Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Redbourn Infant and Nursery School

Long Cutt, Redbourn, Herts AL3 7EX
Headteacher: Mrs Jane Byrne
Telephone: 01582 792341     Fax: 01582 794669
Email: admin@redbourninfants.herts.sch.uk

 

 

Year 1

PDF icon Curriculum Newsletter (242KB)

PDF icon Topic Web (379KB)

PDF icon New to Year 1 Meeting - Presentation (1.5MB)

PDF icon Curriculum Evening Presentation - Successful Spelling (239KB)


Our topic focus this term is "Once Upon a Time".

Oak Class


Click on the link for our class blog.

Our Class Governor is Chris Glanvill.

girl holding tudor house
We made Tudor houses with timber beams and leaded windows.
boy walking between rows of houses
We took a walk down Pudding Lane.
children bouncing balls outside
The basketball workshop was fun!
chlidren holding cuddly toys
We got our 10th marble! For our treat we brought in toys from home.
girl skipping
We all had a go at skipping with a long rope on our skipping workshop day.
playing a board game
Our student played a turn taking game with us, we loved it!
children holding their book
Everyone helped to write and illustrate our class traditional tale books.
children carrying a log
On our school trip we worked together to carry a heavy log.
making a huose out of bricks
This house is made out of bricks.
boy showing the clay face with horns
We made clay faces on tree trunks 'It's got horns...'.
clay face on a tree
A clay face to scare off the wolf.
girl dressed as Little Red Riding Hood
We had a visit from Little Red Riding Hood.

 

Beech Class

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Our Class Governor is Judy Robertson.

girl holding tudor house
We learnt about Tudor houses and made our own.
boy walking through rows of houses
Walking through our own Pudding Lane.
children playing glockenspiel
Learning to play London's Burning on the glockenspiel.
children skipping
Practising our skipping skills in the Skipping Workshop.
models of African houses
During Cultural Week we learnt about Africa. We found out about different African homes.
children playing drums
We played rhythms on the djembe drums.
children taking part in African dance
We enjoyed African dancing.
children at Woodlands
We have visited Woodlands.
building a house of sticks
Building a house for the Little Pigs.
making cakes in the muddy kitchen
Enjoying the Muddy Kitchen.
children making crowns
Making crowns for the 50th birthday celebrations.
child reading out the clue to other children
We went on a treasure hunt.

 

 

 

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