Learning is fun in Class 1!
On Wednesday 6th October Class 1 enjoyed a lovely walk to Lockington Church to take part in their Harvest Festival. The church was beautifully decorated and it was so nice to be back there, for some of our younger children, it was their first time. The children shared acrostic poems they had written and talked about things they were thankful for. Some of our year two children performed a group poem about harvest. The children really enjoyed taking part with a familiar story, 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'. Thank you so much to all parents for the generous donations you sent in, they were very much appreciated. We missed all our parents and class 2! Please see some of our photos from the day below.
Class 1 had a great time at Sports Day. We very much missed our parents and spectators but the sun was out and we had lots of fun. Well done to everyone for fantastic team work.
Class 1 enjoyed their Whole School Gardening Day. They all worked really hard to weed all the flower beds and dig out unwanted moss!
Class 1 had great fun dressing up in red for Red Nose Day. The children designed and made their own red noses and then took part in a nose and spoon obstacle course!
The children in Class 1 enjoyed taking part in many World Book Day activities. They created their own book marks and designed a book cover for the book they would write. Their knowledge was put to the test in a book quiz. Great fun was had trying to spot clues in a picture to work out familiar books. They ended the day making shadow puppets of their favourite characters. We missed the children at home and are looking forward to seeing and hearing about their book day experience! Please enjoy our pictures below.
The children in Class 1 wanted to perform a poem for everyone for Christmas. This is their reading of 10 White Snowmen.
Class 1 had a fantastic Christmas Party thanks to the brilliant Friends of the School, who provided them with a feast fit for Kings and Queens. The children played many games and even Santa managed to visit the class. He got a bit muddled up though and for a minute they all thought they were on the naughty list, but phew, he meant the nice list!
We may not have been able to deliver our usual fantastic Christmas play performance, but class 1 enjoyed dressing up and playing the part. We have made it to the papers, so keep looking out for us!
On Wednesday 9th December, Class 1 enjoyed taking part in their Christingle Service. The Church was decorated beautifully and the children enjoyed listening to stories and music about the birth of Jesus. Ellie and Oliver read a beautiful passage between them about the different parts of the Christingle and what they represent. As always, the lighting of the Christingles was magical. We missed Class 2 and our families and we hope you enjoy looking at our pictures.
Class 1 enjoyed taking part in Children in Need day on Friday 13th November. They began the day by working out with Joe Wicks as he finished his 24 hour work out. A range of wrapped cakes and biscuits were sold by the School Council and they all took part in a colouring competition. All the entries were fantastic, well done to Rosie who went on to win. A big thank you to all the parents for supporting us with this event.
On Tuesday 10th November, Class 1 were taught PE by Owen from Active Learning. The children enjoyed two hours of PE and really improved their ball skills. They learnt how to develop technique and accuracy when aiming for a target through a variety of fun games. They also enjoyed Maths and English through PE too. The children worked hard and a big thank you to Owen.
Class 1 have had a busy first half term and have all worked really hard. They finished their Journey topic by designing and making their own vehicles. Here is a selection of some of the things they have been up to.
What a beautiful sunny day to take a walk to the church and celebrate the Harvest Festival! On October 14th, class 1 joined Rev. Carol at St. Mary's Church, Lockington to recognise the importance of the farming community and give praise for our food, families and friends. A tasty food poem about peas, squash, turnips, lettuce and thyme was beautifully performed by the Year 2's. This was followed by everyone sharing their thoughts and feelings of what they are thankful for at Harvest time.
It may have been an unusual celebration this year, with no class 2, parents or singing, but we all enjoyed learning about this Christian festival which is a crucial part of the church's calendar. Thank you to you all for your generous donations which will be taken to William Booth House in Hull. It was a lovely service and for some of our pupils, their first time at Lockington Church. The children were a credit to you all.
We have had another great week for learning in class 1, both in and out of school. I have loved seeing all the fantastic flags that have been created on Purple Mash and the fact sheets on William the Conqueror. Well done Finlay, Oliver, Isobel and Isla for all the fantastic work you have been doing at home, we have all loved seeing it. A big well done to Isobel, the only certificate this week. It is the final week of term next week so keep working hard and let's see if everyone can get a certificate! Take care and stay safe!
Another fantastic week of work both in and out of school. Thank you so much to all the parents for sending in work, it has been amazing to see. A special mention to Isla, Isobel, Oliver, Finlay and Chloe. The work you have produced has been excellent. I have loved seeing what you have grown in your gardens, your PE challenges, castle workers work, RE and so on the list is endless, so big round of applause for you all.
We have two certificates this week on Lexia, so well done to Isobel and Isla. I hope you have another productive week next week and I look forward to seeing all your work. Take care and stay safe!
