1A - Miss Harper and Mrs Bi
1B - Miss Hook and Miss Price
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Collect and Return
Home learning packs are to be collected and returned every Monday between 12 and 3 p.m. at your child's class door.
All reading books will now be assigned online. You will all receive your own login to the Big Cat e-library. Once logged in, you will see the book your teacher has assigned to you. Each book comes with a short video to help you pronounce the graphemes you will incur correctly. If you need help please contact us or follow the user guide.
The Year 1 team would like to wish you all a very happy New Year. We hope you all had a wonderful and safe Christmas break with your families. We are very sad about having to spend some time apart from you. Stay safe at home with your families. Try your hardest with the home learning we have provided to keep up the great progress you have already made in Year One!
Please share the following online stories with your children to help them understand COVID-19, support their well-being during this time and help them feel positive.
The Year 1 team are excited to welcome back all of our pupils to the classroom. We have lots of exciting learning planned for the autumn term and we can't wait to get started!
This term our theme is 'Carnival of Animals'. Please find our curriculum overview and knowledge overviews below.
Year 1 have enjoyed learning the story of Handa's Surprise.
We have role played the story and enjoyed pretending to be the different characters.
We have been learning about adjectives and have created word banks to help us develop our writing. We even tasted the fruit from the story to help us improve our descriptions.
In geography, we have been learning to identify the seven continents and the five oceans. We can identify the animals that are native to each continent and ocean.
In history, we have been learning about fossils and the life of Mary Anning. We have some young paleontologists in the making!
We have been observing seasonal changes this autumn. What have you brought in for our nature table?