Year 1 & 2 - Chichester

Easter Holiday 2020
Missing everyone in Chichester Class, but remember we will get through this time!! 

Easter Activities please see links below

Easter Themed Mathematics Booklet, Easter Themed Basket Craft, Easter Word Search, Easter Addition to 20, Easter English Year One Booklet, Easter Themed Mathematics Year Two Booklet

Art Please try to take part in the 'Clean-up and create at bright new future' competition in partnership with the South Downs National Trust. You will find posters, entry form and learning resources at there are 16 x £150 prizes to be won. I have attached a poster below. We were planning on it being mainly school based however try to get creative at home and let your imagination run away about cleaning up and creating a bright new future. Art is a a fantastic therapy to help during this stressful time. The deadline for the competition is 10th July (but might be reviewed).

Log into with the log in details I gave you inside your small book for Mental Mathematics.  (Any problems please contact Mr. Kolter who will forward a message to me). Please complete the tasks I have set you.  I will be checking these at the end of every school day to give you feedback and to set you more work!
 Reading  Please scroll down to the resource below 60 second reads.  Adults please do not print out the answer sheets, your child can use these to mark their work in red pen.  Continue to read or listen to your favourite books.  If time allows write a book review, character description or some facts you have learnt from your books. You could copy the front cover of the book or design your own!
Science Please see the file below with a selection of experiments you can make at home.  Again just a polite reminder please do not keep asking your adult to go to the shop to buy ingredients.  If you do not have the ingredients then please wait!
Remember these are just my suggestions to help keep your education on track.  Do not stress out about the work, do what you can and the most important thing is to enjoy your learning.
Be kind!
Best wishes from Mrs. Baroni
Coming Soon
After Easter all teachers at St Peter's School will be using a learning platform called Seesaw to set, record and mark work. Children in York Class are already experts at this!  Mr Kolter will let you know in due course how to get started on this.
Welcome to Chichester Class! 
This class consists of Year One and Year Two children.
Our Teacher is Mrs. Baroni.
Mrs. Range, Mrs. Sims  and Mrs. Paynter are our Teaching Assistants.  Mrs. Hays is our Higher Level Teaching Assistant.
Each Tuesday afternoon we are taught P.E. and R.E. by Mr. Dessena (Mrs. Baroni is out of class for planning and assessment time).  
In addition we are so lucky to have the very kind help of Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Clark.
Our topic this Spring Term is Under the Sea!
Please scroll down for links to websites that you may like to access with your child to enhance their learning. 
Please see the link for internet safety first.
Remember please to bring everyday: 
Named water bottle, Reading Record, Reading Book and Mental Mathematics Book. 
  • Spellings are given out every Thursday or Friday.  These will be stuck into the back of your child's reading record.  Spelling tests take place on the following Thursday.
  • Targets for Mental Mathematics are stuck into your child's green book.  We will test your child each week. A new target is set once we are certain your child knows the previous target off by heart in any order.
  • Library books are changed on Wednesdays.

  • P.E. is on Monday and Tuesday. Please leave your P.E. kit in school, these will be sent home each half term and end of term for washing.
Homework Each day please try to:
  • Read your Colour Band or Accelerated Reading book with an adult (just a few pages will do for longer texts). Ask your adult to sign and date in your Reading Record - a comment may be added too.
  • Ask your adult to read out each spelling (randomly) for you to write or say the correct spelling. Do you know the meaning of each of your spelling words?  Could you use your spelling word in a sentence?
  • Work on the target you have been given for Mental Mathematics and ask your adult to help you. Remember to learn your targets off by heart so you truly know them in any order.