Year 1 Blog

Welcome to the blog for our Year 1 classes. The year group blogs are a great communication tool. Teachers will be posting news, photographs, details of homework, examples of work, and anything they wish to share with their pupils and parents. Please speak to your class teacher if you have any question, feedback or concerns.

Mrs Gibbons

Green Class Teacher

Mrs De Vynck

Purple Class Teacher

We have two year 1 classes. Children in these classes are developing their skills and building on the learning from Foundation Stage. When the children are ready, usually by October half term, the learning becomes based on the Key Stage One National Curriculum Programmes of Study. We still believe that children learn best when the ‘subjects’ are linked in a meaningful way and then basic skills are taught for a real purpose. We encourage the children to take ownership of their learning, ask questions and have a say in the planning process. We hope to motivate all children by taking account of their needs, strengths and interests and provide rich experiences and learning opportunities which will continue to excite them.

Animal Magic!

Following our fantastic trip to Gulliver’s Land (we were so proud of all your children for the way they represented their school!), we are learning about different animals and how we can group them. We have been thinking about different features of different animals and why they are important. Our Gulliver’s trip visit has really fired our imaginations!

 

Here are some of the animals we saw. What do you think their most important feature is? Why?

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Year 1 Trip to Gulliver’s Dinosaur Park and Farm

Year 1 had a busy, interesting day at Gulliver’s today. We did have some rain and wind, but nothing that stopped us doing anything. It was very exciting to see life-size models of dinosaurs and children and adults alike had good fun trying to name them. As well as seeing animals which have long-since been extinct, we saw some very animated, very much alive animals. The lambs and turkeys were very vocal, while the small piglets slept soundly through all the noise. This was a good opportunity to talk about the names for baby naimals and the groups which animals live in. The children have some “slime” to bring home and they made some peppermint sweets too. We found out how to make a seed pot from some newspaper and have planted more seeds to watch growing. A highlight of the day was the boat-trip, when we could keep an eye out for more dinosaurs. The children’s behaviour was excellent and the adults were all very proud of how well they followed the rules and their interest in everything we did and saw. Thank you for sending your children all so well-prepared and early to school, which meant we could leave as soon as the coach was ready. And a big thank you to the parents who gave up their day to help, including making alternative arrangements for children and pets. The effort (and expense) is very much appreciated. Here are some photos of the group I was with. Other photos will be posted soon.

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