Namaste! Welcome to the Year One blog.
This week at Garrick Green it has been International Week. Our focus country has been… India!
We have learnt about the geography of India and drawn and created maps.
In art we have been exploring the technique of printing.
We have been recording the weather daily and comparing Norwich to New Delhi. (Spoiler alert: It was super hot!)
We used our maths skills to measure ingredients to make naan bread. Some children asked for the recipe to be shared so here it is:
How to make an Indian naan bread
You will need:
300g plain flour (extra to dust)
¾ teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
½ teaspoon salt
1 ½ teaspoon sugar
4 tablespoon milk
4 tablespoon plain yogurt
15g melted butter (extra to brush)
Preheat oven to highest setting.
Place a baking sheet on the top shelf to heat through.
Mix together all the dry ingredients.
Make a well in the middle and add your wet ingredients with 85-90ml of water.
Bring together with your hands into a dough.
Knead quickly until smooth.
Roll out into 0.75cm thick naan breads.
Pat off excess flour.
Place onto baking sheets.
Cook for 2-4 minutes.
Brush with melted butter.
On Friday, we will be playing cricket and learning about a famous cricket player for our history lesson.
Huge thanks to Brawin’s Mummy and big sister for coming to talk to us about life in India and Sri Lanka. It was a fantastic talk and we all learnt so much.