Welcome to Year One
Guess what?..... We have recived a thank you card frim Meghan and Harry click here to see.
Year One have been busy enjoying Arts Week. Please click here to find out more and see some photographs - you might even see Miss Cleave's special performance!
There are three classes in Year One; 1KO, 1SH and 1AN. Year One’s teaching team includes Miss Oakley (Teacher & Assistant Head), Mrs Howard (Class teacher), Mrs Neylon (Teacher), Mrs Warren (Teaching Assistant), Mrs Hindmarsh (Teaching Assistant), Mrs Ratings (Teaching Assistant) and Mr Beaver (High Level Teaching Assistant).
The children in Year One enjoy a varied and exciting curriculum with lots of continuous provision and creative activities. We work very hard to ensure that the transition from Reception to Year One is smooth and successful.
Year One staff will update this page; make sure you check back for weekly updates.
Please click on the link below to find out a little bit more about reading, homework, spellings etc.
In the Autumn term the year 1 topic is Bog Baby. Bog Baby is a fantastic story and we are sure it will capture the imagination of all of the children! Please click on the link below to find out what we have been doing during the first term.
Footprints in the Snow
After Christmas Year 1 will complete a mini topic and it will be based around a story called Footprints in the Snow. Click on the link below to keep up to date with our learning journey.
During Spring term the Year 1 topic will be dinosaurs. Our learning will be based around a story called Tyrannosaurus Drip. To keep up to date with children's learning throughout this topic, click on the link below.
Our first topic in the Summer term will be based around a story called 'Arghh Spider'. Please click on the 'Minibeast' link below to keep up to date with our learning this term.
Keep in touch! You can usually find Mrs Howard and Miss Oakley at the end of the school day. If you don’t manage to speak to us, drop us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. No matter how small or trivial you think it might be – feel free to ask!