Year 1

Welcome to

Year 1 Goby Fish Class

Introducing our Goby Fish Class staff:

This is our classroom:

Our Year 1 reading loft

Our Year 1 classroom

Our class topics and texts

Earth's Mighty Heroes

Question for Learning (Q4L):

What makes a real-life hero?

Jaws, Paws and Claws

Question for Learning (Q4L):

Jaws, paws or claws, which are the best to have?

Lost

Question for Learning (Q4L):

Space, is anyone out there?

Jambo

Question for Learning (Q4L):

What is amazing about Africa?

Shiver Me Timbers

Question for Learning (Q4L):

What Qualities would you want from your Crew?

Goby Fish Seashore Explorer badges:

  • Read a book

  • Parachute beach ball

  • Pirate shanties

  • ‘Simon says’

  • Shell fish

  • Beach ‘it’

Examples of our learning this year:

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Goby Fish

Gobiidae is a family of bony fish in the order Gobiiformes, one of the largest fish families comprising more than 2,000 species in more than 200 genera, sometimes referred to as the "true gobies". Most of them are relatively small, typically less than 10 cm (3.9 in) in length. The Gobiidae includes some of the smallest vertebrates in the world, such as Trimmatom nanus and Pandaka pygmaea, Trimmatom nanus are under 1 cm (3⁄8 in) long when fully grown, then Pandaka pygmaea standard length are 9mm (0.35 in),maximum known standard length are 11 mm (0.43 in). Some large gobies can reach over 30 cm (0.98 ft) in length, but that is exceptional. Generally, they are benthic, or bottom-dwellers. Although few are important as food for humans, they are of great significance as prey species for commercially important fish such as cod, haddock, sea bass, and flatfish. Several gobiids are also of interest as aquarium fish, such as the dartfish of the genus Ptereleotris. Phylogenetic relationships of gobiids have been studied using molecular data.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jellyfish