Class Teachers: Mrs Brown (Class 1/2DB), Miss Purves (Class 2MP) and Mr Wildey (Class 1TW)
Support Staff: Mrs Parsons, Miss Ingham, Mrs Harding, Mrs Barns, Mrs Walsh
Regular Weekly Timetable
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Now let us tell you about how we learn and some of the fabulous things we have been doing in recent times.
On Wednesday, 7th February All Stars Cricket visited Year 1 to take our PE lesson. The children were very excited to be outside and even in the freezing cold they gave 100%. James (our cricket expert) was wonderful with the children. He talked about team work and ensured the children were following instructions.
James set up a few games for us including collecting the cones for their island and coordination games against their partner where they had to follow head, shoulders, knees and toes instructions and then grab the ball on BALL!
The children had an excellent time and a massive thank you to All Stars Cricket for coming in and working with us.
X-Martial Arts - 22nd January 2018
Year 1 invited X-Martial Arts to come and do some work with us during our Indoor PE. The children learnt some punches and kicks and also what to do in challenging situations (thinking about what they should do, talking to a friend or adult and keeping calm).
The children got involved with lots of different activities and following the instructions fantastically! X-Martial Arts were very impressed with the children's behaviour, listening and participation.
Year 1 - Science (Parts of a Plant and Their Functions)
The children have had a lot of fun learning about plants. After an initial input where the children learnt about the different parts of the plants and their jobs, Class 1 had the opportunity to dissect a potted plant. The children worked in groups and matched part of the plant to the given titles. The children were confident in labelling each part of the plant and began to understand their functions.
Year 1 - Art (Sketching and Water Colouring Flowers)
In science we are learning about plants and what they need to grow. Before we started our science experiments, the children had the opportunity to practise sketching a pansy. They had a very good go at using their sketching skills to sketch and then coloured the pansy. Once they had had a practise at sketching and colouring, the children then moved onto sketching and using water colours. The class listened brilliantly to instructions and were very patient with their sketching and their water colours to get their desired outcome.