Welcome to Year 1's 
Class Page
Year One Curriculum Overview
Click on the link above to find out what we are covering this year!
Teacher: Mrs Aitkenhead
Teaching Assistants: Karen, Joyce and Rosemary
Thought for the moment:

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” 
                                                                                        
                                                                                                       George R.R. Martin.



English

This term we are exploring the book;

Sidney, Stella and the Moon
Author: .






Science

Our science topic this term is 
Everyday Materials.



What materials can you find around you?






Teacher's Top Tips

Tip One:
Read every day, your stage book or a book from home. Talk about what you've read, look at the pictures, predict what might happen and think about how the characters in the story feel.

Tip Two: 
Talk every day about what you did at school and what was your favourite part of the day.

Tip Three: 
Follow instructions well and listen to the adult taking care of you - they want you to be happy and safe!  



Useful Notices:   
  • Homework is given on Wednesday and due in Monday.
  • Spelling Tests are on Wednesday.
  • P.E kits should be in school Monday and taken home Friday.
  • Reading books and reading records need to be in school every day.
  • Service is on Tuesday morning and begins at 9:40am. You are welcome to enjoy tea and coffee in the library from 9am. Check the weekly newsletter to find out when Year One will be leading our worship.


Maths 

In Year One we have been practising counting up to 50 and back down again. We have been finding one more and one less than a number too.

What is one more than 39?

What is one less than  44?



RE

We are currently learning about light.














Phonics


We are currently revising the Phase 4 sounds in class.

We love playing 'Buried Treasure' where we sort real and fake words!




Useful website for Year One parents and carers:
Click the links for games and resources