Cedar - Year 1
Welcome to Cedar Class!
Meet the Teacher
As we start our new RE topic, the children explored the church grounds to find signs of new life as we enter the season of Spring.
To celebrate our new topic ‘Outdoor Adenture’, the children walked down to the local park to have some fun outdoors!
Today, we walked around Broughton to discover the human and physical features around our school.
Today, Cedar Class have been using a range of resources to make number bonds to 20.
Today, Cedar Class ‘programmed’ each other to move around the number grid. The children then proceeded to program floor robots back in the classroom.
Thank You Santa!
The children were very excited to receive their books from Father Christmas!
Cedar class had so much fun performing their nativity to their families! 🌟
The children had lots of fun with ‘The History Man’ as they learnt more details about the Fire of London.
The children have been learning about the Jewish festival of Sukkot. The children created their own version of a sukkah.
The children enjoyed learning about Hindu gods and goddesses this week. They created their own lotus flowers and retold a Hinduism story.
Writing with Smiles!
The children enjoyed writing their polar bear facts today!
Lego Fire of London
The children created London in 1166 using Lego. They then used orange paper to represent the flames spreading across the city.
Cedar Class had lots of fun reciting the journey the beast made in our new book ‘The Lonely Beast’.
Today, we had lots of fun creating the different parts of the story ‘Beegu’. The scenes included Beegu playing in the playground, Beegu being reunited with his parents and Beegu wandering the city alone.
We had fun tasting all the different fruits from around the world. At the end, we said a prayer give thanks to God.
2022 - 2023
Today, we explored the symbolism of Easter through different food. We made our very own Easter nests with mini eggs! We also enjoyed a hot cross bun and blackcurrant juice drink.
As part of our ‘Outdoor Adventure’ topic, we decided to take a trip today to our local park!
Today, we used compasses to direct our friends around the playground.
We had a very special visitor in school today who helped us practise our cricket skills.
We have had a lovely afternoon today creating our different habitats around the world. We have a mix of urban, coastal and woodland habitats!
Life Education Services
It was great to welcome Steven and Harold back to Broughton! They discussed the many different feelings we experience and how they can affect our lives.
Oak Class have thoroughly enjoyed reading their books to each other!
Happy World Book Day!
Happy ‘World Book Day’ from Oak Class!
It was beautiful to see the children from nursery, Year 2 and Year 4 sharing their favourite books together!
The children throughly enjoyed when ‘The History Man’ visited us today! He demonstrated how transport has evolved over the years!
Today, in PE, we practised bending our bodies to create letters. We they used our bodies to create words. Finally, we practised being able to stand up while our arms were locked. A very tricky challenged were children had to work together to be successful!
Lots of fun and excitement was had at Lego Discovery Land!
Oak Class have had a fantastic afternoon. First they designed their own celebration cup and then they turned water into ‘wine’ just like Jesus did!
As part of our R.E. topic, the children learn how we eat a variety of foods that have grown all over the globe. The children then got to sample fruits from Brazil, Chile, Italy, Spain and Costa Rica!