Category Archives: Ahlberg

A Villain in our Classroom!

MAJOR UPDATE: When the children came into class this morning they found a new note left by Doctor Slime! It seems our kind messages have worked. Well done Ahlberg class! Mrs Scott was shocked to see a flash of green darting out of Ahlberg’s classroom at lunchtime on Thursday. She told the children what she had seen and they spotted some very unusual notes
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Astronappies!

Year 1 learned that astronauts need special space nappies to wear on spacewalks. We were asked to find out which materials might be best to use to make an absorbent nappy. Can you see what equipment we used to test what would happen when the materials got wet? We tried four different materials: paper towel, printer paper, toilet paper and clingfilm. We counted how
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Wingham Wildlife Park

On Tuesday 30th January, Year 1 went on a trip to Wingham Wildlife Park as part of their topic, Paws, Claws & Whiskers. After a long journey on the double-decker bus we eventually arrived at the park. We were lucky enough to have a hands-on experience. Below are some of the photos – look closely for some fantastic faces!! We were able to handle
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Maths in Year 1

Year 1 have had a busy week in maths learning about addition to 20. Bead strings and Numicon have helped us to visualise what numbers look like and what addition means. We are developing our skills as mathematicians, exploring how we can add numbers efficiently by spotting interesting patterns in our number system.  Here are a few photos showing us hard at work: We
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Mr Fox’s Woodland Party

Year 1 had an exciting Monday afternoon at Mr Fox’s woodland party. Before the party started, we prepared a trail of colourful pebbles to help our parents and carers find us. Mr Fox then left us his own trail of clues to help us find where he was hiding! The children also made their own woodland creatures using conkers and matchsticks, read some woodland-themed
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Pine Cones

In Science, Ahlberg class have been investigating how pine cones change according to the weather. We predicted what we thought would happen when a pine cone was put into a cup of water, wondering how the shape, size, colour and texture might change. The children then observed the pine cones carefully using a variety of senses as they carried out the experiment. We noticed
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