Year 1

The class teacher is Miss Devaney

 

 

Topic this Term: Animals.

 

Homework due in: Wednesday

 

PE Day: Tuesday

 

Spelling Test: Friday

 

Phonics Screening - Week beginning 10th June 2018

 

 

 

Newsletters

 

13/07/2018

 

A brilliant week for Year One! We have had lots of fun this week! We have continued to look at poetry in Literacy this week and have also written a letter to the Foundation Stage children to tell them all about Year One. In maths we have done some addition and also learned about capacity. We have been working hard to make our pet carriers in D and T and have planned and evaluated them. This week we also enjoyed our pizza party and had a great time on the bouncy castle! A fantastic end to the year, Year One. You have all worked so hard and all the teachers are very proud of you! Good luck in Year Two!

 

 

06/07/2018

 

A great week for Year One! In literacy, we have been looking at poetry and writing our own examples of different styles of poems. In maths, we have developed our understanding of ordering numbers and have learned about the greater than and less than crocodiles! In PSHE, we have thought about why we are lucky and what makes us special. We have also learned about the Christian ceremony of Baptism and took part in our own celebration. A very busy week! Well done everyone!

 

 

29/06/2018

 

A very enjoyable week in Year One! This week, we have been looking at doubling and halving in maths. We have also been halving and quartering shapes. In literacy, we have written our own stories based on the book of ‘Oliver's Vegetables’. In science, we have been looking at the weather in each season. We have also been making a weather diary and this week has been all blue skies and bright sunshine! In P.E,. we have been practising how to do a long jump from a standing start. This week, we have also been listening to the Four Seasons pieces of classical music by Vivaldi. This is to link with our science topic. We talked about what each piece of music makes us think of, and also compared how they were different and the same. We have all worked very hard this week! 

 

 

22/06/2018

 

A fantastic week for Year One as always! This week we have been looking at the story of Oliver's Vegetables in Literacy. In maths, we have been solving missing number problems with addition and subtraction. We have enjoyed looking at the seasons and the weather associated with each. We have been working hard practising for sports day and developing our running and racing skills. Well done everyone!

 

 

15/06/2018

 

What a brilliant week for Year One! This week, we have been writing our own stories based on ‘Whatever Next’. We have thought about our own characters and what might happen. In Maths, we have been practicing telling the time to o'clock and half past. We have also been learning about full, half and quarter turns. In curriculum, we have started designing a home for a pet which we will be making out of junk modelling materials later in the term. Year One have worked exceptionally hard this week! Well done everyone!

 

 

08/06/2018

 

A great start to the final term of the year for Year One. This week in Literacy, we have been reading the story of ‘Whatever Next’, about a little bear who flies to the moon. In Maths, we have been partitioning numbers into tens and ones and developing our understanding of number sequencing. We have started a new science topic this term about ‘Our Changing World’ and the seasons. We have also been looking at different places in Hull and discussing if they are human or physical features. In PE, we have continued our work on athletics and have been working hard to develop our skills. Well done, Year One. Keep working hard!

 

 

25/05/2018

 

A brilliant week for Year One this week! We have all worked so hard. In maths this week, we have been developing our understanding of addition and subtraction and have begun looking at the relationship between the two. In writing, we have been practising writing our sentences using the correct punctuation. We have enjoyed many other activities this week, particularly the school picnic! The highlight of our week was definitely the visit from some minibeasts and Bugtopia. Well done to those who were brave enough to hold the critters! Fantastic work as always Year One, I hope you all enjoy your well-earned rest over the holiday!

 

 


18/05/2018

 

A great week for Year One this week! In Maths, we have been learning all about shapes. We have been recognising and naming both 2D and 3D shapes. In Literacy, we have been writing the story of ‘Owl Babies’ and have been working hard on our presentation. This week in Science, we looked at the results of our experiment to see what a plant needs to grow. We found that the seeds needed light and water in order to be healthy! We have been extremely busy preparing for our Royal Wedding celebrations and have been making sandwiches. Well done, Year One. Keep working hard. 

 

 

11/05/2018

 

A brilliant week for Year One! This week we have started a new book in Literacy and are reading Owl Babies. In Maths, we have been developing our understanding of division and have done some absolutely brilliant work! We finished our science experiment looking at the size of seed and the plant that grows. We found that the biggest seed did grow into the biggest plant! Well done everyone!

 

 

04/05/2018

 

A busy week for Year One this week! In Literacy we have continued reading the story of ‘The Rainbow Fish’ and have retold the story in detail. In Maths this week, we have been looking at multiplication and using arrays to multiply two numbers. In Science, we have been watching our sunflowers grow and learning about how a seed grows into a plant. We are looking forward to seeing how our plants continue to grow in the coming weeks. In our curriculum lessons this week, we have been learning about snakes and have designed our own snake sculpture to make in the following lessons. We have all worked very hard! Well done, Year One keep on working hard! 

