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This half term in PE we are looking at developing our ball skills. We have been throwing balls at cones. We have also been throwing balls in hoops and in the air and catching them.

Autumn 1

Welcome to Year One! We hope you had a really fantastic holiday and are looking forward to your new adventures in year one. Throughout the year, we will be learning lots and having so much fun together. We know you will impress us with your outstanding attitudes to learning this year. This is our class page where we will post different pieces of your work/achievements from lots of different subjects. When you feel proud of something, please let us know, so that we can post it onto our page. Remember to keep visiting throughout the year to explore some of the hard work that you have completed. On our page, you can also see what we are going to be learning about in our topic brainstorm. You can access this page at home so if you would like to, you will also be able to share your learning with your grown-ups. 

Welcome to Year One!

Mrs Cole and Mrs Watson 

Autumn Term Topic- 'Me, Myself and I'

On Friday 9th October we celebrated #HelloYellow day to increase awareness of youth mental health. In our PSHE lesson we talked about feelings, emotions and why we were wearing yellow. The children had a better understanding by the end of the day.
In English we have been following instructions and using bossy (imperative) words (verbs). We have made fruit faces using bananas, strawberries, grapes and satsumas. We were able to enjoy eating them after we had made them. We have also followed instructions to make jam sandwiches.
In maths we have been looking at number and place value. We have been making amounts using different objects from around the classroom. We have also been looking at counting and writing numbers. We have been using what we have learnt to add and subtract numbers as well as find number bonds to 10.
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