with Class Teacher - Miss Burne
Learning Support Assistant -
The Virtues and Values for this half term are eloquent and truthful.
Year 1's class saint is St. Andrew. He is the patron saint of Scotland. As a class we constantly think about how we can be kind to others and spread God's love the way that he did.
REThis term we are learning about Christmas, Jesus Teacher and Healer.
Children in Year 1 will begin to explain why the birth of Jesus was, and is, such an important event. The children will explore the Annunciation together through stories and role play. Later on, we will be exploring the parables Jesus told and we will be able to explain what he is teaching us through them.
In Spring 1, our curriculum is about
Bright Lights, Big City.
Put on your best outfit because you’re invited to have tea with the new King! Use your best manners and comb your hair, as one will not be amused if you don’t!
What do you know about England’s capital city? Let’s find out all about London, including its history, transport and famous landmarks.
Step back in time and discover what happened in the Great Fire of London. Where did it start? How did it end?
Create a model of the bakery on Pudding Lane, then burn it to the ground to recreate the Great Fire. Stand well back and watch how the flames spread. London’s burning! London’s burning! Fire, fire! Fire, fire!
Hang on, there’s someone new in town! Plan a tour for Marley the Meerkat (he’s come all the way from Zambia, you know) making sure he takes in all the sights and sounds of London before he finally meets his family at London Zoo.
Are you ready for the bright lights of the big city? Hop in a black cab or a red double decker bus and enjoy the ride!
This term, we are learning about plants.
We will be identifying the basic parts of a plant and tree, understanding that different plants can grow in the same environment and much more!
This half term Year 1 really enjoyed their FIRST trip out of school. We all headed to Queensway Court to read with the local residents! It was very much enjoyed by all and we would love to go back!
We love seeing your home-learning...this term you have a choice of what you can do and we would love to see as many as possible! Everyone that completes a piece of home-learning will receive a certificate and a chance for Mrs Clarke to show it off in Assembly. Here is this half-term's home learning projects.
* Named water bottles
* Named coats and jumpers/cardigans
*Reading book and reading record book to be brought in everyday.
*PE on a Thursday - children wear PE uniform to school.
Home reading will contribute and support your child with their ability to read, and will develop fluency and expression. Evidence of reading three times a week or more in your child’s reading diary, will earn your child a sticker on our reading chart! Your child's phonic teacher, as well as Miss Burne will be checking reading record books on a weekly basis.
English and Maths homework books are given out on a Friday and need to be returned on the following Thursday with the dated pages in both books completed.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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