Class 1- Ash

Welcome to Ash Class
Welcome to our Ash class page, we hope you enjoy sharing our learning. Our teachers are Mrs Berry, who teaches us Monday and Tuesday, and Miss Carter, who teaches us Wednesday to Friday. Mrs Ludwig is our Teaching Assistant.
 
Our topics this year:
 
Autumn term
All About Me 
Celebrations
 
Spring term
Dinosaurs
Growing
 
Summer term
Space
Under the Sea
 
Online Learning Platforms
We use a range of online learning tools; click on the subtitle links below to take a look.
 
Class Dojo
Our main method of communication is through Class Dojo. We share our learning through the class story function and share photographs which celebrate our achievements throughout the school (eg. Stars of the Week and Reading Karate band winners). Dojo’s messaging feature is an extremely valuable tool for communicating with home. We urge you to download the app if you are a parent so that you are able to see what the children get up to in school.
 
Tapestry is an interactive online learning journal which we use to record our observations of our Reception children working towards achieving their Early Learning Goals. Every child's learning journal is individual and personal to them so it is a wonderful way of celebrating your child's special moments in school and seeing what they really get up to during their time here. Parents are also able to add their own photographs and comments about any special developmental moments, or anything which sparks your child's excitement, which you notice happening at home. All parents are sent an email invitation to join Tapestry at the beginning of the school year and we would urge everybody to take this up. It helps to promote the learning partnership between parents and school, and gives insight into your child's development as they blossom and grow. 
 
GoNoodle is our fun and active approach to our wake and shake in school. You can sign up at home to get the children dancing, grooving and relaxing- watch their GoNoodle champion develop their muscles and IQ the more active they become.