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Message from class teacher

 Welcome to our Year One class. Mrs Reed is the Year One teacher, with support from Mrs Dunn. In Year One, we love challenges, working hard and playing hard too!

Facts about the teacher

    Mrs Reed

    • enjoys family time
    • likes all things dotty!

      Checkout our class photo gallery.

       

      Mrs Reed is the Year 1 Class Teacher and we have a full-time Teaching Assistant, Mrs Dunn.

      Children in Year 1 take part in a mix of ‘hands on’ practical learning experiences and more formal experiences.

      Our topics are ‘Ourselves’, ‘Materials’ and ‘Famous Folk’.


      Autumn Term Curriculum

       Maths

      In our Maths lessons this term we will be concentrating on the following topics:
        • Count reliably up to 20 objects
        • Count on and back in ones from any small number
        • Read and write numbers to at least 10
        • Know one more and one less than numbers to 20
        • Use +, – and  = signs
        • Simple addition and subtraction
        • Number names
        • Doubles up to double 10
        • Recognise coins and find totals up to 10p
        • Name and describe familiar 2-D and 3-D shapes (square, cube etc)

       English

      In our English lessons this term we will be concentrating on the following topics:

        Children will look at stories and rhymes with familiar settings or predictable patterns. They will read and follow instructions, write signs and make labels and lists.

        • Generate a list of rhyming words
        • Hear, read and write the beginning, middle and final sounds in simple words
        • Write simple words by hearing the sounds and writing the correct letter
        • Write captions and simple sentences
        • Recognise and start to use full-stops and capital letters
        • Continue to practise forming lower case letters correctly.

         Topics

         

        Ourselves: 

        Children will celebrate being in Year One! They will look at similarities and differences between themselves and others and will think about what they are good at and why. In science we will think about how our senses are used to help us and will consider how people who are blind and deaf might be affected. On the run up to Christmas, children will think about the religious significance behind this festival.


         

        Homework

          Monday – Reading book

          Tuesday – Short numeracy task and a group reading book

          Wednesday – Children will be given a short task to complete, in preparation for WOW writing on Thursday and a reading book

          Thursday – Short phonics activity (to begin preparing children for the phonics test in June 2019) and a reading book

          Friday – Reading book 

        Things to remember

          PE Kit – Monday and  Thursday (no ear-rings please)

          Reading book – Every day

         

        What is happening

         

        September 25th – After school clubs begin

        October 2nd – Harvest Festival

        October 11th-17th – Travelling Book Fair

        October 16th & 17th – Parents’ Evenings

        October 19th – Break up for half term

        October 29th – Return to school

        December 5th – Gymnastics Festival

        December 6th – Nasal Flu

        December 11th – Nativity (9.30)

        December 12th – Nativity (2.15)

        December 14th – Hardwick Park Christmas trip

        December 18th – Sleeping Beauty Pantomime (am)

        December 18th – Christmas Party! (pm)

        December 21st – Break up

        January 7th – Return to school