Miss Baddiley, Miss Brown and Mrs Atherton
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If your child has SEND, please note that there are activities available on the sunshine room class page. If you have any queries or questions about work set on the sunshine room page please contact Mrs Reed on j.reed@allsaints-pri.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and is expected to be back in by the following Friday.
For this half term P.E. will fall on a Wednesday (Outdoor Games) and Friday (Gym). Please remember to bring in your P.E. kit. As we are in the colder months please make sure you bring an extra jumper and jogging pants with you.
Spellings will be given out every Friday and you will be tested on Friday, The spellings will mainly be 'tricky words' which children use every day and need practice spelling.
Year 1 visited Eureka to learn about the human body. We saw lots of exciting things and took part in different interactive activities.
On Friday 22nd November, All Saints celebrated European Day of Languages. Year 1 focused on Greece, learning lots about the language and the culture. We really enjoyed listening to Greek music and learning how to Greek dance. In the afternoon, we tried Greek meze and it was delicious! We ended our day by saying 'Opa' and throwing our plates on the floor.
Our Great Fire of London day:
On Tuesday 26th November, Year 1 came to school dressed in their best 1666 attire. We were very busy building and decorating houses similar to those found in London before the Great Fire. In the afternoon, we were visited by the Fire Service who taught us about fire safety and let us use the powerful hoses which they use to put out fires today!
Nocturnal Animal Workshop:
This term, we have been learning about the four seasons, alongside nocturnal and diurnal animals. We were really excited to find out that on Thursday 6th February we would have the opportunity to meet and hold some of our favourite nocturnal animals. Here are some pictures from our amazing afternoon!!
Here are some pictures of Year 1 holding the chicks.