Year 1

Mrs Armstrong assisted by Mrs Nevin

A HUGE welcome to the Year One Class Blog for the class of 2018-2019!
We are delighted you have joined us to find out about what we have been up to in our school learning environment and beyond.
Year One are a wonderful mix of characters and continue to enjoy their learning journey at Fellside.
Do add your comments to our entries as we would like to find out what you think about them.

Our Class Blog

Shh! Little Children Napping

Just joking - Year One were just pretending to sleep on the job! Don't they look cute and snuggly in their pyjamas? Of course they felt just a little bit silly wearing their pyjamas in school but it was great fun nevertheless. Some of the children had been counting...

Fireworks Display

Another display graces one of our hall wall boards - Year One's multi-media pictures featuring townscapes and fireworks. How proud they were spotting their work displayed for everyone to enjoy. Well done all round.

Mixed Media Artwork by Y1

Here are Year One showing off their latest artwork - mixed media pictures of fireworks over a cityscape. Following a careful look at Nocturne in Black and Gold, The Flying Rocket painted by James Abbot Whistler in 1875. This dark, moody painting shows the thrill of a...

The Great Fire of Newcastle and Gateshead Workshop

Year One were off on their first educational visit of the year on the 8th of November visiting The Discovery Museum in Newcastle. First they spent the morning session measuring the grand Turbinia ship in paces and then on a scavenger hunt through the ‘Newcastle Time...

Scooting Challenge

On Tuesday 6th November, Year One were put through their paces by Bike It officer, Ben Tweedie who taught them new skills to perform on their scooters. Ben is keen to promote the use of pedal and scooter power to get to and fro and we have plenty of space in our bike...

Warm and Cool Colours

Year One are proudly showing off their latest mixed media pictures. They can now identify and mix palettes of warm and cool colours. Warm colours are made mostly of reds, oranges and yellows. This family of colours is called warm because they remind you of warm things...

Be the Teacher

Oh what fun we had in our classroom lately when Mrs Armstrong could put up her feet for a few minutes and allow some new teachers take over the Year One classroom! Over the course of four weeks, each pupil delivered a presentation on some aspect of sea life or indeed...


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