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Talk For Writing: We are learning to find information in texts and use adjectives to describe key vocabulary. We are writing our own Spring information texts. 
Maths: We are learning about capacity and can say if something is full, empty, nearly full, nearly empty or empty. We are learning to measure and compare lengths using centimetres and cubes. 
R.E: We are learning about special meals, special people and reflecting on the Easter story. 
Science: We are learning to classify a common variety of animals using scales, feathers, fur and hair and can name a common variety of fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. 
History: We are learning about schools in the Victorian Era and comparing life in Victorian schools to life in school now. 
Geography: We are exploring our school grounds and saying how we can improve them. We are using Digimap to look at features of our local area and can say if something looks near or far away. 
Art: We are create Collagrpahy prints using a variety of different media. 
D.T: We are exploring axles, wheels and chassis's and are creating our own vehicles using our own design criteria and evaluating it. 
Music:  We are learning that Music can make the world a better place and are listening to different types of music and saying which ones make us feel different emotions. 
Computing: We are learning to type using digital typing and will learn to change the font size, colour and use Capital letters and the space bar. 
P.E: We are taking part in team games and obstacle courses. We are learning to take turns in team games and be a good sports person. 
PSHE: We are learning about personal relationships and what makes us a good friend. 



History Chronology​​​​​​

We compared what our school looked like and how it has changed since 1957 until now. We compared this to how schools have changed since the Victorian Times. We used the VR headsets to look at pictures of Queen Victoria and Victorian schools and role played with Victorian schools with our Year 5 friends. 

Science Working Scientifically

Children worked hard in Year 1 to investigate foot lengths and heights to find out if a larger foot size meant that you were taller. The children made predictions and comparisons by observing and then measuring to find out if their predictions were correct. 

Science classifying common animals with feathers, scales, fur and hair. 


We have been using Beebots to give instructions and using online Beebot programmes to make our robots move.