'Speak Out and Stay Safe'
We looked at the compass directions - North, South, East and West and the purpose of a compass.
We took turns using a compass to find different directions.
We created 'Messy Maps' of the classroom working in mixed ability groups.
A 'Messy Map' is a 3D representation of a place/area using a variety of art and junk modelling materials.
We compared weights by direct comparison and measured weights using non-standard uniform units.
We explored the physical properties of a variety of everyday materials by testing different objects.
We tested materials to see how they behave.
We performed basic balances using gymnastic shapes.
We gained in confidence in performing balances on and off the apparatus.
BALANCE CONTROL TENSION SHAPES
Imagine a school day with no pens at all - would it be wonderful or impossible?
In Class I on Thursday 15th February, we didn't use any pens or pencils all day. We explored learning through lots of listening and speaking. We had lots of fun with practical Maths!
We looked at the story of 'The Good Samaritan' and identified the many acts of kindness shown within the story by the helpful stranger. We explored the reasons why 'The Good Samaritan' was helpful and kind, generous and considerate.
We had fun acting out scenes from the story using stick puppets.
Catherine Hollies from Dudley Performing Arts worked with us in PE to create a detailed dance based upon the weather and the different seasons.
We performed individually, with partners and in groups, as well as together as a class.
There was so much to remember!
We explored how the prefix 'un' changes the meaning of verbs and adjectives.
We matched words with 'un' to their root words.
How many 'un' words can you make? Make a list!
We made timelines for a historical figure in history - MARY SEACOLE.
We worked together in teams to sequence events in order by date.
Y1 and Y2 DT Project: Measuring and Recording the Weather
We would like to say a BIG THANK YOU! for all the contributions brought in this week towards our DT project. Much appreciated! From all the KS1 Staff.
KS1 Visit to the Wyre Forest
'Animals in the Forest'
KS1 Visit to Dingle Woods