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Welcome to Year 1!

 

As we approach the end of this academic year and the children are almost ready to move into Year 2, I would like to say that all the children have worked tremendously hard this year and I, as I am sure you are, feel very proud of every one of them.  

 

Please remember to return your report slip ASAP and to now keep your child's red reading record at home as there will be no more reading books given out until September.  

PE kits will be sent home on Wednesday 19th July, please return them on the first day back. 

Water bottles will be sent home on Friday 21st July, please return these on the first day back in September also.  

 

Keep an eye out for your child's Learning Journey which will be sent home in this final week.  This is a snapshot of your child's unique learning experiences and moments that the adults are super proud of them for, throughout the year.  

 

It is Toy Day on Friday 21st July - please make sure that electronic games and devices are not brought into school.  

PACE bags are not needed on this day. 

 

Thank you for all your continued support this academic year, enjoy a happy and safe summer holiday.  

Miss Isherwood and Miss Woodrup.  

 

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Please check the photos at the bottom of this page to discover a snapshot of our recent learning experiences.  


Wow what a busy Spring Term we have had! The children have been ensuring that our sentences have adjectives in them and really trying hard to understand different characters through profiling and description activities.  We have also completed various Maths Challenges, specifically using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.  Remember that whatever Numeracy task we complete in Year 1, we always use resources to help us and this style of learning should be mirrored at home.  

The children's phonics are developing all the time, please continue to read with your child as often as possible.  Chopping the words up and then blending them back together remains paramount for your child's development.  

In class, we have read 'The Twits' by Roald Dahl and have now moved onto 'Fantastic Mr Fox' by the same author.  Reading stories with your child, which are beyond their phonic knowledge, is not only important for quality family time but also exposes your child to new vocabulary which is vital for progression. 
 

Our Easter topic has been met with awe and wonder.  We have learnt about new life that can be seen in God's Wonderful World.  We have grown cress, learning that seeds or bulbs need to be 'woken up' and some of the different life cycles that happen either in Spring or throughout the year.  
Like the rest of the School, our Christian Values underpin the way we treat each other and help us to make informed choices.  The children in Year 1 each take part in a daily phonics session as well as Numeracy and Literacy lessons each morning.  The children also learn about various topics across the year.  Our long term plan can be seen on our Class Page section of our school website.  


 Don't forget to read the weekly orange newsletter detailing items for the whole school and the Year 1 door for quick reminders specific to our daily routines.  Also please remember to send your child's water bottle back in every Monday after the weekend.  

 

Thank you for your continued support.

On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store. We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers. The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary. Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School. When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like. We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.

On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      1
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      2 The bus journey
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      3 The bus journey
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      4 In the Bakery
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      5
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      6
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      7
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      8
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      9
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      10
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      11
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      12
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      13 Meeting the Fishmonger
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      14
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      15 Holding a fish with real teeth
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      16
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      17
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      18
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      19
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      20 Watching how we cut a fish up
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      21
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      22 In the freezers 'behind the scenes'
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      23 Making doughnuts back in class
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      24
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      25
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      26 Tasting the yummy fresh doughnuts
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      27
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      28
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      29
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      30
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      31
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      32
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      33
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      34
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      35
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      36 Learning about halves and quarters
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      37 and then buttering them ready to eat!
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      38
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      39
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      40
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      41
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      42
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      43
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      44
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      45
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      46
On 27th April we were lucky enough to visit our local Tesco store, exploring where different foods come from and how some are made in store.  We visited the Bakery, the Fishmonger, the Cheese stall, found out where different Fruit and Vegetables come from and had a look behind the scenes in the warehouse and the large freezers.  The children's attitude and behaviour was exemplary.  Billie, the Tesco Community lead at Burnley Extra emailed Miss Isherwood later on Thursday "Can I just say today's trail was an absolute pleasure and one of my  colleagues wanted me to let you know what lovely manners the children have." The children really were a credit to our School.  When we came back to School, the children enjoyed tasting the different cheeses, saying which ones they did and did not like.  We also made toasted fruit teacakes which Mark the Baker had made instore for us that morning and made our own doughnuts in class! Tesco very kindly also donated lots of Fruits and Vegetables which we again tasted, selecting which we liked and disliked and also thought about where they grew and in what country.      47

Easter Gardens, designed by us!

Easter Gardens, designed by us! 1 We used gravel, soil and a cardboard pot.
Easter Gardens, designed by us! 2 We then added the artificial grass and a cross.
Easter Gardens, designed by us! 3 We are very proud of our creations.
Easter Gardens, designed by us! 4 Some of us added flowers to the beautiful garden.
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Fractions with food, halves and quarters

Fractions with food, halves and quarters 1 When cutting in halves, there are 2 equal parts.
Fractions with food, halves and quarters 2 We cut pizzas, bread, biscuits and cakes.
Fractions with food, halves and quarters 3 We tried to make each part equal so it was fair.

As part of our new Life topic, we took our own photographs on a Spring Walk and discovered some of the beautiful living things in our school grounds.  We also planted our own cress seeds. 

Some of us decided that plants need

Water 

Sunlight

Soil 

 

And most importantly LOVE.  Without God's love and love from each other, we cannot grow either.  

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Picture 1 Self portraits
Picture 2 Grammar is very important
Picture 3 Where we live
Picture 4 Friendships
Please take a look at our Year 1 Newsletter to see what we will be covering this Term and any important reminders.
E-Safety powerpoint detailing items for consideration, in order to keep everybody safe whilst online.
Meet The Teacher 12th September 2016 Year 1 Miss Isherwood
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