Today Year 1 put on our Historian hats and looked at household objects from the past and present.
Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Thursday, 13 September 2018
In Maths Year 1 are learning about sorting in different ways.
Today we used objects to practise our sorting skills.
Look at our hard work!
Falah, Daren and Omar sorted objects by colour.
Umar said "I am collecting all of the fruits."
"These are things that run on a track. There are things that fly. These are all bears and these live on a farm."
Can you help us by sorting different objects at home?
Look at these problems for some ideas:
Sunday, 2 September 2018
Tuesday, 24 July 2018
We would just like to say thank you for such a lovely year in Owls and Finches classes!
You have worked really hard, grown up lots and learned lots along the way. We are very proud of all you have achieved, and we look forward to watching you continue along your Iveson journey in Year 2!
Good luck and have a lovely summer!
Miss Grimshaw and Miss Lennon
Thursday, 19 July 2018
Iveson Summer Coding Challenge
The UK will require 2 million more engineers over the next decade, the majority of which within the information & communication sector. Iveson will be inspiring the next generation of young computer engineers this summer. Iveson summer coding challenge.
YOU DO NOT NEED A COMPUTER – TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
Friday, 13 July 2018
As part of our homework, we have each got a country to research.
Can you find out:
What continent your country is in?
What continent your country is in?
What language is spoken there?
One interesting fact about your country.
Bring in your research next week for a dojo!
Thursday, 12 July 2018
We used our fingers to create printed patterns as rainbow scales.
Then we added one sparkly scale to our fish.
Have a look at our wonderful work!
Monday, 9 July 2018
Our spellings this week are:
today, come, some, where, were, when
We will also be practising the days of the week:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
How many can you get right this week?
Sunday, 8 July 2018
This is our story this week, we will be learning to retell the story using actions - can you show your family?
If the video above does not work, try this link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUCru_jgV9Q&safe=active
Monday, 2 July 2018
We celebrate Iveson Excellence here: http://iveson-primary.co.uk/parents/iveson-excellence/
Special Mentions, Academic Excellence, Pride of Iveson and much, much more...
Thursday, 21 June 2018
Sports for Champions will be visiting Iveson Primary on 3rd July.
Now that the sponsorship forms have gone out we hope you are doing your best to ask your family and friends to sponsor you in our sports challenge! Remember - only ask people that you know to sponsor you.
Sponsorship forms should be returned with any money collected on Tuesday 26th June.
If you have any questions about this, please just ask.
Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Today we made sea stars.
We made them with salt dough.
To make the dough we mixed flour, salt and water and stirred it until it was sticky. Then we added more flour and squeezed it until it was a dough.
We moulded the dough into sea stars.
Finally we used lollypop sticks and match sticks to decorate our sea stars with lines and dots.
What do you think of our super work?
Monday, 18 June 2018
Monday, 11 June 2018
We have been learning about left and right turns.
We used a hoop to help us.
We practised whole turns, quarter turns, half turns and even three-quarter turns.
Quiz us when we get home to see if we can remember!
Sunday, 3 June 2018
Following recent parent feedback, we have published a new series of videos on our YouTube channel that will help parents to find the information they need on our school website. Follow this link to the playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF_oI4RHM77OCen7XaDkEElWcZPhDioac More videos to be posted soon.
Saturday, 2 June 2018
Saturday, 26 May 2018
Sunday, 20 May 2018
Our spellings in Year 1 this week are:
We are also practising how to spell the days of the week, and how to write numbers to 20 as words.
Saturday, 19 May 2018
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Yr1 pupils are looking forward to a picnic next week. Will be lovely to see parents there too, look out for more details being sent on a WhatsApp message today. ☀️🥪🍰☀️ #IvesonEssentials #Experiences It's outdoor learning week!
Friday, 27 April 2018
This week we have moved our plants into a bigger pot. We moved them because they are getting bigger and the roots need more space to grow.
First we had to fill the new pots with compost.
Next we carefully pulled the baby plants out of the old pot. We made a deep hole in the soil and gently put the plants into it. We had to be very careful not to break the roots.
Then we covered up the roots with more compost. This helps the plant stand up straight and grow tall.
Finally we watered the plants and we put the pots on the windowsill to get lots of sunlight.
Friday, 20 April 2018
We are growing sweet peas in Year 1. We are learning about the different parts of plants.
Before the Easter holiday we planted some sweet pea seeds. Now we are watching them grow!
Above the soil we can see the plants sprouting. They have tiny, green leaves on them.
We looked at what was happening underneath the soil...
We can see the sprout at the top and the root growing down under the soil.
Hopefully we will see our plants get more leaves, and even some pretty flowers!
Thursday, 22 March 2018
Year 1 are learning about Materials in Science this term.
We started by naming the different materials that are found in our environment, and had a think about what different objects were made from.
This week we looked at lots of different objects and used our scientific skills to sort the objects by the material they were made from. Some of the objects were not made of the material that we first thought!
What material do you these these objects are made from?
Tuesday, 27 February 2018
Year 1 had a wonderful trip to Skipton Castle today. We braved the cold and the snow to learn about some of the history in the local area.
We explored all over the castle and heard all about its history from our superb guides. We learned all about how kitchens were run in medieval times (no girls allowed!) and about what the toilets were like (very smelly!). We also went deep down into the dungeons and saw how dark it was for the prisoners that were kept there.
Ask us all about our fabulous experience, and enjoy the pictures from our trip.
All of us could fit into the fireplace!
and with the lights off!
We leaned about how knights guarded the entrance to the castle using a drawbridge, murder holes, gates and a portcullis.
We are looking forward to continuing our learning about castles this half term.