Mrs Hirst is the teacher in our Y1 class. Mrs Phillips is the teaching assistant. Ms Tuplin teaches Y1 on Mondays with Mrs Christlo. Our class name is The Hive and we are the bees.
Our Class Saint
St Therese of Lisieux. Patron Saint of the Missions. Feast day is 1st October.
Therese was known for being selfish, attention-seeking and spoiled. Therese wished to become a nun from the age of 3. When Therese was 13, she had what she called her 'Christmas Conversion.' In an instant, she stopped being selfish, became determined to help others and radiated joy. At the age of 15, Therese entered the monastery and achieved her dream. Therese is most known for her 'Little Way' - she spoke of doing small things with great love. Therese carried a string of beads and used them to count her good deeds. She believed it is not the greatness of what we do that matters, but the love with which we do them.
St Therese, pray for us.
Snapshot of Learning
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Big Question: How has our school and local area changed over the years?
Authentic Outcome: Victorian Classroom
Project Concepts: Change, belonging, community, identity
Science: Materials and Seasonal Changes
Computing: How do I use the computer independently? Create a label for DT structure
DT: Freestanding Structures - cribs
PE: Multiskills / Gymnastics
RE: Families / Belonging / Waiting
RSHE: Created to Love Others
Online Safety: The Social Web / Protecting Ourselves
Big Question: Where do we live?
Authentic Outcome: Create a local area project (e.g. new playground) and present idea to parish council)
Project Concepts: Identity, community, cohesion, beauty
Science: Plants and Seasonal Changes
Computing: What is a program? Beebots on a map / How do I present data using pictures? Pictograms
DT: Wheels and Axels - Vehicles
PE: Ball skills
RE: Special People / Meals / Change
PSHE: Living in the wider world
RSHE: Created to Live in Community
Online Safety: Commercial Risks / News and Media
Big Question: Where the Wild Things Are
Authentic Outcome: Animal Parade
Project Concepts: Care / Diversity / Stewardship
Art: Patterns and Printing
Music: Carnival of the Animals
Science: Animals including humans and Seasonal Changes
Computing: How do I present information using pictures?
DT: Preparing fruits and vegetables
PE: Jungle Dance / Athletics
RE: Holidays & Holydays / Being Sorry / Neighbours
PSHE: Health & wellbeing
RSHE: Created and Loved by GodOnline Safety: Lifestyle and Health
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