Welcome to Dinosaurs NG!
This page is to help you feel involved and informed of everything that we do in Year 1. Please take the time to explore our class page where you will find lots of important information.
Let’s meet out ‘roar-some’ staff!
Miss N Grocott Miss L Potts
This half term our topic is called 'All Creatures Great and Small'. We have lots of exciting and cross-curricular learning opportunities over the next few weeks. Our new topic will heavily focus on science and the children will have the opportunity to learn about animal names, animal groups their characteristics. The children will also learn about nature and will begin to use their senses to describe a setting where animals might live. The children will also get the opportunity to explore the outdoors by going on a nature walk and will use this learning opportunity to write their own nature poem. We will also use our art and design skills to sketch and add colour to an animal picture in the style of the German artist Franz Marc.
We will be basing our learning on the poem 'A Nature Walk' by Mariam Swinger and the story 'Wild' by Emily Hughes. Click on the illustration to listen to the story…
The children loved taking part in One Book One School! The votes have been counted and verified and our winning book is…..
Click on the illustration to read the story.
Watch this space to find out about our WOW learning experiences that we will be doing in summer 2 based on the children's winning book!
Please click here to see your child’s homework challenge this term.
Let’s take a look at some of the WOW learning the children have been up to…
Some of our 'roar-some' children have also had the opportunity to attend Forest Schools. Click on the link to find out about the amazing skills the children are developing through outdoor learning. We aim to roll out this fantastic opportunity in the near future.
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Thank you for taking the time to read our class page. If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to speak to the Year 1 team.