Welcome to Year 1! Our class Teachers are Miss Hornby and Mrs Murray. Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs James and Mrs Kinane.
We are very excited to welcome Miss Hornby to Year 1! Whilst Miss Hamilton is busy getting ready for her first baby, Miss Hornby will be working with Mrs Murray, Mrs James and Mrs Kinane.
Tuesday 7th November - OH NO! Mrs Murray's and Miss Hamilton's teddies have gone missing! They are our favorite toys and we are really sad that they have gone. Please keep an eye out for them!
Tuesday 7th November - This week in maths we have been focusing on subtraction. We worked together to answer this problem. We learnt that we have to be very careful when using a number line and check the amount of jumps we do is right.
Thursday 2nd November - Today we were left a story book on the carpet that told us the dog's name and who he belonged to. We worked in partners to write down some adjectives to describe the dog.
Tuesday 31st October- Today we came in from playtime to discover a teddy dog, a collar and a blanket! We did not know where they came from or who they belonged to. We predicted what the dog's name is and who it belongs to.
Monday 16th October - Today we have created our own story maps for our class story - The Bumblebear.
In art we have been learning about primary and secondary colors. We did an experiment to see what happened when we mixed the primary colors together.We were amazed with the results! We made the colors purple, orange and green.
This week we had a super surprise. Bumblebear paid us a visit to ask us for some more honey. We left him lots of our ideas over night and in the morning we received a second letter!
22/09/2017 - MATHSToday we have been learning about greater/more than,fewer/ less than and equal to. We have compared different amounts including numbers and objects. Have a go at this game below - we will be looking at the crocodile signs next week!
Can you practise the lower case letters at home? Remember to start with a woosh!
In maths this week we are learning how to count 1 more or 1 less than a given number to 10. Have a go at these examples if you can...