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- 26th MarPlayground Zones
This Monday saw the launch of our long-awaited Playground Zones during the lunch break. In a break with tradition, the children are no longer bound to a particular playground depending on which year they are in.
- 26th MarCertificates Assembly & John's Story performance
As we approach the end of term, we would like to remind parents of the arrangements for the last week.
- 9th MarReading Week
This week, the children have had an incredible, reading-inspired week.
- 9th MarCONVO
- 6th MarWorld Book Day Parade
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Year 1 Staff
Mrs Hames - Class Teacher
Mrs Sousa - Class Teacher
Mrs Medland - Teaching Assistant
Current Topic (Spring):
Bright Lights, Big City
Hop on board a big, red bus and head for England’s capital. Yes, that’s right, we’re on our way to London! This half term, we’ll take tea with the Queen and visit Buckingham Palace online. Using maps and research, we’ll locate Buckingham Palace, understand compass directions, plan routes around London and learn about the countries of the United Kingdom. Our research will take us back in time and to famous London landmarks, as well as giving us an understanding of what it’s like to live in a big city.
Previous topic (Autumn 2):
Paws, Claws and Whiskers
Big cats, small rats, tiny fleas and buzzing bees! This half term, we’re going to discover that animals come in all shapes and sizes! Meeting an animal expert will allow us to ask and answer questions, share information about the pets we have at home and write animal information booklets. We’ll study animal artwork, draw detailed animal pictures to capture their special features and make collages, sculptures and prints. The Tiger Who Came to Tea will make us laugh, and we will have fun reading and acting it aloud. We’ll spot similarities and differences between animals, look at different habitats around the world and investigate camouflage.
Spring Term Assembly Songs
Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner
Feed the Birds (backing track)
Click on the correct date below to download the home learning pack for that week.
Here are all the links discussed in this week's (01.02) Home Learning:
Extra phonics sheets for this week (30.11.18)
Sing along to 'Oranges and Lemons', the song Year 1 are learning for Reading Week!
Need help with money? Use this handy game
Practise doubles and doubling at home
Test your doubles knowledge with a few round of 'Doubles Archery'
Check below for other games, songs and videos related to the topics covered this term!
Sing along with the Singing Walrus and practise your numbers to 20!
Or, practise 1-10 with this video
Boost your 3D shape knowledge with this video
Click the links below, or join in with the video!
Help your child practise using prepositions with this fun video - Where's the Monkey?
For the second half of the Spring term, Year 1 will be focusing on the story of Dick Whittington and his Cat. Read it here.
'Katie in London' by James Mayhew
'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Judith Kerr.
'Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge' by Mem Fox.
You can find this week's spellings on the Homework cover sheet
Time for the Bedtime Wiggle!
Or, have a sing-a-long at home to the Water Wiggle!
Now you can do the Healthy Teeth Wiggle, too!
If you enjoy reading the Wednesday Word with your child, why not check out the Wednesday Word Kids' Area, where there are games and activities to support their scriptural education
Check back here for more useful links and resources to support your child's learning.
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