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Year 1 News

Here you will find all the latest news about our learning in Year 1.

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  • Year 1: Where do Christians worship?

    Published 15/11/23
    Our highlight of the week this week was playing with all the new scrap on the playground and using our imaginations to create amazing things like rockets and soft play areas!
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  • Year 1: What seasons do we have in the UK and how is our climate changing?

    Published 08/11/23
    This week's highlight has been when each class created an underwater piece of artwork altogether!
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  • Year 1: What are the countries that make up the UK, and what are some of their unique features?

    Published 01/11/23
    This week, we have started our new topic learning all about the UK. We learnt which countries make up the United Kingdom and looked at lots of landmarks that we might recognise. In PSHE, we discussed telling the truth and what this means. We looked a
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  • Year 1

    Published 18/10/23

    What do we need to include in a sentence? 

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  • Year 1

    Published 11/10/23

    Dinosaur day and much more!

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  • How many parts of the body can you name and what are their uses?

    Published 04/10/23

    Is there anything we don't know about dinosaurs?

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  • What do animals eat?

    Published 27/09/23

    And does that make them herbivore, carnivore or omnivore?

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  • Year 1 news 22/09/23

    Published 20/09/23

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  • 15/09/23 Year 1 news

    Published 13/09/23

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  • What are the parts of a tree?

    Published 14/07/23

    This week the children all impressed us with their final Star Writes in English and we know that their teachers next year will be pleased.  The children wrote diary entries pretending to be Hamish, from 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Cat'.  In Maths, we have been looking at recognising different coins and notes.

    In History, we have been looking at the similarities and differences between seaside holidays today and 100 years ago.  In PE, the children all enjoyed participating in an interhouse competition playing Scatterball.

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  • How have seaside holidays changed?

    Published 07/07/23

    This week in English we have been learning to write in first person and have been using different sentence types.  We have been using The Lighthouse Keeper's Cat as stimuli and are getting ready to write our own star writes on it, pretending to be the cat.

    In Maths, we have been working with numbers to 100, partitioning numbers into tens and ones and finding numbers on a number line.  

    In History, we have been looking at how seaside holidays have changed and in RE we learnt why colours are important to Hindus.

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  • What were holidays like 100 years ago?

    Published 16/06/23

    This week in English we have been learning to use suffixes.  We have looked at the suffixes 'er' and 'est and used them to write comparative sentences.  We have also looked at using 's' and 'es' to make words plural.  In Maths, we have been learning to find doubles and halves of different amounts and finding halves of shapes.  The children enjoyed taking their Maths outside this week to work practically.  

    In Science, we looked at what plants need in order to grow.  We planted potatoes outside our classrooms and can't wait to see them grow!  The children looked at mixes primary colours in Art, to make secondary colours, and produced some lovely artwork. In History, we looked at what holidays in Britain were like 100 years ago. 

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