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Beech Class Year 1

 

 

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Mrs Elliott and Mrs Vaughan supported by Mrs Vincent and Miss Brown.

In Beech Class there are 29 enthusiastic children who love to learn and

find out about the world around them! 

 

Term 3- Incredible Edibles.

This term our topic is ‘Incredible Edibles’, where we will be looking at food related texts, thinking about healthy eating, ourselves and how to stay healthy, as well as getting the children to do some food prepping. They are looking forward to the topic and have already had lots of thoughts and questions.

 

We begin our term by reading ‘The Disgusting Sandwich’ and writing our own instructions on how to make a truly disgusting sandwich.

In Science, we will be finding out about the life cycle of different animals, what animals need to survive and we will link our topic knowledge to healthy eating.

In Maths, Year 1 will begin to look at place value in numbers to 20 before revisiting addition and subtraction. Year 2s will start with a topic around money before moving on to multiplication and division.

Our focus this term is all about Incredible Edibles. We will be using printing techniques to print fruit in art and in DT, we will be making vegetable salads. Our PSHE is ‘Dreams and Goals’ where we will discuss what we can do to reach our goals.

Term 3- Incredible Edibles.

Term 2- All Creatures Great and Small.

Welcome back to school for the start of Term 2.

This term our topic is ‘All Creatures Great and Small’, where indeed we will be looking at great and small creatures that live on land, in the air, and in the sea around the UK and the wider world. 

We have a Geography focus this term where we learn the language of Human and Physical Geography features as well as the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator.

 

 

Timetable - Term 2

Term 1- Fire! Fire!

We are excited to kick of our year with our topic, ‘Fire! Fire!’, where we will learn all about The Great Fire of London. We will learn ways in which London was different in the 17th century to help our understanding of why and how the fire spread so quickly. We will learn about where and how the fire started and the sequence of events. We will also be exploring diaries written by people who witnessed the events of the fire.

 

 

 

 

Beech Timetable

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