Welcome to Ferrari Class Homepage
Ferrari Class is home to the Year 1 and Year 2 children. Our classroom is in the main building next to Alfa Romeo Class; FS1 and FS2 children. Take a look at the photographs of our learning environment.
We hope you enjoy the below photos of our Ferrari classroom environment.
Meet the staff in Ferrari Class
Hello! My name is Mrs Page. I have been teaching at BFS Naples for over two years. Living here in Italy gives us a wonderful opportunity to travel, learn a new language and understand the Italian history and culture.
Hello, my name is Mrs Connell and I am the Learning Support Assistant in Ferrari class. This is my second time in Italy & working at BFS Naples. My older children enjoyed the school and now my younger children are lucky enough to experience it too. I enjoy exploring and soaking up the beautiful Italian sunshine with the family.
Ferrari Class Information
We have PE lessons each week on a Tuesday afternoon.
Please could the children have their PE kits in school on that day. When it is damp, the children need a separate pair of training shoes to use during PE lessons so they are not wearing their duty shoes in the classroom. If it is cold, children might like to wear a track suit – thank you.
Please could the children come to school each day with a named water bottle, named coat, snack and a healthy packed lunch (no food containing nuts are allowed). It is important that they wear a coat each day so that we can go outside even if it is raining a little bit.
In the warmer months, please could the children apply sun cream and mosquito repellent before coming to school each morning. In the summer months they will require a hat.
Home learning is published each Thursday on eSchools and they will bring home their home learning folder containing the sheets they need to support their learning. Children are asked to complete their learning by the following Wednesday. Children are set Maths, reading, spelling/SPaG and topic tasks. We use both paper resources and online learning sites.
We also ask that the children read for a minimum of 10 minutes each day and record their reading in their Reading Records. Please ensure that your child brings their Reading Record to school each day.
Our topic this half-term is: