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Our Class Vision, Promises and Personal Targets

Our Class Vision, Promises and Personal Targets 1
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Our Class Vision, Promises and Personal Targets 3
Welcome to Year 1

On Monday (12/3/18) Year 1 took part in a drama morning which took us to 'the bottom of the bottom of the sea!' 

We met lots of characters and were involved in many activities such as, creating a journey map, bringing the map to life, acting in role as villagers, persuasion and also listening to a story told by the 'Queen of the Sea'. 

The children proved themselves to be fantastic in role and thoroughly enjoyed the morning. 

World Book Day

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World Book Day 3
World Book Day 4

How many cubes will balance the weight of the object?

How many cubes will balance the weight of the object? 1
How many cubes will balance the weight of the object? 2
How many cubes will balance the weight of the object? 3
How many cubes will balance the weight of the object? 4
How many cubes will balance the weight of the object? 5

Spring 2

This half term our topic is 'London'. 

Children know we are learning about London because it is the capital city of where we live. Previously we have located London on a map and we shall be revisiting map skills as part of this topic.

In English, we will be sharing our existing knowledge about significant tourist attractions and also reading and learning to retell stories set in  London which visit these well known places.

We will also be writing a poem using 'Walking Through The Jungle' as a template for our ideas. Lastly we will use all the knowledge we have developed to write a fact page about London.

In all of these writing opportunities, the focuses will continue to be:

  • using capital letters and full stops correctly (including names and I)
  • joining sentences using a wider range of conjunctions
  •  using suffixes  (ed, er, ing, s and es)
  • Including questions marks and exclamation marks in our writing
  • Spelling key words and common exception words correctly

In Maths, we will be learning about measuring - weighing and length. To do this we will be using non-standard units of measure and also introducing cm using a ruler. 

We will continue to revisit skills and methods taught for addition and subtraction to further develop independency.

In History we will be exploring the Gun Powder Plot as a significant historical event.

Home Tasks

Our cursive handwriting is looking fabulous and the children are trying really hard to use this style in their writing. I shall continue to send handwriting practice home so you are able to support your child with the correct letter formation. 

 

Designing Our Own Healthy Kebab

We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design.

We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design. 1
We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design. 2
We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design. 3
We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design. 4
We gathered the fruit we needed to complete our design. 5

We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer.

We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 1
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 2
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 3
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 4
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 5
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 6
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 7
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 8
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 9
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 10
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 11
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 12
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 13
We carefully chopped the fruit and arranged it on a skewer. 14

Finally we ate our healthy kebabs.

Representing numbers in tens and units

Representing numbers in tens and units 1
Representing numbers in tens and units 2
Representing numbers in tens and units 3
Representing numbers in tens and units 4
Representing numbers in tens and units 5
Representing numbers in tens and units 6
Representing numbers in tens and units 7
Representing numbers in tens and units 8

Year 1 Flex Dance

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Spring 1

Our topic this half term is'Healthy Us!' This is a Science focused theme that involves children exploring their senses and naming parts of their body. 

Please find a copy of the Information for Parents below which gives more information about our topic.

Autumn 2

This half term our topic is ‘Hot and Cold’.

The main focus for our topic is to compare climates in hot and cold parts of the world with our own in the UK. As part of this we will develop our knowledge of the world map, naming continents and oceans. In English, we will be reading stories from different cultures and also developing our story telling skills using Talk for Writing techniques. This involves learning the story and being able to confidently retell the story, including using detail to interest the reader. We do this by creating story maps using pictures.  Later on in the term, we will revisit recounting our personal experiences. Children will write about places they have visited and their family holidays in the past. In Science we will be describing weather in the UK and finding out about seasonal changes. In Numeracy, we will explore the four operations, particularly multiplication and division.
The Year 1 children have all been chosen as Stars of the Week today in the Celebration Assembly because they have all settled in well to the routine of their new class. A huge well done everyone!
I am looking forward to meeting you at the Parents Welcome Meeting on Monday 11th September @ 2.30 pm.

Sorting objects in different ways

Sorting objects in different ways 1
Sorting objects in different ways 2
Sorting objects in different ways 3

Sorting objects using their material name

Sorting objects using their material name 1
Sorting objects using their material name 2
Sorting objects using their material name 3

Sorting materials using their properties, such as transparent, opaque, waterproof and absorbent

Sorting materials using their properties, such as transparent, opaque, waterproof and absorbent 1
Sorting materials using their properties, such as transparent, opaque, waterproof and absorbent 2
Sorting materials using their properties, such as transparent, opaque, waterproof and absorbent 3

We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal

We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  1
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  2
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  3
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  4
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  5
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  6
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  7
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  8
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  9
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  10
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  11
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  12
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  13
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  14
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  15
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  16
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  17
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  18
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  19
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  20
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  21
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  22
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  23
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  24
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  25
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  26
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  27
We used Numicon to show our understanding of maths vocabulary - more than, less than and equal  28
We have had a brilliant and busy start to the year! Next Half term our topic is 'Hot and Cold'. If you have any photos from past holidays the children would like to share, please feel free to bring them in to class. 
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