Cedar Class (Y1)
Welcome to Cedar Class
Hello, I'm Miss Herrity - it's lovely to meet you!
I am the Year 1 Teacher at Dovecot Primary School. Here's a little bit about me:
- I love Art, painting is my favourite!
- I love music, one of my hobbies is playing the piano.
- I enjoy spending time with my family. We love watching movies and playing games together.
- My favourite food is pizza.
English: The book we are focusing on this half term is called 'Toys in Space' by Mini Grey.
Maths: Our topic this term is Multiplication and Division. We are focusing on counting in multiples of two, five and ten as well as revisiting previous learning.
Science: Our topic this term is light. We will be exploring light and dark, light sources and shadows.
Humanities: We will be focusing on History this term, our topic is Kings and Queens.
Class Dojo remains our most used platform in school and at home - a perfect way for you to communicate with us and vice versa. We particularly love to see pictures of what activities the children do at home. You can also see many pictures and videos of the children in school - fabulous in the absence of our families being able to join us in school.
Welcome to our Home Learning page, below you will find links to websites which children can access during isolation.
Teachers will communicate via Class Dojo and work will be set on Purple Mash. It is expected that completed work will be uploaded on Purple Mash and photographs shared on Class Dojo.
Children will be given passwords for the platforms the school uses ( https://www.purplemash.com ) if you are experiencing any difficulties with logging on contact school on 0151 256 4065.
These websites are regularly accessed during the school day and your child should be familiar with the content.
Times Table Rock Stars https://ttrockstars.com
Purple Mash https://www.purplemash.com
Staff in Key Stage 1 are here to support you, if you have any questions or concerns please contact your child’s class teacher via Class Dojo or telephone the school and we will endeavour to help.