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Welcome to Year 1

Here you will find updated curriculum newsletters, key recall facts to learn, home learning information, long term planning and photographs of all the exciting things we have been doing in Year 1.

Scroll down to see what we have been learning!

 

Alone we are smart, Together we are beautiful!

Things to remember

Monday - Home Learning, Minion Stu

Tuesday - 

Wednesday- Forest School Kit 

Thursday- PE kit 

Friday - Library Books 

Year 1 Phonics support 

As you are aware, your child will take part in a phonics screening test in June. 

Below is how you can support them. 

Please ask if you would like support with this. 

Thanks 

Miss Wright 

How can you support your child at home with their phonics?

  1. Read as much as possible with your child at home
  2. Play games on phonics play and other websites
  3. learn sounds and words from spelling map, given at the start of the school year

 3. Investigate some of the phonics links given below

Useful Links

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ParentsMenu.htm


Here you will find lots of information for parents about phonics including: what exactly phonics is, how it is taught in UK schools and suggestions for helping pre-schoolers prepare for learning phonics. You will also find lots of games and ideas to explore with children at home.

 

http://jollylearning.co.uk/parent-teacher-guide


The Parent/Teacher Guide provides background information on the Jolly Phonics programme and also suggests products that would be suitable for use in the home.

 

http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk 
Oxford Owl is a free website built to support you with your child’s learning.  You’ll find age-specific reading and maths tips and activities, eBooks, and lots of fun ideas to really bring your child’s learning to life.  You will also find support and advice on a range of questions you may have – including helping your child with their phonics, motivating boys to read and ensuring your child is doing their best in maths.

Summer 1 - T4W - Goldilocks and The Three Bears

Over the next 2 weeks we will be looking at a traditional story Goldilocks and The Three Bears. We will be; reciting the story, writing the story and then innovating the story.  Please can you ensure your child knows the story map. 

 

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'Ninja' Training with Bounce Back

Our Chicks :) - Spring and New life Topic

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They are hatching!! How exciting!

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Year 1 are very excited as on Wednesday 14th March our first 3 chicks have hatched! 3 more to go :)

Spring 2 - Author Study - Julia Donaldson

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In Spring 2 we are going to be looking at the Author Julia Donaldson. Our Focus book is going to be Room on the Broom. Watch this space for out new T4W map! 

Room on the Broom - Talk for Writing

 

 

 

Talk for Writing- Spring 1 and 2 

 

Making our Puppets in the creative area for our story writing.....

Talk for Writing Story Spring 1 - Pinocchio

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Talk for Writing Story SUPERTATO Autumn 2 - Dec 2017

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For our DT project we have been designing and making YUMMY Jam sandwiches!

Our Focus Poem for Autumn 2 

BONES 

 

Last Thursday,
A bone thief,
Entered my home,
Came to my room,
And stole my arm’s bone...
“Give me my bone back!”
I screamed at the thief,
"I need my arm's bone,
Like a branch,
Needs a leaf!
leaf
I use all my bones,
To keep me alive!
I need 206!
Not 205!
Give me my bone,
It’s calcium rich,
When I've got a big ball game,
I need bones to pitch!
Supporting my body,
Protecting inside,
Where heart, kidneys, lungs,
Where organs reside!
Give me my bone back!"
I yelled at the thief,
And finally he gave it,
What a relief…
He gave me my bone back,
And left without harm,
Now all the right bones,
ulna
Are in my right arm...

 

Safety Week

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Our New Autumn 2 Talk for Writing Book

 

 

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French Friday!

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Our focus book for Autumn 1  is 'The Way Back Home' 

Please learn the story map and the story with your child!

Rockets!

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Talk for baking

On a Thursday and a Wednesday for 6 weeks one group will be working with Mrs Andrew and Mrs Kelley in an intervention called talk for baking. They will learn how to make either cakes, biscuits, pizzas, pancakes. They will learn a verbal script of how to make the make the dish from a visual map. They will then work on writing an instruction text in English.

Talk for writing

In KS1 we use a tool called talk for writing to provide the children with the skills they need to tell and write stories as they move up throughout the school. The children will learn to tell a story using a story map that we create together as a group. We will practise and practise telling the story until the children can confidently do it on their own. They will then write up there story and innovate using sticky notes to change and add to their story.

Schema

Schemas, or patterns of play, are seen in many children as they are exploring their world and trying to find out how things work. We plan sessions that take into account the children's schema's to ensure the session is tailored to their learning needs.

 

 

Curriculum Newsletter

Home learning & Key Recall Facts

Long Term Planning

Useful Websites