For part of National Poetry Day, we learnt the poem Cabbage by Roger McGough. We practised the poem together and then performed it in front of the school for Celebration Assembly. We thought that the poem was really funny and … Continued
We were very excited to visit our new school library last week. We are really looking forward to spending more time in there.
As part of National Fitness Day on the 26th September, we began our weekly Active Blast Fitness Challenges. We really enjoyed our ‘Strong Hearts’ active blasts. We copied the actions carefully and talked about how our heart beats faster when … Continued
We were thrilled to unveil our new library to the children on Monday morning. Each class visited the library and had a few minutes to explore the new layout and exciting new additions. We would like to say an enormous … Continued
What an exciting day we had in our class yesterday! It appeared that Pirates had been in school and we used our treasure maps to go on a treasure hunt on the back field. As the ground was too hard … Continued
Take a look at some of the activities that we have been doing so far this term in Year 1.
Brazil was the country that KS1 and FS St Giles Team were learning about for our Football World Cup House afternoon. We had lots of fun learning about some of the famous people from Brazil, some of the main features … Continued
Our Interhouse sporting events culminated in our School Games Sports Evening which took place on 06.07.18. The points from all of the Interhouse sport competitions throughout the academic year had been added together and the results were as follows: … Continued
As part of our work in DT for the Great Fire of London, we made Tudor style houses that would have been similar to those from 1666. To replicate the Great Fire in 1666, we set fire to our houses! … Continued
Earlier this year we took part in the Beyond Sport Poetry Competition. Winning entries from our school were sent off to the organisers at County Level and we were thrilled to announce that Lilou in Year 1 had been chosen as … Continued