Brainwave Entry Point!

Year 1 loved making brains for our Brainwave Entry Point! We learnt about 3 different parts of the brain and why they are important. We used salt dough to make our brain!

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Did you know?

In the first few years of life, 700 new neural connections are formed every second.
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Did you know?

Most adults can quickly and effortlessly recall as many as 100,000 regularly used words when prompted.

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IPC Key Stage One – Home work tasks

Key Stage 1 have started their new topic, Hooray! Let’s go on holiday. New homework tasks are in the purple homework books ready for you.

Thank you for all the help you give your child when completing the IPC tasks. We think they look great and the children are always so proud to bring them in school to show everyone.

Mrs Taylor and Miss Brogan

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IPC Exit Point – We are what we eat

Many thanks to all the mums and dads who came into school last week to hear about our learning in Key Stage 1. The children loved sharing their learning and their books with you.  🙂

Mrs Taylor

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Did you know?

‘Each time you have a new thought or memory, a new brain connection is made between two or more brain cells.’

 

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‘Your brain is 73% water. It takes only 2% dehydration to affect your attention, memory and other cognitive skills, so keep hydrated!’

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Pizza Making in Key Stage 1

We enjoyed making pizzas this week! Our new IPC topic is called We Are What We Eat. We made the pizzas for our Entry Point day which signifies the start of a new topic. It really got the children excited about their learning! Keep looking out for the new homework tasks that link to this topic.  We love seeing all the learning that children do at home! 🙂

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