Welcome to 1P's class page. Miss Plaskitt is our class teacher and we also have Miss Marshall to help us with our learning. Please check back to this page as it will be regularly updated.
We have had a great start to our learning in 1P!
In Maths, we have been exploring different ways to sort objects into groups. We explored how we could sort by colour, type and size.
In English, we have been looking at the story of Little Red Riding Hood. First, we used playdough to explore some describing words before thinking about how we could describe our favourite character from the story.
This week in Maths we have been completing number sequences by counting forwards and backwards. The children discovered that when we count forwards, the numbers get bigger and when we count backwards they get smaller.
In Science, we have been learning about materials. We have been exploring how different materials look and feel and have worked hard to sort objects into groups. We enjoyed thinking about what it might be like if tables were made of jelly or chairs were made of chocolate!
This week in English we have introduced the story of The Three Little Pigs. As part of our outside learning we have been retelling the story, sequencing the events of the story and thinking of ways to describe the characters from the story.
In PE this week we have been focussing on developing spatial awareness whilst moving in different directions.
This week in Maths, we have been working hard to compare objects and numbers using less than, greater than and equal to.
In English this week we have been designing our own 'bad' characters to replace the wolf in the story of The Three Little Pigs. We are going to be using our characters to write our own version of the story. Here are some of our fantastic ideas.
In our computing lessons, we have designed our own bee-bot worlds and explored programming the bee-bots to move in different directions.
This week in Maths we have started to use part-whole models and explore how we can partition objects and numbers.
This week in Maths we have been learning our number bonds to 10. We worked hard to complete the big triangle challenge. For this challenge, we had to match the number bonds on each triangle to create one big triangle. We used our tens frames to help us.
These are the things we will be thinking about:
Why are friends important to you?
What does it mean to belong to a community of friends?
What are the qualities of a good friend?
Who is a role model that shows how to be a good friend?
What should we do when we disagree?
How can we protect and mend friendships?