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Class Teacher: Mrs C Cotton & Mrs K Morphew
Teaching Partners: Mrs E Taylor & Mrs J Hitchin
In Year 1 children move from the Early Years Foundation Stage into Key Stage 1. We continue to build upon the progress the children have made during their Reception year and to encourage greater independence in subtle ways.
Autumn term 1 'The Gruffalo and Friends'
Autumn term 2 'Toy Story'
Spring term 'Zoom to the Moon'
Summer term 'Once Upon a Time'
Highlights from curriculum events from last year can be found by following the link below:
Please note that the weekly timetable is subject to change. I have attached a list of 100 high frequency words for children in Year 1 to learn. Learning these can be part of additional homework to support the children's ongoing development. They will not be tested on these until the end of the school year.
Mr Sensible taught the children how to spin plates and some new tricks they could do with scarves. Lot of fun skills learnt during 'Health and Wellbeing Week'.
As part our 'Toy Story topic the children have been learning about the materials toys are made from, how different toys can be played with and the history of toys. Some of the children brought into class their parents or grandparents favourite toys from when they were younger. We have also enjoyed playing with the old toys we have borrowed from the museum and playing games such as dominoes and pick up sticks.
As part of our 'Toy Story' topic we visited the motor and toy museum in Bourton on the Water. The children learnt about the history of toys and had the opportunity to play with them in a workshop session. After lunch at the village hall we returned and the children explored the many cars, motorcycles, models and toys in the museum itself. They were particularly excited about seeing 'Brum!'
We have been learning about the famous artist, Paul Klee and studying his artwork. We have looked at the colour wheel and discovered that he liked to use either cool, warm or neutral colours. We created abstract owls inspired by our work on Paul Klee. Can you guess if we used cool, warm or neutral oil pastels?