Mr Clare

Mr Clare

Mr Clare's Class

Welcome to Year 1. We are looking forward to all the exciting things we have planned for this year!

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Aborigine Creation Story /

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    • 20 January, 2018
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In Year One we have been looking at the different Creation stories from around the world. This week we discussed the Aborigine Creation Story and how the Aborigine people of Australia have a very different view to Christians.

We looked at how the native Australian animals play a big part in these stories and how this is shown in Aboriginal artwork.

From this we chose to develop our dot painting skills as seen in a lot of Aboriginal artwork.

After we had practised these skills we chose to develop them by creating our own Australian animal dot paintings.

This is the outcome of our skill building and resilience to achieve a really effective outcome!

What do you think?

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Mummy Mission /

Your mission this week is to find out some amazing facts about how and why the Ancient Egyptians made their mummies. You could ask someone, look in a book or search online (with supervision). Write, draw, use pictures, make a video in your mission book or on the blog.

You Wouldn t Want to be an Egyptian Mummy!

You Wouldn t Want to be an Egyptian Mummy!

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Merry Christmas to you all /

Have a wonderful Christmas break. We want you to enjoy all the festivities so there is no official Marvellous Mission but we would love it if you blogged some pics of your best moments. See you in 2018.

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Remember you can check out the Year One Advent Calendar on Twitter – @HCPS_KS1

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Christingle /

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    • 30 November, 2017
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This trip to St. Peter’s Church in Tankersley marks the start of Chritsmas for us in Key Stage One. What a wonderful event even if it was a wee bit chilly.
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Holiday Mission /

Your mission is to tell us about what you got up to over the half-term holiday. You can write about something you have done, draw the event or take photos. Remember to blog if you can.

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