Year 1- Puffins: Blog items
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 12:23pm
Well done to our Funda Superstar! For excellent effort with the inflatable challenge.
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:10am
We have had a wonderful afternoon with a 100% attendance from Puffin Parents. The children loved having you in. Hope everyone has a great half term!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:08am
We’ve had an amazing morning on the inflatables!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:07am
Penguins have worked hard to create new books for their friends in Nursery. They have spent the week planning it, making it and then read their creations to the Nursery children. What a lovely way to end the week!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:04am
Puffins had a great PE lesson this week. We applied the effective running style we have been learning about in a game situation. First we played ‘Domes and Dishes’. We worked in two groups to turn the cones into ‘domes’ or ‘dishes’, the team with the most won. We then played ‘Rob the nest’. We worked in 4 teams and had to collect as many things as we could from the nest in the middle. Some brilliant team work, well done!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:03am
This is afternoon we went into a time machine to another classroom from the past. We became Victorian children and we did some lessons using chalk and a pretend slate. One of our children even tried on a dunce hat too! We then made comparisons between the past and present classrooms.
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:01am
Well done one to our home superstars!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 10:00am
We have been learning about ordinal numbers and applied this in various races. We did a boat race, running race and Paw Patrol vehicle race. We are applying this new learning in word problems tomorrow. How many ordinal numbers can you remember? 1st, 2nd…
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:56am
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:54am
We have acted out the lifecycle of a frog and then created it using playdough and labelled it by writing on the tables!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:54am
This week we have been using our counting skills to find one more than a number. Miss Southern set us a challenge to find all the dominoes that showed one more. We almost blew her socks off!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:53am
This week we have been reading ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Judith Kerr. We thought it was very funny when the tiger couldn’t stop eating and ate everything in Sophie’s house! We wrote a shopping list for Sophie’s mum, drew some pictures to answer questions about the text, sequenced the story and we hot seated the tiger. A very busy morning in Puffins!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:49am
This morning we loved being able to ask Mrs Forshaw questions about Lizzy our very own school reptile. We have been learning all about animals in Science and enjoyed having the opportunity to ask questions and touch and hold her. We used information books to find out even more facts.
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:48am
We played a whole class game today. Mrs Lenagan held up some objects and if we had a card that represented the number we had to come to the front. We also had to move to music and find all our friend that had the same number of objects they were representing. We blew our Teacher’s socks off! How many ways can you think to represent and amount of objects?
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:47am
We joined Dove Class today to share our letters back to the Crayons from our story. We listened to some children perform their letter too. The Puffin Class were captivated!
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:46am
This morning we listened to the Dove Class read us The Day the Crayons Quit which is our whole school book focus and we helped by holding up the crayon characters. Once the children went back to their class we got into our groups and produced freeze frames for the different characters and acted them out on the outdoor stage. Can you guess who we were?
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:43am
We have had an amazing first day back. We’ve been completing challenges, working as a team and earning lots of house points! What was your favourite part of the day?
Date: 10th Mar 2020 @ 9:40am
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