Year 1

Year 1

Hello and welcome to Year 1’s page. Mrs O’Malley is the Year 1 class teacher and Mrs Mushtaq and Miss Allatt are our Teaching Assistants.

On our page you’ll be able to find the latest class newsletter and homework sheet as well as lots of photos of all the fun and interesting activities we take part in. Check back regularly for updates.

Reading books will only be changed on Monday’s and Thursday’s if the reading record is signed.

MONDAY   Literacy homework and spelling will be sent home. The literacy homework should be returned completed to school on Thursday.

TUESDAY is our PE day and children should arrive at school wearing their PE kit along with their school jumper/cardigan and a pair of trainers. Please choose footwear with velcro wherever possible.

THURSDAY Maths work will be sent home and should be returned completed to school on a Monday.

Water Bottles (Please fill with water only). Your child is welcome to bring a water bottle to school each day to drink in throughout the day.  We encourage the children to take them home each evening, rinse them and bring them in full each day.

Please read our Newsletter below to find out what we will be doing this half term.

 

Mrs J O'Malley

Mrs J O'Malley

Class Teacher

Mrs R Mushtaq

Mrs R Mushtaq

Teaching Assistant

Miss E Allatt

Miss E Allatt

Teaching Assistant

Topic Knowledge Organisers

Science Knowledge Organisers

Class Blog

Investigating flowers

Investigating flowers

We were investigating the statement 'most flowers are yellow' for Science. To do this we collected flowers around the school and sorted them into different colours. We decided we did not agree with this statement as we found lots of different colours.

Easter Bonnet Parade!

Easter Bonnet Parade!

We all looked amazing in our Easter Bonnets. Have a look at our wonderful hats!  

Signs of Spring!

Signs of Spring!

As Spring arrives, we took a spring walk around our school to see what signs of Spring we could find. We enjoyed finding buds on trees, blossom and new daffodils beginning to grow!  

Amazing Iguanas!

Amazing Iguanas!

We have been looking at reptiles for our Amazing Animals topic. We had lots of fun looking at the body features of an iguana and making our own models.

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