Welcome to Year 1's Class Page
Class Teacher - Miss Turner
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Our trip to Cannon Hall was absolutely brilliant! We spent the day learning all about what it would have been like to be a servant during the Victorian period. Year 1 did everything from the laundry to beating the dust out of a rug!
Please take a look at some of the photos from the day and see how wonderful they looked in their costumes.
What wonderful weather we had last week! In Y1 we decided to make the most of it and move our art lesson outside. Very fitting seen as we were using George Seurat's pointillism technique to paint sunflowers.
Year 1 have been very busy this week doing their autumn leaf prints. We collected our own leaves and had lots of fun printing them!
Today we have experienced what it might have been like to be a baker in 1666 during the Great Fire of London. We made lots of biscuits that will hopefully be ready for us to decorate and eat tomorrow!
Over the past couple of weeks we have been looking at different non-fiction books during literacy. Our favourite one was about owls and how they made their nests. We were so interested in how they did it, we decided to make our own!
In Year 1 we have been getting in to the Halloween spirit by scooping out the insides of pumpkins ready to be carved in to spooky faces! We couldn't believe how big the pumpkins were!
To end our history topic of The Great Fire of London, we invited Samuel Peyps in to Barugh Green to spend the morning with us. We all enjoyed pretending to be houses setting on fire and looking at all of Samuel's old maps of London!