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Welcome to Year 1
Year 1 teacher: Mrs Terallis (Mrs Goymer on maternity leave)
Year 1 Teaching Assistant: Mrs Bamford and Miss May
Click here to find out about what we will be learning about this term.
Homework will be given out on Friday each week and is due back by Wednesday of the following week.
Children will be given: spellings and either a phonics or maths activity to complete. If children need help with their homework could you please let us know by Monday and they can attend the homework club at lunch-time.
The spelling test will take place on a Friday afternoon and a copy of the test will be sent home on a Friday with the homework.
As with homework, book bags need to be in school every Monday as an adult will listen to children read. The book will be changed and book bags will be given back same day with the white reading record book – this needs to be completed - every time your child reads. Children to return their books the following Monday.
Children are reminded to take care and look after their reading and record books as they would a book in school! There will be a prize for the neatest book at the end of the year...
Each week children will be expected to:
▪ Practise and learn spellings
▪ Read each night
▪ Practise and learn tables (2, 5 and 10)
At the beginning of every half term a topic based project will be given out click here to see. Children (and parents) need to ‘earn’ 10 POWer Points. You can choose any of the tasks to complete and do them in any order. When children have completed a task they should bring it to school. Each half term, work will be chosen from different classes to ‘show off’ in our celebration assembly. By all means go over the 10 points.
Dates for your diary...
Thursday 25th January: Victorian Day in school.
Greek Orthodox Church
As part of Multi-faith week we visited a Greek Orthodox Church to see what it was like in there. We had a lovely time and were surprised at how beautiful the church was.
On Friday 13th October we had a toy workshop in school to support our topic about toys. The children were toy detectives and had to repair broken toys. They investigated the materials that were used for making toys and then had to make one of their own.