Year 1 - St. GeorgeMiss Hurst
Welcome to Class SG.
Our Class name is Saint George. Our Teacher is called Mrs Halliday. Miss Bullerwell supports in class SG every morning and Miss Hackney supports us on Monday afternoon.
We have had a great time in class SG so far! We are learning about Queen Victoria and how life has changed. We have been investigating toys from Beamish Museum to help us explain how they have changed. We had an amazing time at Beamish Open Air Museum. We Visited the Pit Village houses and took part in a Help Clean Up session. The children were making beds, tidying the kitchen. cleaning the windows with newspaper and doing the washing outdoors!
PE sessions are on Wednesdays and Fridays. Please ensure PE kit is in school for these lessons.
During Autumn 2 we are using the book Cloudland by John Burningham to inspire our independent writing.
In Science we will be learning about Animals including Humans. Children will be naming parts of the body and comparing animals and humans.
Our History Topic this term is Up Up and Away. We will be learning about the Wright Brothers and the history of flight. Children will be using timelines to help order events. We will be designing and creating our own gliders.
2017 – 2018
Autumn 1 Newsletter 17-18
Autumn 2 Newsletter 17-18
Spring 2 Newsletter 16-17
Spring 2 English 16-17
Summer 1 Newsletter 16-17
Summer 1 English 16-17
Summer 1 Maths 16-17
Summer 2 Newsletter 16-17
Summer 2 English 16-17
When we spotted Hannah in SG quietly producing this masterpiece in the writing area, we HAD to share it with the world! Simply amazing... and Y1 by the...read more
In assembly this week we talked about the kinds of things we would want IN our school and the kind of things we want to keep OUT of our school. Some great ideas, we soon realised we are already lucky enough to have a school with all these things inside it! The...read more
How many stickers can one girl get? Mrs Fodden was SO IMPRESSED with Phoebe's hard work today... she has used up the entire year's sticker budget! Fantastic news...read more