 

 

27/04/2018

 

What a fantastic week for Year One! This week we have been reading the story of ‘The Rainbow Fish’ and writing a description of the characters. In maths, we have been looking at number bonds and also adding multiples of ten. We have been carefully watching our seeds grow into small shoots this week. We also had a visit from the school nurse to learn about the importance of washing our hands properly. Well done everyone!

 

 

20/04/2018

 

Year One have worked very hard this week! In Literacy, we have continued our work on Elmer the Elephant and have written some fantastic stories! In maths we have been looking at money and adding amounts. This week we have been immersed in the artwork of Joan Miro and have been creatively making our own versions of his work! Well done Year One!

 

 

13/04/2018

 

A fantastic start to the Summer term in Year One! This week we have started our new science topic all about plants. We have all planted sunflower seeds to see who can grow the tallest! In maths this week, we have started looking at coins and money while in Literacy we have learned how to make new words by adding ed, ing or un. In art, we have been painting different animals. We are all ready for our NAPA production next week and are looking forward to performing. Well done everyone!


23/03/2018

 

A fantastic week in Year One! This week we have been reading the story of Elmer in English and related our topic work to elephants. We have found out where elephants live and made a collage of Elmer using different coloured squares of paper. We have also tried out colour mixing with paint to make the different colours of Elmer. In maths we have been looking at sequences events and vocabulary to do with time, such as morning, afternoon and evening. A very busy week! Well done everyone, enjoy your hard earned rest! I look forward to the Summer term!

 

 

16/03/2018

 

A brilliant week for Year One. We have been looking at the story of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ for Shakespeare week. The children have really enjoyed this story and shown an excellent understanding! In maths, we have continued to look at measuring weight. At the Parent Partnership afternoon, we drew pictures of Romeo and Juliet and William Shakespeare. We also made special masks! Well done Year One, keep working hard.

 

 

09/03/2018

 

Wow! What a fantastic week of science Year One have had! This week, we have been learning all about the astronaut Tim Peake! We have written a report about him and found out  about his life. We have carried out lots of science experiments including fixing an astronaut's glove and making craters on the surface of the moon in flour! We have also designed and made our own rockets. Our week was topped off with a 'like' on Twitter from Tim himself! Well done Y1! Scientists in the making!

 

 

02/03/2018

 

A busy week for Year One this week! In Literacy we have been writing a non-chronological report all about bears. In maths, we have been measuring length using different objects such as cubes and paperclips. We have also begun to learn how to measure with a ruler! In science we carried out an investigation to find out which material is the best for mopping up spills. We had a brilliant world book day, looking at the work of Julia Donaldson! Well done to everyone!

 

 


23/02/2018

 

{img-right] A great start to the new term for Year One. This week we have been busy working on the story of 'We're going on a bear hunt.' We have looked at the different parts of the story and even made up a dance to the story in P.E. In maths, we have looked at subtraction and have developed our understanding of number bonds. We have started our new topic all about animals and have been learning about the amazing lions! Well done Year One!

 

 

09/02/2018

 

A wonderful week for Year 1 this week. We have been writing about the sweetie house in Hansel and Gretel and have produced some amazing pieces of work! In maths, we have continued looking at addition and have worked on missing number problems. This week for DT, we have made and evaluated our moving pictures. We also enjoyed the final rugby session with Hull KR. Finally we topped off the week with the Valentine's disco! What a busy time! Enjoy the holidays Year 1, you definitely deserve it!

 

 

02/02/2018

 

A fantastic week for Year One. We have been writing the story of Jack and the Beanstalk this week and have produced some brilliant pieces of work! We have been trying really hard to add more detail into our writing. In maths, we have been practising counting in 2's, 5's and 10's and continuing number patterns. We have also been developing our understanding of addition. In PE this week, we enjoyed a session with Hull KR and learned about evasion and side stepping! In science, we learned all about which animals are herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Well done Year One! Keep up the hard work!

 

 

26/01/2018

 

A great week for Y1 this week! This week in literacy we have been looking at the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. We have described the giant using adjectives and written about the character of Jack. In maths, we have started to learn about multiplication and have used Numicon and arrays to solve these questions. In DT this week, we have designed a moving picture using characters from our literacy story. We also continued to develop our rugby skills with Hull KR. We have looked at Democracy this week and even thought about what we would do if we ran the school!

