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26/01/19

HPACP enjoy a quick history lesson talking to The Loyal Company of Town Criers. https://t.co/T1jWlPZVRF

26/01/19

Primary school players smash out This is Coleraine. https://t.co/oAmd6d8xMX

26/01/19

Lord Harris enjoys his favourite band to share the opening of the new Tapi store in Penge ⁦https://t.co/zZumr0MED7

26/01/19

Temperature is cold but spirits are high as the amazing band adds a bit of sunshine to Penge high street ⁦https://t.co/GbLwCVQViq

26/01/19

Quality and tone of cause passers-by to join in. So proud of you. ⁦⁦https://t.co/oBcyi9kj2E

26/01/19

Amazing pan playing as band draw crowds at opening of Tapi carpets new store in Penge ⁦https://t.co/eJiEhbDXBX

22/01/19

Great enrichment opportunities for our friends in PL

17/01/19

Y2 done an amazing job with their healthy eating homework project. Well done Year 2 https://t.co/C6R0yDQnOI

22/12/18

Stunning Silent Night with lit . . Set the expectation high - and children won’t let you down https://t.co/F4eIgEKQcL

22/12/18

Whilst Shepherd watched their flocks. Fabulous singing. So proud of excellence, engagement and enthusiasm https://t.co/bVhyyOcBcF

22/12/18

Crisis at Christmas; Homelessness affected Mary and Joseph too. Stunning soloists sing Away in a Manger. https://t.co/robr4atdHW

22/12/18

Homelessness in Bethlem and We Three Kings. Fabulous singing, acting, signing. So proud of you https://t.co/MHRjwJI4CY

22/12/18

This is the standard of ease, confidence and quality when drama, music and singing are seen as valuable in the primary curriculum. No room for reducing the curriculum. keeping the curriculum broad https://t.co/hukfR197om

22/12/18

Beautiful singing ‘Oh little town of Bethlehem’ years 4,5,6 service https://t.co/Dr5g52pwv7

22/12/18

Fabulous singing ‘Marys Boy Child’ year 4,5,6 in our service. Great actions https://t.co/yTYBhKAtj7

22/12/18

There’s no room in town - amazing 4 year olds knowing where yo, when to move, how to time the knock whilst singing beautifully. Amazing. https://t.co/YBUDtCy5uq

22/12/18

Reception children perform ‘Clip Clop’ from Nousy Nativity. Amazing. Superb. https://t.co/1QmrPtG4AW

22/12/18

Reception children - FOUR years old perform Noisy Nativity and they are clapping in time! Amazing. Well done teachers. So proud https://t.co/PHoLXLaNdZ

21/12/18

“Christmas is for everyone” Chantes and danced by year 2. Fantastic nativity. Great teachers! https://t.co/sGMxPSt7MH

21/12/18

Y2 nativity and you can hear every word! Such clarity. Fabulous Christmas words. “If you think you’re not important for the little things you do, just remember God above us very proud of you!” https://t.co/TWt4RdCesr

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Year 1

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Welcome to Year 1.

Year 1: Wonderful Me!

Welcome back for what will be our last half term together! We hope you and your children have had a nice, restful break, and are beginning to get ready for Year 2. Before we say goodbye, we have seven exciting learning weeks, where your children will be learning about our brand new topic: the Digital Revolution! Read on to find out more.

 

Digital Revolution

This is a brand new topic for Harris Academy Coleraine Park, and children across all year groups will be learning about different aspects of our digital age. In year 1, we will be looking at the history of toys, and will be finding out what our parents, grandparents and beyond played with before looking at the toys children play with now (including computer games). As part of this, we will be visiting the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, to see for ourselves the kinds of toys children used to play with. Please see the return slip on the back of this newsletter to find out more.

 

English

In English, we will begin by looking at some well-known stories: ‘Knuffle Bunny’, ‘My Friend Bear’ and a poem called ‘This is the Bear’. We will be re-writing, innovating (writing our own story based on the characters of a known book) and writing a story based on the poem. We will continue practising our punctuation, and writing 2A and BOYS sentences.

E.g ‘Knuffle Bunny tried to make her dad realise how upset she was, but he didn’t understand’.

Then we will be writing explanation texts about toys our grandparents played with and toys we play with today. Finally, we will be writing a letter to Hamley’s toy store, to tell them about our favourite toy and why it is our favourite.

Mathematics

In mathematics, we will begin this half term learning about capacity and volume. Then we will be learning about time, particularly using language such as first, later, today, tomorrow, as well as our continued practice of reading on the hour and half hour. We will also solve problems relating to days, months and years. After that, we will be solving problems using money, including finding change. Please support your child by discussing money and change whenever you go to the shops. We will finish the term by practicing multiplication and division skills using sharing and grouping.

Science.

To finish off a fabulous year in science, we will be learning about materials and their properties. We will classify materials and objects according to their properties, and will look at the different uses of materials and objects. We will write our predictions about what we will discover in our testing, carry out experiments to test which properties different materials and objects have, and finally write up our conclusions about what we discover.

 

Topic

As already mentioned, we will be looking at the evolution of toys. This will have a strong history focus, and we will be learning about where we can find information of the past, understanding what ‘living memory’ and ‘non-living memory’ mean and creating timelines of toys through the ages.