We love to learn in year 1! We encourage the children to develop their independence and learn to be a good learner. To help their transition from the Foundation Stage, the children support their learning in the provision areas of the classroom. They also complete daily adult led teaching activities to ensure they receive a broad and balanced curriculum. This page contains useful information about our exciting curriculum and showcases our learning journey.
Our year one teachers are:
Elm – Mrs Blaby
Willow – Mrs Wallace
Our teaching assistants are Mrs Hunt and Mrs Elkington.
Monday – Reading books changed
Tuesday – PE
Wednesday – Music (Mrs Pedley) / RE ( Mrs Gray) / French ( Madame Brown) / PE (Mr Gibson)
Friday – Celebration assembly / Library / ICT
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.
What birds and plants would Little Red Riding Hood find in the park?
The children will:
Have you filled a bucket today?
Abbey House Museum
Remembrance Day art
Menston Book Day
Our chairs decided to quit!
We had to write a letter to our chairs to ask them to come back!
As the Beast from the East arrived, we went to Tropical World.
We also learnt about how meerkats have adapted to the habitat they live in.
We sorted animals in to groups by what they eat.
We even designed our own minibeast.
We enjoyed our visit to St John's Church. We listened to the Easter story and we decorated a cross.
Linked to our Igniting Writing work on Florence Nightingale we made lanterns.
Cricket with Tom from Chance to Shine.
Joe Wicks body workout during wet weather break.
DT - Moving Vehicles. A new tractor for Grannie Island.
Reading our Katie Morag stories to the Foundation children.