CLASS 3 - MISS WARDLE
CLASS 4 - MR ROSS
TEACHING ASSISTANTS -
MRS WIDDOWSON & MISS DOBSON
Our Memories to treasure from
Wednesday - Indoor P.E
Friday - outdoor P.E
This term we are going on an Adventure...
Pack your bags, get your passport ready because there is a trip of a life time in store for you Year 1!
This week we are in...Australia!
On Monday we landed in Australia and found out about the animals that live there, the places that are great to visit and engaged in some Aboriginal dancing. This week we have been hiking around Uluru and learnt an Aboriginal story. We told the story traditionally by speaking it and teaching it to others. We have also learnt about Aboriginal art and made a design for our digeridoo’s. Oh, what fun we have been having!
We are in Italy!
RSC Week - The Merchant of Venice
Upcoming Parent Event Cancelled due to lack of numbers
Roll up roll up Year 1 grown-ups!
Come along and join us for a game of Bingo!
On Tuesday the 3rd of March Year 1 are having a parent event.
Who will win the prizes?
We will start with some bingo games.
If you didn’t manage to attend our first Phonics workshop this will be great for you. If you did come before, please still join us because there will be some helpful tips and ideas regarding reading and writing.
We followed the instructions, made our catapults and tested them out on our homework castles! The children were brilliant and did an awesome job! Well done year 1, Hector has now made a bigger version and will use it to rescue Robin Hood.
Out topic is the Knights of Old Basford.
This topic is a mystery for the children to solve. From our class story we have found out that the Big Bad Knight has taken Egbert and the children are trying to help Hector track down and rescue him.
Egbert has been returned to us safe and sound!
What an adventure he has been on, he is now happy to be back in year 1 helping us with our Literacy.
Thank you to Robin Hood and Hector who helped to save him!
Year 1 Robin Hood said he couldn't have done it without your instructions, so a huge well done!
Yesterday we found out that we could not enter our classrooms because something mysterious had happened! So, we decided to become detectives and search for clues. The children were brilliant at finding all the clues and collecting the evidence. Egbert has gone missing but do not worry we know he is safe. The mystery continues…
See pictures below the news reports.
We created a newsround report
Hunting for clues!
We went also went on a hunt around the school grounds. The children were brilliant at using their Phonics and reading skills to read the clues and find out where the next clue was situated. The clues gave us lots of information and has helped us to form ideas of what might have happened!
Our Autumn 2 Topic Is
The Night Adventure...
Knowledge organiser - The Night Adventure
Thank you to all the Parents who came to our 'Night Adventure' we had so much fun!
It was great to see you at school taking a peak into all the activities your children have been immersing themselves in over the last half term.
Artists- Van Gogh and The Starry Night
Readers-Stories around the campfire with hot chocolate
Readers and Investigators- Hunting for clues about the nocturnal animals
…and so much more!
We have been making Christmas decorations from scratch. What a treat! See if your child can talk you through the steps of how to make them.
How to make Christmas Decorations
You will need
1 cup of salt
2 cups of flour
1 cup of water
Food colouring (optional)
Christmas biscuit cutters
Paint (Christmas colours)
1. Mix together the flour and salt in a large mixing bowl
2. If desired, add 5-10 drops of food colouring to 1 cup of water.
3. Stir the water into the flour and salt in the large bowl.
4. Roll out the dough on a flat surface and knead it together. It should be soft and pliable.
5.Make models and ornaments.
6. The dough can be left to air dry or dried in a low oven 120-150oC. The time the dough takes to dry will depend on the size and thickness of your creations.
Autumn 1 Topic
We've Got The Power
We have moved our wormery to the compost heap!
7th October 2019
Today we had the power to make recycled art!
Thank you to all those parents and carers who came to help out with our creative workshop today, we couldn't have done it without you!
The children and parents looked like they were having such a good time. We have been learning all about materials and recycling linked to our story Superworm. So today we made birds and spiders from recycled material, please have a look on our trees on the trim trail and you'll see the children's amazing creations.
Our FirstTopic is...
We've Got The Power!
We have been learning all about different super heroes and their powers. We have also started to read the story Superworm by Julia Donaldson. This has inspired us to go on a bug hunt and create our very own class wormerys.