Class 1

As part of our history learning, we are looking at homes in our local area. We have been on a local walk and seen lots of different houses. These included; flats, bungalows, detached and semi-detached houses! We then started to look at how houses have changed over time. We looked closely at Celtic, Tudor, and [...]

Y1 enjoyed spending our Class Dojo points and redeeming a reward. This time lots of us chose to have fun at the movies!

We have been learning all about remembrance. We watched videos that explained why and who we remember. We thought carefully about how the soldiers might have felt during the war. To show our respects we walked to the local cenotaph on the 11th of November. Here we remembered the soldiers with a 2 minutes silence.
As part of our Geography learning, we have been looking at the four seasons of the year. We went on a seasons scavenger hunt around our school grounds to investigate what season we are in. We found lots of golden leaves that had fallen from trees, sticks, and berries. After a discussion about our findings, [...]
In art, Year 1 are developing their skills in painting. They are exploring primary colours and mixing colours to make secondary colours!
One of our writing learning journeys this half term has been all about the book Stickman. During the week we completed different activities based on the book. We have been developing our comprehension skills, making our own stickman, learning about the seasons of the year, and writing sentences to retell the story.

Last week, Year 1 and Year 2 visited the Cenotaph to pay their respects for those who fought for us and are still fighting for us today. We wore our poppies with pride. We created our own poppy wreath to show our respects. Lest we forget.

Y1 and Y2 have commemorated the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore and they’ve discussed how he has influenced us.

Year 1 have been busy drawing our own superheroes using line drawings.

Our Year 1 bubble have been busy learning phonics and all about the story A squash and a squeeze by Julia Donaldson.