In January The Hobgoblin Theatre Company visited our school to perform ‘The Frog Prince’. Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 were lucky enough to watch the performance and take part in a drama workshop afterwards.
The children really enjoyed the performance and they were extremely keen to participate in the workshop! The children had lots to say about the performance afterwards:
“I liked the part when the princess couldn’t remember the magic word and she thought it was potatoes!”
“I liked it when the frog turned into the Prince because it was crazy and magical”
“I liked the bit when the frog was eating the food and it disappeared and he threw the plate on the floor”
This week children have been working scientifically using their amazing science skills. After learning all about our bodies’ senses and discovering that our whole body helps us with our sense of touch, children wanted to investigate which part of our bodies are best for touching.
They decided to try to guess which object was in my box, first with th
eir feet and then by feeling with their hands.
We had lots of different predictions but all found that our hands were the best part of our bodies to feel with. Here are some of our pictures from the experiment.
A big thank you to all of the parents that managed to come to our ‘meet the teacher’ event earlier this week.
As I mentioned, Year 1 has a major focus on phonics. Your support and help will have a huge impact on your child’s progress this year so please practise at home and read every day.
Here is a great site to help with the pronunciation of each sound
Here is a site that will give you some more information on the phonics programme we use at St Anne’s;
Have a great weekend 🙂
We have had an amazing first week in Year 1.
We have made super rockets and alien homes and have had a great time getting to know each other.
Here is our topic map so you can see all of the wonderful things we will be learning in Autumn 1 🙂
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We will use our blog to keep you updated with our learning as well as any exciting news from year 1.