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Year 1 Ruby

Welcome to Ruby Class - Year 1.

Class teachers: Miss Yates (Mon/Tues/Wed) 

                   Miss McHugh (Wed/Thurs/Fri)

 

Teaching assistants: Mrs Lindsay and Miss Orru.

rubies are known as the stone of courage.

They are thought to energize, balance, bring happiness and encourage a passion for life. 

 

Thank you for visiting our class page. Here you will find lots of information about the fun and exciting things we are learning! You will also find important information, our timetable, helpful resources, websites and more.

* If your child is being collected by someone different to usual,

  please let us know in the morning. We will not allow children to

  leave with a different adult if we have not been informed

  beforehand.

* In year 1, we will be encouraging the children to be more

  independent and will not be going through their book bags. Before

  entering the classroom, please help your child to put their

  reading record with reading book, in the correct box and their

  water bottle in the tray.

* Numbot logins are stuck inside the back cover of the yellow

  reading record. 

 

 

UPDATES:

20/10/21

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

We have now set up Google Classroom for use after half term. The usernames have been stuck in the back of the yellow reading records, along with a classroom code which you may need when joining. Please follow the instructions below to access the Year 1 Google Classroom. If you have any problems logging in, please email the office or the parent email address: office@whitingshill.barnetmail.net. 

 

***PLEASE NOTE - THERE ARE NO GAPS IN THE USERNAME***

13/10/21

PARENTS EVENING

It was lovely to speak with so many parents and carers this week. We are so pleased with how the children have transitioned from Reception to Year 1. 

11/10/21

SINGING ASSEMBLY

Well done to Jasmin who was to chosen to be our class song boss during this weeks singing assembly.

20/9/21

SHOW AND TELL ASSEMBLY

Well done to Eshwar who was chosen to share his fantastic learning in assembly today. We were really impressed with his drawing and how he described the Gruffalo. 

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