Welcome to Ahlberg Class.
Our classes are named after authors (people who write books).
Our class is named after Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Allan wrote the stories and Janet illustrated (drew pictures) them.
Have you read any of their books?
You will find lots of these books in our class library.
Perhaps you could tell us if you have any of the Ahlberg’s books at home?
On Tuesday 5th March (Shrove Tuesday), we made and ate pancakes. We learnt words like sieve, sift, whisk and toss! We said the pancake rhyme as we mixed the pancake mixture.
Stir a pancake,
Mix a pancake,
Pop it in the pan.
Fry the pancake,
Toss the pancake,
Catch it if you can.
We also sang the pancake song we have been learning.
It’s amazing how busy one session of Forest School can be! As well as our ‘every session’ activities like the swings and ‘off you go time’, we always have other activities to take part in. On the 28th January, these are some of the things we got involved in: digging in the tyres, raking and leaf collecting, building, climbing, stick collecting, weighing using the balance scales, making our own obstacles to jump off, finding Forest School treasure (and counting the flowers - we always try to use our counting skills!), using the new stands to make a ball run, trying to catch the ball at the end and investigating how quickly the ball travels when we alter the height of each section, using tools (learning how to use a hammer), as well as enjoying time with our friends. Phew! What a list - and I’m sure I have forgotten some!!
We had to be brave to try this activity! We had to climb onto the crates, across the bench and then balance on the tyre. As we got braver, some of us started to do trickier poses and balances on the highest crate. Everyone had a go and lots of us had several goes. By the end, nobody wanted any help from the adults to steady themselves!
Miss. Brimble and Miss Thyer were very proud of everyone.
We’ve been busy exploring lots more things in the classroom.
We have started learning our letter sounds (phonics) and lots of us are having a go at writing the letters in our choosing time.
We have been learning about fire safety and how to behave whilst we have the fire lit. We listened to the sounds the fire made. We talked about what to do if the smoke was blowing in our face. Some children added sticks to the fire.
A New Start.
We have been enjoying getting to know everyone, making new friends and exploring new equipment and games. We are getting to know routines and seeing new places around school. We have had a wander around the copse where we will do Forest School.
Here are are a few photos showing us being very busy and having fun!
To begin this half term we will be getting used to being in school and our new classroom routines.
We will be trying lots of new things and trying hard to listen, share and get along with each other!
Later this half term our topic will be 'Celebrations and Commemorations'. We will link this with our School birthday celebrations as well as celebrations in different cultures.
We will start to go out for Forest School sessions (Miss Brimble will send a note home before hand to let you know when our first session will be). We will learn about fire and fire safety as well as do some number work, phonics and have plenty of exploring time.
We will soon be sharing our 'All About Me' bags and learning things about each other.
If you would like some ideas about E-Safety please click here
Apps that may be useful.
These are some some apps that Ahlberg Class may use during Computing lessons.
You may like to have a look at them yourself and your child might enjoy using them at home.
Monster Hunt - improves memory skills
Hairy Letters - phonic practise
Jigsaws 1,2,3 - problem solving with puzzles
Teach Your Monster to Read - there is an app you can purchase but if you have access to a computer/laptop it can be used for free.
Please remember that you are welcome to pop in and see us before or after school. If you are unable to come into school you can get in touch via the school contacts page.