Year One

Welcome to Class 1

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Check every week for updates!

Class 1 Staff

Teachers-Mrs Voisey, Mrs Hard (Monday)

Teaching Partners - Mrs Rutherford ( Mrs Sedgemore Friday)

To find out a bit more about life in Year 1, please refer to the 'Meet the teacher' presentation below:

Meet the teacher 2019

Weekly Review 

 This week we have been enjoying the story of ' Rabbit and Bear, Rabbit's bad Habits' by Julian Gough and Jim Field. We have looked at the map in the story to think about who the main characters are and where does the story take place. Using speech bubbles we thought about the main characters actions and feelings.

This linked well to our PSHCE focus on 'good feelings and not so good feelings,' how  everyone has feelings and may respond in a different way to something eg- visiting family, being in the dark, and that's ok.

In RE we have thought about forgiveness, thinking about how forgiving people actually spreads love and kindness. 

In maths we have consolidated our strategies to count to 20 and are now looking at subtraction. Being really familiar with number bonds really helps so please talk about these with your child.

It is chilly out so please ensure your child has winter PE kit for our basketball lessons, thank you.

 

Wishing you a peaceful weekend.

From Mrs Voisey and the team.

 

Our trip to the National Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy start week

 

 

 

 

Christmas Cheer!

 

 

 

  Anti bullying Week

Change Starts with Us a poem by Year 1

If you see me… looking sad,

Ask me… are you ok?

Be nice, be kind be fair.

 

If you see me … crying

Ask me … do you want to play?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …with a red face

You could …make me laugh

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me all alone

Ask me …do you want to join in?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …struggling

Ask me …do you want help?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

Mathletics Certificates!

 

Our candidates for school parliament!

 ***Please remember***:

Water bottles in every day.

PE kits (PE on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Student planner and reading books in everyday. We expect the children to read at home every day. This does not have to be a whole book, a page or a few is great. We understand the children will be tired so if you feel they are too tired to read to you, then share a book instead and you read to them.
Please note in the Student planner under the dated section the title and pages read. Books are changed when needed. 

The children will have access to the outside area (which we are planning to develop!) so please could wellies be sent in to keep at school. Before the end of the term would be great!

Useful Websites

PhonicsPlay.co.uk     teachyourmonstertoread.com  www.readwithfonics.com

topmarks.co.uk     mathsplayground.com      ictgames.com    mathschamps.co.uk

Spellings and Phonics 

 

This week- ai words

nail, rain, snail, drain, train, brain, jail and tricky words are and ask.
In Phonics this week we have looked at:

how different digraphs sound in words. We are trying to use letter names when spelling out loud now to help accurate recall.

sounding and blending longer and more complex words. 

 Phase 2 Mat

Phase 3 Mat

Phase 5 Mat

Home Learning Menu

Home Learning Menu

Please have a look at the choice of activities for this term. A copy is in the planner.

 Reading Menu

Here is the reading menu for this term.  They are for the children to work on at home and in school. If they complete a line or four corners,  they get a bookmark/sticker and once they complete a full house they get to choose a book from Mrs Hard's special box. We ask parents to sign to show that they have completed the challenge. 

We hope to encourage a wide reading diet and to support the children in reading daily and developing a good stamina for reading  in order to complete the whole menu by Easter

 

 

Year One

Welcome to Class 1

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Check every week for updates!

Class 1 Staff

Teachers-Mrs Voisey, Mrs Hard (Monday)

Teaching Partners - Mrs Rutherford ( Mrs Sedgemore Friday)

To find out a bit more about life in Year 1, please refer to the 'Meet the teacher' presentation below:

Meet the teacher 2019

Weekly Review 

 Our highlight of the week was our train trip to London to explore the National Gallery! We set off in high spirits with Year 2 in our reserved train carriage. The children loved watching the world go by and adults helped them to identify major landmarks and buildings on the route. We arrived at the National Gallery in plenty of time to meet our guide Fiona. She took us straight to visit 'Surprised!' our focus painting by Henri Rousseau. We all sat and looked quietly at the painting before imagining using our 5 senses, what it would have been like to be in the painting. Members of the public listened to our children's responses and questions with delight. We were very proud of their behaviour and total engagement with all they heard and saw. After exploring two other paintings we stopped for lunch before going around in smaller groups to find various animals hidden in paintings and quietly sketching our chosen pictures. Our guide Fiona was very impressed with the children and their behaviour. We said good- bye to the National Gallery and walked back to the station.

The train journey home was full of recounts of the day, some children were revisiting their sketches, and others were just enjoying sitting on a train again. 

Many of our adult helpers told us how brilliant the children and the experience was and are planning on re-visiting the gallery another time. 

wishing you a peaceful weekend.

From Mrs Voisey and the team.

