Welcome to Class 1
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Visit to St Helen’s Church
Class 1 visited St Helen’s Church as part of our RE topic ‘What can we learn from visiting a church?’. Father McTeer showed us around the church and the different features that a church has. Everyone had the opportunity to ask questions and even ring the church bells.
In Science this term Class 1 have been learning about plants, their functions and what a plant needs to grow. Every member of the class planted a bean and watered their bean each day.
These pictures show how tall the bean plants were after 7 weeks! Some of them were nearly as tall as some members of our class!
This week in Maths we have been looking at position and direction including full turns, half turns and quarter turns. The children showed these different directions individually then worked in pairs to direct each other using this terminology.
The Naughty Bus
In Geography we have been reading the ‘Naugthy Bus’ who loves to hide. This week he left clues to find him hiding in the school yard and a birds eye map for the children to find him. The children then drew their own birds eye view map of the classroom and where they would hide the Naughty Bus.
Class 1 really enjoyed our visit from Chris Bostock who is a story teller. The children learned how to retell a story using actions. In class we are making a story map with the actions so we can retell the story individually.
Senses – Taste
This term we are exploring our different senses. Today we looked at our sense of taste and tried different foods. The class were given the different tastes, sour, sweet, bitter and salty and had to match these to the different foods. Our favourite tastes were sweet and salty.
Art one have been experimenting with paint this week and creating movement with colour by blowing through straws.
Place value in teen numbers
Class 1 using multilink to support their understanding of how many tens and ones make a teen number.
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