Welcome to our class page! There are twenty children in Year One and two adults in our class. Our class teacher is Miss Trayte and our teaching assistant is Miss Wescott.
Our topic this summer term will be ‘Africa’, where the children will learn about different animals and the habitats that they live in. It is an exciting and interesting topic which I have no doubt all the children will enjoy engaging with. We have many fun and stimulating lessons and activities planned for the coming term. There are lots of writing opportunities for the children within this topic, and I hope the children will develop their love for Literacy in all aspects throughout this term. I am very looking forward to the first week where we are going to the zoo to immerse the children in a safari environment.
Please visit our page regularly to see what we are up to!
Our Christian value this term is 'Friendship'.
Our PE lessons this term are on Thursday mornings. This term PE will be indoor and outdoor so please ensure trainers are in school at all times.
Everyday the children participate in outdoor learning where they have the opportunity to discover, experiment, learn about and connect to the natural world, as well as engage in a variety of outdoor and adventure activities. We recommend that the children keep a pair of wellies (or old trainers) at school to enable us to take full advantage of our outside environment. Also the children are more than welcome to keep a spare set of clothes in school incase they become muddy or wet whilst having fun with the capacity activities in the water tray, playing with the mud kitchen or building a bug hotel!
Tuesday 23rd April - School Starts/Immersion Day
Wednesday 24th April - School Trip @ Marwell Zoo
Thursday 25th April - Jungle Fever Day/Hero in School Day
Monday 6th May - Bank Holiday
Tuesday 7th May & Wednesday 8th May - Parents Evening 5-7:30pm
Monday 27th May-Friday 2nd June - Half-Term
Star of the Week:
William and Winney (4/4)
Core Subject Information for 23.4.19
Below you will find a description of what the children will be learning in the core subjects this week:
We are continuing to look at height, length, weight and volume this week. We will be comparing the properties of different objects and writing mathematical sentences to compare and sort them. We are hoping to get outside and take advantage of the weather and look at real life objects.
We are going to be writing a recount of our trip to Marwell Zoo. We will be exploring what makes up a recount and how we can make our writing as exciting as possible.
We are going to be recapping all of our set 2 and 3 sounds. We have now learned all of our sounds. We are especially focusing on split 'e' sounds and trigraphs.
If your child reads at least four times a week for ten weeks throughout the term then they will receive a reading badge at the end of term, which they can proudly wear on their uniform.
We are reading a class book at the moment, this is really promoting discussion about the themes within the book.
Also each time your child reads Miss Trayte will award them with 2 dojos!
Please make sure you write in your child's partnership diary each time they read so Miss Trayte and Miss Wescott can see that they have read.
Homework will be sent out on a Monday. This will contain a Maths and Spelling unit. The Maths work will need to be completed by the following Monday in order for it to be marked and sent out again the next week. Feedback regarding this homework will be given directly to the child verbally and anything that needs to be revised will be incorporated into the daily Maths work in the morning. The Spelling unit needs to be completed in order for the children to be tested on Friday.
This week's spellings are ():
There are no spellings this week (23/4).
You may find that there will be similar/the same words within the spelling unit sent home weekly, this is to help the children to really learn the sounds included in the words and identifying them in different contexts.
Following a discussion, I just wanted to clarify that your child will get the spelling correct if they spell the word with or without a capital letter.
Thank you for your support with the homework.
Book Review (March):
Book Title: Don’t Read This Book
Author: Jill Lewis
What is the book about?
(Taylor): The Princess and the Pea.
(Beth): Different fairytales mixing.
Who's your favourite character?
(Simrah): The wolf because he is funny.
(Finnley): The King because he is clever.
What's your favourite part of the book?
(Amaya): The ending because Miss Trayte reads it very quickly and it makes us laugh.
(Liliana): When the King says ‘Go away, it’s your bedtime.’
How many stars would you give the book out of 5?
(Seren): Five out of five because I think the book is funny.
(Taylor): Five out of five because it’s a silly book.
By Taylor, Beth, Simrah, Finnley, Amaya, Liliana and Seren.
Please find attached the curriculum information for Year One below. For further information please contact Miss Trayte.
Here is a list of different websites which your child can visit if they wish to complete some extra practise at home in either maths, times tables, literacy or phonics. To follow a link, copy and paste it into the search bar.
Counting, matching and ordering 1- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-cunt/ladybird-spots
Counting, matching and ordering 2- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/gingerbread-man-game
Higher or lower- http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=HigherAndLower
Number ordering- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/number_ordering/play/
Number sequences- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/number_sequences/play/
Joining words- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/joining_words/play/
Making sentences- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/making_sentences/play/
Rhyming words- http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy/rhyming_words/play/