Sycamore

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All through Lockdown we have been uploading a story a day for the chidlren in class to watch if they liked. Please check our class youtube channel for our back-log of videos.
 

Welcome to Sycamore Class (previously class 3)

 

Sycamore class is the key stage 1 and lower key stage 2 class. We have a great deal of fun and laughter while covering all aspects of the national curriculum. 

We have 9 chidlren in class and 4 teaching assistants and 1 teacher. We spend a lot of time together so we think it is very important that we like each other and laugh lots. 

Please look at the linked documents to read about our most up to date schemes of work and sequences of learning. 

 

Our 'house rules' are:

 

  • clean up after yourself
  • ask questions
  • laugh a lot
  • believe in yourself
  • dance and sing
  • try new things
  • brush your teeth [in the mornings and before bed]
  • listen
  • always tell the truth
  • know you are loved
  • be kind to each other
  • do your best
  • never give up
  • say 'please' and 'thank you'
  • share
  • give lots of hugs
  • practice patience
  • love one another
Have a look at some of our photos to see us working towards these house rules!!

 

As a class team, we are aware of the practices of TIS and embed activities and games in to our everyday work. We have the opportunity to use the expertise of our TIS practitioner who is availble to work with children as well as offer us advice when needed. For more information on TIS and it's use throughout the whole school, please see https://www.nancealverne.org.uk/web/trauma-informed_school/489253 or contact us at school.