World Book Day
NSPCC numbers day
We explored mini-beast habitats and used magnifying glasses to get a closer look! Year 1 predicted they would find lots of mini-beasts in dark, wet places- and they were right! We found lots of mini-beasts hiding in leaf litter and under fallen trees. We also found a hedgehog and agreed that the school playground was not the best habitat for him!
CHAT Teddy Bear Sleepover
In support of CHAT (Churches Housing Action Team), year 1 donated £1 each and invited their teddy bears to spend the night at school. When we got to school the next day the teddies had been very busy doing some maths work, reading and having a snack! We learnt about homelessness and how our donations would help children who didn't have a safe home to live in.
Last week we were lucky enough to have a special visitor in Year 1, Miss Gibb brought her Jack Russell Dottie in for the afternoon! This is part of our science learning and our topic learning on pets this half term. Year 1 had lots of questions for Miss Gibb about Dottie and Dottie had a lovely time too!
RE - Re-enacting our own Pentecost Plays
Celebrating the Royal Wedding - May 2018
Breaking news: Aliens crash land on our school playground. Year 1 investigate the crash site
Celebrating Chinese New Year 2018 - The Year of the Dog
Number Day - 2nd February 2018
Year 1 have enjoyed creating their own actions for rhymes and then performing their rhyme to the class.
Hot Chocolate and Story Telling in the Forest
Using a paint programme to create firework pictures.
Fire Safety - A visit from the Fire Brigade
Technology - Year 1 have been learning to use coding.
Religious Education - Exploring God's amazing creations
During their computing lesson, Year 1 children practiced programming a Beebot, using the correct coding to make it move along a desired route.