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Term Dates: Autumn Term 2020: 3rd Sept - 18th December. Spring Term 2021: 5th January - 1st April. Summer Term 2021: 19th April - 22nd July

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  • Foundation 97.55%
  • Year 1 98.72%
  • Year 2 96.65%
  • Year 3/4 96.94%
  • Year 4/5 94.55%
  • Year 5/6 96.96%

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Year 1/2

Year One 2020 / 2021

 

Teacher: Miss Harding

 

 

KS1 had a visit from Station 49 Fire Brigade who are based at Crownhill. They taught us all about fire safety and helped us replicate the Great Fire of London. They set fire to our model houses and it was amazing to see how quickly the fire spread. They let us have a go at using the fire hose and then showed us the fire engine. What an amazing experience! (Nov 2019)

Caring for our common home (Autumn 2019)

Spring Thematic Web 2019

Spring 1 Thematic Web 2018

Autumn Thematic Web

The Gingerbread Man Thematic Web Autumn 2

Reflective prayer: Children in Need

RSPB Visit

Christmas play 2017 Mend the Manger

Chinese New Year

World Book Day 2018

Having fun in the snow

Making Viking sails

PE

Measuring

Crown making and party invites ready for the wedding party

The Royal Wedding

Class Picture September 2016

Writing and following instructions

Creation Walk

Science- Labelling body parts.

Number work- Looking at Tens and Ones

English- Sentence making

Year 1 Have fun and enjoy an Animal Dance workshop with Year 10 girls from Devonport High School for girls

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Sport Relief 2016

Chinese New Year - The Year of the Monkey

Fraction work with pancakes. Maths is fun in Year One!

Road Safety with Year One. Be safe on the road!

Welcome to Year One 2015 / 2016

Teacher: Miss. L. Glanfield

Teaching Assistant: Mrs. L. Williams

University of St Mark and St John Schools Direct Trainee: Miss. S. Hill

 

Year One Academic Year 2014 / 2015 (ARCHIVE BELOW)

The children in Year 1 explore the story of Jesus and the Children through role-play. ( Good News Bible: Mark 10:13-16)

Upon a Wish: Elsa and Spiderman visit Santa's Grotto

Santa's Grotto

 

Year 1 children have enjoyed playing in the grotto to help Santa and his Elves for Christmas. They have been hard at work, helping to decorate the Christmas tree, writing Christmas cards and wrapping presents. Some have worked so hard, they even got a little sleepy as you can see!

 

Here are some of the photos the children took of their hard work. Enjoy!

Year 1 P.E.

 

During this term Year 1 have had the opportunity to take part in P.E. with some Sixth Form Sports Leaders from St Boniface and Specialist P.E. teacher Mr Turner from Notre Dame.

 

During these P.E. sessions the children have been working on a range of skills and improving their existing sports skills. So far we have looked at: running techniques, agility, balance, throwing and catching skills along with team games.

The children have thoroughly enjoyed improving their skills in these sessions and look forward to working with the Sports Leaders and Mr Turner in the near future.

Sports Leaders and Specialist P.E. Teacher Mr Turner lead Year 1 P.E. lessons

Year 1 Termly Planner Autumn 2014

Year One Academic Year 2014 / 2015 Miss. L. Glanfield
Year One Academic Year 2013 / 2014 Archive Below

Road Safety Week

 

Ryan Evans visits and talks: Be Safe; Be Seen!

 

As part of increasing the children's awareness of Road Safety Week, the children were visited by Ryan Evans (http://www.sustrans.org.uk/) who explored the theme of 'Be Safe; Be Seen.'

 

As part of this, Ryan planned and delivered a workshop around the three-key rules of being safe whilst travelling in the dark. These were:

  1. Bright colours
  2. Reflective
  3. Lights

 

The children had great fun discussing this, as well as dressing up to test what type of clothing and equipment would help them be seen.

Road Safety Week

 

Remember, remember the 5th November!

 

The children learnt all about the story of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder plot. They then enjoyed decorating a firework scene using bright coloured felt tip pens and lots of glitter!

Bonfire Night 05/11/2013

 

Fruit and Veg Dress up Day  11. 10. 2013

 

Staff and children dressed up as a fruit or vegetable of their choice in order to raise money for CAFOD.

 

It was a fun-filled day!

Fruit and Veg Dress up Day

Termly Planner Autumn 2013

Class Photo September 2013

Year 1 School Council 2013/2014

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