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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1.

The Year One Teachers: Miss Potts, Mrs Clyne, Mrs Wrigley.

Year One Support Staff: Miss Friesner, Mrs Palin, Miss Aly and Mrs Dyde.

This Term we are exploring the question 'What can we find in our world?'

We started the year looking a book called 'Here We Are' by Oliver Jeffers. This is a wonderful story that helps introduce looking at all the wonderful things that we can find in our world. We then studied another Oliver Jeffers book called 'Lost and Found'. This is about friendship and caring for each other.

In Geography, we explored the world we live in, by looking at our local area and drawing simple maps.

In Art, we were learning how to draw a penguin using different art materials. Look at some of the wonderful results we have achieved.

In the second half term, we studied a new book called "Nibbles the Book Monster" by Emma Yarlett. This is about a monster who likes to eat traditional fairy tales and changes the story.

Within this half term we looked at British History and discovered facts about Kings and Queens. The children even got to design their very own castles and made them out of cardboard boxes.

 

 

 

Weekly Overview

In the instance that your child is required to remain off school as a result of self-isolating, here is an overview of the learning taking place in class this week.

There are links to useful resources and games that can be clicked to enable children to access their learning at home.

Weekly-overview-for-website-9th-November-2020-3.pdf

Weekly-overview-for-website-16th-November-2020.pdf

Weekly-overview-for-website-23rd-November-2020.pdf

Weekly-overview-for-website-30th-November-2020.pdf

PE

1P  have PE on a Monday.

1CW have PE on Tuesday and Wednesday.

On these days we ask that children come to school in their PE clothes rather than their school uniform.

Weather dependant they can wear their shorts and school coloured PE T- shirt and House PE sweatshirt. If the weather is cold, then track suit bottoms/leggings would be more suitable. Trainers are preferable to pumps as it is possible the children may be outdoors for some lessons.

Long Term Plan

Remote Learning