Brooklands Primary School

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Year 1

Year 1 Class Teacher

 Miss Annaliese Law

 

 

Current Topic - Jungle!

Click here for our curriculum overview letter.

 

Take a look at some of our previous topics:

Dinosaur Day was a huge success, with many parents impressed with our beautifully handcrafted Factosaurus Dinosaur Books, and replica fossils and dinosaur claws they bought from the souvenir shop.

                       

The children and grownups also had a frighteningly good time in the Dinosaur activity room where they dared to drink dinosaur flavoured drinks, play detective by searching for and identify different types of dinosaurs in the feely boxes, getting creative when making dinosaurs out of playdough and lego, enjoying the fun in the Dinosaur small world, winning dinosaur themed games and even digging for real fossils in the archaeological area.  

 

                              

Here are some of the photos from our trip to Crystal Palace Park where we enjoyed doing observational drawings of the gigantic Victorian models as well as enjoying a roarsome time in the swing park.

         

 

 

 

With Christmas fast approaching, we are also in the middle of learning lots of new songs to perform at our Christmas Nativity performance- Donkey for Sale.

             

 

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We also visited Blackheath Conservatoire where we enjoyed doing a range of Art activities including making clay fossils, wax crayon paintings, marbled dinosaurs and Modroc fossil footprints.

          

     

 

Our Secret Seven Day

At the end of our Enid Blyton project, we dressed as the Secret Seven children and enjoyed a day of solving mysteries and luckily getting a delicious reward at the end of it!

             

             

Year 1 have had an excellent start to their Enid Blyton project including asking lots of questions about the author, making lollipop-stick puppets to act out parts of the story, writing HELP letters from the Secret Seven and even creating Wanted Posters, so Lennie Wilson the crooked criminal can be caught by the Police.