St Peter's Church of England Primary School

Cromwell Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS9 7SG

0113 2934411

Class 1 

Home Learning

Happy Friday Class1! Mrs Fletcher has given you lots of lovely work to do. Remember to go onto Purple Mash to leave her a message and see what other activities are waiting for you. Have a lovely weekend. I am looking forward to seeing you all next week.

Love Miss Parry xxx

Activities for Friday 6th November

Answers for Friday 6th November


Good morning Class 1. Have a great day. We are very happy with how hard most of you are working. Keep it up!

Activities for Thursday 5th November

Answers for Thursday 5th November

Answers for Thursday 5th November


Happy Wednesday Class 1. Mrs Fletcher was really pleased with how hard you were working yesterday. Remember to make sure you are doing the work that correct work each day.

Have a brilliant day!

Activities for Wednesday 4th November

Answers for Wednesday 4th November

Mrs Holliday's Assembly - enjoy it with your family


Good morning Class 1!

I hope you are all well and enjoyed the lovely activities that Mrs Fletcher gave you to do yesterday. Mrs Fletcher told me that most of you were working very hard. Well done!

Thank you to all of the parents who collected the learning packs. The rest will hopefully be sent home today. 

Remember to only do the activities Mrs Fletcher tells you to do.

She would love to hear from you on the Class 1 Blog on Purple Mash. Click on the link below to help you to log on. 

Have a lovely day. We miss you lots and will see you very soon.

Love Miss Parry

Activities for Tuesday 3rd November

Answers for Tuesday 3rd November

Activities for Monday 2nd November


Thank you                        

Important Letter for Parents

International Week

Class 1 have been learning about New Zealand as part of International week. Using a globe and a world map they have located England and New Zealand. We have also compared the seasons for the month of October in England (Autumn)  and New Zealand (Spring). They have also learnt to count to ten in Maori.

Activities for Tuesday 20th October 2020

Class 1 are going to have a practise at learning online today.

Self Portraits
Class 1 had a lovely afternoon looking at portraits. The children had to look carefully to find smaller details in the pictures. 
They have been inspired, and are all ready to start some 'self-portraits'.

Hello Class 1!

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Week 9

Activities for Friday 12th June

Activities for Thursday 11th June

Maths answers for Thursday 11th June

Activities for Wednesday 10th June

Maths Answers for Wednesday 10th June

Hand Washing for Wednesday 10th June

Activities for Tuesday 9th June

Maths answers for Tuesday 9th June

Activities for Monday 8th June

Maths answers for Monday 8th June

Abbey House Museum

What was it like living in the past? Living in a house with no electricity?
The children in Class 1 visited Abbey House Museum to learn about homes long ago. We spent the morning working hard to do the washing and cleaning.  

Fruit Salad

In D.T, Class 1 learnt about cutting food safely, using the 'bridge' and 'claw'. They peeled fruit and stirred the ingredients together to make a fresh fruit salad. The children enjoyed eating fruits they had never tasted before!

Skelton Grange Trip

Class 1 had a great trip to Skelton Grange. The children learnt about the seasons and the different signs. The day started by playing a hibernation game and then had the opportunity to explore the grounds and make some winter crafts. In the afternoon they made dens and played in the mud kitchen. The day finished with an open fire and freshly made popcorn!

Thackray Medical Museum Workshop - Teeth and Health Eating

We couldn't visit Thackray Medical Museum this year as it is closed for re-refurbishment. Instead, the museum came to us! We had a brilliant workshop on teeth and healthy eating. We learned what our different types of teeth do and started off by making a banana sandwich! We used a knife to cut the sandwich into smaller bits - this is the job of our incisor teeth at the front. Then we ripped the pieces with our fingers - this is like the job of our canine teeth (we woofed like dogs when we did this!) We then used a potato masher to squish the bits - this is like the job of our molar teeth! We put everything into a bag which we pretended was a stomach. We added some water to pretend it was saliva and then added some acids (vinegar and soap liquid) and squished it all together - it looked yucky! We saw some bubbles in the bag and we thought it was very funny like human wind!!! We also looked at some tools used a long time ago to pull teeth out! We will remember to brush our teeth twice a day!  We had a great time and learned lots!

Temple Newsam Trip

Class 1 visited Temple Newsam house to look at some amazing portraits. The children then created a portrait of a man they named Peter.They learnt some new words: background, foreground, pose and sitter. Some of the children dressed up as some of the people in the portraits, and the other children sketched them.

R.E. A Sense of Belonging
Class 1 visited Leeds Minster to learn about baptism.  The children enjoyed taking on the role of 'Parents' and 'Godparents' to Rebecca, Joshua and Ruby.
PE - Using the large apparatus.
The children have been learning how to use the large apparatus safely. They can now jump off the bench, remembering to bend their knees and hold their landing position. Next week we will be learning 'tuck' and 'star' shapes. 
A busy start to Year 1.
We have been forming lovely shaped letters in handwriting, making NUMICON number lines in Maths and sketching some self-portraits in Art.

Harlow Carr

Class 1 had a brilliant day at Harlow Carr Gardens. They used leaf identification bags to collect different types of leaves. After a picnic lunch, there was time to play in the tree house and visit the bird hide.

Fire Fighters

Class 1 had great fun learning about the Great Fire of London. They worked hard with Mr Birkinshaw to try and put the fire out, by passing buckets of water along the chain. 


Class 1 completed some fieldwork. They walked around the area surrounding school, identifying the different types of homes. 

We saw: terraced houses, high-rise flats, flats, semi-detached houses, maisonettes and a bungalow!

Looking after pets

In science, the children in class 1 have been learning about looking after pets. Miss Spinks brought her pet guinea pig to visit us. We thought he was very cute and got to stroke him and feed him. We learned that he needs food, water, shelter and lots of cuddles!

Abbey House Museum

Class 1 visited Abbey House Museum to learn about homes long ago, with no electricity. The children had to work very hard cleaning and washing. They also sorted pegs into 'new' and 'old'. 

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