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy start week

 

 

 

 

Christmas Cheer!

 

 

 

  Anti bullying Week

Change Starts with Us a poem by Year 1

If you see me… looking sad,

Ask me… are you ok?

Be nice, be kind be fair.

 

If you see me … crying

Ask me … do you want to play?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …with a red face

You could …make me laugh

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me all alone

Ask me …do you want to join in?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …struggling

Ask me …do you want help?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

Mathletics Certificates!

 

Our candidates for school parliament!

 ***Please remember***:

Water bottles in every day.

PE kits (PE on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Student planner and reading books in everyday. We expect the children to read at home every day. This does not have to be a whole book, a page or a few is great. We understand the children will be tired so if you feel they are too tired to read to you, then share a book instead and you read to them.
Please note in the Student planner under the dated section the title and pages read. Books are changed when needed. 

The children will have access to the outside area (which we are planning to develop!) so please could wellies be sent in to keep at school. Before the end of the term would be great!

Useful Websites

PhonicsPlay.co.uk     teachyourmonstertoread.com  www.readwithfonics.com

topmarks.co.uk     mathsplayground.com      ictgames.com    mathschamps.co.uk

Spellings and Phonics 

Can your child read all of these?

a       are      ask     be   by   come   do   friend   full   go   has   he   here   his   house   I    is
love   me   my   no   of   once   one   our   pull   push   put    paid   says   school   she   so
some   the   there   they   to   today  was   we   were   where   you   your


In Phonics this week we have looked at:

how different digraphs sound in words. We are trying to use letter names when spelling out loud now to help accurate recall.

sounding and blending longer and more complex words. 

 Phase 2 Mat

Phase 3 Mat

Phase 5 Mat

Home Learning Menu

Home Learning Menu

Please have a look at the choice of activities for this term.

 Reading Menu

Year One

Welcome to Class 1

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Check every week for updates!

Class 1 Staff

Teachers-Mrs Voisey, Mrs Hard (Monday)

Teaching Partners - Mrs Rutherford ( Mrs Sedgemore Friday)

To find out a bit more about life in Year 1, please refer to the 'Meet the teacher' presentation below:

Meet the teacher 2019

Weekly Review 

 Our highlight of the week was our train trip to London to explore the National Gallery! We set off in high spirits with Year 2 in our reserved train carriage. The children loved watching the world go by and adults helped them to identify major landmarks and buildings on the route. We arrived at the National Gallery in plenty of time to meet our guide Fiona. She took us straight to visit 'Surprised!' our focus painting by Henri Rousseau. We all sat and looked quietly at the painting before imagining using our 5 senses, what it would have been like to be in the painting. Members of the public listened to our children's responses and questions with delight. We were very proud of their behaviour and total engagement with all they heard and saw. After exploring two other paintings we stopped for lunch before going around in smaller groups to find various animals hidden in paintings and quietly sketching our chosen pictures. Our guide Fiona was very impressed with the children and their behaviour. We said good- bye to the National Gallery and walked back to the station.

The train journey home was full of recounts of the day, some children were revisiting their sketches, and others were just enjoying sitting on a train again. 

Many of our adult helpers told us how brilliant the children and the experience was and are planning on re-visiting the gallery another time. 

wishing you a peaceful weekend.

From Mrs Voisey and the team.

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy start week

 

 

 

 

Christmas Cheer!

 

 

 

  Anti bullying Week

Change Starts with Us a poem by Year 1

If you see me… looking sad,

Ask me… are you ok?

Be nice, be kind be fair.

 

If you see me … crying

Ask me … do you want to play?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …with a red face

You could …make me laugh

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me all alone

Ask me …do you want to join in?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …struggling

Ask me …do you want help?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

Mathletics Certificates!

 

Our candidates for school parliament!

 ***Please remember***:

Water bottles in every day.

PE kits (PE on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Student planner and reading books in everyday. We expect the children to read at home every day. This does not have to be a whole book, a page or a few is great. We understand the children will be tired so if you feel they are too tired to read to you, then share a book instead and you read to them.
Please note in the Student planner under the dated section the title and pages read. Books are changed when needed. 

The children will have access to the outside area (which we are planning to develop!) so please could wellies be sent in to keep at school. Before the end of the term would be great!

Useful Websites

PhonicsPlay.co.uk     teachyourmonstertoread.com  www.readwithfonics.com

topmarks.co.uk     mathsplayground.com      ictgames.com    mathschamps.co.uk

Spellings and Phonics 

Can your child read all of these?

a       are      ask     be   by   come   do   friend   full   go   has   he   here   his   house   I    is
love   me   my   no   of   once   one   our   pull   push   put    paid   says   school   she   so
some   the   there   they   to   today  was   we   were   where   you   your


In Phonics this week we have looked at:

how different digraphs sound in words. We are trying to use letter names when spelling out loud now to help accurate recall.

sounding and blending longer and more complex words. 

