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A message to all my lovely learners from Mrs Gale (-:

What’s outdoors?

Sport Relief 2020

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Year 1 took on a Teddy Bear challenge. We battled the wind but we DID IT!!!!

A new year and we have a new topic. Time is passing quickly and we are proud to show just a small amount of the learning we have done already! Our new topic is called “What’s Outdoors?” 

This topic is all about getting ourselves outside and enjoying what the world has to offer us. We thank you for bring in PE kits on a Monday just in case a muddy puddle becomes too tempting not to splash in. We would also like to thank you for bring in the children wellington boots so we can explore and learn in our outdoor areas.

 

We are on the look out for drain pipes and guttering for water play, small log slices for construction and any unused wind break poles or poles of similar description to weave the willow in the wild area. We will attach a picture below of the items to give you an idea. 

 

We we hope you enjoy the learning we have on show below. 

We are looking for

Guttering
Downpipes doesn’t have to be square
Windbreak poles
Windbreak poles
Loose parts
Loose parts

Creative Arts Week

Creative Arts Sculptures inspired by Andy Goldworthy

Making Leafman

Collecting sticks and leaves from our wild area.

Independent Learning

Where’s Wally

Our Topic this term is Where’s Wally.

Wally has been travelling around the world making stops at a number of different countries.

We wanted to share some of our stops with you.

Japan

Wales

Friday 6th September, 2019

We have had a fantastic first few days in Year 1. The children have impressed us by settling in so well - they are quickly getting used to their new routines and practices.

We are in the process of issuing reading materials for the children and will send these home, along with Reading Record Diaries, next week. In the meantime, keep reading stories to your child every day.

Our new topic is called ‘Where’s Wally?’ and focuses on different countries from around the World. We will learn a little bit about countries, world cultures and the similarities and differences in people and their traditions.  We will show the children some items from different countries.  If you have anything at home that your child could show to the class, please bring it to show and share on Monday.

Ideas: clothing, crafts, arts, pottery, beadwork, fabric, jewellery, musical instruments…

Thank you

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