Our morning began with, ‘Cool Cats’ where the children took part in three different team based activities. They demonstrated the qualities of ‘fairness’ and ‘inclusion’ perfectly.
Our second sporting challenge was, ‘Rugby Tots.’ The children had to think about moving into spaces and played games which involved collecting and leaving rugby balls in other teams areas.
Year 1 then went on to take part in four different cricket skills. These will be continued on Tuesday when the coach returns to school, for a six week coaching session with the children.
Mrs Smith’s superstars began their day with scooter skills.
Year 1 have had another fantastic day, Boogie Bounce has been the favourite sporting challenge so far! For over 30 minutes they never stopped, it was fantastic to watch.
Today we have been learning that not everything we read on the internet is true! We know that the ‘R’ in our SMART rules stands for reliable and that means if something is trustworthy or not. We learned how to tell if information on a website can be trusted and we made posters to tell other children how to judge the reliability of websites too. We also read some information booklets and decided which information was true and which was false then made some leaflets of our own….Be warned though some facts are trying to trick you! On Purple Mash, we made block graphs to show how different people in our house use the internet.
Today Year One have learned how to tell if an animal is a mammal or a bird. I am sure that there are some super smart Year One scientists who will reply to this post to teach you how to tell if an animal is a bird or a mammal too!
Here is some of our super Science work from today: