Welcome to Cygnets - Year 1
Spring 2018 Newsletter
Spring 2018 Topic Web
What an exciting start to Year 1! We went on a dinosaur hunt, we built dinosaur nests and baked dinosaur cookies! We even sometimes use dinosaurs to help us count.
Autumn 2017 Newsletter
Autumn 2017 Topic Web
Autumn 2017 Timetable
Today Liz Hopkins came to visit. We visited the moon and played alien maths games and solved some maths problems. We are back on planet Earth now!
We made Rainbow biscuits.
We brought our rucksacks ready for our holiday. Henry was off to Greenland with his soup!
Matilda brought Dollars for her trip to America.
Off we go to the airport.
We showed our passports and boarding passes ready for our flight.
We found our seats.
Off we flew to Spain.
Our trip to Westonbirt Arboretum with Class 1.
Summer 2017 Newsletter
Summer 2017 Topic Web
Food to Fork
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Spring 2017 Topic Web
Nativity - Shine Star Shine.
Summer Topic Web 2016
Summer Newsletter 2016
We had an exciting day starting our 'Splendid Skies' topic. We packed our bags, boarded an airplane and jetted off on our holidays! We even managed to make rainbow biscuit snacks!
Fruit kebabs and woodland crowns - a creative end to our 'Enchanted Woodland' topic.
We launched our new topic Claws, Paws and Whiskers with a visit to Bristol Zoo. We saw lots of different animals and met Cleo the Egyptian tortoise. Did you know that these tortoises can live for up to 100 years?
We also met Billy the rat, who lives with another rat called Bob.
We all had a fun and informative day!
Dexter the Bengal Tiger cat came to visit Class 2. He has stripes and leopard spots and he is only 5 months old.
Dexter was very friendly and he let everyone stroke him.
We also had a visit from Bumble and Mrs Byrne. We thought of lots of questions to ask. We found out that Bumble is 6 years old, that he came from the Blue Cross Rescue Centre and that he likes to play in the field with his horse friends.
Class 2 Topic Web Spring 2016
Class 2 Spring 2016 Newsletter
Curriculum Map Autumn 2015
This term we were very lucky to have 2 grandparents who visited us with the toys they played with when they were young. We loved holding and looking at the different toys which were 60 years old. We found some that were similar to ones we play with today like snakes and ladders. We also looked at the materials they were made out of and discovered many of their toys were made out of wood and metal instead of plastic.
Curriculum Letter Autumn 2015