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Information and Reminders

Welcome to Year 1

A Rainbow of Opportunity

'Human potential is without limit if we are motivated and engaged.' 
We believe that children should experience life in all of its fullness (John 10:10).
With a growth mindset, you can do anything.

 

I will be posting weekly news and updates on this page so please check regularly. We also have a Year 1 class blog that is updated each week with what we have been doing in school. Please read and share this with your child. 

Important Dates

Tuesday  1st September 2020 -  TED DAY

Wednesday 2nd September 2020 - TERM STARTS 

Monday 26th October - Friday 30th October 2020 - HALF TERM

Monday 2nd November 2020 - TED DAY

Friday 18th December 2020 - TERM ENDS

 

 

Topic

Our topic is.... OCEAN ADVENTURES!

                                    

    

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Class 1 Blog

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Routines

PE will be taught every Monday afternoon. PE kits are no longer required to be kept in school, please can children come to school wearing their PE kit on Mondays, they will wear them throughout the day.

Forest School will be take place every Tuesday and Thursday morning.  We ask children to wear their school jumper/top with jogging bottoms for the day, as well as trainers. Children can come to school wearing waterproofs ready for the session, but please can they bring wellies in a separate bag for them to change into. They will also need a named bag to put their dirty waterproofs in to take home each day.

Celebration Assembly

Our Gold award is given to children who have been recognised for their effort and positive mindset.

Our Platinum award recognises children who display Christian values every day.

Details about how we will deliver Celebration Assembly will be given in the coming weeks.

Gold - Who will it be?

Platinum - Who will it be?

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Home Learning

A letter with more details will be handed out when homework begins.

Reading: The children should be reading at home 10 minutes every night. Please record when your child has read in their reading diary and team points will be awarded for reading 5 times a week. They could read their Guided Reading book, a home reader or a book from home. The key is to read little and often. Please question your child when reading to develop their comprehension skills.

Details about Phonics and Maths home learning will be sent out in the coming weeks.