Year One had a fantastic time exploring Warwick Castle!
On Friday afternoon, Nursery, Reception and Year One visited Henley Arts4all Festival for a storytelling session. John told the stories of The Gingerbread Man, The Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood. He was an exceptional storyteller that really engaged the children and involved them throughout the session – we will definitely be going […]
We are well into the second half-term of the year and the children have settled really well. Our topic this term is, ‘Whatever the Weather’. The classroom is looking fantastic with all of the mini weather projects, thank you so much parents for supporting your child with their creations, a lot of work has gone […]
Enchanted Lands In English, we are currently engrossed with Julia Donaldson’s Room on the Broom. We are planning and writing our own version of the text, taking care to use full-stops and capital letters correctly. Next, we will be identifying the key features of fact files and planning and writing our own fact files all […]
Our topic for the Spring Term is, ‘Zooming Around’. Our learning will focus on studying things that move and how transport has changed throughout the years. English This term, the aim is to develop children’s sentence structure. This includes the use of capital letters (for names and to begin a sentence) and the use of […]
A very warm welcome to the new Year One class, you have been an absolute pleasure to teach for the first 3 weeks back! Our topic for the term is toys we, so far, have enjoyed a visit from Tommy Top hat who brought in lots of different Victorian toys for us to play with. […]
Our learning for the Summer term will be based around the theme of ‘colour’. In art we will be exploring how artists creatively use colour in different ways. We will be exploring a range of exciting texts, in English, such as: The Rainbow Fish; The Tin Garden; and The Day the Crayons Quit. These texts […]
Our topic for this term is ‘people’, we will be finding out more about: Florence Nightingale, George Cadbury and William Shakespeare. Letters have been sent out regarding our class trip to ‘Tudor World’ Please bring the reply slips, if you have not already done so. In English, the children are really enjoying ‘The Rabbit Problem’. […]