Lets read together, ask your family members to read this wonderful story about Frieda and how she makes a difference. Learning about our SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) will help us all make a difference to our world. Can you spot the SDG number on the page? How many can you find? What do you think […]
Hello children, this week we are going to learn a song that teaches us all about our rights. Let’s sing along and see how many of our Rights you know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN_70HXxd5Y How many can you name?
Come and learn French colours with Miss Louise.
During this time it is important that children are able to access learning at home. Here are a list of useful links for year one parents to use at home that closely follow our year one curriculum. Phonics play is a fantastic website offering resources and games that the children can access for free on […]
Year 1 have been making bears from clay. First, we decided in pairs which species of bear we would like to make – a giant panda, sun bear, brown bear or black bear. Then, we did research on our bear. What does it look like? What colour is it? What does it like to eat? Where […]
Year one have been enjoying their new topic ‘Teddy Bear Tales’. Our favourite teddies joined us today for a teddy bear picnic where we read to our cuddly friends and shared a snack. The children are very pleased that the teddy robber has returned our class bear after being reminded of our core values.
Year One went on a trip to London exploring the London Landmarks. We hired a London Bus and sang songs together while making our way to Central London. On our journey, we spotted Landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge and London Eye. While spotting these Landmarks, our teachers (who were our tour guides) shared […]
Year one went on a trip to Lewisham where we explored our local community. We wondered around the Temple and discussed the different statues. We went to the market where we each had £1 to spend on something to bring back to school. After the market we had lunch and enjoyed playing in the fields. […]
Coach James Reid from Kent County Cricket Club spent a wonderful few days at Rathfern, delivering exciting cricket workshops with KS1 children. James also led an assembly that helped us to understand a little more about the game of Cricket, and how we can get more involved in the sport. The workshops were a lot […]
On Wednesday the 3rd of April a group of KS1 children attended a Multi-Skills Festival at Sydenham School. There was lots of fun activities for us to take part in. We worked out how to walk with the giant feet, we scored lots of Hockey goals, and some of us managed to slide our Kurling […]