The School Councillors presented an assembly on ‘Rosa Parks’. Rosa was a Civil Rights Activist who campaigned to stop the segregation of black people on buses in America. She became famous for fighting for equal rights.
She is a symbol of freedom and equality today.
Year One looked at the farm animals who visited our school.
We loved looking at the sheep and ducks.
We enjoy using apparatus to help us in Year One with our maths work.
We used 1p coins to buy items in a class shop.
We used different apparatus to make the number 7.
In Year One, we have been researching information on dinosaurs.
We have used Ipads and non fiction books from the library.
As a school, we thought about Martin Luther King
who was a civil rights campaigner in America.
We remembered Martin Luther King day by having a special assembly.
The School Council prepared a powerpoint presentation
to show the rest of the school.
In Year One we are thinking about hot places around the world.
We looked at a world map and a globe to locate them.
In Year One we looked at examples of wall paper as we were looking at repeated patterns. We then started to colour our own repeated patterns.
In Year One we went to St Joseph's Residential Care Home.
We sang our Christmas carols for the residents.
The care home enjoyed listening to the children's voices.
They thanked us by giving us snacks and a drink.
Year One were writing instructions for making different sandwiches.
We then followed those instructions.
In Year One, we used lots of apparatus to help us with our maths work.
In Year One we have been finding out about birds in our science lesson.
We have looked at different types of birds by using a variety of resources.
Year One enjoyed looking at a pet rabbit in their science lesson.
They are learning about mammals.
In Year One we have enjoyed making models of mammals.
We are learning about mammals in our science lessons.
We enjoy using apparatus in Year One. We do maths everyday.