This term, our topic is 'Operation Survival'. We will learn about the trees and animals in our local woodland.
We have spent the last few weeks, learning about Easter. We have learnt why and how Christians celebrate the festival. We have designed our own Easter gardens, made Easter cards for our neighbours, bakes hot cross buns and created some rather spectacular Easter bonnets for our parade.
This term, we will be looking at the continent of Africa with a particular focus on Kenya. Please have a look at the topic web below for more details of the aspects we will be learning about.
During December, we learnt about Christmas and the ways people celebrate. We worked hard to learn our lines for the nativity 'A King is Born', enjoyed a special Christmas dinner with our friends and had a great time at the theatre watching a show. On the last day of term , we had a great Christmas breakfast with our elf Wilf.
A King is Born - Class 1 Nativity 2017
Below are some photographs of our Nativity, 'A King is Born,' that we performed for our friends and families at St Edwards Church in Shaugh Prior.
Learning Makes Us Happy!
The Great Fire of London!
This half term, we have been learning about the Great Fire of London. We have learnt about how the fire started in a bakery in Pudding Lane and spread across London burning down thousands of houses. Our photos below show our exciting learning journey.
Welcome to the autumn term!
During the autumn term, we will be learning about food and the food we can eat to keep our bodies strong and healthy. We will investigate lots of different food from all over the world and from a range of cultures. With the help of local producers, we are looking forward to finding out where our food comes from. We will design, make and evaluate recipes for our friends and families to enjoy.
In maths, we will practise counting in lots of different ways from lots of different numbers. We will practise writing numbers in words and numerals up to 100 (20 EYFS). We will learn to represent numbers though drawings, objects, pictures and the number line. We will learn to add and subtract numbers and recall our number facts.
In English, we will write for a range of purposes. We will write recipes, labels and menus for our friends and families. We will read recipes to help us create some tasty treats to help us grow up big and strong. Each day, we will take part in phonic activities to help us recognise letter sounds to help us read and write. We will enjoy guided reading sessions with our friends, giving us time to talk about what we have read.
Have a look at our topic webs for the autumn term;
Introducing the newest members of Class 1!
This September, we have welcomed 4 new children into our class. We cant wait to share our learning journey with our new friends!
The Summer Term in EYFS/KS1!
This term, we learnt all about Shaugh Prior. Over the term, we have explored and investigated the local area by creating our own maps and recording the weather each day. In Science, we continued learning about plants and trees and tended to our vegetable patch.
This term, we developed our knowledge of numbers to 100. We learnt to recognise, order and identify missing numbers in order to support our knowledge of place value. We continued to develop our ability to understand addition, subtraction, division and multiplication using one and two digit numbers. We spent time exploring money to help us by ourselves a delicious ice cream at the Eden Project.
In our English lessons, we will wrote poems about the sounds of Shaugh Prior based on the poem 'Noises off' by Gervais Phinn. We wrote letters about our school and asked questions about other schools to see if we had any similarities. By the end of the term, we created a fact file on Shaugh Prior to encourage more people to come to the area.
What a term it has been! Well done to everyone for their hard work!
We had a wonderful day at the Eden project to celebrate the end of another fabulous year. We searched the biomes for Moana from the recent Disney film. We found her house, boat and even her dirty washing! We loved waking on the wobbly bridge. Our feet were very tired by the end of the day so we jumped on the land train back to meet class 2.
A gentleman summed up our year perfectly;
'What a lovely, happy class. You are a very lucky teacher" (Eden project visitor)