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Year 1 Assembly Friday 29th March 2019 2.15pm

 

The children are getting ready to wow their grownups with all the things that they have been learning about castles. To help them get ready please practice the songs below. 

 

Creepy Castle - with sign language

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Clapping in the castle

There is clapping in the castle, there is clapping all around
There is clapping in the castle, mirth and merriment abound

There is jumping with the jesters, there is jumping all around
There is jumping with the jesters, mirth and merriment abound

There is twirling in the towers, there is twirling all around
There is twirling in the towers, mirth and merriment abound

There is dancing on the drawbridge, there is dancing all around
There is dancing on the drawbridge, mirth and merriment abound

Light the candles, start the music, lords and ladies one and all
With our song and dance and laughter we will fill the castle walls
With our song and dance and laughter we will fill the castle walls

Castles through history

Castles huge and castles small,
Some with battlements and city walls.
Some so old they cannot be found,
Just a pile of stones lying on the ground!

Castles through history,
Real or imaginary,
Castles through history,
Each telling a story.

Some have turrets to the sky,
Some have stairs winding up so high,
Some were the home of a queen or king,
Protecting lots of people during years of fighting.

Castles through history,
Real or imaginary,
Castles through history,
Each telling a story.

Our trip to Croxteth Farm and Park

The children had a lovely trip visiting Croxteth Farm. They met many animals including snakes, a bearded dragon, rabbits, cows, calves, pigs, piglets, horses, donkeys, ponies and birds of pray. The children learnt many interesting facts about the animals including which animals are herbivores, omnivores and carnivores. After our visit to the farm the children collected a range of natural objects and made their own piece of art work in the design of Andy Goldsworthy. Finally we went on our very own bear hunt inspired by Micheal Rosen's book. We were lucky enough to actually find our own bear which we have brought back to school. The children's behaviour was excellent on the trip. Well done Year One.

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All About Me!

 

Year one’s topic for the first half term is All About Me. We have transformed our learning areas into a Doctor’s Surgery where the children can learn about the body through role play. In our topic lessons we will be learning about the local area, our bodies and how we are all different. We will also be looking at Liverpool and the United Kingdom on an interactive map and will learn about addresses.

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