This afternoon, Father Christmas visited the children in Year One. They enjoyed singing some Christmas songs with him. He even brought all of the children a present! Thank you Father Christmas for visiting us with your elf!
Year One had a fantastic Christmas Party playing lots of games and showing their impressive dance moves! The children enjoyed playing Musical Statues, Christmas Corners and Pass the Parcel. A great time was had by all.
Today, the children in Year One walked to St John's Church. They learnt all about the altar, stained glass windows, the font and many more artefacts. They finished the visit by singing songs from their upcoming Nativity performance, their voices filled the church beautifully. Thank you very much to our fabulous children, volunteers and, of course, to Father Tim and Mother Emily as always.
In Writing, the children have been looking at adding the suffix 's' to make a noun plural. To support this, the children enjoyed playing Quiz Quiz Trade.
This week, Year One have enjoyed their independent learning in the different areas of provision. They have been busy applying their knowledge and skills. Take a look at their busy week!
This afternoon, Year One had a brilliant summer party as part of their attendance reward. The children enjoyed dancing, singing, eating sweet treats and playing party games. At the end of their party, they had a wonderful time popping bubbles outside. Take a look at some pictures from the afternoon.
In history Year One have been learning about the pioneering palaeontologist and fossil collector, Mary Anning. To support their knowledge, Year One welcomed The Science Dome and had a t-riffic time learning about a range of dinosaur fossils and the potential reasons for their extinction. Take a look at some of the photos below!
In Science the children have been leaning to identify a range of weather symbols to describe different types of weather. Today the children applied their knowledge and skills to create their own weather forecasts for different parts of the UK. Take a look at their brilliant forecasts. Ask your child to demonstrate their weather forecasting skills!
In Art, the children have created their own fruit and vegetable prints inspired by the artist, Orla Kiely. Take a look at their fantastic prints below.