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Gallery 2018-2019

RSPB Birdwatch 10.1.19

Year 1 children have been working hard to research different garden birds so that they could help the RSPB with the school bird watch.

Everyone had a fabulous time working with their families to do lots of bird themed activities. Everyone made different bird feeders to take home and help feed the birds in our community.

Winter Walk

Children in year 1 developed their scientific understanding about seasonal changes when they went for a winter walk. The looked for changed that had occurred since the Autumn and explored their senses to notice the world around them. They were delighted to finish with a delicious cup of hot choolate!

Christmas 2018

Christingle 13.12.18

Autumn Walk - October 2018

Year 1 have been exploring their senses and developing their descriptive vocabulary through an Autumn walk. The children loved using our fabulous school grounds to think about what they could hear, smell, see, touch and taste (a parkin treat at the end!). They are using their ideas to write senses poems.

Children in Need - November 2018

Fruit Kebabs - September 2018

Y1 have been helping the fictional book characters Charlie and Lola to be healthy. They have researched healthy eating, and read and written instructions for a healthy fruit kebab. They worked hard on their design technology skills to create and make a fruit kebab to tempt Lola to try new foods.

Birthday Party - September 2018

Y1 have been busy planning and preparing for the birthday parties for their class bear. The have been busy writing lists and invitations, and have been developing their food technology skills through making party food. It was a fabulous party!

Maths - September 2018

Y1 have been demonstrating their super maths through a range of activities. They have shown they can recognised lots of numbers and the values of them, and also found lots of different number bonds. Their work on more than and less than has led them to learning some new mathematical symbols and they can now use < > and = brilliantly!

Gallery 2017-2018

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