 

 

19/01/2018

 

A busy week for Year One this week. In Literacy, we have continued writing the story of ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ and have done some fantastic pieces of work on this. In maths, we further developed our understanding of halving numbers and even looked at one quarter of a shape and number! We all thoroughly enjoyed working with Hull KR this week and learned about different techniques for throwing and catching a rugby ball. We have also worked hard on learning the song "The Bare Necesseties" and have been practising singing the song. We looked at what the song made us think of and how it made us feel. Well done Year One, keep up the hard work.

 

 

12/01/2018

 

A very busy start to the new term for Year One. In literacy we have been reading the story of Goldilocks and used adjectives to describe her in a wanted poster! We also wrote a letter to say sorry from Goldilocks to the bears. In maths, we have continued developing our understanding of numbers to 100 and have also looked at halving a shape and number. We enjoyed taking part in two special PE sessions this week with Hull KR and Yorkshire Cricket board. We learned new skills and activities and had lots of fun!

 

 

 

15/12/2017

 

What an amazing week of performances for Year One this week! We all thoroughly enjoyed performing our Nativity after a lot of hard work getting it just right! We also were involved in this term's NAPA production which gave us another opportunity to showcase our singing talents! This week, we have also made Christingles for the service at the church. We have also been working hard on our reading skills in Guided Reading and continuing to work on sharing in Maths. Well done everyone!

 

 

08/12/2017

 

A busy, busy week for Year One this week! We have been perfecting our Christmas Production and are all looking forward to performing it to everyone next week! We have also been practising our dancing and singing skills further in NAPA this week. We have continued our work on The Three Little Pigs in writing, and in maths we have been looking at sharing! This week in RE, we have learned about the Christian tradition of The Christingle. Finally, we learned about the White Ribbon campaign and who we can talk to if we are being bullied, or know of someone being hurt. We also saw the Fire Engine! Wow, what a fun week! Well done Year One!

 

 

01/12/2017

 

A very busy week for Year One! This week we have started on our new story in Literacy and are looking at the Three Little Pigs. We have mapped out the story using some fantastic illustrations! In maths, we have been practicing counting in 2's, 5's and 10's and have completed some missing number sequences. This week, we have also been looking at the importance of staying safe online and what information we should never share on the Internet. We have also thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the NAPA sessions! Well done Year One!

 

 

24/11/2017

 

A busy week for Year One! We started the week with our fairy tale day and had lots of fun doing many different fairy tale activities including making some delicious gingerbread men. This week in literacy we have written instructions on how to make gingerbread biscuits. In maths we have continued to learn our number bonds by looking at those numbers that make 20. We all had a brilliant time at the Parent Partnership afternoon, working together to make three houses for the little pigs! It was fun seeing which houses would still be standing when the big bad wolf came! Well done, Year One! Keep up the hard work.

 

 

17/11/2017

 

A great week for Year One! We have continued writing about The Gingerbread Man and have looked at each part of the story. In maths this week, we have been learning the number bonds to 10 and practiced writing addition sums. This week, we have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a NAPA session, showing off our brilliant singing and dancing skills! We have also worked on different activities as part of Anti-Bullying Week. We have looked at what makes us special and how to be a good friend. Well done everyone, keep working hard! 

 

 

10/11/2017

 

What a fantastic start to the new half term! This week we have started our new topic called Once Upon a Time, which is all about Fairy Tales. We have been looking at the Gingerbread Man this week. In our extended writing, we wrote about Bonfire Night and did some absolutely brilliant pieces of work. We are all so proud! In maths, we have begun to learn how to tell the time and have looked at o'clock and half past. This week we have also been showing our respect for Remembrance Day and have drawn pictures, made collages and poppy wreaths. We have also written about Remembrance Day and wrote a letter to the soldiers to say thank you. Well done Year One.

 

 

27/10/2017

 

 

 

A very busy end to the half term for Year One. This week we have been looking at writing sentences with full stops and capital letters. We have moved onto subtraction in maths and have learned lots of different ways of doing this. In science, we continued looking at our senses and investigated smell. We had to smell lots of different things including vinegar and garlic! We found out who liked each smell and who didn't. A very big well done to everyone for their first term in Year One. Have a lovely holiday and a very well-earned rest!!

 

 


20/10/2017

 

A fantastic week for Year One this week. This week we have been writing some instructions for how to be a superhero! In maths we have continued to work on our understanding of addition and have moved on to adding with a number line. In History this week, we have learned about a real life hero called Florence Nightingale. We looked at all the wonderful things she did for the soldiers and hospitals. We are looking forward to showcasing our work on Friday afternoon! Well done, everyone!

 

 

13/10/2017

 

Well done Year One for another great week. We have been writing our own story this week based on the book "Superduck". It is about a Superhero cat who saves the day! In maths, we have been learning about addition and adding two numbers together using the Numicon and cubes. This week in Science, we investigated our sense of touch and felt the texture of a range of different materials. We also had to put our hand inside a feelybag and guess what was inside. What a busy week!

