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A fabulous start to the term.

Posted by on October 3, 2017

In Year 1 we have been learning all about ourselves and our bodies. This has been a fantastic topic which has enabled us to learn what our bones are called, what our five senses are, all about our emotions and thoughts and much more.

Can you sing the bones song to an adult pointing to the correct body parts?


We have been working hard in Maths to learn all about number and how we can represent  numbers in different ways. In one of our Maths lessons, we used lots of resources to show different representations of 14.


Can you find fourteen objects at home?

Can you put the objects into the numicon shape?

In History, we have been learning about the past and in particular, the things that have changed in the last five years. We had great fun bringing in our pictures from home and ordering them into a timeline of our lives. We loved sharing our pictures with the class, discussing how we look different in each picture and why this happens. Some of us have had big life changes in the last five years with baby brothers or sisters being born, moving house, moving schools and we loved sharing what has happened in the past.


We are now moving on to our new topic ‘Who’s in the forest?’ and can’t wait to learn all about the different traditional tales. We started our topic with ‘Goldilocks are the three bears’ we acted out parts of the story to relate to the characters and their feelings.

How do you think Goldilocks felt once she had run home away from the bears?



Do you think Goldilocks went back to the house again?


Today we got out our Art books for the first time. We have been thinking about Autumn and all the different animals and decided to sketch an owl or a hedgehog. We broke the drawing down into stages to draw our autumnal animals.





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