Welcome to Year 1
In Year 1, we start to become more independent learners through fun activities and hands-on challenges. We really enjoy developing key skills through motivational and enjoyable learning experiences within a creative, thematic approach! Every half term we have a new, exciting topic.
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Mrs J Hughes & Mr M Young - Class Teachers
Mrs L Pemberthy - Teaching Assistant
Mrs A Cunningham- Class Teacher
Miss S Thrale & Mrs C Halsey - Teaching Assistant
The current COVID19 restrictions mean that we are unable to host parents in school for our usual Year Group Welcome Meeting. Please watch the video presentation (right) for some introductory information on starting Year 1.
The Year One Curriculum
In order to ensure that pupils make a smooth transition from Reception and to further develop personal and social skills, communication and language and physical development; teachers include elements of child initiated and play-based learning in Year One.
Units of work are coherently planned and sequenced to ensure broad and balanced coverage of the National Curriculum. There remains a significant focus on the teaching of phonics (using the Letters and Sounds scheme) and reading as well as key elements of number and calculation. Half-termly topics focus on the children's interests and experiences.
Please click on the link below for further information about the curriculum in Year One.
Useful Links and Other Information
Summer Home Learning following the Coronavirus Pandemic