 

 

 

06/10/2017

 

Well done Year One for another great week. In maths, we have been looking at ordering numbers from smallest to biggest. We have also been looking at ordinal numbers. In literacy, we have started the story "Superduck" and have been working hard writing about the story. This week in PE, we have continued to improve our ball skills and played some team games to develop our skills. We have also been looking at the work of some different artists, such as Andy Warhol! A very busy week for Year One!

 

 

29/09/2017

 

Brilliant writing from Year One this week! We are all so proud of them! We have continued reading the story of Superkid and have written a description of him this week. The children really worked hard and have produced some fantastic descriptions! In maths we have been comparing numbers and looking at which is greater. In PE this week, we have been practising passing the ball with our foot and dribbling around cones. Well done Year One!

 

 

22/09/2017

 

Another busy, but exciting week in Year One. We have been reading the story of Superkid and writing about his many superpowers. In maths we have been looking at missing number sequences and finding the number one more. A great time was had by all in our science lesson this week when we tasted many different foods. We found that many of us didn't like the lemon juice or Marmite! But the chocolate was a firm favourite! Well done Year One, keep up the hard work.

 

 

15/09/2017

 

Another brilliant week for Year One this week. We have continued with our Supertato story and have done some excellent writing about it. We have been practising sorting and counting objects in maths. In science, we have begun to learn about our different senses and started with hearing. We went on a sound walk and used our ears to listen to the different quiet and loud sounds we could hear.  We have all worked so hard!                                                                                                                                                                    

11/09/2017

 

Year One have made a fantastic start to the new school year and have all settled in extremely well. This week we have started our Superhero topic and have enjoyed reading the story ‘Supertato’! We have done some excellent writing about it. In maths, we have been practising recognising and writing numbers as well as counting. We have also been learning about British values and have read the story ‘Have you filled a bucket today?’ We have thoroughly enjoyed starting our new topic and can’t wait to learn more about Superheroes! 

 

 

21/07/2017

 

We have had a fantastic transition week  in Year 1. Miss Devaney enjoyed meeting all the children and families on Tuesday at Meet the Teacher and is looking forward to September. At the end of the week Miss Norris enjoyed working with the new year 1 class for her final week at Craven Primary. She would like to thank everyone for all their kind cards and gifts. 

 

 

14/07/2017

 

We have reached our final week in year 1 and we have had a great week learning all about different religions. We also have embraced our musical talents and learnt to play the xylophone. This weeks Super Star spellers are; Ashleigh Barker, Mason Bennett, Raya Crooks, Joshua Hawkins, Ruby Horton, Alex Kopka, Alex Little, Amelia Murphy, Andre Ogiemwonyi, Connor Rowson, McKenzie Harness. Thank you to everyone who supported our stall at the Summer Fair on Friday and thank you to all the families who have supported the staff throughout their time in Year 1. We wish everyone Good Luck in Year 2 next year.

 

 

07/07/2017

 

This week in year 1, all the children have worked incredibly hard showing how much they have improved in reading, writing, spelling and maths by completing short tasks. During the afternoons Year 1 have been thinking about safety. How to keep safe when out and about. How to keep safe on the roads and how to avoid accidents when playing in water or around water. Everyone is showing mature attitude and demonstrating that they are ready for the transition to Year 2. Thank you to all the parents and families who supported Sports day on Friday. This weeks Super Star Spellers are; Ashleigh Barker, Raya Crooks, Maddison Derbyshire, Joshua Hawkins, Alex Little, Amelia Murphy, Alfie Opray, Connor Rowson, McKenzie Harness and Andre Ogiemwonyi 

 

 

30/06/17

 

This week in Year 1 we have started a new story 'Winnie's Dinosaur Day' we have read the story, retold the story and even had a go at writing it ourselves. Next week we will using the ideas from the story and create our own versions. This week in Maths we have been looking at how you find half of a object or a number. In our topic work we have continued with our weaving and looked at how plants grow and change over time. This week's Super Star spellers are: Ashleigh Barker, Lexi Bell, Maddison Derbyshire, Joshua Hawkins, Maisy Holmes, Ruby Horton, Alex kopka, Amelia Murphy, Ryan Riley, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark, Xander Taylor, McKenzie Harness, Andre Ogiemwonyi.And after Sports Day was cancelled Alfie Opray and Connor Rowson got their certificates in achievement assembly; well done Boys!

