Wow! The Year 1 teachers have been blown away by your superstar work this week! What a brilliant start to this half term. Keep it up!
Week 2 of home learning and you are knocking our socks off with your super work! The grown ups in year 1 have been so impressed with everyones learning this week. Keep up all your hard work!
Welcome back Year 1!
We hope you all had a lovely October half term break and we look forward to lots of learning this half term.
Our topic this half term is 'Earth and beyond'. We would love to see any of your home learning linked to this topic, be creative! Our talk for writing story this half term is 'Man on the moon' and we look forward to retelling this story with actions over the next few weeks.
Our Class Story this half term is ‘The Three Little Pigs’. Can you retell the story with a grown up at home? Can you tell them your favourite part of the story?
We have had a fantastic few days settling into Year 1! It's great to be back in school where we can play and learn with our friends again and we have had lots of fun exploring our new classroom! The adults in Year 1 have been very impressed with our phonics, got to job work and tidying up skills!!
Miss Yule and Mrs Armstrong would like to welcome all the new Badgers to what we are sure will be a brilliant year
Don't forget to write your names in all clothing.
PE will be done in school uniform due to current circumstances; if tights are worn please pack a pair of shorts that can be worn under skirts/dresses during PE lessons.
Guided reading takes place every day and so please remember your book bags.
If you want to read at home you can also read lots of books online at:
In Autumn 1 we will be learning our numbers up to 20, focusing on addition and subtraction. The children will be exploring maths games on Activelearn and Top marks which can be played at home at:
Things to help prepare for your first week back...
- Share a book with a grown up
- Talk about some of the things you are looking forward to about being back in school
- Practise writing your first and second name
- Practise counting objects up to 20, can you write your numbers too?
- Draw a picture of something special you have done in the summer holidays and write a sentence to match it