Year 1 visited the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace and looked at the royal carriages used for the coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II as part of our History Topic.
Year 1 did a workshop on Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. The children looked at artefacts from the day and experienced what it was like for people attending the historical event.
We visited a Catholic Church to explore a Christian place of worship for our Easter topic in RE.
As part of a Science investigation, we grew our own bean plants to observe how they grow and then we planted them on the roof.
We performed a poem called The Big big Sea by Martin Waddell. We used lots of different choral speaking techniques like body percussion, volumes, pitch and echo.
As part of our D&T learning, we made our own healthy sandwiches, starting with making our very own brown bread.
For our Easter Assembly, Year 1 performed the Easter Story for the school.
Year 1 visited the London Transport Museum. To learn about how people travelled in the past.
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!