Welcome to Year One
Maple and Hazel Classes have started their new topic learning all about Superheroes. We are exploring the story of "Superkid" by Claire Freedman. This captures the journey of a normal young boy who has super powers and saves many people! The children have been inspired to create their own superheroes based on themselves! Year One is full of Super kids ready to save the day!
The children are in the process of planning and mapping a story with their superhero in. Why not ask some of the children how their superhero saves the day!
We are enjoying our lovely new website and urge you to check out the links that we have posted below. We will be regularly updating this with ideas for how you can help your children at home. Please keep an eye out for some superhero photos and videos that will be appearing on the website very soon!
Counting in 2's, 5's and 10's.
By the end of year one all children are required to count in 2's, 5's and 10's. We are working really hard on this in school but it would be extremely beneficial if you could reinforce this at home. Here are some songs you might like to use to support your children with this. We look forward to hearing about how you get on with this!
Maple and Hazel class had a wonderful time at forest rangers. Take a look at some of the incredible things we made.
Superhero Wow Day!
Our superheroes in Year One have had an incredible day today. Firstly, thank you for coming to see us all in our assembly. We really enjoyed it and it was great to show you all of our super learning.
At the Year One headquarters we have been busy on many superhero missions. Some of these involved making masks, capes, wands and even biscuits. What a super busy day we have had. Take a look at some of the pictures.
Counting at home
This is a link to an interactive 100 square which we use often with the children to help them consolidate their understanding of numbers to 100. Please have a look at this and explore counting to 100 and back again. You could challenge yourself and try adding and taking away using the 100 square. Have fun!