Last week year 1 children went on an educational visit to Cody Dock. The children were observing the local area and looking at the possible ways of travel. When we arrived at Cody Dock, the pupils participated in a treasure hunt looking for particular garden plants. They also participated in bird watching, spotting local birds.
In our English lesson, we hot-seated Professor Supernova and questioned her on her knowledge about stars!
In Science we were investigating which materials are best at absorbing water!
During Work Week (week beginning 27th November) Year 1 went to Tesco in Bromley-By-Bow to learn about Healthy Eating.
For the past 10 years Keir Hardie Primary School has had a very good working relationship with volunteers from FTSE/Russell who support the year 1 children with their reading and maths learning. Twice per term, a group of up to 12 children visit the volunteers at their offices in the London Stock Exchange located at …
Year 1 visited the Museum of Childhood. We were exploring and observing the changes in toys and household objects throughout history.
Year 1 investigated making number bonds to 10 using Numicon. We explored the different part + part = whole combinations to make a number.
It was great to see so many parents at the Year 1 Meet & Greet session.
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.