 Phase 2 Mat

Phase 3 Mat

Phase 5 Mat

Home Learning Menu

Home Learning Menu

Please have a look at the choice of activities for this term.

 Reading Menu

Here is the reading menu for this term.  They are for the children to work on at home and in school. If they complete a line or four corners,  they get a bookmark/sticker and once they complete a full house they get to choose a book from Mrs Hard's special box. We ask parents to sign to show that they have completed the challenge. 

We hope to encourage a wide reading diet and to support the children in reading daily and developing a good stamina for reading  in order to complete the whole menu by Christmas.

CONGRATULATIONS TO; James, Felicity, Edward, Kirsty, Florence, Toby, Albie, Alistair, Nina and Thomas H who all claimed prizes for completing their reading menus.

Autumn Reading Menu

Important Documents

Here is the reading menu for this term.  They are for the children to work on at home and in school. If they complete a line or four corners,  they get a bookmark/sticker and once they complete a full house they get to choose a book from Mrs Hard's special box. We ask parents to sign to show that they have completed the challenge. 

We hope to encourage a wide reading diet and to support the children in reading daily and developing a good st

Year One

Welcome to Class 1

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Check every week for updates!

Class 1 Staff

Teachers-Mrs Voisey, Mrs Hard (Monday)

Teaching Partners - Mrs Rutherford ( Mrs Sedgemore Friday)

To find out a bit more about life in Year 1, please refer to the 'Meet the teacher' presentation below:

Meet the teacher 2019

Weekly Review 

 Our highlight of the week was our train trip to London to explore the National Gallery! We set off in high spirits with Year 2 in our reserved train carriage. The children loved watching the world go by and adults helped them to identify major landmarks and buildings on the route. We arrived at the National Gallery in plenty of time to meet our guide Fiona. She took us straight to visit 'Surprised!' our focus painting by Henri Rousseau. We all sat and looked quietly at the painting before imagining using our 5 senses, what it would have been like to be in the painting. Members of the public listened to our children's responses and questions with delight. We were very proud of their behaviour and total engagement with all they heard and saw. After exploring two other paintings we stopped for lunch before going around in smaller groups to find various animals hidden in paintings and quietly sketching our chosen pictures. Our guide Fiona was very impressed with the children and their behaviour. We said good- bye to the National Gallery and walked back to the station.

The train journey home was full of recounts of the day, some children were revisiting their sketches, and others were just enjoying sitting on a train again. 

Many of our adult helpers told us how brilliant the children and the experience was and are planning on re-visiting the gallery another time. 

wishing you a peaceful weekend.

From Mrs Voisey and the team.

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy start week

 

 

 

 

Christmas Cheer!

 

 

 

  Anti bullying Week

Change Starts with Us a poem by Year 1

If you see me… looking sad,

Ask me… are you ok?

Be nice, be kind be fair.

 

If you see me … crying

Ask me … do you want to play?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …with a red face

You could …make me laugh

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me all alone

Ask me …do you want to join in?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …struggling

Ask me …do you want help?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

Mathletics Certificates!

 

Our candidates for school parliament!

 ***Please remember***:

Water bottles in every day.

PE kits (PE on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Student planner and reading books in everyday. We expect the children to read at home every day. This does not have to be a whole book, a page or a few is great. We understand the children will be tired so if you feel they are too tired to read to you, then share a book instead and you read to them.
Please note in the Student planner under the dated section the title and pages read. Books are changed when needed. 

The children will have access to the outside area (which we are planning to develop!) so please could wellies be sent in to keep at school. Before the end of the term would be great!

Useful Websites

PhonicsPlay.co.uk     teachyourmonstertoread.com  www.readwithfonics.com

topmarks.co.uk     mathsplayground.com      ictgames.com    mathschamps.co.uk

Spellings and Phonics 

Can your child read all of these?

a       are      ask     be   by   come   do   friend   full   go   has   he   here   his   house   I    is
love   me   my   no   of   once   one   our   pull   push   put    paid   says   school   she   so
some   the   there   they   to   today  was   we   were   where   you   your


In Phonics this week we have looked at:

how different digraphs sound in words. We are trying to use letter names when spelling out loud now to help accurate recall.

sounding and blending longer and more complex words. 

 Phase 2 Mat

Phase 3 Mat

Phase 5 Mat

Home Learning Menu

Home Learning Menu

Please have a look at the choice of activities for this term.

 Reading Menu

Year One

Welcome to Class 1

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Check every week for updates!

