with Class Teacher - Miss Burne and Miss Angliss
Learning Support Assistant -
The Virtues and Values for this half term are curious and active.
Year 1's class saint is St. Andrew. He is the patron saint of Scotland. As a class we constantly think about how we can be kind to others and spread God's love the way that he did.
REThis term we are learning about Easter and Pentecost.
Children in Year 1 will know the Easter Story and be able to explain why Easter is a special time when we are happy. Later on, we will be exploring the Pentecost and remembering the gift of the Holy Spirit.
During Year 1 we will focus on these prayers. Please support your child to prayer them at home
In Summer 1, our curriculum is about
Rio De Vida.
Dancing feet, step to the samba beat. Shake it, shimmy, hands in the air, wave your flags in the cool night air. Come join the party down in Rio, keeping the rhythm with your party shaker. Bright colours, patterns and feathers. Can you make a headdress or party mask? Meet magical creatures from Brazil’s myths and legends and create your own too. Be as fancy as you like. Let’s get down to Rio where football is king, and practise our skills on golden beaches. Now we need to plan a celebration with fabulous music and song. Let’s invite parents and friends to come along. Bem-vindo ao Brasil os meus amigos.
Exploring Seasonal Change – Year 1 will learn how to observe changes across the 4 seasons and observe and describe weather associated with the seasons and how day length varies.
This half term Year 1 have already really enjoyed World Book Day. We all dressed up, listened to a story for a real life author, read with Year 6 and wrote about our favourite story book characters. It was very much enjoyed by all!
We love seeing your home-learning...this term you have a choice of what you can do and we would love to see as many as possible! Everyone that completes a piece of home-learning will receive a certificate and a chance for Mrs Clarke to show it off in Assembly. Here is this half-term's home learning projects.
* Named water bottles
* Named coats and jumpers/cardigans
*Reading book and reading record book to be brought in everyday.
*PE on a Wednesday - children wear PE uniform to school.
Home reading will contribute and support your child with their ability to read, and will develop fluency and expression. Evidence of reading three times a week or more in your child’s reading diary, will earn your child a sticker on our reading chart! Your child's phonic teacher, as well as Miss Burne will be checking reading record books on a weekly basis.
English and Maths homework books are given out on a Friday and need to be returned on the following Thursday with the dated pages in both books completed.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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