Room 10

Shooting for the Stars…
Welcome to parents and students of Room 10

Room 10 currently has 16 amazing, energetic Year 1 children who love learning new things and exploring the world around them with their teacher Anna Harris.

Having a wonderful year at school is important and learning should be fun. In Room 10 we try to make all of our learning as much fun as possible. We aim to be powerful learners, innovators, explorers, decision makers and risk takers!

Please e-mail or contact me if you have any concerns or questions at


Days to Remember  

Friday - Library books due back at school 

Friday - Assembly  - odd weeks, singing - even weeks 

  • Please read with your child every night.
  • Children will bring home a new reader in their book bags every Monday and Wednesday night.
  • Children will have a book containing high frequency words. Please help your child to learn these each night.
  • Book bags need to come to school every day. 

Some things you might like to know about Room 10…

Reading is an important skill and reading at home is helpful in helping your child gain confidence as a reader. Reading should be enjoyable for both the child and the parents, so relax and have some fun! Please ensure that your child reads daily. Readers are changed twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays. Book bags should be brought to school every day.

Concept Learning
Our focus for Concept Learning during term 2 is Thinking and Questioning, under the umbrella of Connecting and Reflecting and Language of Learning.  

Friday is our library day. Please make sure your child returns their library books to school each Thursday so they can borrow some new library books to bring home. Children are only allowed 2 library books at a time. 


Some other helpful tips for parents…

Water Bottles
Please make sure your child has a water bottle that they can use in class. This lessens the interruptions to the students learning time. Please ensure that it is named.

Brain food
We eat brain food everyday around 10. Please ensure that your child has a healthy snack such as fruit, vegetables, or cheese, in their lunch box.