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Year 1 Classes

Welcome to Year 1


Welcome to the Unique Unicorn Class!

In Unicorn class we are readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists, historians, inventors, communicators, dancers, singers and much more. Most importantly we are caring and support each other with our 'Yes I can' attitude to our active learning!

We love to see each other grow and have fun at school. We love to sing and dance to learn in Start the Day the Maths Way, listen to the funny and wacky poems by Michael Rosen and experiment in Science using scientific equipment!




Welcome to terrific Tiger class!

We love writing, dancing and yoga!
We are always bringing in Miss Dent books from home, to read as a class which we all really enjoy.

We are funny, kind and always work as together as a team. We are trying really hard to talk to each other about how we feel and listen carefully to our friends.

We are super excited to take Terry the Tiger home and to be the Tiger on the truly amazing golden chair every Friday!



Welcome to Panda Class!

In Panda Class we are enthusiastic about our learning. We love reading stories together and independently. We enjoy thinking more in depth about the stories and how they relate to us as well as acting them out and thinking more about the different characters and how they feel. We love to do art and craft activities, using the paints and glitter as well as junk modelling to make some wonderful creations. We are also learning to become great mathematicians and scientists by questioning the things we learn and gaining a greater depth of understanding. We are an adventurous class and enjoy our time in our outdoor area as well in the forest school. Our favourite part of forest school is making bug hotels and houses and exploring the world around us. We enjoy using the adventure playground to develop our balance as well as the bikes and scooters at lunch time. We love to dance and sing songs too and are currently working hard learning our songs for the harvest festival, which is not to be missed.