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Croeso / Welcome
Blwyddyn 1 / Year 1 

Clip Welcomepencil 

Year 1 Teacher: Miss Hogarth

TA: Miss Kate Coggins

I hope you have had a lovely time over the summer and I am sure you are now ready to start the new school year, so welcome to Year 1.

Here are important reminders and information about the children’s day and what they will need.

School day: School starts at 9am and ends at 3:10pm, children will be dismissed on to the same yard as children enter in the morning. Breakfast club is available from 8.15am and after school club is available for children who wish to attend. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you would like more information. 

Fruit/Drink: Fruit is available for the children; fruit costs £1 a week or 20p a day.  We kindly ask that fruit money for the week is brought into school on a Monday in an envelope with your child’s name, year group and amount clearly labelled on it. Children will have milk everyday however, children are able to bring their own water bottles to school. Please ensure bottles are filled with water only.

Dinner: Dinner money for the week should be brought to school on a Monday in an envelope with your child’s name, year group and amount clearly labelled on it. Any money that is not in a clearly labelled envelope/money bag will not accepted.

P.E: Year 1 will have PE on a Thursday; your child will need a t-shirt and shorts / joggers and suitable footwear to change into. Some P.E lessons will take place outside so please ensure that your child has suitable clothing. Please make sure that your child’s name is on their P.E clothes and school clothes for when they are changing. If your child is unable to participate in a P.E lesson please speak to me or send a note with reasons why into school.

Book bags and reading: Book bags will be sent home daily with reading records and reading books or sound work. Book bags and reading records need to be returned to school daily. Reading with your child is very important; we would encourage you to comment and sign the record book.

Homework: Homework books will be sent home on a Friday and should be returned on Monday.  Homework will be sent weekly with an alternate focus on language/topic work and number work.

Letters: This year we will continue to send letters and information home via SCHOOP. If you have not already downloaded SCHOOP please download from Google play or apple app store. The school code is: 7749.

As part of the Foundation Phase Curriculum children are encouraged to be independent learners. They are encouraged to try as many activities as possible. This independence begins once your child enters the school, therefore, we ask that you leave your child enter the school building independently. We apologise in advance if your child comes home ‘messy’, this will be because they have been actively involved in their learning. Activities will take place outside so please ensure that your child has appropriate clothing.

We thank you for your continued support to give your child the best possible education. If you feel that you have any qualities, skills or resources that would benefit your child’s learning environment please speak to a member of staff in the Foundation Phase.

Finally, if you have any questions or concerns please come and see me, I am always available to talk to you. I look forward to working with you this year and following and encouraging your child’s learning journey.

Thank you, Miss Hogarth

 

Summer Term 2019

Year 1

Miss Hogarth

Maths

 Clip Numbers

Literacy

Clip Book 

Cornerstones

Clip House  

Land Ahoy & Rio De Vida

This term we will be learning about.

Place Value 

Addition and subtraction 

Measures – weight and capacity 

Fractions of money 

Multiplication and division 

Time  

 

This term we will be learning…

Read Write Inc sounds and words to develop spelling strategies  

Story – linked to Land Ahoy  

Presenting information – writing about the carnival 

Invitation – create an invitation to the Pirate party  

Poetry – write a free verse  

 

 

This half term we are taking a trip to the past to discover what life was like at the time when we were born.  

We will learn about: 

Using and making maps 

Significant historical people  

Famous Pirates 

Locating countries and cities.  

Comparing the UK to other countries. 

Sinking and floating 

DCF – direction and position activities