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All about Class 1!

 

Class 1 is a fun and friendly learning environment, we provide opportunities for children to explore, investigate and learn for themselves alongside guided activities.

 

Our Class Teacher is Miss Story and Mrs Harrison is our Teaching Assistant. We also have Miss Paisley helping too!

Our topic this half term: Celebrations!

Christmas!

English

This week in English we have been learning about The Gunpowder Plot and why Bonfire Night is celebrated. Year 1 children have been retelling the story of the Gunpowder Plot and Reception have been writing about what they might see/hear on Bonfire Night. 

Diwali!! 

As a part of our Celebrations topic, we have been learning about Diwali and have been making Rangoli patterns using coloured rice!! 

Computing 

Today in Computing, we have been exploring bee bots and algorithms! It has been a challenge for some of us trying to get the bee bots to do what we are telling them to do!! 

 

Art! 

We have been looking at Kadinsky's work and painting in the style of him! Some of our younger children had a go at leaf printing too - very exciting! 

Design and Technology

We have been learning how to use a peeler to peel some of our snacks! We have also been making fruit kebabs/ fruit salad and learning how to chop our own fruit. However, we did have to wash and dry our own plates!! 

Poetry! 

In school, we have been running a poetry competition to celebrate National Poetry Day. The whole school took part to write poems on Bowness/ our local area to enter into the competition. Here are our Class 1 winners, well done to you four but also well done to everyone who entered too, all of the poems were amazing! 

 

 

 

Maths

We have looked at several maths topics this half term including lots of number work, fractions, shape, time and money. 

Science 

In Science this half term, we have been learning about different types of materials and have carried out some experiments. One of our most exciting experiments was investigating which material best protected an egg, we predicted and then tested our our ideas. Surprisingly, tin foil was the best material to protect an egg!! 

Geography

 

 

Planning

When our children are not busy learning through guided activities, they have access to a range of areas inside and outside which they love to explore and learn in!

 

RE

In RE, we have been learning about Christians and what they believe in. As a part of this topic, we went to visit our local to church to look at the features of a church and why some churches may have those features. 

 

PE

 

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