Author Archives: Miss C. Forrest

Year 1 – Independent Writing

Year 1 – Independent Writing

 

Year 1 have been reading the story ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in their English lessons. Pupils got into the role of Little Red and walked through the forest to Grandma’s house. Children talked about what they could see, hear, smell and touch on their journey through the forest.

During Early Morning Work, children have been completing independent writing about Little Red Riding Hood. Year 1 have been trying very hard to incorporate adjectives into their sentences to make them more interesting. Great work Year 1👏🏼⭐️

Year 1 – Science – The Blubber Experiment

Year 1 – Science – The Blubber Experiment

  In science, Year 1 have been learning all about winter. They learned about how humans keep warm in the winter by wearing more layers of clothing. They then found out that animals don’t need clothes to keep warm as come animals such as polar bears, have thick fur, small ears and blubber which keeps… Continue Reading

Year 1 – Forest School

Year 1 – Forest School

  In English lessons Year 1 are reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ , the children first read the story and discussed what wild things may be found in a forest. The children then began their first Forest School session this year by hunting for ‘Wild Things’ in Forest School. Children found slugs, worms and… Continue Reading

Year 1 – Recycling STEM challenge

Year 1 – Recycling STEM challenge

  Today, Year 1 took part in a STEM challenge with the Success 4 All Team. The children learned all about recycling and what items we should be recycling each day and the importance of reusing and recycling. Pupils then learned how long certain items take to decompose. Did you know that a plastic bottle… Continue Reading

Year 1 – Maths – Addition and Subtraction

Year 1 – Maths – Addition and Subtraction

  Year 1 have been working very hard to solve addition and subtraction problems using a part part whole model. Pupils  first solved addition problems using counters and a tens frame, they then recorded this in 4 different ways.  Children then used the same method to solve subtraction problems and they recorded these down too.… Continue Reading