Some fantastic tackling today and great football skills. Well done year 1 we all think you did brilliantly and can’t wait to watch a match.
In Gymnastics this week we loved our ‘Stuck in the Mud’ warm up and balanced on different parts of our body. We hope you enjoy sharing our learning.
Brilliant effort learning your spellings this week 1F. Keep it up! Spellings for 12.10.18: do, to, no, go, so
We had a fabulous Friday morning looking for different trees and plants growing around school. We collected different sized and shaped leaves that we are going to look at closely with magnifying glasses next week. We saw lots of signs of Autumn and loved discovering all the different coloured leaves.
Enjoy reading you reading book at home and try to practise this weeks spellings. Don’t forget to share this weeks learning with your family. How many different ways can you find to make 10? How many adjectives can you think of to describe the Big, Bad Wolf?
Well done to everyone in 1F for achieving 100% attendance this week. I’m proud of all of you! Well done Lilly and Olivia for achieving growth mindset awards this week for perseverance and 100% effort. Keep it up!
A massive thank you to all those parents who attended our welcome to ‘Year One’ meeting. We loved meeting you all and look forward to working with you this year. Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to post on the blog. We will be posting dates for Maths and … Read moreNew Parents Meeting
Happy birthday Alfie, we hope you have a lovely weekend. A lovely certificate Ivy-Lea, well done. We all loved hearing about your horse riding.
In 1F this week we have been learning football skills. We have been stopping the ball with our foot and passing the ball to our partner. Stay tuned for some excellent dribbling next week. Outdoor PE is on a Tuesday and indoor PE on a Friday. Don’t forget your kits!
This week we loved finding out all about our brains. We now know that there are 6 parts to our brain and that it is important to exercise them all. We enjoyed sitting in the brain. Thank you Andy and Kerry.