Welcome to Reception and Year 1
'Wrens' - Miss O'Malley's Class
Summer 2018 - Dinosaurs
This Summer we will be learning all the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous history of our world. This will enable us to understand about the past, imagine what it would have been like and explore fossils. We will be linking our work across the curriculum to this learning find out about animal types, life cycles and plant development and exploring cave paintings. Please see the Newsletter below for further information.
Spring 2018 - Pole to Pole
Our exciting new topic for this term is Pole to Pole where the children will be learning lots about the North and South Pole. Here is just a snippet of some area we will be covering, animals that live in the Polar Regions, Weather conditions, Shackleton and recreating artwork in the style of Frances Hatch. Please see the Newsletter below for more details.
Autumn 2017 - Me and my World
This term, we are learning about ourselves where we live and the local environment. We have also looked globally, linking our learning with India. Please see the Newsletter below for more details.
Summer 2017 - Down by the Riverbank
During this topic the children are learning about rivers locally and internationally, animals that live by the riverbank and the history of canals. Check out our Newsletter below for more details.
Spring 2017 - Lovely London
Lovely London was the subject for this term's work. The children were really excited about this and enjoyed an amazing day out in London! Have a look at our Newsletter below to find out more!
Autumn 2016 - Troubles & Tiaras, Tudor Times
In our 2016 Autumn term we learned about the Tudors. Click on our Class Newsletter to find out more!
Wren class making medieval tabards for the banquet at Culworth
This Term's Homework
Past Learning Topics
Follow the link here to find out more about our past learning topics in Reception and Year 1. There are lots of photos of the children and their work and copies of the old class newsletters.
Take a look around our lovely classroom...
We have spent a lot of time developing the learning environment, this is to ensure all children are exposed to as many learning opportunities as possible. The classroom environment changes slightly every term, inspiration for the changes come from the topic. Please have a look at our lovely learning space old and new...
Look at what else we have done...
Cycling in the school playground.
Mini art project - Andy Goldsworthy