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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.
The year 1 class teachers are Mrs Wolfreys (Monday – Wednesday) and Mrs Jacob (Wednesday – Friday). Our LSAs are Mrs Johnson, and Mrs Sewell.
We will be looking closely at our School Values of R.E.S.P.E.C.T and looking at how we can show this in our classroom.
We will enjoy learning in our new environment and will be looking at how we can challenge ourselves by working independently but also with our learning choices.
Welcome back to another half term in Lowry Class.
We have enjoyed our learning about HOPE and the children were able to link their understanding of this to the lives of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and the hope and help they gave to wounded soldiers. We will continue to think about how we show hope as we move on to our next concept.
This half term Lowry class' concept is IDENTITY. The children will be using our beautiful local area to find particular features. They will explore maps and photos of our surroundings and will discover our own identity in our stunning little village.
The children will learn how to write letters to someone else in our class and to our own local parish councillor about how we think we can improve our local environment, we will even walk to the post box to post them!
In science we will begin to look at ourselves as humans, thinking about our different body parts and what makes us work. Linking this to our work in PSHE thinking about ourselves, our body and our friendships with others.
In RE we will be looking at Incarnation and Salvation and how these both make up a big part of the Bible. We will be exploring the Easter story and how Jesus spend his life rescuing and helping others.
Please look at our Spring overview and newsletter to find out more about the learning in Lowry.
Find out about our other learning in the Autumn overview and newsletter.
2021 - 2022