We are busy learning about the seaside in Year 1, we're very excited about our upcoming trip to Filey. Yesterday we looked at lots of seaside items that Mrs Batty had collected from Filey herself - there were seashells, seaweed, driftwood, feathers and pebbles. We were practising using adjectives to describe them and now we're even more excited about our trip!
Last term in PSHE we were looking at the British value mutual respect and discussing that everyone is different and why it is important to embrace this. The children were asked to make a snowflake using a piece of A4 paper, scissors and colouring pencils. We then displayed these in the classroom and the children were challenged to find another snowflake which was exactly the same as theirs. The children concluded that all the snowflakes were different but they were all beautiful in their own way, just like all their friends!