Class 1 Staff

Teachers-Mrs Voisey, Mrs Hard (Monday)

Teaching Partners - Mrs Rutherford ( Mrs Sedgemore Friday)

To find out a bit more about life in Year 1, please refer to the 'Meet the teacher' presentation below:

Meet the teacher 2019

Weekly Review 

 Our highlight of the week was our train trip to London to explore the National Gallery! We set off in high spirits with Year 2 in our reserved train carriage. The children loved watching the world go by and adults helped them to identify major landmarks and buildings on the route. We arrived at the National Gallery in plenty of time to meet our guide Fiona. She took us straight to visit 'Surprised!' our focus painting by Henri Rousseau. We all sat and looked quietly at the painting before imagining using our 5 senses, what it would have been like to be in the painting. Members of the public listened to our children's responses and questions with delight. We were very proud of their behaviour and total engagement with all they heard and saw. After exploring two other paintings we stopped for lunch before going around in smaller groups to find various animals hidden in paintings and quietly sketching our chosen pictures. Our guide Fiona was very impressed with the children and their behaviour. We said good- bye to the National Gallery and walked back to the station.

The train journey home was full of recounts of the day, some children were revisiting their sketches, and others were just enjoying sitting on a train again. 

Many of our adult helpers told us how brilliant the children and the experience was and are planning on re-visiting the gallery another time. 

wishing you a peaceful weekend.

From Mrs Voisey and the team.

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy start week

 

 

 

 

Christmas Cheer!

 

 

 

  Anti bullying Week

Change Starts with Us a poem by Year 1

If you see me… looking sad,

Ask me… are you ok?

Be nice, be kind be fair.

 

If you see me … crying

Ask me … do you want to play?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …with a red face

You could …make me laugh

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me all alone

Ask me …do you want to join in?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

If you see me …struggling

Ask me …do you want help?

Be nice, be kind be fair

 

Mathletics Certificates!

 

Our candidates for school parliament!

 ***Please remember***:

Water bottles in every day.

PE kits (PE on Tuesday and Wednesday)

Student planner and reading books in everyday. We expect the children to read at home every day. This does not have to be a whole book, a page or a few is great. We understand the children will be tired so if you feel they are too tired to read to you, then share a book instead and you read to them.
Please note in the Student planner under the dated section the title and pages read. Books are changed when needed. 

The children will have access to the outside area (which we are planning to develop!) so please could wellies be sent in to keep at school. Before the end of the term would be great!

Useful Websites

PhonicsPlay.co.uk     teachyourmonstertoread.com  www.readwithfonics.com

topmarks.co.uk     mathsplayground.com      ictgames.com    mathschamps.co.uk

Spellings and Phonics 

Can your child read all of these?

a       are      ask     be   by   come   do   friend   full   go   has   he   here   his   house   I    is
love   me   my   no   of   once   one   our   pull   push   put    paid   says   school   she   so
some   the   there   they   to   today  was   we   were   where   you   your


In Phonics this week we have looked at:

how different digraphs sound in words. We are trying to use letter names when spelling out loud now to help accurate recall.

sounding and blending longer and more complex words. 

 Phase 2 Mat

Phase 3 Mat

Phase 5 Mat

Home Learning Menu

Home Learning Menu

Please have a look at the choice of activities for this term.

 Reading Menu

Here is the reading menu for this term.  They are for the children to work on at home and in school. If they complete a line or four corners,  they get a bookmark/sticker and once they complete a full house they get to choose a book from Mrs Hard's special box. We ask parents to sign to show that they have completed the challenge. 

We hope to encourage a wide reading diet and to support the children in reading daily and developing a good stamina for reading  in order to complete the whole menu by Christmas.

CONGRATULATIONS TO; James, Felicity, Edward, Kirsty, Florence, Toby, Albie, Alistair, Nina and Thomas H who all claimed prizes for completing their reading menus.

Autumn Reading Menu

Important Documents

Here is the reading menu for this term.  They are for the children to work on at home and in school. If they complete a line or four corners,  they get a bookmark/sticker and once they complete a full house they get to choose a book from Mrs Hard's special box. We ask parents to sign to show that they have completed the challenge. 

We hope to encourage a wide reading diet and to support the children in reading daily and developing a good stamina for reading  in order to complete the whole menu by Christmas.

CONGRATULATIONS TO; James, Felicity, Edward, Kirsty, Florence, Toby, Albie, Alistair, Nina and Thomas H who all claimed prizes for completing their reading menus.

Autumn Reading Menu

Important Documents

amina for reading  in order to complete the whole menu by Christmas.

CONGRATULATIONS TO; James, Felicity, Edward, Kirsty, Florence, Toby, Albie, Alistair, Nina and Thomas H who all claimed prizes for completing their reading menus.

Autumn Reading Menu

Important Documents

Important Documents