We have been reading Amazing Arctic Animals in Our Guided Reading sessions, making predictions and carrying out Word Studies!...
We are Going on.......a Journey to the Arctic!
Happy New Year and welcome back to Year 1!
What an exciting first week back we have had! Thank you for your fantastic Arctic homework - they are all brilliant. We have all enjoyed looking at them all and learning about the Arctic from them.
On Monday we had an Arctic Wow Day where we had lots of fun being introduced to our new topic the Arctic. From an arctic bauble hunt and sorting activity in the school garden to using globes, atlases, maps and Google Earth to locate the Arctic. Take a look at just some of the activities we did on the Arctic Wow Day!.....
Amazing Arctic Homework.......
Arctic Wow Day!
Hi Year 1,
Here are the Christmas songs which we would like you to learn ready for the Christingle service! Enjoy
From the Year 1 teachers
Song 1: We'd Like to Tell You a Story
Song 2: Little Donkey
Song 3: Rockabye Jesus
Song 4: We Three Kings
Song 5: We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Number bonds to 10
World Mental Health Day -
Thursday 10th October 2019
Barrie class have really enjoyed taking part in World Mental Health Day. We had a great discussion about how to look after our bodies and minds. We have been taking part in Mindfulness sessions all week - the children getting very good at helping themselves to be calm and focus! Take a look at some of our fab photos! :)
Welcome to Year 1
Welcome to Year 1!
We hope everyone had a lovely Summer break and is having lots of fun back at school! Well done all new Year 1 children for an excellent effort in the first few days of school. You are adapting to being in Year 1 really well.
PE Days for Year 1:
Mondays - Indoor PE
Wednesdays - Outdoor PE
Please read with your child every day where possible. Please sign their reading log after they have read to you and we will change their reading book. Please ask your child questions about the book as they are reading, to ensure and check they are understanding what they are reading.
Home reading does not have to only be a reading book. Please encourage your child to read posters, signs and menus when out and about!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to speak to your child's class teacher.