Find out more about what we have been learning over the autumn term by looking through our class page.
In Hazel class our class agreement is:
Treat others how you would like to be treated
Always keep four legs on the floor
Keep your hands and your feet clean and to yourself
Respect each other and each other's property
Be polite to everyone in the whole wide world
If someone looks lonely, ask them if they would like to play
Do keep looking at our class page and let us know if there is anything you would like to add.
Miss Cornelius, Mrs Pasmore and Ms Morris
Year 1 Fidget Spinners Investigation
In maths we've been investigating time and who owns the fidget spinner that spins for the longest amount of time... Our current record is 3 minutes and 50 seconds, can you beat this at home?
We've been designing our own superhero logos in D&T and have recreated them on the computer. Now we're practising our needlework skills and preparing to stitch over our logo templates. Here are some photos of the process so far... Look out for running stitch and back stitch!
The Perfect Pet Wow out and dog safety assembly
During the first week of term we had a visitor from the Blue Cross at school. We were taught all about safety with dogs and we learnt more about caring for our pets. Some of us were trained as a dog would be, some learnt how to bandage a poorly paw, and others even practised how to carefully and safely pick up their poo! We had loads and loads of questions to ask and are hoping to become pen pals with some of the animals cared for at the Blue Cross animal shelter.
In Hazel we've welcomed some exciting new members into the class this week... about 500 new members in the form of frogspawn!
Along with our 'The Perfect Pet' topic we are looking forward to learning more about these animals. We will be showing respect and caring for them whilst they go through the initial stages of their life cycles.
The Perfect Pet - WOW in
We are basing our new topic on the book Wanted: The Perfect Pet by Fiona Robertson.
We will be focusing on geography and science; exploring the places where animals originate from, life cycles, classification and materials.
Today we made our own little pets in the form of caterpillars! Have a look at our finished products...
During our 'Imagineering' topic we've created and measured structures, tested bridges, investigated materials, and researched mechanisms. Our WOW in enabled us to be mini civil engineers for a day, so for our WOW out we became mechanical engineers! We built the moving vehicles that we'd designed before half term and then paraded around the hall so we could see and test our finished products. Here are some pictures...
What's the time..... KS1?
All of KS1 have been busy bees learning all about time in maths lessons for the last two weeks. We have been really impressed by those children who have shown us their fantastic time telling skills.
It is a fantastic skill to conquer early on and one that can be practised at home. We really encourage all parents to help their children learn to read the time fluently, whether it be asking what the time is or what the time will be in half an hour. Just keep it ticking over...!
Here are some photos of Year 1 making watches and showing off their fabulous new skills!
Imagineering - WOW In
During our new Imagineering topic we will be learning all about structures and thinking like mini engineers!
For our WOW in we were set a challenge: Who could build the tallest structure using only spaghetti and marshmallows? After planning and discussing ideas, we started to construct. Two hours and 260 gooey and sticky fingers later..... here is what we built!
Worcester Over 100 Years Ago - Printing WOW out
We used Victorian artist William Morris as inspiration for our own nature-themed printing designs. We had a go at two types of printing, with a polystyrene tile (where we scratched into the surface) and a cardboard block (where we added on extra layers).
Year 1 Maths Café
The fairy tale themed maths café was very exciting and we had lots of opportunities to show our families all that we've been learning during maths lessons this term. Have a look at the document below to read about some of these activities and see some photographs.
Autumn Weaving Webs
After exploring weaving with paper plates and materials, we wanted to create a weaving web using objects from nature. We created frames from the sticks we had collected and wove our webs using yarn and all sorts of natural objects.
We also made a class weaving web and donated it to the Family Fireworks Night at the Parish Hall. We were delighted when they announced Hazel class won the competition! A BIG thank you for the books voucher and the sweets!
Here is our class weaving web. Below are the ones each of us made.
Academic Year 2015- 2016 Mrs Fisher