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Key Stage 1 Sports Day

This Morning, we had a great time. We took part in lots of different sporting events. Tell someone at home all about it.

Well done to everyone! A big thank you to year 6 who ran the activities so well.

Posted by Alice Little on 09 Jul 2019

Year 1 Home Learning

We have been learning about verbs and adverbs.

Can you write some sentences about your day? Try to include a verb and an adverb.

E.g.

I brush my teeth carefully.

I eat my breakfast slowly.

I run quickly to the bus stop.

Have fun!

Posted by Alice Little on 04 Jul 2019

Year 1’s Plant Stall!

Well done, Year 1! On Saturday, we sold lots of flowers and vegetables on our stall. We have been busy growing all term so it was great to see our produce sold to happy customers!

We told our customers how much everything was and they looked at our price lists.
We counted the money carefully and gave change.
Thanks for coming to our stall!

Posted by Alice Little on 30 Jun 2019

Year 1 Home Learning

Think about these amounts of money:
5p, 10p, 20p, 50p and £1.
Can you make these amounts using:
The fewest coins possible.
And then:
The most coins possible, BUT you must use at least 2 different kinds of coin.
Good Luck!

Posted by Sheree Butler on 28 Jun 2019

‘Don’t Stop’ by 1L

We will be singing our fabulous song on Saturday! Don’t forget to practise at home! We hope you can come.

Posted by Alice Little on 27 Jun 2019

1 L Strawberry picking

Today, we had a lovely day down on the farm! Tell everyone about our day!

A big thank you to all the grown ups who helped us today!

Posted by Alice Little on 26 Jun 2019

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 Carnival dance

Can you practise our dance for carnival?

Posted by Alice Little on 21 Jun 2019

Year 1 Home learning

Can you practise our carnival song? Can you remember the actions too?

Posted by Alice Little on 21 Jun 2019

Year 1 Home Learning

We have been thinking about rhyming words and writing our own versions of ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’.

Can you make the longest rhyme string?

Here’s one to start you off: cat, fat, bat, rat, sat, that, hat.

Can you make a longer one?

Or you might like to make you own version of another rhyme. Have fun!

Posted by Alice Little on 14 Jun 2019

Gardening and painting in 1L

We have been planted sunflower seeds and thinning out our crops! Thanks for the great photos Paige!

Posted by Alice Little on 12 Jun 2019