Teachers: Mrs Young (Mon, Tue, Wed) and Mrs Webb (Thur, Fri)
Teaching assistant: Miss Worrall
Teacher: Miss Gibbard
Teaching assistant: Mrs Fernandez
Reading books: All books will be checked on Mondays.
Books can be changed on any day, once the current book has been read twice (on 2 different days).
Spellings: Spellings will be tested weekly (test days may vary from week to week).
Maths homework: Sent home on a Wednesday and due in by Monday.
Friday (PE kits need to be in school everyday)
1NG alternate Mondays.
Please find the Spring term curriculum overview here.
This term our topic title is ‘We are weather forecasters’. It is a Geography based topic where we will be looking at where we live in contrast to other hot and cold locations around the world.
Please find the Autumn 1 and Autumn 2 curriculum overview here.
Trip – Weston Super-Mare
To introduce the Year 1 topic ‘Now and Then’, the year 1 children visited the Victorian seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare. They visited the Weston Museum where they looked at photographs of what Weston was like over 100 years ago. The children also handled lots of old and new artefacts and talked about how the objects have changed from ‘then’ to ‘now’. To experience a typical Victorian, beach holiday further, they enjoyed a delicious ice-cream and a donkey ride along the beach. Since their visit, they have also learned about how school life and toys have changed over time.
After learning about how the Victorian’s watched Punch and Judy when they visited the seaside, we decided to make our own puppets. First we designed our puppets by drawing and labelling them. Then we used different materials to make and decorate them. We experimented with different methods of fixing the materials together including; staples, glue and tape.
To close our Now and Then topic, we held a Victorian day. We all dressed up like Victorian children and took part in activities to experience life as a Victorian. We made a Victoria Sponge cake and learned about how this was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite sweet treats! We also experienced a Victorian exercise drill session, a school handwriting lesson and played games, which the Victorians played including charades, and the slipper game.