Home   Class Pages   Seahorse Class
Seahorse

Seahorse Class

Curriculum

At Millbrook, using the National Curriculum. we are committed to teaching a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum that challenges all of our pupils and enriches their lives.

Our reading scheme is the Oxford Reading Tree from Oxford University Press, supplemented with the “Floppy’s Phonics” scheme. We use the ” Letters and Sounds” programme to teach phonics.

Term 1 Once Upon a Time
Term 2 Inspirational Inventors
Term 3 The Great Fire of London
Term 4 The Great Fire of London
Term 5 Wish you were here… in the desert
Term 6 A Pirate’s Life for me

Linked Documents

Uploaded: February 25, 2020 at 14:51

Newsletters

Uploaded: September 10, 2021 at 14:48
Uploaded: September 3, 2021 at 16:10

Recent updates from Seahorse class

  • The Dragon’s Egg!

    Year one had a strange object which appeared near their classroom. They followed a trail of scales to find an enormous shiny, green egg on a nest.They looked at the evidence to try and determine what it was…. they decided it was most likely a dragon’s egg. They produced some fantastic writing saying what they thought it could be. The dragon also set the children some challenges. I wonder if they’ll get any more visits?

    • Calendar icon February 26, 2021
  • Superheros in KS1

    KS1 staff dressed as Superheroes to introduce the new topic Historical Superheroes. The children in Year 2 became Superheroes as well by making their own Superhero masks.

    • Calendar icon February 1, 2021
  • Year 1 enjoying porridge!

    Year one finished off their traditional tales topic by reading and following instructions to make their own porridge – just like the 3 bears! They thoroughly enjoyed the final process which was, of course, eating and enjoying!

    • Calendar icon October 22, 2020
  • House building in Year 1!

    Year 1 have been busy learning about Traditional Tales this term. They have enjoyed using different materials to construct their own houses – just like the 3 little pigs! They used scientific vocabulary to describe the houses such as rigid, strong, rough, smooth, flimsy and sturdy. They predicted which material would be the strongest and then tried them out.

    • Calendar icon October 7, 2020