 

 

23/06/2017

 

This week in Year 1 it has been hot hot hot. In maths we have been thinking about sharing objects into equal groups and counting groups of objects. (multiplying) In our writing we have continued to read Night Monkey Day Monkey and have learnt more about punctuation and capital letters. The certificates this week go to Alfie Opray and Connor Rowson for their fantastic work with their phonics screening (Monster Reading) This weeks Super Spellers: Ashleigh Barker, Raya Crooks, Joshua Hawkins, Alex Kopka, Ryan Riley, Xander Taylor.

 

 

16/06/2017

 

This week in year one everyone has completed the phonics screening test. And what a bunch of super stars we saw reading the nonsense monster words. Everyone put in 100% effort and tried their very best. Well done to all the children. In our writing this week we started a new story 'Night Monkey, Day Monkey.' By Julia Donaldson. The children really enjoyed the funny rhyming story and have learnt how to use full stops, exclamation marks, speech marks and apostrophes. In Maths we have continued measuring; this week looking at length and have learnt how to use a ruler and now understand about centimetres and metres. Thank you to all the parents who attended our Parent Partnership Challenge, everyone had great fun building a marble run using junk modelling. This week's superstar spellers are: Ashleigh Barker, Raya Crooks, Joshua Hawkins, Alex Kopka, Ryan Riley, Xander Taylor. This week's certificates go to Maisy Holmes and Ashleigh Barker. They continually work hard in school and also try to help others to.

 

 

09/06/2017

 

It was lovely to see everyone back safe and well after a good half term. This week in Year 1 we have been thinking about all the things we have learnt in Year 1 this year and have been writing our reports to our parents. In Maths we have been using scales to weigh objects and have compared weight; looking at the which is the heaviest and which is the lightest. In Science we have looked at 'What makes a tree a tree?' and went outside to do tree drawings. Next week is Phonics Screening week in Year 1 and Mrs Gordon is looking forward to seeing how well the children can read the 'monster - nonsense words.' Everyone has a booklet to practice reading these words, and we would appreciate your support if you could read these words with your child so they feel prepared and confident.

 

 

25/05/2017

 

What a busy last 4 days we have had in year 1. This week we have looked at rhyming poems in literacy and have worked on creating our own versions of a poem about Our Family. In Maths we have looked at what is one more and one less than numbers between 1-100. On Tuesday afternoon we took part in the whole school Spelling Bee. Well Done to Raya Crooks who was our Year 1 Champion. On Wednesday afternoon we had a great time flying our kites and evaluating them. On Thursday morning we performed to our families the songs and dances we have learnt as part of our NAPA sessions. Everyone did a fantastic job and it was lovely to see so many parents. Thank you for all your support. This week's super spellers are Ashleigh Barker, Maddison Derbyshire, Joshua Hawkins,  Ruby Horton, Alex Kopka, Lexie Murphy, Alfie Opray, Connor Rowson Logan Stark, Hailie Boast and McKenzie  Harness. Well Done to all of those children. We hope you have a lovely half term and look forward to seeing you back in school on Monday 5th June.

 

 


19/05/2017

 

This week in Year 1, we have started reading a new non-fiction book called Animal Invaders. We have been learning all about non-fiction books and how the index page is organised in alphabetical order. In Maths this week, we have been reading and ordering numbers to 100. looking at counting both forwards and backwards. As part of our Science, we have looked at what happens underground beneath our plants. During Design Technology we made our Kites. Well done to all those children who completed their homework for Wednesday. We still have a few children who need to get into this habit before Year 2. This week's super star spellers are: Ashleigh Barker, Lexi Bell, Raya Crooks, Frankie Fawcett, Joshua Hawkins, Alex Little, Ryan Riley, Connor Rowson, Kayden Smith, Xander Taylor and  McKenzie Harness. Well done to all of them. This week's certificates went to Kayden Smith for working really hard with his reading and Jessica Ford for her wonderful work in everything but in particular Reading.

 

12/05/2017

 

This week in Year 1 we have been outdoors learning; on Monday we went on to New Bridge Road to see how the road is made safer with signs, speed bumps and road markings. As part of our Science we have looked at flowers and thought about what makes them all different. We continued our work in design technology and this week we designed our kites. In our Maths work we have been using our counting in 2s, 5s and 10s to solve problems. We have started a new story in Literacy 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' and we have learnt about what happens to the spelling of words when we have more than one, e.g: orange changes to oranges. Can we remind all children that homework is due on Wednesday and both the homework sheet and the spelling sheet should be completed. Also can we remind children to read at home at least three times. This week has seen a particularly low number of regular readers in Year 1. This week's super star spellers are; Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, McKenzie Harness, Ruby Horton, Alfie Opray, Ryan Riley, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark, Xander Taylor, Cassie Webb Well done to them. This week's certificates went to Alex Kopka for working really hard with his writing and Ryan Riley for his wonderful work in maths.

