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1K - Miss Kelly - supported by Mrs Netherton 

1R - Miss Rayton - supported by Mrs Hillyard, Mrs Netherton, Mrs Raybould & Ms Ferdinando

1P - Miss Pierce - supported by Mrs Tamcken, Mrs Anderson & Miss Gorman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 1

Autumn Term 2018

Year 1 is a very important and exciting year for our children when they move from the Foundation Stage into Key Stage 1. We continue to build upon the progress the children have made during their Reception year and to encourage greater independence in subtle ways. We ask our parents to leave their children at the classroom door to give them responsibility for getting ready each morning. We recognise that it is sometimes more difficult for our parents than it is for our children!

We will be busy settling into our new classrooms and routines. The focus for our PSHE lessons will be on new beginnings and changes. The children will have the opportunity to talk about settling into Year 1, voicing their worries and excitement. They will help to set up their own classroom rules to support with creating a fun and fair learning environment. We will also look at relationships with our friends and family and kindness and anti-bullying.

 Our theme this term will be a fairy tale of 'Once Upon a Time'. The children will receive a letter from The Three Little Pigs, asking them to build a new house. They will be making masks and puppets of the characters to act out the stories in the home corner. We will also undertake an investigation about which material would be best for building a house and create a fair test to find out. We will talk about where we live and compare our own houses. Underpinning this theme will be the big idea of 'wonder'. The work we undertake and produce will link to this big idea and at the end of the topic we will also have a WOW day, where the children can make gingerbread men, make shields and swords or tiaras and wands, and create their own story book.

During our English lessons we will be looking at Talk 4 Writing to learn a variety of fairy tales through pictorial representations and actions. We will be looking at the features of a journey/quest story based on the Three Little Pigs as well as a warning story of Little Red Riding Hood.During the Autumn term, we will also focus on learning some poetry, writing a persuasive piece of work and instructions. During our English basic skills lessons, we will focus on handwriting and spelling. letters and Sounds will be taught daily throughout Year 1 and we will use every opportunity to practise applying the sounds we know into our writing. We will be practising our reading skills 1:1 with a teacher or a TA and focus on segmenting and blending sounds together to read words. We will also be practising reading high frequency words by sight in order to become more fluent readers.

Our daily Maths lessons will be based upon layered target steps. Targets this term will include place value, rapid recall of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, formal written methods of addition and subtraction and 2D and 3D shapes. Our maths basic skills lessons will focus on reading and writing numbers to 20, counting forwards and backwards to 100 and one more/less.

Our PE lessons will focus this term on moving and handling a ball which will lead onto team games. In gymnastics, we will be practising different ways of moving and rolling which we will then put into a sequence to perform to the class.

In computing, we will use Discovery Education for the children to explore how to create their own codes. They will learn how to make objects move in different directions and disappear. We will also be creating our own fairy tale pictures using the tools and techniques on TUX Paint.

Mrs Powell will be teaching Music, where we will learn new songs and how to play tuned instruments. We will be using Charanga where you can log in and practise at home!

GALLERIES

Y1 Assembly to Parents - Summer 2018 (36 images)

The children performed a selection of stories, songs and poems they had learnt through the year.

Created: 16 Jul 18 10:18 | Last modified: 16 Jul 18 10:23

Y1 Sports Day Practice 2018 (13 images)

Y1 children had the chance to practice their sports day skills before the big day!

Created: 20 Jun 18 12:29 | Last modified: 20 Jun 18 12:32

Y1 Fun in Forest School - February 2018 (12 images)

Y1 children spent some time in Forest School in the sunshine

Created: 20 Feb 18 11:51 | Last modified: 20 Feb 18 11:52

Acting out the Little Red Hen - 1P (8 images)

1P have been reading the story of the Little Red Hen and then having fun acting it out.

Created: 28 Nov 17 08:22 | Last modified: 28 Nov 17 08:26

HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK

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WEB-LINKS

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SET DATE DUE DATE
Where are you going story map 13/9/18 18/9/18

LETTERS & DOCUMENTS

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