Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Redbourn Primary (formerly Infant and Nursery) School

Long Cutt, Redbourn, Herts AL3 7EX
Headteacher: Mrs Sarah Hinchliffe
Telephone: 01582 792341     Fax: 01582 794669



Year 1

PDF icon Curriculum Newsletter (213KB)

PDF icon Topic Web (548KB)

PDF icon New to Year 1 Meeting - Presentation (1.5MB)

PDF icon Curriculum Evening Presentation - Successful Spelling (239KB)

Our topic focus this term is "All Aboard".

Oak Class

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Our Class Governor is Chris Glanvill.

children watching experiment
In Science we made predicitions and observations about what will happen to the paper lilies in water.
children passing balls to each other
Practising our chest passes in games.
children listening to a story
We had ice creams and a story for our treat!
girl sawing wood
We used our DT skills to cut pieces of wood to the right size.
boy nailing wooden pieces together
We nailed the legs to the body of our wooden person.
paintings of flowers
Some beautiful observational artwork.
boy wearing hat
Celebrating book week.
children entering planetarium
We took a trip to the stars.
children handling lava
We explored different rocks from volcanos.
programming a beebot
We worked in a team to input an algorithm.
programming on the laptops
We practised 'debugging'.
throwing a ball into a hoop
We developed our throwing and catching skills during a netball workshop.


Beech Class

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Our Class Governor is Judy Robertson.

making reptiles from card
In Science Week we made our own reptiles.
making repitles from card
We could only use strips and squares of card and glue to make our structures.
child with their reptile
We all came up with different designs.
children wearing their hats
These are the hats we made to celebrate World Book Day.
planetarium set up in the hall
We had an astronomy roadshow - we learnt about the moon and stars.
children looking at lava
We looked at lumps of lava.
coins in shape of an R
We used coins to make our initials and added the total. This was 30p.
children holding a paper flower
We went to Woodlands. We extended our learning about Poland by making paper flowers.
children holding paper flowers
In Poland, bright flowers are used on Palm Sunday.

We also looked for signs of winter - it was cold and the trees were bare.
children writing on clipboards
We chose a way to record what we observed.
girl holding two objects
We have been learning how to measure how heavy objects are.




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