 

 

05/05/2017

 

This week in year 1 we have continued with our topic 'What a wonderful world'. In our P.E, we created dances in a small groups. In our design technology we looked at what would be a good material to make a kite. On Thursday Miss Taylor helped everyone look for wild flowers as part of our Science work. This week's super spellers are: Lexi Bell, Raya Crooks, Maddison Derbyshire, McKenzie Harness, Joshua Hawkins, Ruby Horton, Amelia Murphy, Lexie-Mae Murphy, Logan Stark. This week's certificates went to Mason Bennett for his fantastic work in guided reading and Jaydon Wilkinson for settling really well into his new class and working hard during NAPA sessions. 

 

 

28/04/2017

 

It has been lovely to see everyone back safe and well rested after the Easter Holidays. This week we have began our Summer topic 'What a Wonderful World.' In our writing we started a new animated story called Soar and have been working on using capital letters and the correct punctuation. In maths we have worked on writing addition number sentences and their corresponding subtraction number sentences. e.g.: 2 +4 = 6 so 6 - 4 = 2. On Monday we went to do a traffic survey on New Bridge road as part of our Geography work about how we can make our local area safer. On Tuesday we started our new unit of work on dance in P.E. On Wednesday we looked at the history of kites in design technology in preparation for designing, making and evaluating our own kites. On Thursday we started a new Science topic looking at plants and labelling the parts of flowers. This weeks super star spellers are: Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, McKenzie Harness, Maisy Holmes, Ruby Horton, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark, Xander Taylor. Well done to Amelia Murphy and Lexie Mae Murphy who this week received a certificate for their continued hard work in Year 1.

 

07/04/2017

 

This week in Year 1 we have done all things Easter. We started the week with the Easter Service  in St John's and did a lovely job performing our Spring Chicken song. On Wednesday we were amazed by the quality of the Easter Bonnets and Easter Gardens. Well Done to Jaydon Wilkinson and Ruby Horton who won first prizes. On Thursday we took part in the Easter Egg Hunt and had great fun looking for eggs. Thank you to all the parents who attended. This week's super spellers are: Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, McKenzie Harness, Maisy Holmes, Ruby Horton, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark and Xander Taylor. Well Done for getting 7 out of 7.

 

31/03/2017

 

This week in Year 1 it has been iPad week, we have used the iPads to access the Digitull site and add our Hull City of Culture challenges. In Literacy we started a new story Hansel and Gretel and enjoyed pretending to be the different characters from the story. On Friday we had a fantastic day visiting the Streetlife Museum, learning all about Victorian Toys. We are looking forward to visiting the Church on Monday afternoon for our Easter Service. All parents and carers are welcome to join us. We are leaving school at 1.00pm to walk to St John's. Well Done to this weeks super spellers; Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, Maddison Derbyshire, Joshua Hawkins, Maisy Holmes, Ruby Horton, Alfie Opray, Logan Stark and Xander Taylor.

 

24/03/2017

 

This week has been Shakespeare Week and we have watched parts of the film Gnomeo and Juliet. We have tried hard to write a letter to persuade Lord Redbrick to like the blue gnomes so that Gnomeo and Juliet can be together. We even did a bit of acting wearing a gnome hat. This week our certificates went to Maisy Holmes for her hard work in maths; she has drawn a number line to work out takeaway sums. The second certificate went to Angel Lee Tomkins, she is working hard in everything reading, writing and maths and we are very proud of her. The Super Spellers this week were Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, Maddison Derbyshire, McKenzie Harness, Ruby Horton, Alex Kopka, Amelia Murphy, Lexie-Mae Murphy, Alfie Opray, Ryan Riley, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark, Xander Taylor. Well done.

 

17/03/2017

 

This week has been Science Week and we have had a great week helping the superhero Science Man. We helped him investigate which material would make the best cape and we predicted which super power would defeat the Evil One; ice or water. Well Done to Ellis Horton who has had a super week and has got one of the certificates on the stage this week for his fantastic work in reading sessions. A big well done also needs to go to Raya Crooks who also went up on stage because she explained our Science work to the whole school. She showed a very mature attitude. Also this week a lot of children worked very hard with their spellings and got them all right. (By adding Super Spellers to the newsletter it  is really motivating us.) Well Done to Ashleigh Barker, Raya Crooks, Hailie Boast, Frankie Fawcett, McKenzie Harness, Joshua Hawkins, Maisy Holmes, Ellis Horton, Ruby Horton, Amelia Murphy, Alfie O'Pray, Ryan Riley, Logan Stark and Xander Taylor.

