Owls (Year 1)

Welcome to the Owls Class.

The Class Teacher is Mrs Roberts and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Booth.

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Year 1 go pond dipping

Our Science learning took us outside today as we went pond dipping. We found many fascinating creatures in the pond, including some which we needed to research. The children were extremely curious in their learning - well done, Year 1!

The Wonderful World of Animals

On the 18th May the Owls Class performed a lovely assembly about animals. It included rhyming poems based on the story 'Commotion in the Ocean', lots of interesting facts about animals and a re-telling of the wonderful story 'The Rainbow Fish'.

The children all performed brilliantly, speaking their lines clearly and off by hreart. The acting was great too. 

Well done to everyone in Owl Class for such a lovely performance. 


Owls Class Learn all About Looking After Their Teeth

On Friday the Owls Class had a visit from a local dentist. The dentist told us lots of useful and important information about how to look after our teeth. We know that we must brush our teeth twice a day (the one before bedtime is particularly important) and that we must not have too many sugary foods and drinks as these could make our teeth go bad. She showed us how dentists check our teeth with a special mirror. She also showed us the best way to brush our teeth (in circles on the front of our teeth and up and down on the back of our teeth). All the children listened really carefully and were given an information pack to take home that included a sticker and a tube of their own toothpaste. 

Thankyou to Kai for the demonstrations and to Kai's mum for arranging the visit and leading the talk. 


Making Animal Homes

 This morning we have been out in the sunshine making homes for animals. We soon realised that the animals would need something comfy to lay on (we used leaves) and something to protect them from the wind and rain that wouldn't get blown away. Have a look at some that we made. Do you think the animals would survive in them?

A Busy term for the Owls

We have been very busy since Christmas in the Owls Class. As part of our topic'To Infinity and Beyond' we have been investigating old and new toys and talking about our favourites.

Here are Kai and Harley showing us their favourite toy after they had talked all about them.

We have used 'Toy Story' to help us to add -ed to verbs. we watched the opening scenes of the first film and described all the things the toys were doing.They roared, jumped, pulled, pushed and even kissed! Why don't you watch it yourself and see if their are any other verbs you can see (don't forget to add -ed)

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