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Key Stage 1 Fun

Posted on: 21 Sep 2017 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 1, Year 1, Year 2

Key Stage 1 Fun

Key Stage 1 have already been having so much fun in their first few weeks this term.

Year 2’s topic started in a blaze of excitement. The children have been learning about ‘The Great Fire of London’, imagining what life was like during the seventeenth century and have been inspired to write diary entries and reports from that time. They have enjoyed experimenting with hot and cold colours in art, creating wonderfully individual pieces. The children have been applying their mathematical skills to solve a range of practical problems as well as continuing to develop their mental maths ability. To see some photos of life in Year 2 click here.

Year 1 have completed their first three weeks and have settled in well to the new Key Stage, taking on the new routines well. The children have been working on their number skills through lots of practical and fun activities (such as number bond finger painting). In Literacy, they have explored the story of ‘Class Two at the Zoo’, learning about different characters and how to sequence a story. This week, Year 1 had their own trip, not to a zoo, but to Hampton Court to inspire them to think about Henry VIII and life in Tudor Times. To see their photos click here.

We’re all looking forward to the next few weeks of excitement in Key Stage 1.

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