Marc Year 1
Welcome to Marc Class!
Teacher | Miss Black
TA | Mrs Davies | Mrs Hill
Important Class Information
- Homework is given out weekly on a Wednesday and is due the following Monday. This includes, English/Topic, Math, Number bonds and Spellings.
- Spelling and Number bond tests will happen weekly, on Mondays.
- Please ensure reading books and reading records are brought to school everyday. Children are given the opportunity to change their books weekly, on Tuesday and Thursday.
- PE kits should be kept at school. PE lessons are currently on Wednesdays (indoor) and Thursdays (outdoor). After half term outdoor PE lessons will be on Monday.
PowerPoint Presentation from Meet the Teacher
Mathematics Mastery Vocabulary List
Mathematics Mastery Parent Pack
Who was Franz Marc?
Marc Class are inspired by the bold paintings of the German Expressionist, Franz Marc! Marc lived 1880-1916, he is most famous for his paintings of brightly coloured animals, such as his aptly named piece, 'Blue Horse'. Many of Marc's works champion the prime colours of red, blue and yellow.
This week we got creative and tried lots of artistic techniques like; painting, printing, sketching and mixing colours!
To start, we learnt all about our class artist, and created our very own abstract pieces. To create our art work, we chose bright and bold colours (just like Marc) to make an eye-catching background, next chose an animal shape to draw around on a contrasting, brightly coloured piece of card. We carefully used scissors to cut out the shape, and stuck it to the foreground of our painting.
We even painted our hands for our 'High Five' class rules display!
Deck the Halls!
With only two weeks left until Christmas Day, Team Marc Class worked together beautifully to decorate our class Christmas tree. With a lot of creativity and problem solving (especially when untangling the lights!) we think we did a great job to make our class room look ready for the festive holidays!
Christmas Jumper Day!
Friday 13th December
Longlands have helped to raise money for 'Save the Children' by wearing our most silly and Christmassy jumpers!