Welcome to Class 1
We are stars, watch us shine!
PHONICS MEETING THIS HALF TERM - PLEASE SEE NEWSLETTER FOR DETAILS.
What a fantastic summer term we had together so far. You are all working really hard to become more independent in your work so keep it up!
Please log on to Mathletics and Word Mania to play literacy and numeracy games to keep working on your skills. Remember the more you play the more house points you will earn!
Remember the weather is getting warmer, please remember your sun hats.
Our Learning Journey so far...
Below are some helpful websites to support your child's learning:
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Welcome to the Class 1 page.
Here you will find all the information you need about what happens in Class 1 over this academic year.
It is updated half termly and after anything exciting like educational visits or great learning in class - so keep your eyes peeled.
Important information below about phonics, spellings, homework and our topics.
Thanks for your continued support as always
Spellings and Homework
Homework will be set on Friday.
Spellings will be set on Friday.
Spelling tests will be on a Friday morning.
Both homework and spellings are due on Friday, however homework can be handed in as soon as it is completed.
On your child's spelling sheet we will give you their score and highlight the spellings they need to keep practicing at home.
Phonics is a key part of the year 1 timetable and is a daily session.
We will focus on phases 3 and 4 to begin with and move on to phase 5 during the Spring Term.
All children in Year 1 will take a phonics screening test in June. This is standard test which takes place one to one and is made up of 40 words. 20 real words and 20 nonsense (pseudo) words. It is looking at how the children are able to segment and blend confidently.
Over the year the children will work on their phonics in class, one to one or at home for homework.
This screening is nothing to be worried about and the children will be fully prepared as we are able to use our phonics sessions to practice the skills required for the screening.
So what can I do to help?
Listen to your child read as often as you can.
Use the websites to practice numbers and sounds.
Support your child with their homework and spellings.
Practice spellings everyday.
Remember in Class 1
We are stars, watch us shine!
Our Topics for Summer Term
Literacy: The Lighthouse Keeper stories
Numeracy: Addition and subtraction, money, shapes, sequences
Science: Light and shadow
Computing: Filming (puppet shows)
R.E: Belonging (disciples)
Art/D.T: Collages/colour wheels
P.E: We follow the REAL P.E. scheme which covers the fundamental movement skills: agility, balance and co-ordination
History/Geography: Beaches, villages, cities and towns
Music: Music Express
French: What do you like to do?
P.S.H.E: Going for goals
You can find a full overview of the year under the curriculum tab.
The school follows the National Curriculum 2014.
Please ask your child's teacher if you require any information.