 

10/03/2017

 

Year 1 have had a great week. It was lovely to see so many parents attending Parents Evening. Thank you to all those who attended. If you were unable to attend your appointment and would like another appointment please see Miss Norris or Mrs Carmichael at the door in the morning. On Thursday and Friday we had two curriculum days. On Thursday we learnt about caring for a pet and talked about the things you need to consider before buying a pet and how you can choose a suitable pet for your family. On Friday we took part in our half termly R.E day. We enjoyed learning about celebrations and looked at how different religions celebrate events throughout the year. This week has also been a great week for Oliver Westoby, he has worked really hard with his reading and Ruby Horton as produced a lovely story in her writing lessons, based on the book 'Way Back Home. They both received a certificate in the celebration assembly. We also need to say a big well done to Xander Taylor for spelling all of the days of the week correctly in last week's spelling test. Great work! This is something all year 1 children should be able to do by the end of year 1. 

 

 03/03/2017

 

The first week back has flown by in Year 1 with lots of exciting things happening. On Wednesday morning we had a visit from Mrs Weightman who is a teacher and supports deaf children. We enjoyed learning about how we can all be better listeners and picked up some great tips about how we can help people who wear hearing aids. We would like to thank all the families who attended the science afternoon. It was great to see so many of you and everyone had really good fun, even if we did make a little bit of a mess! On Thursday it was World Book Day. It was fantastic to see everyone dressed up. Well done to Connor Rowson  who won the year 1 prize for most original costume. During the day we enjoyed reading and listening to lots of stories and even found time to write our own book. This week's certificates of achievement went to  Maddison Derbyshire for her hard work in maths this week and Jessica Ford for her beautiful reading during guided reading. The week before half term saw nine children getting all of their spellings correct well done to Ashleigh Barker, Hailie Boast, Raya Crooks, McKenzie Harness, Joshua Hawkins, Alfie O'Pray, Connor Rowson, Logan Stark and Cassie Webb.

 

 17/02/2017

 

Well Done to Ashleigh Barker, Lexi Bell, Raya Crooks, Maddison Derbyshire, Joshua Hawkins, Maisy Holmes, Ruby Horton, Lexie Mae Murphy, Logan Stark, Xander Taylor for getting all of their spellings correct in last week's test. We have seen a real improvement in these children's spelling. This week  in year 1 we have had a whole range of special days in school. On Tuesday we took part in a P.E day and learnt all about how we can keep ourselves healthy and enjoyed taking part in the whole school sports competition. On Thursday we had a special friendship day and learn discussed how to make lasting friendships. And finally on Friday we spent the day thinking about what makes a special place and looked at what different people consider a special place according to their religion and beliefs. Well done to Joshua Hawkins who has worked hard on his maths this week and is getting very good at answering sums quickly and Frankie for his excellent work with his reading. These boys are showing real determination in their work. We hope everyone has a good rest over half term and look forward to seeing everyone safe and well on Monday 27th February.

10/02/2017

 

Well Done to Ryan Riley, Alfie O'Pray and Joshua Hawkins for getting all of their spellings correct in last week's test. Keep up the hard work. This week year 1 have been preparing and practicing for the NAPA performance on Thursday 16th February. In our topic work we have painted houses and people in the style of Lowry. During our work in maths we have thought about halves and quarters. In our science work we have experimented with different objects to see if we could change materials by bending, stretching or twisting. Well Done to Mason Bennett and Connor Rowson for their excellent work in phonics, these boys are showing real resilience when practicing their reading.

 

 

 

03/02/2017

Year 1 have had a very productive week this week and most children are getting into the swing of doing their homework for a Wednesday and practicing their spellings for a Friday. We hope to put our super spellers (children who get all their spellings right) on our newsletter next week to celebrate those children who are working so hard both in and out of  school. This week in school we have created a wonderful  display of Art Work using Lowry as an inspiration for painting our own houses. In our writing we have discussed when we use capital letters, what a capital letter looks like and have evaluated our own writing of the story The Three Horrid Pigs. In our Science this week we sorted and described objects looking at what materials they are made of. Well Done to Lexi Bell and Ryan Riley who received this week's certificates in the celebration assembly on Friday for their hard work this week in writing and reading. 

 

27/01/2017

Year 1 have had a very speedy week this week but as always we have crammed lots of learning in. In Maths we have been sharing and dividing objects which is the start of learning to multiply and divide. Everyone understood once we started talking about sharing out sweets. In our writing we started a brand new story The Three Horrid Pigs and the Big Friendly Wolf. This story is a hilarious take on the traditional tale The Three Little Pigs and we all enjoyed pretending to be Horrid Little Pigs. As part of our Art work we looked at some more of Lowery's work and looked at how he used perspective to make things look far away or close up. In Science this week we experimented with different types of paper, looking at which paper was best for doing different jobs e.g: painting or wrapping a present. Well done to McKenzie Harness who was Year 1's Spelling Bee Winner on Monday and well done to all those children who took part. You were great ambassadors for Craven Primary Academy. 

