The class team was formed in 2017.
There are 28 people in the first class: 10 boys and 18 girls.
4 children – born in 2009, 18 children – born in 2010, 6 children – born in 2011.
Before entering the school 15 children attended kindergarten, 4 children attended pre-primary school, 8 children were brought up at home. 24 children were from full families, 4 from single-parent families.
There were 10 children from large families. There are two children in the class, Dmitriev David and Menchun Winera, who are under guardianship. There is one visually impaired girl and one boy with a chronic disease in the class.
The children, for the most part, have reached the age of seven and are ready for school. Among them there are 2 boys and 2 girls with low level of readiness for school (Marienko Arsen, Galina Marienko, Pavel Samoilov, Louisa Kuzmenko born in 2009).
In the class 1 girl Kesaeva Vlada reads fluently, Daria Belousova reads syllable-word, 14 children can read and write, 3 children can’t read at all, 9 read very slowly. But there are also those children who have difficulty adapting to school life, to the requirements of the teacher. They have unstable attention, are often distracted, make noise, shouting from their seats . (Marienko Arsen, Samoilov Pavel)
The first weeks of training at school have revealed a group of children who are attentive and active at a lesson, have rather high level of formation of cognitive interest. Kesaeva Vladislav, Belousova Daria, Zhuravel Veronika, Chernetsov Daniil, Gerasimenko Julia, Savkin Denis, Ravcheva Maria belong to such students.
There are pupils in the class who are still learning, cautious, afraid to make a mistake. They do not show high activity in the lessons, although, as a rule, they correctly answer questions, cope with the task, consciously perceive the new material. These are Laisheva Amina, Platonova Albina, Dementyuk Angelina.
There are children who already know skills of self-service, can help each other. But not all children are good with scissors, are not accustomed to manual labor.
The process of teaching students is based on an activity-based approach. The main activity of the class is cognition (learning) and communication. Children have a strong desire to stand out and be praised by their teachers. Learning is not easy for the first graders.
Learning is not easy for all first graders. Four have difficulty with reading, writing and speaking. Three children need the help of a speech therapist.
The discipline in the class is not bad. There are children with unstable attention span, they have trouble concentrating in the classroom and cannot sit in one place for long periods of time. But most of them try to follow classroom rules. They learn to react correctly to what is going on, to be responsible for their actions.
Children form good friendships. But Marienko Arsen, Samoilov Pavel, Dmitriev David often quarrel and get into fights. Minor quarrels may occur at recess, but pupils learned to solve them independently or ask for help from the teacher. Most of the children have a high level of sociability. There are no conflicts between girls and boys. Children gradually gather in interest groups.
So far, few students attend sports sections and circles of other orientation. This is due to parents’ fear of overloading their children. In the second half of the year the situation with extracurricular activities is likely to change. Most parents monitor their children’s progress and listen to the teacher’s comments. Parents are constantly interested in their children’s achievements in educational and extracurricular activities. In such families the necessary conditions for homework are created. The parents are interested in school life. Most parents come to the meetings and they express their active desire to take part in class life and to help in class activities as much as they can.
But not all of the families are concerned with their children’s upbringing. The parents of the Samoilovs and Mariyenko are often away. Either no one or older brothers or sisters take care of the children.
This year there is a lot of work to do in order to successfully adapt the children to school life, as well as to form a team and foster a sense of friendship and camaraderie.
Conclusions: A well-organized work on the adaptation of first graders to school life is necessary. Pupils need to learn how to coexist in a team, foster a sense of friendship and camaraderie.