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Virtual School Experience News from Y1A

I would like to say a big thank you to all the parents who have supported their children and have sent me photos and videos. I have been amazed at the fantastic work students have completed during the Virtual School Experience.

Students engaged in a variety of S.T.E.A.M.   (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) challenges. Homemade water xylophones allow kids to hear and see the science of sound in action. We created water xylophones by filling containers with different amounts of water.  Doris, Norman, Alice and Zena used water xylophones to play music.

Students enjoyed developing their science investigation skills at home.  We carried out experiments to identify which materials allow light to pass through.  Henry, Cindy and Isabel found out how different materials can be used to make shadows.

In the How to melt Ice experiment, students were asked to generate a scientific hypothesis and carry out a fair test. Mars created a video to share what he had learnt about melting ice.

Students engaged in practical math tasks. They developed skills and were given opportunities to share their mathematical understanding. Emily found examples of arrays at home. Cindy and Henry created videos to demonstrate how to measure capacity and weight. Zena used candy to show how to group and share a set of objects.

As a part of a Create and Play lesson, students investigated different ways to make bridges. Mars used Lego to build a bridge.  He used his bridge to retell the story of The Billy Goats Gruff.

In literacy, students like Ascanio, Norman and Emily participated in Online reading challenges and won Reading certificates.

In our Claws, Paws and Whiskers unit, Fairy wrote an amazing information book about animals.

During our Zoom Live Lessons, students took part in maths quizzes, played games, listened to read aloud stories,sang together and created art.  Doris played the piano and Isabel played the violin.

Miss Carol Foster

Year 1A Teacher