KS1 CLASS NEWS – 10.02.23

In Mr Griffiths’ class this week in English, We have independently written our own story about a creature and how it does its pattern. In maths we have extended our multiplication learning to look at division by 2, 5 and 10.

Can you continue to practise at home?

In Miss Severs’ and Miss Stainthorpe’s classes, we have been learning all about instructions! In English we have followed instructions to make the Australian flag and learnt how to wash a woolly mammoth! Yet again our Music lesson was amazing this week, we finalised our unit and performed our rap HEY YOU using the glockenspiels.

In Geography we routed Captain James Cook’s first voyage and used the places he visited to follow compass directions to get from one place to another. We were great at following these instructions using geographical vocabulary! As our Geography lessons have been looking at our whole worlds we have begin to learn the names of the 7 continents and the 5 oceans.

Practise these songs at home to help you remember them:

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1ES – Everley for an excellent story retell of Lost and Found.

1TS – Roman for being a superstar and following our golden rules!

1MG – Eddie for trying his very best and working super hard to improve his handwriting.

Inspire, Enjoy, Achieve

Every half term, we hand out special awards for children demonstrating our school values.

What will you do to show our values this week?



Lily-Ava and Louie from 1TS shared their happy birthdays this week!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! We hope you enjoyed your celebrations 🙂

We would like to wish all of the other children a wonderful birthday from all of KS1 🙂

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