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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1!


The 1P class teacher is Miss Richards and the 1G class teacher is Mrs Sohal.. The teaching assistants working in Year One are Miss Burden, Mrs Patterson and Mrs Ferguene.

Updated general Information .

Reading books will be changed on a Monday and Friday, please make sure they are signed.

Homework journals  need to be handed in on Mondays as they will be checked and a total of points earned will be recorded.

 Children will have Swimming on a Monday and Rounders on a Wednesday. Please can you provide a suitable outdoor kit for your child?no



Children in Year One will  bring home spelling sheets. They will need to practise their spellings and write sentences containing the words listed. Please encourage your child to learn his/her spellings in their home work books. They will be tested on a Wednesday and Thursday!

Children can bring their own water bottles into school to help keep them hydrated throughout the day. Children will now have a morning snack at break time with Year Two. Year One are now enjoying morning playtime with the other children in KS1.

As we are encouraging your children to become more independent please leave your child at the classroom door in the morning and wait outside by the Year One gate at home time. Your child's teacher will call your child to greet you.

Please encourage your child's independence.

If you have any questions or concerns about your child in school, please ask to meet with your child's class teacher at the end of the day as mornings can be busy!

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All Around Us !

Our topic this term is called All Around Us!  The children received a letter from Hatton Country World who asked if Year One could help improve their flower beds and look after the animals at Hatton. 


The children will be learning about plants this half term, and learning the names of some common and wild flowers. The children will plant and grow their own Sun Flowers in the UK and plant other pants and vegetables in the outside area. In the second part of Summer term the children will be learning about animals including carnivores, omnivores and herbivores. 


The children will also be learning about The United ,Kingdom and looking at the foods and flowers grown in each country. They will continue to learn about capital cities and famous landmarks, but in the UK. The children will also be looking at beaches and coastal paths in the UK.


After the children have had lots of fun during this topic, they will be visiting Hatton Country World.