 

20/01/2017

Year 1 have had a good week and have learnt lots. In Maths we have been adding and taking away using coins. We have all enjoyed finishing the story Meerkat Mail and have played a game called 'Fortunately, Unfortunately' thinking about the good and bad things that happen to poor Sunny during the story. In P.E we continued our gymnastics topic and learnt how to do a forwards roll. As part of our Science work we learnt about the properties of brick, rocks, water and glass. This weeks homework reflects the things we have been learning this week in school and is due back in school on a Wednesday morning. Please copy down the weeks spelling list so that children can continue to practice every night before the spelling test on Friday. If your child completes their homework on time, is a regular reader (reads three times in one week) and has good behaviour and their attendance is above 97%, they will receive our Leading Learner Award and badge at the end of the term. Well Done to Lexie Murphy who was our only Leading Learner last Half Term. 

 

13/01/2017

This week Year 1 have continued to make a great start to their topic 'There's no place like home.’ Everyone really enjoyed learning about our local area in geography and using google maps to see what we all see as we walk to school. In Literacy we have continued to read a story Meerkat Mail and we decided where we would like Sunny the Meerkat to visit. From this we have been writing using cursive handwriting and remembering where to put capital letters and finger spaces. In Maths we have learnt about place value ; looking at what the numbers mean, for example, 16 means you have one group of ten and six ones. Also on Tuesday, during P.E, the children worked hard in gymnastics to create different jumps. 

 

06/01/2017

It was lovely to see everyone back after the Christmas Holidays and it sounds like everyone had a great Christmas. This week we have jumped straight back into Year 1 and we have made a great start to our new topic 'There's No Place Like Home. In Literacy we have started to read a story about a Meerkat called Sunny who decides he needs a new home. In Maths we have been learning about 2D and 3D shapes. We have named , sorted  and described their properties. In the afternoons we have been on a wintery walk as part of our Science work and discussed e-safety as part of our ICT work. On Thursday Year 1 took part in their first NAPA (The Northern Academy of Performing Arts) session. It was fantastic and we all really enjoyed singing and dancing.

16/12/2016

This week in Year 1, we have been very festive indeed. From card making to calendars, the children have been very creative. We enjoyed our Christmas party and saw the Magic Carpet Christmas performance. We wish all the children and parents/carers a wonderful Christmas holiday.

 

09/12/2016

Year 1 have had a busy week of rehearsals and have worked hard to prepare for Christmas. We thoroughly enjoyed making our Christingles and even though we couldn't go to St Johns Church because of the weather we had a magical Christingle Service in school. We look forward to next week's festivities and we are sure you'll be blown away with our Christmas Performance on Monday at 1.30pm and Tuesday at 9.30am everyone is welcome. 

 

02/12/2016

This week, in Year 1, we have done so many wonderful things. We became music composers and created our own Christmas song as well as forming our own bands. The children were very imaginative! We have been exploring the story of the Gruffalo and designed a brand new character to join the Gruffalo on his adventures. In Maths, we have been working hard on number bonds and developing our mastery skills. The children have shown great resilience this week in all subjects. Keep it up!                        

 

25/11/2016

We have had a very exciting week in Year 1. On Tuesday, we got a surprise visit from Father Christmas who explained he had too many presents and would be giving one lucky child an extra present from their Christmas List. In Maths, we have been learning about how if you know an addition fact you can use this to work out a take-away. In Literacy, we have started reading The Gruffalo and really enjoyed using the iPads to  describe our own monsters. Thank you to all those families who attended Parents Evening on      Monday, Tuesday or Thursday evening. It was a great opportunity to show you how well Year 1 have settled into their Year 1 class.

 

18/11/2016

In Year One this week, we started the week with an exciting trip to the cinema to watch The Jungle Book. Everyone was really well behaved and sat throughout the whole film. Both year 1 and 2 were great ambassadors for Craven Primary Academy. In school, we have continued with our working in maths counting forwards and   backwards and have worked really hard to write numbers the correct way round this week. In our writing, we have been making our own versions of Room on the Broom and we really enjoyed making our own spells to create truly magnificent broomsticks. This week also saw the start of the Christmas performance practice. You may have heard us singing and we have great expectations for a fabulous performance.

 

11/11/2016

This week, year 1 have focused on 'why do we buy poppies?' They have  enjoyed making poppies and listening to 'The Poppy Lady Story.' In our  Science work, we began our new topic about animals and played lots of games identifying and naming common animals. During our writing, we have continued with the story 'Room on the Broom' and we have thought about what each character in the story says. We used some very funny voices when reading our own speech bubbles. Within our maths work, we have been counting forwards and backwards. Th

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