Mrs. Richards Year 1 Teacher (Monday – Wednesday)
Mrs. Larrington Year 1 Teacher (Thursday – Friday)
Mrs. Burgess Teaching Assistant
Mrs. Kalabza Teaching Assistant
Mrs. Hogan 1:1 Support
What have we been learning:
In Geography in the autumn term, the children were learning about where we live. They learnt about the different continents of the world and enjoyed singing the continent song. They then learnt about the United Kingdom and discovered some of the national foods, flowers, animals, patriot saints and traditions in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland were. They also enjoyed singing the song for this too. They then found out some of the popular places in Dunstable where they live and finally learnt about their own addresses and where they live. We finished by writing a postcard to their family to share what they had enjoyed learning in Year 1 and posted them in the post box using a stamp.
In History in the autumn term, the Children were finding out about how things have changed in the past. They created timelines of their lives and events that they felt were significant like starting school, being in lockdown, moving houses or if they had brothers or sisters born. They also learnt about how telephones had changed over time, they got to play with toys from the past and used photographic evidence to compare what schools used to be like compared to what they are like today.
In art in the autumn term, the children were focusing on ‘Painting’. They started by discovering and learning about the Primary and Secondary colours. They then used this to create some art based on Jackson Pollock where they have to flick paint on to their own individual art and drip paint on a whole class display in the style of Jackson Pollock. Then during Black History month, they created art based on Alma Thomas’s ‘Eclipse’ artwork. Whilst focusing on different artists they were able to talk about the Primary and Secondary colours they were using.
Design and Technology
Raising money for Charity on ‘Christmas Jumper Day’