Year 1

Mrs K Richardson
Teacher
Mrs K Richardson
PSHE Leader
Mrs E Carter
Teaching Assistant
Mrs E Carter

Year 1 Curriculum Project

Year 1 Project - School Days

In the School Days project, your child will have the opportunity to take part in a traditional Victorian class and will learn about the differences between schooling in the Victorian era and schooling today. They will learn about objects found in a Victorian classroom and how they were used. They will research Samuel Wilderspin, an important figure in the development of schooling for young children in the Victorian era, whose ideals are reflected in schooling today. They will learn to describe the passage of time through study of past, present and future tense vocabulary.

Memorable Experience - Our school's history

Innovate Challenge - Planning an assembly

Geography - Fieldwork; Human and physical features; Maps; Local environment; changes over time

History - Historical vocabulary; Historical artefacts; Timelines; Present day schools; Our School; Victorian era; Victorian schools; Significant people - Samuel WilderspinComputing - Searching the web; Algorithms; Logical reasoning; Programming; Common uses of information technology

Science Investigations - How does it feel? What keeps us dry?

Year 1 Key Information

 

 

In Year 1 PE lessons are timetabled for Wednesday and Friday every week.

Reading books are changed every Monday and Friday.

Spelling tests take place on a Friday every week. 

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English                           

W/B: 14.6.21

This week we will be...

  • Writing sentences to convey our own ideas. 
  • Joining clauses using 'and'.
  • Punctuating sentences using ? and !

Maths                             

W/B: 14.6.21

This week we will be...

  • Continuing to read, write and interpret additive equations.

Additional Information

During our PSHE sessions next week, we will be learning all about how we have changed!
If possible, we would like each child to bring a baby photo to school by Tuesday 15th June, for use in one of our lessons. 
Please put your child's name on the back of the photo, just incase they get a little muddled! 
Thank you in advance 🙂.

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This week's homework is;

  • To read for at least 10 minutes everyday to an adult.
  • To learn your 6 spellings (in reading records) ready for the test on Friday.
  • To make at least 3 progressions on Maths Whizz (log ins are at the front of reading records)

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