Year One

Mrs Pack
YEAR 1

Welcome to Year One

Year One is the first year in Key Stage One and even though there is a lot more work to be done, we have a very exciting year ahead!

In Year One we aim to be the best we can be through learning new things and having fun.  We will kick start the year with the topic ‘Down on the farm.’

Throughout Year One we love to read and we encourage the children to read on a regular basis.  Phonics is an important part of Year One as this helps to develop reading skills.  We hope to have your support in building the childrens’ confidence and love of reading through their phonics.

PE is on Wednesday and Thursday and homework is given out on a Friday to be returned the following Wednesday.

Mrs Pack

 

 

 

 

 

Science Workshop – Year One

Year 1 had a fab time on Monday, we made snow and created snow patterns.  We also made reindeer toothpaste because they eat too many...

KS1 Nativity

After weeks of practice, Year 1 and Year 2 performed their Nativity to all of their grown ups.  It's safe to say it was a huge success.  We are so proud of all the children.  They were amazing! Check out some of our...

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Year One have been at Cardinal Hume all morning taking part in a Multi-skills event.  We had a great time.       ...

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Year 1 enjoyed celebrating Diwali, we made some lovely patterns using crushed rice in different...

Judaism in Year 1 and Year 2

Today Year 1 and Year 2 had a very interesting visitor.  As we are learning about Judaism in RE, a Jewish lady called Deanna came to tell us all about her religion.  We learned all about Shabbatt and even got to taste some juice and bread as if we were celebrating it...

Judaism in Year 1

Year One have been learning all about Moses leading the Jewish people out of Egypt. We enjoyed dressing up and being led around the classroom by our very own Moses (Callum), just like the Jews were led out of Egypt. We were also very lucky to have a visit form Deanna...

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