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From A to B and C for Cross-Curricular

Year 1 are fully in the swing of our IPC unit 'From A to B' having taken off with a bang last week with our entry point.

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This week the children discussed their knowledge of maps and looked at a number of different maps on a variety of scales and for a variety of purposes and locations.

After exploring other maps we were then presented with a map of the Dąbrowskiego campus with 16 points marked on the map. Using our geographical skills and by re-ordering the numbers we began to unpick words and objects which told a familiar tale.

The successful teams decoded that the words were from our English book of focus 'This is the Bear' and stated "This is the bear who fell in the bin. This is the dog who pushed him in."

Excited after orienteering the children realised that they had used so many skills and subjects all at once and what fun they'd had.

Henry W Guyler

Year 1 Sharks Teacher ,Year 1 Learning Leader

Assistant Head (Dąbrowskiego Campus)