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Purple - KS1

Welcome to KS1 - Purple Class!

 

                                               

Your Class Teacher is:  Mrs. Ramshaw

 

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PE Superheroes - The Rescue

Y1 Maths 2D and 3D shape activities

WORSHIP: Who is the greatest? Our theme for this morning. We discussed the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet and Mrs Roberts set a challenge to make the 'greatest' paper aeroplane.

Happy Nursery Rhyme Day

ART - Our 2021 Calendars made by mixing the primary colours.

ENGLISH: We have been learning how to write instructions. Today we followed a set of instructions to make a leaf man.

What is odd sock day?

Most importantly, Odd Socks Day is designed to be fun! It’s an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique!

There is no pressure to wear the latest fashion or for parents to buy expensive costumes.  All you have to do to take part is wear odd socks to your school or workplace, it couldn’t be simpler!  Odd Socks day will take place on the first day of Anti Bullying Week each year to help raise awareness of bullying. We would like to invite participating schools and workplaces to ask participants to make a £1 donation - or any donation you think appropriate - to support us in continuing to coordinate the week every year.

You do not have to raise money to take part - the most important thing is the message of Odd Socks Day - and any money raised for us is a bonus! Make sure you encourage other schools in your local area to get involved!

Look at all our odd socks. Can you spot Mrs Roberts feet?

INTERFAITH WEEK - Islam

Computing - Logging on and exploring PAINT.

Maths - Exchanging one ten for ten ones to help subtract a one digit number from a 2 digit number.

PE Dance Motif - Superheroes

ART - NEW topic 'PAINTING' Experimenting with three different sorts of paint: Ready Mixed, Acrylics and water coloured paint.

Celebrating Bonfire Night - using our 'drawing skills' to add thick and thin lines.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH - Rosa Parks

Playtime Chalk Fun

Music - Pulse

English - Information Texts

Music Clapping Rhythms

Christmas Card Competition

Maths - addition and subtraction

Playtime Fun!

Outdoor Learning

Maths - Ordering Numbers

PE - NUFC fun

Music - Pulse and Glockenspiels

Computing - eSafety and writing emails

English - Role Play

ART - Making controlled drawings of natural objects.

ART - Creating a surface for mark making. Look at the colourful and artistic creations made in class.

Hoop Stars - Great fun in the sun. We have some SUPER hoola hoopers in Purple class.

P.E. NUFC fun!

English - Stories set in familiar settings

Music - 'Hey You!' Finding the Pulse

Super work in SCIENCE with Mrs Pallet. We have been finding out about all the ways we are different.

ART - Autumn Term 1: DRAWING We are exploring mark making using different tools (coloured pencils, crayons, felt tips ...). Today we created our own gardens. Look at the work in progress.

Our first Yoga session - we told the story of Goldilocks and the three bears.

ENGLISH: LETTER WRITING: Writing and editing letters in response to the librarian.

ENGLISH: POETRY: Really looking: BIRDS We have been writing and editing our bird poems.

D&T: Creation of a sleeping bag for a Power Ranger. Super sewing skills!

English Home Learning: Describing what a superhero can do.

Learning about Christian & Jewish Symbols (Home Learning)

Outside Learning - Portraits using natural materials

A poem inspired by Spike Milligan. Our new English topic is humorous poetry.

Thank you for sharing your Maths Home Learning

History: Work inspired by our topic this term on Seasides - Now and then

Lovely book review on the book 'Traction Man'

SUPER story writing about having a VERY BAD DAY!

We have been making our own owl posters using all the facts we gathered during our Non-fiction work this week:

Outside Learning - Making bug hotels, planting vegetables and fruit trees. FANTASTIC recycling of cardboard tubes for pots to grow seeds. Well done.

Maths - some fabulous maths including some great measuring. Neat diagrams too. Well done.

Celebrating the Queen's birthday - A lovely cake design which I am sure the Queen would like!

In English the topic is Information Texts about Owls - Here are some great questions with clear punctuation. Well done.

English: Poems about SHADOWS

Art - Collage in the style of 'Kurt Schwitters'. Well done for this super work. (Love the mask too!)

'My Bed' poems - Well done for these fabulous, descriptive poems!

Geography At Home - Look at this fabulous display contrasting a farm and a town. Well done!

Science Week - Fantastic turnout to Purple class to do experiments with the children - Thank you all so much for your support.

Science Week - Mrs Dewhirst visited to talk about Wind Turbines and the children got to make one of their own.

Science Week - Mr Naylor came to talk about engineering and machines which are used at the bottom of the sea bed.

P.E. Week 3 - Kicking with the side of your foot, the aim was accurate kicking, so the small ball knocked the big one off the cone!

Music - Week 3 - Purple class played the glockenspiel to the beat of UB40s 'Kingston Town'.

The start our Grow Your Own Potatoes competition. KS1 are competing to see which class can produce the most potatoes. Who will it Be?

RE : SALVATION - Today we told the Easter story using a PASS THE PARCEL. Each layer revealed a different part of the story. The reward in the middle was shared by us all! Mini-eggs and a box of decorations to decorate our Easter tree.

CELEBRATING WORLD BOOK DAY - We have been so imaginative - from Wilbur the cat in Winnie the Witch to Mr Bump in the Mr Man stories. FABULOUS and THANK YOU for dressing up.

PE: The sports leader this term is teaching us 'Multi Skills'. Today we looked at agility and movement.

ICT: This week we started a new topic on 'Preparing to use Turtle'. we learnt about how to move the turtle forwards and turn. If you can why not log in to Turtle Academy at home.

This week in one of our assemblies we had the NSPCC to visit. Children loved 'Buddy' the speech bubble and they learnt who to talk to if they had any worries. A letter was also sent home for your information.

Spring 2 Week 1: This week in MATHS we have been learning how to draw 2D shapes using 'dotty paper'. We drew squares, triangles, rectangles, pentagons, hexagons, octagons and rhombus. The children were challenged to show their parents how to do this a home.

ART: We really enjoyed our last art session this term on painting. We used an idea brought in by a member of the class. We flicked primary colour powder paint onto a wet piece of card and watched the colours change. We had LOTS OF FUN!