News & Events in Year 1

Year 1 have many enjoyable activities throughout the year - we hope you enjoy taking a look at just some of their learning experiences.
  • KS1 E-Safety Workshops – Captain Digi!

    Published on Wednesday 20th June 2018

    We were delighted to welcome Steve from One Day Creative to run some e-safety sessions with us. The session focused on how to stay safe when playing games online.

  • This week's Golden Bookers!

    Published on Wednesday 13th June 2018

    Here are the amazing Year 1s and 2s that have wowed us this week!

  • Oh I do like to be beside the seaside!

    Published on Friday 8th June 2018

    Today Year 1 went back in time to visit the seaside 100 years ago!

  • Healthy Week

    Published on Monday 28th May 2018

    We have been enjoying a fantastic Healthy Week at Bourne Abbey. 

  • KS1 Sports Day

    Published on Monday 28th May 2018

    KS1 pupils at Bourne Abbey Primary Academy had ‘pots’ of fun at their allotment themed sports day on Tuesday the 22nd May.

  • Water, water everywhere!

    Published on Sunday 6th May 2018

    Over the last 3 weeks as part of our journey towards our Eco Schools Green Flag award, children in years 1, 3 and 5 from Bourne Abbey and Bourne Elsea Park C of E Primary academies have taken part in workshops with Rachel and Richard from Anglian Water. 

  • Have you spotted the signs of Spring?

    Published on Sunday 6th May 2018

    Year 1 have been investigating the coming of Spring and the signs we can see around school.

  • Who's the bravest?

    Published on Saturday 24th March 2018
    Year 1s have been investigating the adventures of Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong to find out who they think is the greatest.
  • Year One's trip to the moon

    Published on Wednesday 14th March 2018

    Year One went on extraordinary expedition to the moon! 

  • PDSA Bronze Award at Pet Club

    Published on Tuesday 6th February 2018

    Our first term of Pet Care Club has been amazing!

     

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