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Haslam Park Primary School

Year 1 Teresa Class

Miss Fenwick

Mother Teresa of Calcutta and the “Express Novena” — The Catholic Foodie

 

Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun and missionary. She is famous for her charitable works and helping the poor, hungry and sick people of India. A nun is  a person who decides to serve God. Nuns often live together in a place called a convent. They spend their whole life doing the work of God and helping people in their communities. Mother Teresa wanted to be a teacher and she hoped that by helping girls learn to read and write, she could help stop them being so poor. In September 1946, Mother Teresa was on a train journey when she received a message from God. She said that God told her to leave the school she worked in and go to work with the poor and sick people. Mother Teresa helped people who were uncared for and forgotten about. She also opened a school for the poor and a orphanage which looked after children who were homeless and had no families. In 1979, Mother Teresa was given the Nobel Peace Prize for all her years of helping, caring and hard work. Sadly, Mother Teresa died in 1997 and people all around the world were sad to hear about her death. 

We are proud to be named after such an inspirational woman who helped so many people in need.

 

Our Timetable

Please take a look at our timetable below to have a look at our PE days and the wider curriculum learning. Pupils must wear school PE kit for PE lessons including their school jumper and black pumps / trainers.

Snack money is £1 per week and needs to be paid via PARENTPAY (no cash.) Children will be provided with fruit for snack free of charge. 

 

Our Learning - Autumn Term

English

In our English lessons we will be learning all about stories with repetitive patterns and structures including rhyme. Rhyme is where words sound the same e.g. cat and mat. Can you think any more rhyming words? Oi Frog will be our stimulus for writing. We will be using the book to help us write labels, lists, captions, character and setting descriptions, letters, stories and much more! You can read the story here. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2da5yu6rpdg

Oi Frog! (Oi Frog and Friends): Amazon.co.uk: Gray, Kes, Field, Jim:  9781444910865: Books

Maths

In our Maths lessons we will be learning to count, read and write numbers up to 20. We will also be learning how to sort objects into groups and sequencing numbers 0-20.

Click on these links below to help you count to 20 at home.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0Ajq682yrA

You could also have a look at these websites to play fun games to help you count to 20. 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=counting%20to%2020

Numbers 0 to 20 Wooden Puzzle | Bramblerose Toy Shop

Geography

In Geography we are learning about the 7 continents of the world. We will also be looking at the different seas and oceans as well as the climates and landscapes of the continents. Practise learning about continents and oceans by pressing these links.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6BE4VcYngQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6DSMZ8b3LE

Mr. Nussbaum - Interactive Continents - Click and Learn

Science

In our Science lessons we will be looking at different materials and their features. We will be looking at the different properties of materials and how we can sort them into groups. Have a look at this website to learn more about materials.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrssgk7

Everyday materials and their properties posters | Science topics,  Properties of materials, Materials science

RE and PSHE

In Religious Education we will be learning about the Christian story of Creation. In our PSHE lessons we will be learning all about Being Me in my World. We will talk about what makes us special and learn that we are all unique. We will also learn how to behave towards other people who are different to us and discuss our rights and responsibilities.

The 7 Days of Creation | GCED | Bible story for young children - YouTube

Wigan Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 5QL

01204 333393

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