In Science this term, we have been learning about autumn. We have observed changes outside and explored many different natural objects linked to autumn. We had so much fun making faces out of our autumnal objects this week!
Thank you to those of you who brought in extra objects from home too. It is wonderful that you are continuing your learning at home
As part of our mastery approach in Maths, the children were introduced to the terms and symbols for 'more than/greater than', 'fewer than/less than' and 'equal to'. The children created their own symbols with lolly sticks and enjoyed a practical introduction to the terminology. The children have amazed me with their skills.
Whilst we pretended that a crocodile had to compare the amount children in a group and eat the most, no children were actually eaten... phew!
Check out our dinosaur bones!
Having been inspired by our English text (Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs), all children designed and made a dinosaur bone! They thoroughly enjoyed this process and it has also supported their skills in DT. The children were then extremely reflective and wrote an evaluation about their dinosaur bone. Well done everyone!
Welcome to Robins Class!
We have had a wonderful first few days back at school. It is absolutely fantastic that you have all been ready for learning on time each day and that you have been so enthusiastic about your new learning experiences in Year 1. Well done everyone!
Mrs Carr, Mrs Wroblewska and I are so excited for the year ahead... We are going to have a SUPER time in Year 1.