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Identity and Diversity (Autumn 1)

Belonging - being comfortable and friendly with others.

Diversity - a range of human differences.

Similarities - having resemblance or likeness.

Differences - being different from or not like.

Respect - accepting somebody for who they are.

Identity - who you are.

Our Visit to Bluebell Farm - what a lovely day!

As we continue our transition into Key Stage 1, Mrs Harrison, Mrs Straw, Mrs Hull and Mrs Reckless took us all to Bluebell Farm, where we searched for our pygmy goat, Woolley - we adopted him in Class R.

Black History Month

October is 'Black History Month' and we have been finding out about lots of different role models in our assemblies and in class. Today, we found out about the work footballer Marcus Rashford did during the pandemic to help children get the food they needed. We thought about our favourite foods too!


We have read these stories and used them as a basis for lots of discussions in PSHE and our ideas for writing.

I'm Special, I'm Me

"I'm Special, I'm Me" by A. Meek and S. Massini and read by D. Johnson

Bedtime Stories | David Schwimmer reads The Smeds and The Smoos | CBeebies

Bedtime Stories | David Schwimmer reads The Smeds and The Smoos | CBeebies 📺Watch CBeebies full episodes on BBC iPlayer ❤️Subscribe to CBeebies YouTube Channel 📚For more CBeebies Bedtime Stories visit - Friends actor, David Schwimmer reads tonight's bedtime story, The Smeds and The Smoos.

The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig

Meet Brian, the invisible boy. Nobody ever seems to notice him or think to include him in their group, game, or birthday party... until, that is, a new kid comes to class. When Justin the new boy arrives, Brian is the first to make him feel welcome.


Online Maths activities to try at home

I Know My Number Bonds 10 | Number Bonds to 10 | Addition Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Number bonds for 10 song. Number bonds are simply the pairs of numbers that make up a given number. Number bonds can also be called number partners or number pairs. Number bonds are a very important foundation for understanding how numbers work. Number bonds create fluency for composing and decomposing numbers for addition and subtraction.

Phonic Fun!

Today we went outside for our phonic session and looked for words hidden around the playground. Can you remember some of the words you found?


We have had a lovely first 2 weeks settling into Year 1!

In Science we have been learning about our body parts and our 5 senses. We have been on a sensory walk around our school grounds - looking for things, listening to sounds and feeling the texture of different materials.


We have done lots of counting and number work in Maths. We are learning to read the number words. Try this game at home to help you!