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If you have any questions about your child's learning please don't hesitate to ask your class teacher.
Our classes are
Miss Read, Miss Dicketts and Miss Richards
Miss Stout and Miss Rush
Miss Broomfield, Mrs Marshall, Miss Anita and Miss Belinda
In Year 1 we follow the national curriculum for all the core subjects including English, Maths, Science and IT. We use the National Curriculum as a guide to inform our planning of the humanities subjects including History, Geography, Music, PE, Art, RE and DT.
If you would like to view the National Curriculum overview please click here.
We teach all of the above through focused topic work which is laid out below:
Autumn 1 - Dinosaurs
Autumn 2 - Space
Spring 1 and 2- Enchanted Forest
Summer 1 and 2- Pirates
In Year 1 all children across the country are expected to sit the Phonics Screening test. This will take place in Summer term. Throughout the year your children will be taught the sounds they need to know in order to be able to read the words on the test. For the
Here are the sounds the children will be taught:
Practise singing the Jolly Phonics songs with your children here.
Important Things to Remember:
This year we are going to read with groups of children on different days, this will effect when your child needs to bring in their reading book. Please look on your child's classroom door for this information coming next week (10th September).
Please keep practising your reading everyday at home.
PE is on Tuesdays. Please make sure your child's name is on all clothes.
Homework is due every Thursday. Your child must complete their spellings and maths homework every week and 1 item from the Homework grid every other week. Please click here to view the Homework grid for this term.
Dates For Autumn Term:
Yr 1 Curriculum Meeting - 20th September 2018 3.15pm and 6pm
Black History Week - Week beginning 15th October 2018
Jack and the Beanstalk Pantomime, Watford Theatre - 13th Dec 2018
Our Topic for this Term is Dinosaurs!!
3 brilliant questions to ask your child at the end of their school day:
What made you happy today?
What made you sad today?
What new thing did you learn today?