YEAR 1Mrs Allom, Mrs Commons and Mr Lyon
Autumn Term 2019
A big warm welcome back to Year 1. We hope you all had a wonderful summer.
Our Autumn Term begins with the topic ‘Our Local Area’. We will look at buildings and houses and how they have changed over the years. We will have a walk out to see what we can see.
Our Science work will be materials and we will be looking at what things are made of and their properties.
Maths will be a combination of number work, adding and taking away, shape and measuring.
There will be lots of phonics work going on in our Read Write Inc lessons, as well as lots of games in class. We will also have English lessons and will begin with work on fairy tales. If you have any, we would love to read them in class.
We look forward to working with you and your children. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to come and speak to us.
Year 1s learning has got off to a flying start. We are enjoying fairy tales and did some fab acting out of Little Red Riding Hood. In maths we have been making some big numbers using Dienes, showing how many tens and ones are in the numbers. Aren’t we clever?
The water fight was a huge success again. The children always look forward to this event and as usual it was great fun. Another fabulous water fight
We had a brilliant sports afternoon and the sun shone for us again. Children took part fantastically and all tried their best. Congratulations to those in the blue team who came first with the most points. A huge thank you to the grown ups who took part too. Hope...
What an amazing house afternoon we all had making and flying kites. Thank you to everyone who took part.
Our Science Week is well under way and we are all having lots of fun. So far we have had gloop, forces investigations, static puppets, flying objects, bubble making and lots more. We have lots of fun activities planned this week including our house time making and...
The children have had a fantastic time playing on the new outdoor equipment and all agree they love it.
It was lovely to see Y5 and Y1 pu pils sharing their reading on World Book Day
Just a little reminder that it is our annual French Day celebration next week. Children can come dressed in blue, white and red for the French flag or in French costume if they would like to! Year 3-6 will be taking part in French crepe cooking workshops with Nick the...
School will be closed on Friday 2nd March due to continued poor weather. Hopefully all back to normal on Monday.
Due to continued poor weather school wil be closed.
World Book Day will now take place on Thursday 8th March.
This half term our English topic is to discover stories from other cultures. Over the past two weeks we have been reading the story ‘Handa’s Surprise’.