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Friday, 3rd April

Good afternoon to all of our Year One children, parents and carers!

We hope you are all keeping safe and well and have enjoyed some of the activities we have set for your home learning over the past couple of weeks.  

Following what would have been the Easter break (Monday 6th April - Friday 17th April) we will be posting weekly tasks to be completed by the children so as parents and carers have a better idea of the work to be completed each week. 

We send our very best wishes to all of you and your families at this difficult time.

Stay safe and look after one another.

If you would like to send us any pictures of the learning and fun you have been having at home we would love to see! Please send any emails with pictures to:   Your emails will be sent onto us. We will not be able to reply to any emails.

The Year One team.



The children were so excited about riding their scooters this morning! They had great fun!


Congratulations to the whole class - we won the School Attendance Award again for the best attendance for 10th - 28th February.  THis is the third attendance award 1D have won so far this year.


Well done everyone!

24.1.20 Sarehole Mill- A few pictures from our fantastic trip. We were 'Millers apprentices' for the morning and learnt all about life working in the flour mill.

Monday 13th Janurary 2020


Today we started our new science topic - Materials.  The children had the chance to explore a wide range of materials including plastic, paper, fabric, metal, wood, rubber, elastic and many more.  We then discussed what is important about each material and discussed some of their properties, for example, hard, soft, stretchy, bouncy...

Our Trip to St James' Church

This afternoon, the Year One children visited St James' Church to learn all about the Christmas story. We had a very interesting time meeting lots of characters from the story including the shepherds, the three kings, and even Mary and Joseph. Baby Jesus was also there in the stable.  We learnt about how Christians celebrate Christmas, and why this is such a special day to so many people.  Here are a few photographs of our trip for you to enjoy and talk about at home.

History- home questionnaires and pictures. The children enjoyed their history topic this term and found it really interesting talking about how their grandparents used to shop when they were little.

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