I can't believe another week has passed again and we are on our Friday achievement assembly! It has been great seeing all the work you have completed at home. Well done Isobel with your fantastic PE activities, we were all impressed. Also a special mention to Chloe, who has been working so hard. I loved your Paul Klee picture and all the research you have done about the orchestra. Your Kind Stranger work inspired us all and we loved watching football with Kieran. I have seen more excellent work from Finlay this week too. A brilliant Paul Klee picture, Purple Mash activities completed and two certificates, well done.
Finally I would like to say well done to you all. The children at home you are all working hard and doing an amazing job. The children who are back at school are working really hard too and following new routines brilliantly, so excellent work class 1, keep it up!
It is that time again, our Friday achievement assembly. It has been another fantastic week of learning in class 1. I would like to say a massive well done to Isobel and Chloe for all their amazing work that they have sent in. I have been so impressed girls, you are working so hard, keep it up. Also, well done to everyone who completed their Purple Mash 2 Do's, they have all been excellent. I would like to give a special mention to Isabella who has wowed us all with her fantastic sewing skills! We think you should set up a business and sell them, they are so good.
Finally, well done to everyone who has achieved a certificate this week. Keep working hard and remember to send in any work you can so we can share it and keep trying to get a certificate. Have a good week class 1 and stay safe.
Welcome once again to our Friday achievement assembly. I have seen so much brilliant work this week, I am over the moon. Well done to Finlay for achieving two certificates this week, fantastic work. I really enjoyed Finlay's Paul Klee powerpoint too, excellent research Finlay and brilliant presenting.
I would also like to mention Isobel's fantastic castle and woodland plants work, which was amazing and very detailed. Well done Isobel!
Also a big well done to Isla for her work that she has sent in and especially her woodland plants work too, another brilliant piece.
Well done to Jensen for your continents poster, I learnt lots of information so thank you!
A big thank you to Oliver for completing a beautiful entry for the Driffield show, I wish you luck.
Finally I would like to say well done to you all, you are all brilliant. I have been so proud of the children who came back this week and have adapted to the new routine. Ellie and Hollie, I cannot believe how much work you have both done, so thank you parents.
Keep working hard and sending me all your fantastic work, stay safe.
Welcome to our Friday achievement assembly! It has been an excellent week for certificates, once again I am really proud of you. There has been lots of hard work going on and I have loved the pictures and comments on Purple Mash that I have received so far. A big well done to Finlay for two very impressive powerpoints on Sonic and South America, I learnt a lot. Keep working hard next week and I look forward to seeing some of you on Monday.
Welcome to our Friday achievement assembly. You have all been working hard again this week and I am so proud of you all. I have really enjoyed looking at your Eid cards on Purple Mash and seeing finished kites. I am so pleased that you are achieving certificates on Lexia and IXL and I hope we have even more to show for our next achievement after half term. Keep working hard and enjoy your half term.
It has been another busy week of work for you all and it has been lovely seeing all the things you have been up to. You are all working hard and well done for being so dedicated. I have put on the display boards on Purple Mash work you have completed, so make sure you have a look. It is great to see all of you are going on Lexia and some of you have achieved certificates, well done! Stay safe and keep up the fantastic work class 1.
It has been another amazing week of work! I have loved seeing all the emails of work that have been sent in, you are all working so hard. It was lovely to speak to some of you last week and I will try this week to catch up with the people I missed last week. Well done to everyone who has achieved a certificate this week and keep working hard, you are all amazing.
Welcome to our virtual achievement assembly for the 1st May. I have really enjoyed seeing all your hard work on Purple Mash, it is so nice to be able to communicate with you all. This week there have been lots of certificates, so well done to all of you. I would like to say a big thank you to all your parents too who have been supporting you with your home learning. I will post next week's work on the website for Monday and I look forward to seeing more fantastic work! Take care and stay safe everyone.
Remember to send in any pictures of your rainbows, Easter gardens and art work so we can all share them!
Have you seen all the rainbows displayed in people's windows? Maybe you have already done one to put up but, if not, that's one of your tasks on the 'Home Learning' tab for this week. They are a symbol of hope and peace and intended to cheer everyone up at this difficult time.
Remember, if you have any issues with accessing documents just email school and we will try and help you out.
Also, this Friday, as we are unable to do Achievement Assembly I will upload any pictures of certificates achieved from Lexia and IXL.
Fluffington finally finished his rainbow and has put it up in Miss Peacock's window. He has made some new friends too!
World Book Day
Parents visited the class to share the exciting reading on World Book Day.
Class 1 - Trip to Ferens Art Gallery February 2020
Using wheelchairs is a great way to understand how others feel.
Class 1 2019
Early Years 2019/20
Our mud kitchen is a great place to learn through play.
We enjoy exploring our learning environment.
Inspiring reading at Beverley Library.
World Book Day 2019 - a great celebration of reading where we all 'shared a story'. Our parents joined in too.