As you may or may not know, Superhero Day was held at our school as a means of raising money for CashforKids. CashforKids is a charity that grants wishes for children who face life threatening illnesses or those who are terminally ill.
Thank you to all those who donated and who joined in the fun. As you can see Class One had great fun dressing up as our superheroes for the day.
On Wednesday 11th May 2016 we had a visit from a reptile! The pupils enjoyed being able to hold the tortoise and to look at what features make him an reptile! We also looked at how he moves, his shell, his claws and the food that he eats.
Hello and welcome back to our Summer term 1.
This term will be full of lots of exciting lessons, new experiences and visitors.
Here is a breakdown of what the pupils will be learning.
Our topic this half term is "Animal Kingdom" the pupils will be learning all about different animals from around the world, the different oceans and continents as well as learning all about extinct animals and Charles Darwin.
In maths we are learning all about two digit numbers, reasoning and sorting, more adding and subtracting as well as partitioning and finding possibilities.
We are continuing to extend our writing using good openers and connectives as well as exploring different genres of writing.
We look forward to all the learning we will be doing!
Hello and welcome to Spring Term 2!
This half term Year 1 will be focusing on...
Maths - This half term in maths we are moving on to learning about the passage of time, practising our adding and subtracting facts, more counting and starting to learn all about fractions.
English - We are continuing to write sentences this half term with a focus on extending our writing. Lots of us are very good at writing sentences so now we are choosing different openers, connectives and making our sentences longer as well as using our phonics in our writing.
Topic - Our topic this half term is "Potty Plants" .We are learning all about how plants grow, what they need to grow, all the different plants we can find and why plants are important to our planet.
P.E - As Spring is in the air, in our P.E. lessons this half term we will be using the parachute and playing lots of team games to help with our team skills, improving our strength and our co-ordination, as well as having lots of laughs!
Art - This half term we are focusing on the artist Vincent Van Gogh. We are taking inspiration from his "Sunflower 1888" piece as well as many of this other works. We are also going to be printing using different objects.
We look forward to all the learning and fun we are going to have!
Hello and welcome back to the Spring half term! We hope you are rested and ready to learn.
This half term our topic is going to be "You are what you eat". We will be learning about healthy and unhealthy foods, how to keep our minds and bodies healthy as well as practical food lessons.
The document attached is our topic plan if you would like to know more.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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