A Busy Week in Year 1

A Busy Week in Year 1

Last week, 1D welcomed their parents into their class and enjoyed sharing all of their fabulous work. Their parents were incredibly excited to take home an African clay pot and enjoyed seeing the children’s green screen creations via a QR code.

This week the Year 1 children have all come together to put on a spectacular African assembly for their parents. They ‘wowed’ everyone with their fantastic singing and dancing as well as learning some very tricky lines. There was drumming, stories, colourful clothes, musical dance, marvellous masks and even some animal riddles. Very well done Year 1!!!

On Wednesday morning, as part of their RE lesson, the Year 1 children re-enacted the Last Supper! The children made their own sandwiches, choosing which yummy fillings to add. Then they had a lovely time chatting until the guards arrived to arrest Jesus! Well done Year 1, you sensibly and respectfully played your roles well.

Later in the week, Year 1 were excited to dodge the rain and get outside and become Spring Spotters! Wandering around the school the children looked for signs that Spring had arrived. Snow drops, catkins, blossom, daffodils and primroses were all present around the school meaning Spring is finally here!

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