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Curriculum Coverage

Welcome to our Year 1 Learning Hub!
 

Teacher: Mrs Mays       

Teaching Assistant: Miss McNab

 

Thank you for visiting our class page. On this class page you will be able to find out information about what is happening in Year 1, our half termly curriculum web and termly newsletters, as well as some fun ideas for how you can support learning at home. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Here is some important information for you: 

Drop off time: Year 1 = 8:50am 

Collection time: Year 1 = 3.10pm

Please can the children bring in a named water bottle and a coat each day and ensure ALL school uniform is named. 

 

PE: Wednesday and Friday

Children should come to school in their PE kit on these days. This consists of navy or black joggers/shorts with their house coloured PE t-shirt as well as their school hoodie or school jumper. 

Autumn 2
Lots of fun creating our 3D portraits today, can you guess which sculpture belongs to who?
Children in Need
We're doing something funny for the money....today we had a go at using the boom whackers to accompany 'Eye of the Tiger' in two parts. 
It was a little tricky but we tried very hard. 

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The children had a brilliant time at Seaton Sluice Library as part of the Hexham Book Festival and the Illuminating Sheep exhibit. The children listened to some excellent stories and created some fantastic sheep of there own. 
A HUGE thank you to all our of the library staff and Alex and Joe from the Northumberland Wildlife Trust.
The children used the 2Simple - Paint a Picture computer programme to create their own pointillism artwork inspired by Theo van Rysselberghe.
Autumn 1
Our enthusiastic year 1s went on an exciting trip to the Stephenson Railway Museum today. They learnt all about the life of George Stephenson and his son, Robert and how they revolutionised the modern railway.  The children took part in an hunt around the museum followed by an interactive story telling. They created observational drawings of 'Billy' the 3rd oldest surviving locomotive and then designed their own futuristic train.
The children are enjoying their Makaton dance sessions with Anna from Empower.
The children have settled in really well to Year 1. Well done everyone!