“We made fruit kebabs this afternoon because we are learning about being healthy.”
“I liked it when we tasted it” by James
“I liked when we were making it” by Molly
“I liked the oranges” by Jayden D
“I liked the raspberries” by Riley
“I liked the plums” by Lilly
“We loved eating them!” by Year One
Well done to Year 1 on winning this week’s attendance award with 99%!
I wonder what your treat will be?
Year One had a fantastic afternoon on our village walk. We looked at different types of housing and jobs in our local area. We wrapped up warm to go on our walk and had a brilliant time!
What would you like to be when you grow up?
In History, Year One have been writing questions to find out how school and life has changed. To help us answer our questions, Molly’s Nanna and Grandad came into school and shared lots of stories about their lives with us. They also brought photographs in to show us how life has changed. We had a fantastic time and we now know lots of information about how school has changed.
In Year One we have have had lots of fun learning about our senses this week. We had a very important job and had to take on the role of ‘sense detectives’ outside. We also had lots of fun exploring our senses in the classroom. Can you guess which sense we are using?
In Year One we have been talking about why it is important to be proud of ourselves. For homework we were asked to think about something that we are proud and we have shared our stories during circle time this week. Here are some of the things that we are proud of:
I am a very proud teacher!
In Year One our topic this term is ‘Marvellous Me!’ We have had lots of fun getting to know our new classroom and learning about our new routines. As part of our topic, the children have been thinking about what they would like to be when they grow up. Everyone produced an excellent piece of writing and our futures look very promising as we have lots of aspiring builders, policemen, vets, teachers, hairdressers, engineers and bus drivers. We can’t wait to see what the future holds!
Year One had a fantastic time on our visit to Tesco for the ‘Farm to Fork’ trail. We went on a rainbow fruit and vegetable hunt throughout the store, tasted freshly baked tiger bread and also got to experience how cold the freezers were; it was -21 degrees inside! We had a brilliant time and we loved learning about why it is important to be healthy. Thank you Tesco!
This term, Year One are going to be learning about ‘The Great Outdoors’. Over the Easter holidays, the children were asked to create something relating to our new topic. I am so impressed by all of the fantastic homework that has been brought in, as it is clear to see that everyone has tried very hard. The children’s homework is currently on display in our classroom. Well done Year One!
On Tuesday the whole school discovered muscles they did not know they had when Ant Clennan brought his Hiit2OH programme into school.
From the pupils to the teachers everybody had an amazing day and can’t wait to use the programme again in their PE lessons.
Have a look at the videos and photos below to see how much fun we had.