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1 Esau enjoyed studying trees as part of their science curriculum, and measured the circumference of three difference tree trunks and made bark rubbings.

The children in 1 Esau really enjoyed taking part in the Squashed Tomatoes Challenge during British Science Week. They worked in teams to design and build a cart that would carry tomatoes safely down a ramp. The winning team were delighted when their cart carried 28 cherry tomatoes safely to the bottom!

Year 1 were so excited to witness the construction of their new willow 'Wigloo' in the new Forest School area in our garden. It looks amazing!

1 Esau enjoyed designing and making a space helmet during their DT lesson. We have lots of little astronauts ready to zoom off to the Moon!

1 Esau have been enjoying the autumn leaves in their Forest School session.

A huge thank you to the children and parents in Year 1 who supported our Caritas Gardening Competition so enthusiastically! The children were asked to plant up an old shoe or boot with flowers or shrubs to brighten up the Year 1 garden, and show us that they had used their caring hands in Caritas Week to engage with God’s wonderful world. As you can see, the entries were very creative and colourful and it was difficult to choose a winner. Congratulations to 1 Esau, 1 Isaac and 1 Rebekah who were all winners and amazing gardeners! Thank you for your help and enthusiasm, and do come along to the Year 1 garden to look at the many entries.

Year 1 Caritas Gardening Competition

Year 1 National Curriculum Targets

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