Welcome to Jeffers' Class Page. Our class teacher is Miss Chicken and our teaching assistant is Mrs Walker.
Did you know we are called Jeffers Class after the author Oliver Jeffers? We have really enjoyed reading some of his books in class including 'The Day the Crayons Quit', 'Lost and Found' and 'Up and Down.'
Here you can enjoy looking at photos of our learning and access websites that can help to enhance the children's learning further.
Jeffers have had a really busy term! We have learnt lots and lots and have done so many exciting things!
In the first half term we had weekly visits from Funtrition where we got to taste lots of different foods and learnt all about being healthy. It inspired us to do our class assembly all about our learning in science. Here is a photo of Mrs Walker with the ladies from Funtrition after the last session!
To celebrate Harvest we had lots of activities going on- apple pressing, leaf art and making stewed apples to name a few. The apple pressing was really interesting, they brought in a very loud machine and we all got to try some of the freshly pressed juice! Our grown ups came in to help us with some arts and crafts and cooking to celebrate the harvest!
We have also had a special visitor to Jeffers class- Mrs Egan's teddy bear! Here we are with all our other class teddies, we dressed him up as a vet!
Two pupils from Jeffers class won a pumpkin designing competition and got to carve a HUGE pumpkin at the Garden House Hospice.
After half term, we enjoyed raising money for Children in Need and had another special visitor- Pudsy!
Since then, we have been busy with our learning and preparing for the school play- Jeffers had 23 children with speaking parts and 3 incredible dancers! The children were so amazing and enjoyed all the singing, dancing and acting, what superstars!
Our 2017 Ofsted inspection commented - that we still provide good quality education & a stimulating & caring environment. Individual needs are well met & children quickly grow in confidence. There is a positive culture for safeguarding & pupils said that they feel happy & settled in school.
"I am amazing. Together we are magnificent!"