Welcome to Mars Class! We would like to give you a huge welcome to the children and parents of Mars class. Our class is taught by Mrs Robb and Miss Kealey along with our two teaching assistants Mrs McComb and Mrs Flavell. Mrs Robb teaches Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Miss Kealey teaches Mars Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

We will be building on last year’s Year 1 and Year 2 experiences with a balance of whole class teaching, group work, independent learning and play based learning. We hope that as children reach the end of their journeys in Mars they will be equipped to start their next class year becoming more independent and resilient.

We are really lucky to have such a big classroom in Mars! We have lots of learning areas for the children to work independently including construction, craft, games and mark making. We will be using our outdoor bubble space for our learning too.

Our school day is very busy and jam-packed! It starts at 09.00am and finishes at 3.10pm. In the morning we usually focus on Phonics, Maths and Literacy and then in the afternoon other subjects such as PE, Computing, RE or Topic. Mars class also undertake some form of daily exercise in the afternoon and we finish the day with a story.

Reading is really important for your child both inside and outside of school. We hope that your child reads at least three times a week at home (everyday is even better) and get their reading record signed by an adult. Mars pupils will need to bring in their reading records every day along with their reading books. We will listen to your child read at least twice a week and we will also undertake guided reading sessions. There will be plenty of opportunity for children to read books that they love in class and we really encourage this at home too.

We want to thank parents for all the support and hard work this year with regards to the home learning. We look forward to children returning on Monday 8th March. We will continue to  teach your child about the importance of hand washing and keeping clean and safe. Children will wash their hands regularly throughout the day.

Latest News in Mars Class

Fun with Watercolour!

Mars class have been busy with art these last few weeks at school. We have been learning all about watercolour and how to use colour palette’s  and contrasting colours effectively. First we looked at close-up drawing of farm animals. Children then painted their animal heads with contrasting colours…

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Marvellous Mars Back Together!

We have had a wonderful first week back together as a class! It is so great to see all the children playing and learning together! We have been very busy this week with lots of PE and art activities. On Monday the children coloured in a jigsaw piece and decorated it with their favourite colours and…

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Our remote learning

We have been so proud of all the efforts of the remote learning these last few weeks! We want to thank parents and children for all their hard work and efforts. It’s been a challenging time for all but the children have shown real resilience in their learning. Here’s some images of the children’s wo…

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Mars Globetrotter’s Week Home…

Mars Home Learning- Globetrotters week

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Week commencing 29th June

Well done to some of the y1s who attended school last week. It was hot! A huge well done to all of Mars who are continuing to learn from the safety and security of their own homes. You are your parents are doing a great job. I hope you are all enjoying the activities, please don’t forget to share wi…

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Week commencing 22/ 06/ 2020

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and I know all the teachers can’t wait to welcome back some of the Y1s this week. However, for all those children keeping safe at home I will continue to share the learning grids for you to continue your learning journey at home. HLG- WC 22 6 20 Enjoy Miss Wheeler…

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