Telephone:

01454 867799

Email:

enquiries@barrscourtps.org.uk

Address:

Stephens Drive, Longwell Green, Bristol, BS30 7JB

Headteacher:

D. Webster

Jasper

Name of Teacher(s): Miss Turle

PPA cover: Mrs Ireland (HLTA)

Names of Support Staff: Mrs S Ireland

Welcome to Jasper Class!

Here you will find out about all of the exciting things we have been learning each term, including photographs of us, our brilliant work, and super displays. There may be times when you have a question or query. Please use Google Classroom or your child’s planner to communicate in the first instance. If the matter is urgent, please contact the school office to arrange a suitable time for a phone conversation or a face to face meeting.  

Each day, we ask that the children bring to school their book bag containing their school planner and the reading books that have been provided. We ask that you read five times each week with your child and ‘FIVERS’ will be checked off every Monday for the previous week. The phased books can be read more than once at home throughout the week in order for the children to achieve their ‘FIVERS’. The pleasure book is a book for you to enjoy reading to your child, perhaps as a bedtime story.

During Term 1, Jasper class will have PE on Wednesdays and Thursdays and we therefore ask that children wear their PE kit to school on this day. PE kit does include tracksuit bottoms and trainers and the children can also wear their school jumper and a coat on these days.

See what we have been doing in Jasper Class

Term One

Wow! The children have had a wonderful start to the year and have settled very well into their new class. They are becoming familiar with the school routines and have arrived to school with a smile each morning! As part of our Superheroes topic, the children have been exploring a range of books including Supertato. They have also developed their understanding of healthy eating and practised their DT skills when making healthy fruit kebabs. The kebabs looked delicious!  

In Jasper Class, we have also been working hard to ‘make a rainbow’. When the children complete a learning challenge during continuous provision, they earn a coloured lolly pop stick. By the end of the week, a beautiful rainbow has been created! We have enjoyed watching the rainbows develop throughout the week and all children have been taking great pride in our achievements.  

Term One Photographs – coming soon…