Year 1

Year 1 Local Walk

15 October 2019 Written by

Today Year 1 have been on an adventure!

Year 1 are on FIRE!

09 October 2019 Written by

Today we have had some special visitors from the Avon Fire and Rescue service.

Nurse Visits Year 1

02 October 2019 Written by

Year 1 had a special visitor today.

Police Officers Visit Year 1

07 November 2018 Written by

On Tuesday 6th November, Year 1 had some very special visitors as part of their new enquiry: Who Helps Who?

Read on to find out more and look at our pictures.

Year 1 'Hat' Walk

25 October 2018 Written by

Yesterday Year 1 hosted a fantastic 'Hat' Walk. This was a chance to show off all of the hard work that they had done over the last few weeks in their enquiry and english lessons. Everyone had a wonderful time and the teachers were very proud of the children and their hard work. Thank you to all the parents who came to watch and look at our work.

Black History Week in Year 1

22 October 2018 Written by

Check out what we have been learning for Black History Week.

September Fete!

11 September 2018 Written by

Year 1 make pizza faces for our fete! 


Sharing our writing

04 May 2018 Written by

Year 3 Woodpecker came to share thier alien stories with the Year 1 children.

Year 1 performace 'The Litter Muncher.'

16 March 2018 Written by

Year 1 enjoyed celebrating World Book Day- March 2018

09 March 2018 Written by

On Thursday 22nd February 2018 Year 1 went to Bristol Zoo Gardens to learn about plants and animals.

23 February 2018 Written by

If you leave the tap running while cleaning your teeth for 2 minutes, do you know how much water you will waste? Read on to find out more...

30 January 2018 Written by

If you leave the tap running while cleaning your teeth for 2 minutes, do you know how much water you will waste? Read on to find out more...


Learning about how to save energy and renewable energy sources is part of the curriculum in Primary Schools. As a company who installs and maintains equipment that rely on energy to run, we are very aware of the effect this energy usage can have on the environment and keep up to date with how we can preserve energy wherever possible.

We recently teamed up with Mitsubishi Electric to run a programme called the Learning Curve to a group of Year 1 pupils teaching them how simple actions can save lots of energy.

The School

JCW has worked for Bristol City Council since 2004 providing maintenance services to their air conditioning systems within a large proportion of their portfolio of Civic buildings. We chose to run the Learning Curve programme with one of their schools - Hannah More Primary where their children were taught about the Super Sun, Whooshing Wind and Wonderful Water, all the essential renewable energy sources, all very powerful.

The Lesson

The team from Mistubishi Electric took the children through the story of how magical and powerful the Super Sun is and why it has started to feel unwell. The team showed the children ways they could help it feel better by just doing a couple of things to not waste energy.

First of all the children pledged to not leave their bedroom lights on when they weren't using it and then they conducted an experiment to find out how much water is wasted when they leave the tap running while brushing their teeth.

The results were quite eye opening with nearly 10 litres wasted per child, every time they brushed. They all pledged to turn the tap off from now on so they could all help the Super Sun feel better.

Finally the children were shown examples of how powerful the renewable energy sources really are with the sun being able to fry an egg, water having the strength to move cars and how the wind can blow over huge trees. Just think how much energy we can gain by utilising such power...

Consumers of Tomorrow

We would like to extend a big thank you to Hannah More Primary School for supporting this event and allowing us the opportunity to teach their pupils how important it is not to waste energy resources.

We at JCW are also very proud to say that, with the support of Mitsubishi Electric, we are actively considering the environment by educating the consumers of tomorrow to be me more savvy when it comes to the future of renewable energy.

On Wednesday 24th January we took part in an Energy Saving Workshop. This was run by Mitsubishi and JCW Energy Services. We enjoyed finding out about different ways we could save energy at home and at school.

24 January 2018 Written by

Year 1 enjoyed taking part in a workshop all about animal food chains.

22 January 2018 Written by

Year 1 Fire Safety Talk

29 November 2017 Written by

Year 1 enjoyed visiting the Showcase De Lux, where we watched a 3D movie as a class treat.

23 November 2017 Written by

Year 1 had lots of fun at Playspace- we took part in the Play for Life Challenge

23 November 2017 Written by

Year 1 Black History Week Performance

12 October 2017 Written by

Year 1 enjoyed a class treat- a trip to Dings Park

12 October 2017 Written by

We enjoyed visiting Andalusia Academy. We were learning about Ramadan.

15 June 2017 Written by
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