Welcome to Perivale!
P.E is on a Tuesday and Thursday, so please ensure kits are in on those days (earrings also need to be removed at home if your child is unable to remove them by themselves).
If you need to change your reading book, please write your name in the bubble on the whiteboard in the classroom.
Homework will be distributed on a Friday (Phonics/English and maths on alternating weeks), it would be great if everyone could have a go!
Class Email: Perivale@connectedlearningmat.co.uk
Welcome to Perivale's class page!
Class teacher: Mrs. L Bearman
Hello, I'm Mrs. Bearman and I am so thrilled to be Perivale's class teacher this year. I have worked in our Connected Learning MAT since 2015 and joined Templars Academy in 2020. I am very excited to work alongside the children and parents to make sure that the children make a great start to their time in Key Stage 1.
Three facts about me!
1. I have a young daughter called Betsy.
2. I love doing and teaching art in any form- drawing, painting, sculpting and much more!
3. I am ambidextrous which means I am able to use both hands to write and do other tasks (which comes in really handy!)
Our class LSA is Miss Grace who is excited to work with Perivale this year.
In phonics, most of the children are now consolidating Phase 5 sounds and alternative graphemes. Year Ones need to be able to blend and segment using their sounds and we are slowly building strategies for them to pass their phonics screening check. We also work with Pearson's Bug Club Phonics to make sure the books they are reading are in line with the sounds they are learning.
Number and Place Value is the first topic of focus in Maths in Year One and as we follow the Power Maths work scheme, the children will learn strategies through characters to help them to count, add, subtract and order. We are currently working on numbers to 50.
This year, Perivale will be learning all about the world around them. They will be learning about plants and plant parts. In our Connected Curriculum, we are learning about the school days and comparing schools in the present day to Victorian schools.