Category Archives: Year 1 News

We will Remember

Children in Year 1 have been learning about Remembrance Sunday and have created their own poppies to remember.

A Victorian start to the term

Children in Year 1 have been visited by three Victorian Ladies to start this terms topic of Victorians. Children were very interested in what the ladies had to say and were very keen to ask them lots of questions.

Year 1 – Fantastic Homework

 

This term Year 1 have had lots of fun creating different models for their homework.

 

Year 1 Art

Children in Year 1 have been learning about Aboriginal art during topic and have had fun creating their own crocodiles, bush babies, kangaroos, koalas and boomerangs.

Barnaby Bear Day

On the 7th September Year 1 children have been introduced to their new topic, ‘Where in the World is Barnaby Bear?’ Throughout the day they have been experiencing what it would be like to go on an aeroplane, tasted foods from different countries, used different media to draw different landscapes and create post cards about the places Barnaby visited.

An Amazing Day At Ash End Farm

Year 1 have started their new topic ‘Food glorious Food’ by visiting the farm to find out where all our food comes from.

Year 1 Fun in the sun

Year 1 took some time out of the classroom this afternoon to practice working as a team in PE using a giant parachute.

Year 1 Amazing Animal Hunt

This week Year 1 have been investigating the amazing animals in our environment. They looked at micro-habitats and discovered the minibeasts living in them and they used a magnifying glass to look at the animals in greater detail.

Free Sessions From SEND

SEND Information, Advice & Support Service has arranged the following free session for parents/carers of children who have SEN and Disabilities. View the offer below

What a Mystery!

What  a mystery ! Why were the Year 1 classrooms all upside down? Who or what could have done it? Children began to think about it and  came up with some good suggestions: “It could be a giant”, “It must be some bad men” or “Could it be a dinosaur?” When they helped to tidy up the classroom, the children came across some very interesting clues and in the end decided it must have been a Viking Attack.

Whatch the News report here: https://youtu.be/28Lej3QtUKw