Year 1 - Miss Farrell
Welcome to Year 1HF!
We have 19 lovely children in our class. On our webpage you can follow the learning journey of our fantastic pupils. Here you can also find general reminders and photographs of all the exciting things we have been getting up to!
- Monster Phonics reading books and sharing books are changed every Monday.
- These books should be brought into school everyday.
- Children are expected to read at least three time per week with an adult at home.
- Books will only be changed if the home school diary has been signed three times.
- If you would like to know more about Monster Phonics click here.
- PE is on a Wednesday afternoon and the children can wear their school PE kit all day.
- No jewellery is to be worn
We have had a fantastic month in Year 1HF. In English we have finished our story ‘Dear Zoo’ and have began exploring our new book ‘Whatever Next’. To help us with our new story we have had a teddy bear visitor called Benny! In maths we have started looking at number bonds to 10, we have been using counters to represent various number bonds. We have also had lots of trips and visitors to Year 1 this month! We started the month with a trip to St Aiden’s church where we met Father David and explored a Christian church. To help us further investigate our science topic of Autumn, we walked to Backhouse Park where we explored the park and discovered lots of different plants and leaves. In science we have also been learning about the different animal classifications, so we had a visit from Angela’s Ark who showed us real life animals! In history we have been began our topic of old toys and have started by looking at toys from the past, we thoroughly enjoyed this. In PE we are now learning how to play hockey and have began by developing our coordination by dribbling with our hands. To finish off the moth we had a fantastic Halloween disco, where we danced and ate hotdogs!
September has been a very busy month! The children have all adapted to Year 1 brilliantly, they have worked hard and produced some fabulous work! This month we have tested and developed our knowledge of numbers by counting and sorting objects around our classroom, we even sorted ourselves into groups! We have also been reading the story Dear Zoo which we linked with our geography topic of animals, we have gained some amazing knowledge of the types of animals and then determined why some animals might not be appropriate to have as pets! To fulfil our class’ love of books, we walked to our local library, Back on the Map, where the children enjoyed picking out stories and reading with their friends. During the month we have witnessed changes in our environment, we have discussed why these changes are happening. We have learnt all about Autumn and produced some lovely activities linked to the changes we are seeing. Next month we are going on a trip to Backhouse Park to collect Autumn leaves! Around school we have also had some fantastic equipment installed over summer, such as the outdoor gym and KS1’s new playhouse, we have made sure to make use of these. We have all thoroughly enjoyed getting to know each other over this month and I can’t wait to see how the children progress over their time in Year 1!