Welcome to Year 1!
Year 1 - Bog Baby Wow Day
Spring 2 - March 2019
Our new topic is called ‘Why are humans not like tigers?’
We started our new topic with a WOW day.
We did lots of creative activities in the morning including tiger collages, sketching and mask making.
In the afternoon we had a tea party and a real life tiger came to visit!!! He stole lots of our delicious cakes, biscuits and crisps!!
We all had such a fun day
Spring 1 January 2019
How cold is cold?
Our new topic is all about the Arctic and the Antarctic, the animals that live there and what the climate is live.
On our WOW day we did lots of fun activities, we went on a treasure hunt left by our cheeky class penguin, we tried to make igloos using sugar cubes which was very tricky!!
We also made a collage of Arctic and Antarctic animals.
Here are some pictures of the fun we got up to, enjoy.
Year 1 – Autumn 2
Our topic this half term is called ‘What did we do before cars?’
To start our topic we had a WOW day. We had so much fun building train tracks, making a human train, creating pictures from a train window,
conducting a traffic survey and playing with the small world toys.
We were so lucky because Arthur’s Dad is a train driver so he came into school dressed in his uniform and told us all about his very important job.
Come and see what fun we had
In Science we have been learning all about materials and their properties.
To finish our science and castle topic we had to use what we had learnt to build the strongest possible castle.
We used wooden blocks, lego, junk modelling boxes, stickle bricks and plastic shapes.
Once we had built our castles we had to test how strong they were using the ‘canon balls.’
Look at the pictures to see how we got on.
We are using Lexia Core 5, an online program, to support reading. Our Year 1 children have become very good at logging onto Lexia on the Ipads and now do so independently. Lexia is individualised but identifying beginning sounds, letter names and word building are just some examples of the areas children are practising