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  • Science Year 1 'Raft building'

    Published 03/04/17, by David Foster

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  • Year 1 Science 'Hearing'

    Published 03/04/17, by David Foster

    Science in Year 1 'Hearing'

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  • Year 1 Science - 'Taste'

    Published 03/04/17, by David Foster

    Year 1 Science - Tasting

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  • Year 1 History

    Published 21/02/17, by David Foster


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  • Year 1 Performance Poetry

    Published 21/12/16, by David Foster




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  • Year 1 Computing

    Published 20/12/16, by David Foster

    In ICT, we are learning about algorithms and how to give instructions clearly. We had a go at the ‘Robot Game’ to see how well our instruction-giving skills were. In this game, one partner becomes the robot and the other partner must give a clear set of instructions about how to follow the path.

    We found it very difficult at the start as most of the robots kept on coming off their path. After a while though, we learnt how to debug our instructions and help our partner stay on the line.

    Max said “It was tricky at first because my partner couldn’t see”.

    Mollie said “When I gave the instructions at first my partner nearly bumped into the pencil. After that, I changed my instructions to keep them on the trail”.

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  • Year 1 'French Afternoon'

    Published 28/09/16, by David Foster

    French Year 1

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  • Year 1 Roald Dahl Day

    Published 22/09/16, by David Foster

    Today in Year One, we were celebrating Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday. Lots of us didn’t know many stories written by Roald Dahl so we had lots of fun listening to snippets from a few of them. We voted and our favourite book was ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’.

    To celebrate his birthday we did some Roald Dahl themed writing. We imagined what we would put into our medicines for George’s Grandma. After designing our medicines we then thought about what would happen to his Grandma if she drank them – some of our ideas included squeaky clean teeth, growing extra-long arms or even growing toothpaste hair! Later on, we made our very own bookmarks and coloured in our favourite Roald Dahl characters.

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