Year 1

Mrs Armstrong and Mrs Nevin

Welcome

I would like to say a huge WELL DONE to all of the boys and girls who have moved from Reception into Year 1.

The children have been absolutely delightful, and there is a lovely mix of characters within the class.

I  am sure we will have a lot of fun learning together this year.

If at any time you have any concerns, or wish to discuss any issue, please get in touch, and thank you for all your support.

Our Class Blog

Celebrating Our Diversity

This week, Fellside children and staff have really taken the time to focus on what makes us all unique, but more importantly, how our diversity is something to celebrate! We have learned about different cultures, religions, abilities and families through visitors and...

Model Making in Year One

Year One set to this week to fashion models to recreate a street of old London of 1666, the time of the great fire. After studying pictures of timber framed Tudor buildings, which were common at this time, they began creating their own models using the an array of...

Ghoulish Goings on at Fellside

Year One turned out in force to dance the evening away in their array of scary costumes as it was the annual Halloween Disco. Some had looked forward to dressing up, others eating the sweet treats and others the hilarious entertainment delivered by Terry Junior, our...

Year One Paints an Inferno

Year One have been using their colour mixing skills to create their paintings of London on Fire using an array of warm colours to represent the flames. Once their background were dry, the children set to create silhouetted buildings using collaged squares, rectangles...

Food Technology: Baking Bread and Churning Butter

The Great Fire of London was reported to have begun in the bakery of Thomas Faynor on the 4th of September 1666 so in order to launch their History Topic ‘The Great Fire of London’ and their new role play area ‘The Puddling Lane Bakery’, Year One baked some loaves of...

Science Week – Testing Materials

In order to find out which of an array of materials would make the best jacket for a lighthouse keeper, Year One had to go about testing which were waterproof and which were not. They enjoyed working with a pipette to drop exact amounts of water onto the stretched...

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