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  • Charles Kingsley's Church of England
  • (Aided)
  • Primary School, Glaston Hill Road,
  • Eversley, Hook, Hampshire,
  • RG27 0LX
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Lowry-Year 1

Welcome to Lowry - Year 1!

In Lowry class we live and breathe our School Values of R.E.S.P.E.C.T as well as our Habits of Mind.


Welcome to Lowry Class - Year 1!

The learning in Year 1 Lowry Class is led by Miss Church with Mrs Johnson. Mrs Sibley teaches us on Tuesday afternoons.


Welcome back to the second half of our Spring term. A term that, so far, has been filled with laughter, fun and some brilliant and grown-up learning behaviours from your superstars.


Our key concept this half term is identity


During our Entry Day, we will be explaining our understanding of the concept of identity via some shared activities. We will be linking this to the books Davaatseren and the Big City by Florence Wilkinson, and The Girl Who Could Fix Anything by Mara Rockliff. How we are unique and special will also form part of our Entry Day.


RE learning focusses on Understanding Christianity - Salvation. This topic includes establishing our knowledge of the Easter Story and understanding why Easter is important to Christians. Our weekly worships with the team from St. Mary’s Church, Eversley (Rev. Faith and the ‘Open the Book’ group) will focus our thinking too.


Our curriculum is underpinned by our concept identity and contains other topics. The children will continue to broaden their scientific vocabulary in our continued animals and habitats Science topic. In Geography, we will be finding out about the United Kingdom. In DT, we will be researching, designing and creating fruit salads to provide Baby Bear with a new breakfast. During PE, we will be enjoying improving our running. Our second weekly PE session will see us creating wide, curved and narrow movements and transitions as part of our gymnastics routines. In Computing, the children will start to learn how to sort a range of data and display it in a picture format. Our RSHCE focuses on our mental and economic wellbeing. To start our Mandarin Chinese learning, we will encounter vocabulary for greetings and simple responses. Listening to and engaging with Bossa Nova style songs will be the foundation of our Music topic this term.


I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the parent and family communities of Lowry Class for all the support given to helping with spelling practising and reading. It really does make a significant difference to your child’s learning.

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