Following their exciting ‘History off the Page’ workshop on Thursday 8th June 2017, the Year pupils held an assembly to share what they had learnt about Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953.
As part of their RE Curriculum, the Year 1 pupils delivered a fantastic Easter Assembly which incorporated drama and singing to tell the story of the crucifixion of Christ.
Pupils in Year 1 celebrated World Book Day by attending school dressed as their favourite Roald Dahl characters.
On Thursday 8th June 2017, Year 1 took part in a ‘History off the Page’ workshop where they learned about Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953.
On Tuesday 23rd May 2017, year 1 went to Colchester Zoo to support their science topic, where they have been looking at different animals.
In Spring 2 we learned about the history of transport and we visited the London Transport Museum. We sat on the first tube ever built and saw the first buses running in London that were pulled by horses.
In Year 1 we planted our own broad beans to observe the life cycle of a plant.
In Year 1 we learned about local amenities in Geography, and we explored structures and strengths of different materials in Design and Technology to construct our own town.
Year 1’s Big Question was Should the big bad wolf go to jail for Eating Grandma and Little Red Riding Hood? The Opposition believed it shouldn’t because if we eat animals why cannot animals eat humans? And the opposition won!
Year 1 have been taken part in the Mosaic Project and have been adding their artistic contributions to the school community.