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Bedwell School,
Bedwell Crescent,
Stevenage,
Herts, SG1 1NJ

01438 351198

admin@bedwell.
herts.sch.uk

Headteacher:
Miss E Shaw


© Bedwell Primary
School, 2018

Class 3 (Year 1)
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Latest News x

  • Out and About!
    In Year 1, we have been for two walks out and about in the local area. This has helped us with our geography, learning about the environment around us. We have investigated the types of places we live, taking photographs of different sorts of houses with our new cameras. We have also made a pictogram to show how we get to school. To help us write our poems, we have been for a walk to Fairlands Park to look at signs of autumn. We used our senses and described what we discovered.

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  • Outdoor Learning
    In Year 1, we love going outside to learn and play (especially when we manage to catch some drier, warmer days)! Below you can see just a few of the things we have got up to over the last few weeks, investigating materials, using natural materials for art and construction, and burning off lots of energy! We have shared some great ideas for how we can improve our outdoor space this year, and as a result Mrs Harry and Miss Hodson have started planning how to make it a better place to learn. Hopefully it will develop  into a much more exciting space over the next few months - check back soon!

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  • Ourselves
    Out topic in the Autumn Term was ‘Ourselves’. We have been learning about our five senses and finding out about our bodies. In Literacy, we have really enjoyed  reading ’Funnybones’ stories. We have acted out the stories and written our own with a beginning, middle and end.

    Funnybones at the airport, by Kiera Vince-Wick
    The skeletons were playing video games in the dark, dark cellar. The skeletons jumped in the car to go to the airport. The airport was closed, they jumped in the car and went back home.

    Funnybones at the seaside, by George Poulter
    The skeletons went to the beach and they went to the beach to water-ski. The skeletons saw a shark in the sea. OH NO! The sharks swam to them. The boat went faster and faster to the shore.

     

     

 

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Star of the Week: Hope King
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For being incredibly focussed in class and working hard to help those around her.

How you can help at home
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Please try to hear your child read their school reading book for at least twenty minutes every day - it makes a huge difference to progress in reading.


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