • Please will you check that they are all the children's items of clothing are labelled
  • Please can you send a black tracksuit for PE during the winter months.

Autumn Term Learning 2019