Nafferton Primary School

"Where Childhood Matters"

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Year 1

 

Home Learning

Phonics
In Foundation & KS1 we follow the letters and sounds programme to deliver Phonics.
This document is supplemented by a range of materials to ensure the best possible outcomes are achieved.

Summer message for Hedgehogs


29.6.20: The Pirates Next Door starring The Jolley Rogers by Jonny Duddle

26.6.20: Year 1 Bubble Photographs from last couple of weeks

We have had a very busy couple of weeks. With the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, we created a food diary, a French dictionary using key words and lots of caterpillar art! 
Last week was all about animals and mini-beasts! We designed our own animals all very interesting and recreated them using nature. We also painted ladybird rocks, wanted posters and went on a minibeast hunt. 

22.6.20: Miss Searby reads "What the Ladybird Heard", by Julia Donaldson

19.6.20 - Year 1 Bubble message...

19.6.20 - Message from Mrs Ayre for Y1...

W.C. 8.6.20: Year 1 Bubble Photographs

This week we have been reading the Enormous Turnip and completed lots of related activities. Along with this story and root vegetable oil pastel work, we have discovered fairy houses on the school grounds! This led to lots of fairy activities including making fairy dens, fairy wands, spells, paintings and lego fairy houses.

WC 1.6.20: Hedgehogs return

This week we have been reading Jack and the Beanstalk and have been very busy. From creating story maps, measuring giants' feet and retelling the story! We have also spent lots of time outside creating nature weaves and even took part in the YV singing challenge! 


1.6.20: Miss brown growing cress seeds...

1.6.20: Mrs Rothwell reads Jack and the Beanstalk, adapted and published by Milly and Flynn

Handwriting Practice (18.5.20)

18.5.20: Miss Searby reads 'Superworm', by Julia Donaldson

11.5.20: Miss Whelan reads 'Somebody Swallowed Stanley' , by Sarah Roberts

4.5.20 - Mrs Brown reads 'The Storm Whale', by Benji Davies.

Please listen to it in order to complete the homework.

27.4.20 - Mrs Rothwell reads 'Commotion in the Ocean', by Giles Andreae. 

Please listen to it in order to complete the homework.

A message from Miss Searby to the Hedgehogs...

A message from Mr Buckley to the Hedgehogs...

A message from Mrs Ayre to Year 1...

World Book Day

Space Days

Chinese New Year celebrations!

Outdoor maths 22.1.20 where children worked together to solve a variety of problems

In our classroom we have a fantastic space-related sensory area which allows the children to explore different textures to play with.  Here are some children working and playing together gathering scientific samples and discovering the changing textures.

The hedgehogs have been training how to be an astronaut this week. They had 5 stations and had to count how many exercises their friend did! 

Nativity drama in class

Christmas Stocking making for our DT project

Christingle Church Service

A Noisy Nativity!

The children performed their nativity in the church for the first time.

Children joined in with the Remembrance service and activities throughout the day.

Hedgehogs enjoying a variety of Diwali themed activities for the day

Hedgehogs  - 21.10.19

 

Room on the Broom

The hedgehogs got into their guided reading groups and acted out the story using a lovely pink broom! The characters did their parts very well with some children even remembering the words without needing them being prompted.

The dragon was quite scary, but our actors and narrators – who helped to finish off the rhyme in the sentence – were not afraid!

Science and the human body

In maths we have been learning about less than, greater than and equal to