Week beginning December 17th
Another busy week for Year One! Our party on Tuesday was great fun and the children looked great in their party clothes. We have still been working hard but everything has had a Christmas theme this week.
I hope you all have a happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year and we will see you all back at school on Monday January 7th.
Week beginning December 10th
What a busy week! Thank you all for coming to see our nativity. The children really enjoyed performing for you and I'm sure you'll agree that they were fantastic. Our Christmas craft afternoon was a huge success too and it was lovely to see so many of you. I had glitter in my eyebrows and the classroom is sparkling!
Week beginning 3rd December 2018
This week we are reading Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. We read the story and then thought of adjectives to describe the witch. We also sang the song for the story from YouTube.
In maths we are revisiting number bonds to 10 and 20. We have lots of games and fun activities to consolidate our prior learning.
In Geography we have been learning about Christmas in China and Spain and how their celebrations and traditions differ from our own.
In Science we have been learning about animals in winter. We have been finding out about hibernation, migration and adaptations.
Week beginning Novemeber 26th 2018
This week we have continued our work on place value with greater than, less than and equal to. The children are now really confident comparing numbers and using the correct inequality symbol to record which is greater than etc.
Week beginning November 19th 2018
This week it is Winnie the Witch's birthday and she has decided to have a party. We have been helping by writing a list of party food, writing invitations and thank you letters and we have been writing instructions about how to wrap a present.
In Maths we are revisiting Place Value and have been working with tens and ones. We now know that 34 has 3 tens and 4 ones or 34 is 30 and 4.
Week beginning November 12th 2018
This week we performed an oral retell of Winnie the Witch for Mr Garrod. We read the story and then made up our own actions for key words such as Winnie (triangle hat with hands) and Wilbur (make cats ears with hands).
In RE we have completed a two week topic on Hanukkah and in History we have been learning about the significance of poppies and Remembrance Day.
In Science we are beginning lap books about Polar Bears. We will be discussing the 'big question' of Can a Polar Bear survive in a rainforest?
Week beginning November 5th
Welcome back everyone, I hope you all enjoyed your break.
In English this week we will be writing about fireworks and we will be reading What's in the Witch's Kitchen? by Nick Sharratt.
In Maths we have a week of Geometry naming and learning about the properties of 2D and 3D shapes.
This week in History we are learning about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot.