What a lovely the way to end the half term, an afternoon with our Grandparents. We made them sandwiches and had biscuits as we talked about what it was like when they went to school.
Well done to Jason this week for super independent writing in English. He used full stops, capital letters and finger spaces! Keep up the good work!
In English this week the children have been looking at features of a recount. They have created their own freeze frames of a Baptism to support their writing next week.
The children have had a great day using paint and play dough to practice their number formation, as well as playing number games and even a game of bingo!
In Year 1 we have been using oil pastels to create self portraits. We had to think about the shapes and colours we used. Some of the children even used the smudging technique! We had a fabulous afternoon.
Tags: Art & Music
As part of our senses work in science the children were investigating the question - Why do some children not hear the bell at playtime? They decided they wanted to test if their hats and hoods made a difference to the sound of the bell.
The children have worked hard on their gymnastics routines and have now started to include apparatus.
In Year 1 we have been writing number stories. We had to read a number story and listen for the maths clues. Then we had a go at writing our own. It was fun but tricky!
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.