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Year 1

Southfield Farm trip

 

Welcome to Year 1

 

Teachers - Mr Chatterley and Miss Mistry

Support Staff - Miss Fisher, Miss Murphy, Miss McCart and Mrs Johal

 

Welcome back to another exciting school year! All of the Year One children have settled into their new classes very well and are transitioning well into the Year One routine. We have been fortunate enough to start this half term with a twist and as a school explored Farms and looked at the Topic ‘Food for life’.

To launch our food for life topic we had to listen to a song and guess what we were going to be focusing on. The song we listened to was ‘Old MacDonald had a Farm.’ We then sang the song and made up some actions to go with it.

Next we looked at the book ‘Oliver’s Milkshake’. We looked at the front cover and talked about what we thought it might be about. Then we began to read the story. In the story Oliver goes shopping for ingredients to make a milkshake, so we made a shopping list to send Mr Chatterley and Miss Mistry shopping to buy ingredients for us to make a milkshake.

Once Mr Chatterley and Miss Mistry had brought the ingredients we tried all the different ones to see what flavoured milkshake we wanted to make. We all seemed to like blueberries and strawberries the most. After that we read some more of the story and made a list of what animals Oliver saw on the farm. While on the farm Oliver saw some cows and learnt that Milk came from cows.

Due to this we then read a different story explaining where milk comes from and what products milk helps to make. We then filled in a missing word worksheet about everything we had just learnt about milk.

Afterwards we read the rest of Oliver’s Milkshake and made our own healthy fruit milkshakes, all with ingredients that you get from farms. We then drank the milkshakes, which we all enjoyed. Finally we wrote instructions on how to make our own healthy fruity milkshakes.

As you can see it has been a busy and fun packed week and the children have produced some great pieces of work. Our topic this half term is:-Put your wellies on, which will focus on the changes in the seasons during the year, as well as Farms. We will incorporate our topic into other areas of the curriculum. In Science we will become plant detectives! Maths this half term we will be focussing on number. In English we will be looking at Oliver’s Fruit Salad.

This term Year 1 PE will be on Friday afternoons. Please ensure that your child has a PE kit in school.

Also, Homework and Reading is a very important part of Year One children’s school work. Could we please ask that you support us by ensuring that your child has completed their homework and returned it to school by the following Friday after receiving it, and that they are reading at home to an adult every day and that this is recorded into their reading diaries. Spellings will be

set according to the National Curriculum and will be sent home to practice on a Friday for a spelling test the following Friday.

Please take a look through our Year 1 2018 - 2019

Harvest Assembly

Year 1 Autumn Newsletter

Welcome to Year 1

Staff members in Year 1

Teachers - Mrs Hendrix and Mr Chatterley

Support Staff - Miss Taylor and Miss Murphy

 

Welcome back to another exciting school year! All of the Year One children have settled into their new classes very well and are enjoying their new routine.

Our topic this half term is:-Put Your Wellies on, which will focus on the changing seasons. We will incorporate our topic into other areas of the curriculum. In English we will be looking at a range of narratives. In Science we will become Plant Detectives! Maths this half term we will be focussing on number and position and direction.

This term Year 1 PE will be on Wednesdays. Wednesday afternoons for Mrs Hendrix’s class and Wednesday mornings for Mr Chatterley’s. Please ensure that your child has a PE kit in school.

Also, Homework and Reading is a very important part of Year Ones children’s school work. Could we please ask that you support us by ensuring that your child has completed their homework and returned it to school by the following Friday after receiving it, and that they are reading at home to an adult every day and that this is recorded into their reading diaries. Spellings will be set according to the National Curriculum and will be sent home to practice on a Friday for a spelling test the following Friday.

Please take a look through our Year 1 2017 - 2018

Welcome to Year 1

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