Haytor View

Community Primary School & Nursery

Learning together ~ enjoying success ~ aiming high ~ celebrating difference ~ enriching community

Haytor View

Community Primary School & Nursery

Learning together ~ enjoying success ~ aiming high ~ celebrating difference ~ enriching community

In the moment learning opportunities.

Sometimes, something happens which is just to good an opportunity to miss. Following it up means taking risks, abandoning plans and thinking on your feet, but this is always where and when the best learning happens. One of the mums came in today with a butterfly farm...

It is so good to be able to assemble again!

We have missed being together! The children in year 1 and year 2 assembled today to think and share ideas around our whole school focus of ‘Making ourschool community a better place.’ We talked about the word assembly and what it means (Avengers Assemble...

KS1 Collaborative Project

As a part of our year 1 transition, the year 1s have been joining forces with the year 2s to create their own number bond teaching games. The year 1s have found out more about what it’s like being a year 2 and asked questions to their year 2 team. KS1 have also come...

Houses Throughout History

In our history learning, the year 1s have been exploring how houses have changed throughout history. We started 2000 years ago in the Iron Age looking at how homes were made without windows using mud straw and wood. The children were surprised to find out that...

Medicine making…

Last half term, the children loved reading the book “George’s Marvellous Medicine” and were inspired to create their own medicines and potions. To start with some of the class used different items from our outdoor area such as, grass, mud, leaves,...

Water writing fun in the sun!

The sun is out and it is certainly feeling like summer! In Year 1, we have been enjoying taking our writing outside using the water and paintbrushes. We have used the tiles as phoneme frames (one sound in each square) and the had a go at writing our words. You have to...