Year 1

Mrs Armstrong assisted by Mrs Nevin

A HUGE welcome to the Year One Class Blogg 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

Breakfast Boogie

From Professor Nitrate we found out that everything is made of tiny particles. Some of these particles are positive and some are negative and opposites attract, like metal to a magnet. We scattered puffed rice on one of our tables and placed a sheet of perspex over...

Year One’s Money Laundering

No, as part of Science Week, we haven't been training our pupils to be master criminals, we have been cleaning copper coins! Copper pennies look dull and dirty when the copper mixes with oxygen in the air so we separated the copper from the oxygen around it. We...

Food, Glorious Food!

Year One's latest display is up in our classroom and features cross curricular work on our current topic. There's data handling to show which of the tropical foods we tasted was our favourite. In a design technology class, we assessed such foods in terms of their...

Do you like the taste?

Year One have been tasting exotic fruits lately and all of them have discovered a fruit that they rather liked and would willingly eat again! As part of their food nutrition lesson, they were introduced to some of the tropical fruits that feature in the story Handa's...

Year One Christmas Crafting

Here is the evidence of our hard work crafting following our first taste of festive makes with our Fellside Families Christmas decoration sessions. Featured here are our calendars and Christmas cards. Weren't we busy bees?

Persistent Puzzlers

Some of our class tried their hand at tangram puzzles. It took some persistence but solutions were found. Educational research suggests that solving such puzzles supports mathematical thinking.

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