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Year 1 Hazel

Hello and welcome to the Hazel class webpage.

In Hazel class  PE is on a Monday and Wednesday, so your child will need their PE kit in a named bag hanging on their peg.  We try to go outside when the weather is dry, so as well as a pair of shorts and a t-shirt, your child will also need a pair of jogging bottoms or leggings; they will need plimsolls or trainers to run around in.

Show and Tell will be on a Tuesday afternoon.

Forest School happens fortnightly in KS1, usually on a Wednesday afternoon.  Our final session this academic year is on 12th July.  Your child will need a warm change of clothes (layers are good) that you don't mind getting muddy, a pair of wellies or old trainers, a waterproof coat and a spare bag for dirty boots, all of which needs to be in a bag on your child's peg.  Look out for the Forest School poster in the classroom window. 

Your child should be reading daily to an adult, which can then be recorded in their green reading record book.  This needs to be in school everyday and placed in the green reading box as you come into the classroom in the morning. If your child reads their library book, a book of their own, listens to a story tape/CD or any kind of reading related activity, please also note it in their green reading record book. 

We go to the school library on a Friday.  Your child can choose either a fiction or non-fiction book to take home.

Homework is given out on a Friday in a folder, it needs to be completed by the following Thursday at the latest, returned in the folder and placed in the yellow tray.

If you have any questions, please feel free to come in and speak to Mrs Bassett, Mrs Hudson or Mrs Saleem.

Capacity Challenge

Own Choice at Forest School

We found Stickman hiding high up in a tree.
Some of us made sculptures and fairy houses.
Some of us worked with water and mud.
Some of us built a camp.

Arrays

MUD!

Symmetry

Trails and Treasure Hunts

I worked hard at Forest School today!

Counting Daisies - problem solving

We counted daisies in 1 hoop.
We then used that number to work out
how many in 2 hoops, 5 hoops, 10 hoops.

Number Sentences

We used sticks, conkers and chalk
 to make number sentences.

Natural Number Lines

Wymondley Woods

everyone smile
making colour catchers
What can you hear?
balancing on logs
making sculptures in the style of Andy Goldsworthy
in a den
I'm the king of the castle ....
lunch time at last

We have been growing grass ...

Forest School Fairy Houses

Look where Stick Man is hiding today!

Place Value with Cones, Sticks & Conkers

Wild Things

Wildflower Walk

How many of the plants can you name?

Jack and The Beanstalk - The Cast

The Musicians
The Narrators
The Beanstalk
The Harp Fairies
The Cow
The Giant, his wife and his hen.
Some Villagers

Money, Money, Money

We used coins to make given amounts
in different ways.

Treasure Maps Co-ordinates

We worked with a partner to find
our way around the pirate treasure map
using positional language and co-ordinates.

Picture Frame Making

Investigating Bridges

We worked together to build a bridge
for the goats to get across to the meadow.
It had to hold the weight of the troll!

Houses to Keep Out The Big Bad Wolf

We used cardboard boxes, masking tape, pencils,
felt tips, scissors, tubes and card to make houses
to keep out the big, bad wolf.

Finding Halves and Quarters

We've been using practical equipment to find
halves and quarters.

We've been very busy spiders.

making spider webs with wool

World Book Day

Can you spot the different book characters?
Making fairytale cottages