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Year One blog

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  • Jackson Pollock

    Published 07/11/18, by Sara Coaten

    In computing we are going to look at different artists' work over the next few weeks and then explore how to create a similar piece using our dazzle program. 

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  • Autumn!

    Published 25/10/18, by Bethan Charles

    Our last week of term was very busy! 

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  • Art request ....and bear hunting!

    Published 24/09/18, by Bethan Charles
    In Art next week (week beginning 1st October) we will be making a class collage all about London.  Please could you send your child in with images of London. These images must be able to be cut out.  If these could be in school by Mon
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  • Welcome Back

    Published 12/09/18, by Bethan Charles

    Welcome to the Bumblebee and Dragonfly classes. 

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  • Great of Fire of Thrapston!

    Published 28/03/18, by Bethan Charles

    We have had a busy day in year 1 and 2. 

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  • Busy Week

    Published 28/02/18, by Bethan Charles

    It has been such a busy week.....and it is only Wednesday

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  • February already? 

    Published 03/02/18, by Bethan Charles

    We whizzed through January!

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  • Bengal Brasserie

    Published 21/11/17, by Bethan Charles
    We had a wonderful Year one visit to the local Indian restaurant. We will be having more Indian activities on Friday including dancing. Check out the gallery and keep and eye out for more photos after Friday. 
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  • We had visitors!

    Published 17/10/17, by Bethan Charles

    Today Natural world Experience brought sme of their animals to visit us. 

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  • Animal Day 

    Published 04/10/17, by Bethan Charles

    We had a roarrrrrring good day. 

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  • Welcome to the Bumblebee class

    Published 27/09/17, by Bethan Charles

    What a busy first few weeks we have all had settling into Year 1! Both Mrs Coaten and Mrs Drewery are very proud of how the Bumblebee children have been ready to learn and embraced all that has been new so far. 

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