We enjoyed looking for signs of autumn in our school garden this week. We found lots of items for our ‘Investigation Area’. We looked at the objects closely and drew the detail closely.
We looked at the school horse-chestnut tree to see what changes we could see. We will look at it throughout…
We have been looking at portraits drawn by various famous artists. We have enjoyed making our own portraits using natural materials too.
We have been learning to “count on”.
We have enjoyed tasting fruit from other countries and finding where it was on a globe. We discussed how the various fruits would have journeyed from country to country.
We loved meeting Harold the giraffe today! He was telling us all about our wonderful bodies and how to keep healthy.
What a brilliant couple of days we have had settling into Y1. Here are just a few photos to show what we have been up to.
Year 1 today started off their ‘Brilliant Bodies Brilliant Minds’ learning with a spot of History!
We talked about what History learning looks like and the difference between past and present. The children looked at different pictures and decided if they should be sorted into the past or…
We have a great time playing wheelchair basketball today with John from Lancaster Bulldogs. Thank you so much.
The children had a great time catching and throwing and completing an obstacle course today. A big thank you to the students for taking the lesson and the medals went down a storm.
A big thank you to the Gardening Club particularly Mr Long, Mrs Nemeth and Mr Mellor for planting potatoes with the class. We are looking forward to watching the plants grow and then digging up the buried treasure later in the summer term.
Today we have been investigating different textures in our garden. We did rubbings and showed them to our friends to see if they could guess what the original object was.