Year 1 consolidated their learning about how trees change through the four seasons today. They discussed what changes take place during the seasons and how this impacts deciduous trees. The children then painted four fabulous trees to represent seasonal change.
Year 1 began their money unit of work in maths today. The children explored how many one penny coins are worth the same as two pence, five pence and ten pence.
Thank you to Miss Hall for delivering a dental hygiene workshop to Year 1 today. The children were amazed to see how much sugar is in items they eat and drink everyday and how this impacts their teeth! The children are set the challenge to ensure they brush their teeth correctly and to look at food and drink packaging to make sensible choices.
The children thoroughly enjoyed exploring water paint in this weeks art lesson. They tapped their paint brushes carefully to see how the paint reacted to water on the paper.
Congratulations to Gracie for yet another certificate! This time in trampolining. Well done.
Congratulations to Stanley for achieving his third swimming award.
Congratulations to Simi, Jessica, Maddie, Myla and Cassie for achieving a certificate for their Rainbow promise.
Well done for working so hard to play the piano with both hands at the same time!
Year 1 have had a super fieldwork day! They started the day with a local walk to observe and record data. They used tally charts to record front door colours on Bambury street. The children then analysed their findings and represented them using a pictogram. Did you know, white is the most popular colour door on Bambury street? Fantastic fieldwork skills year 1.
There were some strange goings on outside on our playground this week. We found a bizarre crash site! We used the clues left and guessed that Beegu had crash landed here by mistake! The children wrote some fantastic sentences to describe what had happened.