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10.7.18 WE ENJOYED OUR VISIT TO THE LAKE DISTRICT WILDLIFE PARK

6.7.18 in year 1 we enjoy playing math's games independently

Year One New Parents Induction Meeting Powerpoint

3.7.18 we are on fire working together as a team!

28.6.18 We have been doubling and halving numbers to 20.

27.6.18 We enjoyed listening to Skylar reading the story of the three wishes to the whole class !!

27.6.18 We used pastels and blended them to make a cold sky for our hall art display.

W/C 18.6.18 we have been busy making volcanoes for our hall display using wax crayons and paint!

We Kung Fu our sentences in year 1!

15.6.18 Party day

we are working on our hall art theme ice and fire!

24.5.18 our visit to the gist wagon

24.5.18 our healthy eating baskets and trolleys

We have been busy having fun enjoying our year 1 world cup football tournament with Nick!

Year 1 began sports week by running 1 whole mile!!

We have learn't about healthy eating and where fruit and vegetables are grown. we have enjoyed acting out the story 'the enormous turnip'.

18.5.18 we now have cloakroom monitors. every friday we will choose two new monitors to keep our cloakroom tidy.

18.5.18 royal wedding fractions

17.5.18 We have collected data in a tally chart and used purplemash to make some pictograms

Measuring capacity using non standard units!

9.5.18 WE HAVE USED THE BUCKET BALANCES TO WEIGH DIFFERENT OBJECTS AND WE CREATED A PHYSICAL BAR CHART

9.5.18 WE HAVE USED PURPLEMASH TO CREATE AN INFORMATION TEXT TO SHOW THE LIFECYCLE OF A BUTTERFLY. wE ARE TRYING HARD TO USE THE CAPS LOCK KEY FOR CAPITAL LETTERS.

30.4.18 We have planted Cress seeds this week and will watch them grow. Next week we will design a sandwich to use our cress.

27.4.18 we have been playing a fly swat game to work on sounds ready for the phonics screening check

27.4.18 in maths some of us have been looking at the place value of two digit numbers

this week Alix brought in some tadpoles. we will be looking at life cycles in science

27.4.18 we have been planting runner beans and sweet william in science

26.4.18 in computing we have been labelling plants and designing our own gardens

20.4.18

This week we have been looking at The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson. We have been writing diary entries, non chronological reports, speech bubbles and created story maps. The children have also enjoyed creating a wall frieze and a small world scene based on the book. Take a look at what we have been up to in the photos below.

20.4.18 Here are our sports champions for this week

Summer Term 2018   

We hope you all had a lovely Easter with your families. Our topic this half term is ‘Our Wonderful World’. Please see the topic web that has been added below to show the activities we will be doing. To start off our topic we will be basing our work around The Snail and The Whale by Julia Donaldson. The phonics screening check will take place the week beginning 11th June. We will continue to work on sounds during our RWInc sessions and we will have lots of opportunities to work on decoding real and nonsense (alien) words.

Your child will continue to receive the following homework to support our class work:

  • Reading
  • Talk homework which is handed out on a Friday and needs to be discussed by the following Friday so that your child can use the information to complete their exciting writing.
  • Abacus maths online homework is set on a Thursday and needs to be completed for the following Thursday.
  • Learn It’s are for the children to read through. If they wish to complete any answers in their book they can. Please can the books be returned each Friday so new Learn It’s can be added in if needed and they will be sent home on a Monday.
  • Spellings and phonics– your child will have 3 or 4 spellings to work on at home throughout the week. Please make sure child has their phonics folder in school on a Friday so new words can be added.

The children will continue to do PE on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the 1st half of the summer term. Please ensure your child has their correct PE kit in school and that all items are clearly labelled. We will be outside for one of our PE sessions so a pair of joggers/tracksuit bottoms and a jumper would be useful as the weather can be very unpredictable. All kits will remain in school for the half-term. If your child wears earrings please can you either remove them on P.E. days or provide tape to cover them.

Please use the home school log book as a communication between home and school. If possible please let us know the end of the day arrangements for your child - bus or going to After 3 Club or one of our after school clubs. Please let us know as soon as you can if someone different will be picking them up. We will continue to send home a weekly note in the log books which will explain what we have been working on during the week.

Many thanks,

Mrs Rickerby, Miss Tarbit and Miss Mossop

 

Our wonderful world topic web

29.3.18 Happy Easter from year 1 we have had lots of fun creating chocolate Easter nests.

28.3.18 As part of our exciting writing we wrote letters to Mrs Hunter about Science week. Today we received a lovely letter from her. Thank you Mrs hunter

28.3.18 easter decoration

28.3.18 Decorating easter biscuits

26.3.18 Making easter cards

Compass Directions

23.3.18 look at our fabulous easter bonnets

21.3.18 we made our own clock to help tell the time

20.3.18 We had great fun when Carlisle United Footballers took over our school this afternoon!

15.3.18 signs of spring

14.3.18 We found out that huddling penguins stay the warmest during our investigation.

We are working on painting our own interpretations of Van Gogh's Starry Night.

Science week

7.3.18 World book day

23.2.18 10 Things I can do to Help My Word by Melanie Walsh

 

This week we have been finding out how we can help our world. The children have used use questions marks, made their own books and thought of their own ways to help the world. On Wednesday we made bird feeders to help the birds in this cold weather. We are busy writing instructions to show other children how to make their own bird feeder.

We are learning about the four Seasons.

We are working on painting our own interpretations of Van Gogh's Starry Night.

creating the ark for our display

counting 5's and missing numbers

we enjoyed creating rain gauges as apart of our weather day

Our marble day!! we came dressed as our favourite weather

1.2.18 we are making e-books in computing

In RE we have enjoined writing fact files about the animals from noah's ark

Year 1 we have been busy creating animals for Noah's Ark display!

our sports stars this week...

17.1.18 using ladders and hurdles in PE

17.1.18 we had snow!

16.1.18 colour mixing in art

12.1.18 in science we have investigated waterproof materials. Traction man has ripped his underwater suit so we needed to find him the best material to use for a new one.

11.1.18 we have created new evil characters for traction man

using adjectives to describe the foamy waters in traction man

5.1.18 Describing materials

5.1.18 Investigating gloop during our science lesson

we love our new travel agents role play area

Happy New Year

Our new topic is 'And the weather is...' Here is our topic web

8.12.17 our christmas trip to walby with EYFs and year 2

6.12.17 Christmas crafts and games

1.12.17 we are getting ready for Christmas in year 1

24.11.17 100% attendance this week. Well done Year 1

22.11.17 our class assembly

16.11.17 CHILDREN IN NEED

15.11.17 EXPLORING MAZES ON THE COMPUTER

14.11.17 our trip to tullie house

We have been very busy in year 1 creating split pin poppies

19.10.17 We have been learning about the Hindu festival of Diwali. The children have written acrostic poems, designed Mendhi patterns, made lanterns and used Purple Mash to make symmetrical rangoli patterns. 

19.10.17 RANGOLI PATTERNS

OUR STAINED GLASS CROSSES WE MADE IN RE

using our sense of smell

4.10.17 Today we went on an autumn hunt around the school grounds

4.10.17 We have been investigating repeating patterns in maths

29.9.17 we have used the leaves we found at home to print with

29.9.17 In science we have been investigating the sense of taste

29.9.17 Today we wrote our first piece of exciting writing

28.9.17 Music

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We have been investigating rhythm and pulse in music.

28.9.17 Creating a tree for our seasons display

21.9.17

Some of the Year 6 children are running a lunchtime maths club for our class. The club takes place on a Thursday and the children play board games linked to addition, subtraction, shape and time. 

15.9.17 0ur roald dahl display

15.9.17 Learning our doubles facts

14.9.17

Today we had a lovely visit from Noah and his mum Shelly. Noah and Shelly talked to us about his wheelchair and shared a story they have written called A day at the zoo with #HugsForNoah.

Please visit http://www.hugsfornoah.co.uk/ for more information about Noah, Spina Bifida and his adventures. We hope Noah will come back to visit us soon.

We are practising our Cursive Handwriting.

8.9.17 our first week in year one

Welcome to Year 1

 

Dear Parents/Carers,

 

Welcome back and we hope you all had a lovely summer.

We hope that your child enjoys the new challenges and approaches to learning that Year 1 has to offer. Miss Tarbit will teach the children all day Monday, Tuesday and Thursday morning. Mrs Rickerby will teach the children all day Wednesday, Thursday afternoon and all day Friday. Throughout the week the children will also work with Miss Mossop who is the senior teaching assistant in Year 1.

 

The Year 1 curriculum builds upon and extends the experiences that children have had in Reception. The children will have a more formal learning environment in Year 1 but they will continue to learn through play, alongside being involved in exciting topics so that they remain motivated, enthused and eager learners. RWINc phonics will be taught every day to help with reading, writing and spelling. The children are expected to become more independent readers and writers as the year advances.

 

We will listen to your child read regularly in school to assess their progress. The children will also have lots of opportunities to read and enjoy books throughout the week at school independently. Your child will continue to bring home a reading book as well as a RWInc home book to read. As the year progresses your child will start Accelerated Reader. We will send home more information about this programme when we introduce it to the children.

 

We will be introducing ‘Talk Homework’ at the start of the year. It is a chance for your child to have a conversation with someone at home about a topic we are writing about in class. We will give detailed guidance about the topic and the kinds of questions you may want to discuss with your child. Your child will have their own ‘Talk Homework’ book that has information about the topic and there will be space for you to record notes about what you have discussed with your child. The children will be using these notes during their exciting writing session on a Friday. Throughout the year your child may be bring home key words to read and spell.

 

This year your child will receive a login for Abacus maths online homework. We will send home more information about the homework along with the login details when we begin the programme. The maths homework may not always be online and we will put any other homework in a homework book.

 

The children will be doing PE on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please ensure your child has their correct PE kit in school and that all items are clearly labelled. We will be outside for one of our PE sessions so a pair of joggers/tracksuit bottoms and a jumper would be useful as the weather turns colder. All kits will remain in school for the half-term. If your child wears earrings please can you either remove them on P.E. days or provide tape to cover them. The children need to have a water bottle to keep in school. Please remember that we are a NUT FREE school.

 

Please use the home school log book as a communication between home and school. We have changed the log books we are using this year. Please let us know the end of the day arrangements for your child - bus or going to after school club and also let us know as soon as you can if someone different will be picking them up. Each week we will send home a note which will explain what we have been working on during the week. Remember to look at the school website for information. Our class is called Skiddaw so please visit our class page to find photographs and videos showing what we have been up to.

 

Our topic for this term is ‘Who do you think you are?’ We will be sending home a topic web detailing our focus for each of the subjects. We have attached the targets Year 1 children will be working towards. These targets are what the children are expected to achieve by the end of Year 1and we will be working on them throughout the whole year. We have also included the RWInc set 1 and set 2 sounds and the common exception words that Year 1 children are expected to be able to read and spell by the end of the year.

 

If you have any questions or queries about your child’s progress, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to a fun, happy and productive year with your children.

 

Many thanks

Mrs Rickerby, Miss Tarbit and Miss Mossop

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