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Lawford C of E Primary School

High quality learning and caring together in an encouraging Christian environment.

1D (Year 1, Miss Dennis)

Welcome to 1D

Spring Term 2023

In Maths we have been looking at numbers to 50 and partitioning them into tens and ones. We have used lots of manipulatives to help us solve problems and prove our answers. 

In Art this term we looked at structures. We used paper to create rainforests using techniques we learnt on the build up to the final piece.

In English we have been looking at the Gruffalo - we even had a visit from him! We have also enjoyed our reading this term and loved world book day.

In PE this term we focused on our brilliant ball skills and took part in some amazing gymnastics sessions with our coach, Sam.

Autumn Term 2022

Take a look at our learning this half term...

English: Little Rabbit Foo Foo / The Little Red Hen


Little Rabbit Foo Foo: we became familiar with the story, produced story maps, acted the story out in groups and designed our own Goonie. It was so much fun!

1D also have 'Buddy book time' after break every day. Inspired by The Little Red Hen, we look after small animals whilst we quietly enjoy some of our favourite books.

Maths: Place Value



We always have our concrete resources out so we can prove our knowledge and show our understanding. 


Art: painting and mixing


This half term, we have focused on both primary and secondary colours and enjoyed painting in the style of different artists. Jasper Johns' 'Numbers in Colour' was one of our favourites to recreate.

PE: multi-skills


Science: materials and their properties


Welcome to our Learning environment:

This term, our enquiry question will be:


‘How have schools changed since the Victorian times?’


To answer this question, we will be using lots of different skills. The key concepts underpinning our learning will be:


Identity- understanding the experiences of other individuals as well as ourselves.

Change – identifying how different aspects of life have changed over time.

Fairness – looking at the different rules we have to live by in schools and how this compares to the Victorian times.

Care – how we can care for our school environment.