We have been solving number problems and explaining our findings using objects to prove we are right.
What do you like to read? In Year 1 the children have been thinking about the range of books we have and which titles they enjoy most. They shared a wide range of books before choosing a favourite to recommend to a friend. Which came out top – Fiction or Non-fiction? On the day it was half and half.
Year 1 have been searching for capital letters. What do they look like? Where will they be? Can you write them correctly?
Children in Year 1 have been learning to write Mandarin characters. They started with the numbers one to ten.
Year 1 have been practising some Dance moves, plus creating their own Dance moves independently and as a pair. We are looking forward to sharing our Dance with you all on Friday!
Haojia, Harry and Noah completed a 1.5 km run at Chantry Park. Well done boys!
Riagan won Gold in the Manchester Youth Karate Open Championship and first place in the MEOPHAM Open Championship. He says his success is done to perseverance and never giving up when training is hard. Well done!
This morning Year 1 went to St Michael and all the angels church in Martlesham Heath to learn about the Christmas story. We had a great time and learnt a lot. Our teachers thought we showed good listening and good manners to all – well done year 1!
‘I Want One!’ by Dennis Reader was our first story after the holiday. We used it to help the children to think about how people behave and what happens when someone is greedy. There is a snake in the story and the children were challenged to find out about snakes and show different ways of representing them.’
Pupils across the whole school have been heard having fun with language during our Voice Box joke-telling competition. The event has raised awareness of the need to develop communication skills and confidence. Pupils and staff voted for Gorseland’s funniest joke at today’s class meeting – can you guess what it is?
Today, children across the school planted 450 trees around the school grounds. The children attached handmade labels to their tree so they can remember which tree is there’s once they grow up.