Love of Learning, Love of Life, Love of One Another


Welcome to Class Two

Here is an overview of the curriculum our children will be covering this year.

Y1 Curriculum plan 2019-20 Year A.

Year 1 Blog

Paws, Claws and Whiskers

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This half term out new topic is Paws, Claws and Whiskers. 

The children have loved the start to this new topic by having a visit from Zoolab.

The children got to hold and pet lots of interesting creatures and were also able to ask lots of interesting questions. 


To find out what we will be learning in all our subjects please follow the link below.

Paws Claws and Whiskers Topic Web.doc

PE will continue to be on a Monday and Wednesday please can your child bring an indoor and outdoor PE kit with them.

Marshmallow Bridges

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We made bridges using spaghetti and marshmallows. We tested the bridges strength by using coins to see which bridge could hold the most. We planned out our designs first then used the plans to help use construct our models. 


Bonfire Night

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To celebrate Bonfire Night we have been creating some EXPLOSIVE art. 

We first used different techniques to make marks on our paper using paint. Once this had dried we then used chalk to add further detail to make our fireworks more realistic. 


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This week in English, we have started to look at the story of Rapunzel. 

We have learnt the story of Rapunzel through re-telling the story verbally and in writing. 


Autumn 2

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This term, our topic will be Towers, Tunnels and Turrets. We will learn all about the different parts of a castle and describe how they have changed over time. Using a wide range of materials, we’ll build models of castles and test the strength of our structures. We’ll learn the stories of Rapunzel, The Three Little Pigs and The Three Billy Goats Gruff and create models inspired by them. Maps and photographs will help us learn about the tallest buildings and the longest tunnels in the world. We’ll find out about the amazing Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and improve our PE skills by playing attacking and defending games.

Your child will have a new homework grid in their homework book that relates to the new topic we will be doing over the next half term. Please only complete one homework task each week, so that the grid will last the whole half term.

Your child will also have a new My Maths task to complete every week which will be added to their login on a Friday. If you are having any problems with logging on please let me know.

Please remember that your child will be doing P.E. on a Monday and Wednesday and will need their PE kit in school. Please can they bring with them P.E trousers, shorts, white top, jumper and trainers. This will allow us to have P.E. indoors and outdoors.

As the cold weather begins to creep in we ask that your child comes to school every day with a coat so they can be ready for whatever the weather.


Thank you

Mrs Hall 

Curriculum map- Towers Tunnels Turrets Topic Web.doc

Autumn Nature Walk

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Today we went on an Autumn walk to look at how our surroundings change as the season changes. We found lots of different coloured leaves, acorns and pine cones. We are going to use the pieces of nature that we found to create Autumn windows.  



Dinosaur Museum

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We have had a fantastic time showing our parents and families around our Dinosaur Museum today. All the children were very enthusiastic and excited to pass on the knowledge that they have learnt over the past half term. 



Dinosaur Skull

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We used Mod Roc to create a replica of a T-Rex skull. It was lots of fun getting messy and exploring how Mod Roc works.

Dino Dentists

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We were dino dentists and had a go at making our own dinosaur teeth! We had to use different tools and techniques to make the right shapes and marks on our dino teeth.

Dinosaur Discovery

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We found a nest in school. After talking about what we thought was inside the eggs, we decided to open the eggs up and have a look.