Welcome to Year One's class page! Our teacher is Miss Coyle and our assistant is Mrs Craven. We will keep you updated on all the exciting things we get up to during the year.
⭐️Our first days in Year One! ⭐️
Article 28 of the Rights of the Child states ‘every child has the right to an education.’
You've Got a Friend In Me!
We love it when our Buddies come to play! They are great fun and help us around school!
Article 15 states ‘every child has the right to meet other children.’ 👬👭
National Poetry Day 2019
Our Buddies were busy writing poems all about us for National Poetry Day. We loved listening to them - thank you Year Six! Article 13 states ‘Every child should express their thoughts.’ 📝🤗
World’s Largest Lesson
We looked at some children who are not lucky enough to get an education. We discussed what their day is like compared to ours. Look at some of the toys we made from natural resources! 🛠🌎
World Mental Health Day 2019
To celebrate World Mental Health Day, we enjoyed some yoga to help us relax. We do lots of activities to have a mindful classroom!
Article 24 states ‘every child has the right to the best possible health.’ 🗣🧠
💻Code Week 2019 💻
We explored the app ‘Code Safari’ for EU Code Week. We entered lots of instructions for the animals to travel through the jungle. For some levels we needed our partner for a helping hand.
Article 17 ‘each child has the right to information from a variety of sources.’
We had lots of fun for Maths Week. We worked in teams to solve lots of problem solving challenges!
Article 28 states ‘every child has the right to an education.’
Congratulations to our ‘Weekly Wish’ award winner. This weeks award, chosen by the School Council was
‘Happy Hello.’ 🎉🎉
Every Friday in October we came to school in brightly coloured socks and donated 25p. This was to raise awareness for children in other countries who do not have adequate clothing. All money donated will go towards providing clothing for children who are not as lucky as us. Fifi our fairy tells us in Article 6 ‘Every child has the right to survive and develop to their full potential.’