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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1

1M and 1B

 

Welcome to our Year 1 page. Here you will find all of the details about our year group that you will need to know, including your child's topics, class trips and class based activities.

Mr Manning (1M)                                                   Ms Belliere (1B)

Our School Day

This is what a typical school day looks like in Year 1.

 

Our Foundation Subjects 

Art

Computing

Design Technology

History

Music

Physical Education

Religious Education

Relationships, Health Education

Science 

P.E

P.E is taught twice a week. 1M - Tuesday and Thursday and 1B - Wednesday and Thursday. Your children should keep their P.E kits in a named bag in school all week and it should include:

  • A house colour T-shirt 
  • Black shorts 
  • Black jogging bottoms 
  • Black jumper
  • Trainers/plimsoles

Please ensure that all items are named as this makes it easier to return items if they are mislaid. 

Outdoor Learning

At points during the year, your child will engage in Outdoor Learning. When your child is participating in Outdoor Learning, they will need:

  • A warm jumper
  • A waterproof coat
  • Long trousers
  • Wellies
  • Warm socks

More information will be sent regarding the dates in which your child will take part in Outdoor Learning. 

Your child will be taking part every other Thursday throughout Terms 1,3 and 5.

Term 3

1M: 4th January, 18th January and 1st February 2024

1A: 11th January, 25th January and 8th February 2024

Reading

Reading is a key skill that all children in Year 1 need to develop. In KS1 we will be focusing on building up the children's high frequency word recognition, sound blending and segmenting of words and becoming more independent fluent readers. 

Independent reading will take place throughout the week. Independent reading reinforces their phonics knowledge and adults will hear them read 1:1 regularly. This will be recorded in their reading record. We would like you to read with your child at least 3 times a week and record any comments in your child's Reading Record Book. When reading with your child, please try to ask them questions about the title of the book, the pictures and what they have read to check their comprehension. Please note, books only get changed once the book has been read twice, to help with their fluency and accuracy of reading. Reading will be checked and changed on Mondays and Thursdays. Please ensure your child comes to school with their reading record and book every day. 

Important Dates and Events

Book Week: 4th-9th March

Sports Week: 8th-12th July

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