In Year 1, we love to learn!
Children are encouraged to develop their independence and to use Learning to Learn skills to promote a growth mindset. Pupils are taught coaching skills to deepen their knowledge and understanding.
We like to have fun whilst learning.
Keep visiting our Year 1 group page to view our exciting learning throughout the year.
Our year one teachers are:
Elm – Ms Baker
Willow – Mrs Wallace
Our teaching assistants are Mrs Hunt and Mrs Elkington.
Monday – Reading books changed, Spellings
Wednesday – Music (Mrs Pedley), PHSE ( Mrs Gray), RE ( Miss Bevan), PE (Mr Gibson)
Thursday – ICT
Friday – Celebration Assembly/ Golden Time, Library, PE
Please click this link to see our Long Term Plan
The year 1 weekly letter covers the homework for the week please follow this link to access parent information about end of year non-negotiables for English and Mathematics. Any support that you can give to your child to achieve these targets will be extremely valuable.
Please click this link to view an overview of our learning this term.
History: How have toys changed since our grandparents were young?
Science: What materials are toys made of?
Outdoor Learning - finding our class tree.
Observing and describing the leaf on a willow tree.
Exploring our new classroom!
We love our reading area!
Making buns for the juice morning.
Mixing in the chocolate!
Don't our buns look delicious!
Tables set up for our juice morning with parents.
Lots of yummy cakes.
Children and adults enjoying the juice morning.
Mini-beast hunting in the woodland area.
We loved looking for different mini-beasts
Ruth McBain explained how to hunt for mini-beasts.
It was exciting finding and identifying the mini-beasts.
The clothes on the doll were made using an old curtain!
Mrs Macro came to talk to us about old toys.
Toys from the 1950s
A typical boys toy from the 1950s
Dressing up in old clothes was fun!
We enjoyed the Old Toys workshop at Abbey House Museum.
Using a pop gun.
Exploring old toys. Most were made from wood.
Look at the washing hanging out in the street!
We liked looking in the old shops.