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Introducing… Armstrong class!

We would like to introduce you to our next class!

Here we are dressed up for Witches and Wizards Day!

Armstrong class is named after Neil Armstrong – the first man on the moon.

Armstrong is our Foundation Stage 2 class and our teachers are Mrs Starnes and Miss Worrall.

Mrs Starnes commented: “We chose Armstrong for our class name as we were inspired by the bravery and courage that Neil Armstrong showed on his journey to the moon.”

Arthur says: Neil Armstrong’s space rocket landed on the moon.”

Katie says: “There are holes in the moon. They are called craters.”

Isabella says: “You can jump really high on the moon because there is no gravity.”

All of the children in the class have contributed to a class display by helping make a moon.

Mrs Starnes added: “The children have been fascinated by the facts that we have learnt about space and the moon – maybe there are some future astronauts in Armstrong class!”

Here are some examples of the things we have been getting up to in class.

We tasted porridge as part of our learning on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We have also been working really hard on our number recognition skills.

The children loved making 'Get Well Soon' cards for the Grandma in Little Red Riding Hood. We have also been using the new mud kitchen outside!

Each class at Reynolds Academy is named after an inspirational person. Throughout the school year, we will be introducing each class to you to explain why we chose this inspirational person and what we do in our lessons.