In Design Technology, Year 1 designed and made different animals, with some very effective results! Well done everyone.
Today in RE Year 1 learnt about the Mass. As a class we recreated the offertory, which meant children walked down the aisle carrying bread, wine, the collection of money and a candle. When they got to the priest he took it off them to turn the bread into Jesus body and the wine into Jesus…
We had a great trip to Williamson Park to visit the Butterfly house and Bug house. During our visit we had chance to meet some of the animals that live there and ask questions about them. Click 'read more' to see photos of our trip.
This shows year 1 having a discussion with Miss Dawson as part of the Internet Safety Day. They watched the 'Lee and Kim' cartoon from the CEOP website to start the discussion and illustrate why they sould be cautious on games and communications on the Internet.
Which one do you think is the odd one out?
Here are some of our suggestions;
The bat is the odd one out as it is the only one to fly.
The hedgehog because it has spikes.
The bat as the bear and the hedgehog are omnivores.
This afternoon Year 1 lead the school in worship. All of the children shared a picture of a friend and some of the children explained why they were friends.
Today Year 1 have been sorting animals depending on what they eat. We had to decide if an animal was a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore.
Year one have had a wonderful start to PE this term. We learnt all about movements using our own bodies-even our chins and elbows! Thank you to Motion Dance, Year One can not wait for the rest of PE this term.
Year 1 made angel tree toppers for this years Christmas fair.
As part of STEM week Year 1 made a bug run for woodlice to investigate which habitat they liked the best. It was very interesting!
Year one have had a great time bug hunting as part of stem week. We looked under rocks, in soil and even in the bug house! There were lots of different bugs, we collected woodlice from their natural habitat.
Today we have been demonstrating our balancing skills in pairs.