Year 1 have been learning about different sacred places of worship during Interfaith Week. We had the opportunity to visit the East London Mosque and St Anne’s Church. We also learnt about Synagogues. During the week, we had the chance to interview some speakers from different religions to find about their faith and places of worship.
Tell us one fact that you learnt about a religion this week.
As part of this term’s English topic, ‘Kings, Queens and Castles’, a group of Year 1 pupils created their own stop motion animation. They built their own set and Plasticine characters and wrote and performed their script with amazing results! Here is the finished article:
This week, Year 1 enjoyed a wonderful beach setting in the hall! They played in the sand, looked at habitats such as rock pools and even ate some delicious ice cream!
It’s all part of their current Literacy unit, Beside the Seaside.
- Can you share some of the things you learned while Beside the Seaside?
- What was your favourite part of the experience?
- What other questions do you have about the beach and the animals that live there?
As part of their new Computing unit, We Are Painters, Year 1 have been using the iPads to create some brilliant illustrations.
Looking forward to summer already!
Using Brushes 3, they created some imaginative artwork and took some screenshots to record their efforts. During this term, they will be making illustrations to accompany an e-Book. Look out for more soon!
As part of our SEAL Assembly we have been discussing the topic of change.
Changes take place all the time. Some changes are so regular that we think they are just normal. Other changes can seem more difficult. They might seem a bit frightening because we are not sure what to expect. Changes such as starting a new class might worry us.
What changes are you looking forward to? Are they changes that make you feel uncomfortable?
We discussed some of the changes that would happen as year 1 and 2 start a new year in a new class.
Year 1 to 2
– new teacher
– new classroom
– work will get harder
– homework will be more challenging
– Be more independent
– new furniture
Year 2 to 3
– Different environment
– new playground
– different equipment
– different playtimes
– No afternoon play
– lunchtimes starts at 12.30pm
– lunch to be ate in house teams
– new teacher and adults
– different assembly times
Year 1 had a fantastic Sports Day. Some of the activities we took part in were:
– Beat the gaolie
– Long jump
– 30m sprint
– sack race
– wheelbarrow race
Have a read of our day out to Mile End stadium as part of Sports Day …
Today I went on a trip and then we went on sports day. Then we had plady in the grass Then we had a lunch. Then we went on a long blak web. We had a ches. Then I went on a long jump. Then we went toylet then we did our hand wash. Then we lin up.
Yesterday we went to milend stadiam so I can learn about sport’s day. my teacher palyed Beat the goaly. I played sack race and long jump. and I didn’t like the game caled beat the goaly and I loosed because I didn’t consotrating. the ball went at the right in the gras. When I played long jump I jumped in the sand. I got my shoes got filed with yeloa sand. I ran with my mum my fairet bit was the long jump.
Yesterday I went to mile end stadium we went by a coach it was fun over there. my partner was masum. My favourite was the wheel baroal race it was fantastic at 12 o’clock we ate lunch the sack race was hard. Then we watch people running after that we went back to school
Year 1 studied William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) and the story ‘The Tempest’ as part of Shakespeare Week.
The Tempest begins with a storm. Year 1 produced art work around the storm.
Year 1, what do you remember about Shakespeare week? What did you enjoy learning?
Have a look at the letters Year 1 wrote to their mums and dads, as they imagined being on the ship during the storm.