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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1!


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

Updated general Information .

Reading books will be changed when you have signed your child's reading journal. Please send books in daily.
Homework journals  need to be handed in on Mondays as they will be checked and a total of points earned will be recorded.



Please continue to encourage your child's independence and leave them to come in to the classrooms on their own.


Children will have Gymnastics on a Tuesday and Ball Games on a Friday. Please can you provide  a suitable indoor kit  for your child?no The PE kit can be left in school.



Children in Year One will  bring home spelling sheets. They will need to practise their spellings. Please encourage your child to learn his/her spellings in their home work books. They will be tested on a Friday!



Water bottles and snacks.
Children can bring their own water bottles into school to help keep them hydrated throughout the day. Children can get a snack from the Year One snack table throughout the day.

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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Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!

Topic: Rio-De-Vida

During this exciting topic children will be learning about Carnival Music, percussion, head dresses and Carnival Masks. There will be links within their learning to English where children will be exploring poetry, information texts, instructions and writing postcards. Children will be creating digital animations on our fantastic selection of laptops and they will be making Carnival instruments, flags and recipes in D and T. During Geography, the children will use globes and maps to locate countries and cities and comparing areas of the UK with Rio! 


To launch this thrilling Topic, the children will be taking part in a Samba Drumming workshop on Thursday 16th January.....................we cannot wait!

Spring Work Outlines.