Take a look at some of the activities that we have been doing so far this term in Year 1.
In Maths we have continued our work on multiplication and division. We have been looking at arrays and writing the two multiplication number sentences that go with each array. We have also been using counting objects to make groups of/ … Continued
In Science, we went for a leaf hunt on the back field and talked about any changes that the seasons have brought. We then collected some fallen leaves and made them into a leaf necklace. We have continued to look at … Continued
In English this week we have been focusing on Poetry and performance poetry. We watched a video of Michael Rosen performing his poem The Rhythm of Life and then we worked in small groups to put actions to the poem. … Continued
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Bookfeast with Year 2 today. Tom Percival was really engaging to listen to. We listened to him read his story Perfectly Norman and he told us about how he started off with his writing and illustrating. … Continued
Thank you to Zoe from All Stars cricket who came in to lead a taster session with Years 1 and 2. The children thoroughly enjoyed learning fielding and batting skills through lots of fun games. They worked brilliantly as a … Continued
This week we have worked in small groups to plant broad bean seeds. We thought carefully about what a plant needs so that it can grow healthily. We also talked about the order that we needed to follow the instructions … Continued
On Wednesday 18th April we went on a class trip to Harcourt Arboretum for the Spring Splendour workshop. During this session we: • Thought about spring, and how the plants and trees change at this time of year. • Discovered signs … Continued
What a fantastic collection of Easter Bonnets in Evenlode Class this year!
Our final piece of Australian art is on display in class for you to see. The children worked in small groups to draw and cut out leaves. They then painted, decorated and assembled their leaf wreaths which look really eye-catching!