September 2016

1st September 2016. Welcome back to Class 1. 

We hope that you have all had a lovely summer holiday. We are excited to be back at school and we are looking forward to lots of lovely learning this year. We would like to say a huge WELCOME to all of the new Reception children. 

Summer Term 2017

Welcome to the Summer Term in Class 1. We hope that you had a lovely Easter and had a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather. Our topic this term is The Sun. Let's hope that we see plenty of it!

Here Comes the Sun

Curriculum map summer
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27.4.17 Word Quiz

During topic this week we wrote descriptions for some words related to our topic. Can you guess the word from our definitions? 

Olivia - You lie on it at the beach or in the garden when it is sunny.

Megan - An item of clothing without any sleeves. It is colourful and patterned. 

Tylin - It is when you lie down in the sun. 

Edie - It is a type of clock which uses the sun to tell the time. 

Alex - It happens in the morning when it is getting light.

Charley - If you don't put suncream on you will get this on your skin. 

 

Answers next week. 

Den Building

This week in Forest School we were given all of the equipment we might need to make a den. It was a team effort and we tried to make a den that all of us could sit in. It was very windy and the tarpaulin kept blowing away from us. In the end we made a den and Tylin suggested that we have a sleepover in it! Maybe we should have a campfire and hot chocolate and marshmallows! 

THE SUN IN NUMBERS

This week we have been learning lots of numbers related to the sun. Here are the numbers: 93,000,000, 864,000, 109, 365, 28, 24 (1) Do you know what these numbers mean?

Did you know that the sun is 93,000,000 miles away.  

 The sun's diameter is 864,000 miles across.

The diameter of the sun is 109 times bigger than the diameter of the earth.

It takes 365 days for the earth to go around the sun.

It takes 28 days for the moon to go around the earth.

It takes 24 hours (1 day) for the earth to spin on its axis. 

That's it. The Sun in numbers. 

Have a look at our models of the Sun, Earth and Moon. We made them to help us understand that the Earth goes around the sun and the Moon goes around the Earth. They were a bit tricky to make. 

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