Key Stage 1

Busy Bee Alfie!

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Alfie has been busy at home doing lots of different things. Check out the cool African sunset scene and the Victorian seaside design. Great job!

Reuben's VE Day Celebrations!

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Iku has made Captain Hook's Boat using junk modelling.

Iku has made Captain Hook's Boat using junk modelling. 1
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Peyton spreading a smile!

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Peyton has been busy creating lots of rainbows to cheer up all of the passers by - and to say thank you to all of the wonderful key workers out there!

Sam's Maths!

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Sam has shown so much resilience working through his Maths. He demonstrated an awesome growth mind-set... a fantastic attribute for a mathematician to have!

Rosie's Super Story!

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Rosie wrote this fantastic story in response to watching a video about a clocktower in a fantasty village. The journey beyond the tower sounds interesting and she has used some lovely sentence starters. Top effort!

Emily has created a fantastic sturdy structure. Wow, that is tall!

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Easter animation - created by one of our Year Two pupils. Isn't it awesome?! What a great effort!

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Here is Evelyn conducting a nature hunt! What a great idea to do on a nice day.

 

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A member of Year 1 had the great idea to create Mr Twit using collage. She even included  the egg, spinach, sardines tail, ice cream and cornflakes in his beard! Yuck!
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The same member of Year 1 has been growing cress. Look at these amazing Cress Heads!
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Oliver's dad sent this in:

 

Oliver came up with the idea to do ‘Letter equations’ with each letter of the alphabet representing numbers 1-26. He did this with no prompt or assistance apart from asking how many numbers are in the alphabet - then immediately writing Z+A=27. Proud moment! We then suggested he use the initials of relatives to come up with their special number.

 

What a fantastic idea Oliver! What a great way to make lots of different equations.

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