In science the children have been investigating the question - Does the child with the largest feet have the largest hands?
The children in Year 1 have been using the story map to learn Little Red Riding Hood.
In PE this week the children in year 1 have been practicing travelling in different ways including bunny hops, bear walks and caterpillar walks.
To start our work in Geography Week, the children explored a huge map in the hall, locating different countries.
In science, the children explored the school grounds looking for signs of Autumn.
As part of The Year of the Eucharist, the children went to Lancaster Cathedral to look at the tabernacle with Mrs Dickinson.
The children had a great afternoon making healthy cereal bars for their breakfast and parents came along too!
In our topic work, Year 1 have started to learn about The Great Fire of London. They designed and created a new role play area - the bakery where the fire began.
In PE this week the children have been practicing their rolling skills.
For our visit to the Cenotaph we prepared some poems all about the war. We choose a few to read out at the Cenotaph. Thank you to all our parent helpers, without them we couldn't have visited.
We went with Year 6 to visit our local Cenotaph. We made a poppy 'wreath' to show our respect. We are looking forward to learning more about peace next week during Peace Week.
Today we combine DT and Geography. We were given 6 different breads and had to label them to the correct picture and then figure out which country they came from.
Then we were given samples of each of the bread to match up with the pictures. Once we had done that we were allowed to taste the…