Welcome to Year One’s Homepage! Year One is such an exciting year, full of great trips, workshops and hands on lessons! In Year One we work hard to build those early foundations of learning and to establish that all important enthusiasm for lifelong learning and discovery! This year, we will focus on three main topics across the year: ‘History of Camden Market’, ‘Shakespeare’ and finally ‘LS Lowry and Pieter Bruegel!’ as well as celebrating Black History Month and the Global Goals. You can keep up to date by reading our class blog and home learning will be posted in the ‘Related Documents’ section on the right hand side.
Year One Team!
Class Teacher: Mrs Evans
Teaching Assistant: Ms Bergin
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This term, Year 1’s topic is ‘History of Camden Market’. We will be visiting the market as ‘Time Detectives’ and will look for clues to make us think about what the market used to be like. We will be doing lots of research and drama to have a greater understanding of what the market used to be like and how it was used (as a horse stables and horse hospital). Our writing lessons will be inspired by this topic as well as linked to our class book for this half term, Katie in London.
In Maths, we will revisit our number facts – counting up to 100 and working with numbers from 0-30 to build a more solid understanding of place value, addition, subtraction, measurement and shape.
In Science, our focus will be ‘Animals’ and we will be finding out about carnivores, omnivores and herbivores. We will also look at the characteristics of different animals and be able to classify them as mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish.
In Art, we will be making lots of different crafts such as jewellery and tea light holders linked to what we would find at Camden Market.
In RE, we will be learning about the Christian/Jewish creation story and the children will be able to explain their beliefs as well as understand that Christians believe that God created the world in seven days.
Important dates for Year 1 in the Autumn Term
Friday 20th September: Year 1 Class Assembly