Welcome to Year 1
Welcome to Year 1 with Mr Morris, Mrs Goss and Miss Kingswood!
We have a very exciting year ahead of us as we begin Key Stage 1 and we believe it is extremely important to still have plenty of opportunities to explore a play based curriculum as well as developing our key skills and becoming even more independent.
This year began with our topic "Memory Box", learning about the past, ourselves and others. Other topics included "Superheroes", "Bright Lights- Big City". Summer Term starts with our exciting new topic, "Paws, Claws and Whiskers" where will be looking at animals in lots of fun and creative ways!
Some topics will include a creative homework project and we really do like you to be as creative and imaginative as possible!
As always, reading at home is particularly important and we encourage every child to read at home as much as possible to develop their skills learned at school.
The teachers and children in Year 1 are lookind forward to the exciting adventure they will embark on together this year and all of the wonerful things that we will achieve together!
Y1 Poetry Reciting Competition
As part of our World Book Day celebrations on Thursday we are encouraging the children to take part in a poetry/rhyme reciting competition. This will form part of our fun-filled day celebrating the books and characters we love and will give the children the opportunity to show us their...
A Royal Visit
What a fabulous morning in Year 1! The children have had a great time planning and hosting a Royal Tea Party as the launch for our new topic - Bright Lights, Big City. After receiving a letter from the queen on Monday, we have been busy researching facts about her Royal...
Amazing pattern and painting skills shown off in Year 1!
Ordering quantities of objects
Year 1 have been working very hard to order quantities outside. We started working within 10 but we soon started challenging ourselves by ordering up to 30. Superstars!
Information for Parents: How to say the sounds.
Recently, the children were given flashcards to help them to pracise the sounds we have learnt at school. Below is a link to a useful video which is a useful guide to use when supporting your child at home. http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/sound-pronunciation-guide/
The Gruffalo’s Child.
What a fabulous day we have had in F2. We have made our story map along with actions to retell the story of the Gruffalo's Child. Maybe the children could show you what we have learnt using the story map to help them!
Fire Service visit.
We have been so lucky to have a visit from the fire service! The fire fighters taught us about fire safety and showed us what they have to wear when they are putting fires out. We got chance to look at the fire engine and even had a go at...
The Wild West
Foundation have loved learning about The Wild West. They have been visited by Cowgirls on their horses and Sheriff Kelvin and have made their own tepees and dreamcatchers!
Today, F1 went on a dinosaur hunt! They worked hard to make their own binoculars before they set off,and kept count of how many of each dinosaur they saw by ticking them off on their charts.They saw Stegasaurus, Triceratops, T-Rex and a Pterodactyl. When the children returned to...
Do Cows Drink Milk?
Foundation have loved their 'Do cows drink milk?' topic over the last 2 weeks. They worked hard as a team to make this wonderful cow out of natural materials during Trekking - isn't it super?!