Meet the Year One Team
Meet the team
Class Teacher - Ms S. Barr
Teaching Assistant - Ms J. Mailey
Phonics Phun Club- Every Wednesday 3.15- 4pm until June (selected children)
Monday 10th June- Phonics Screening Check Week
Monday 17th June- trip to Gorse Hill Nature Reserve
Every Friday your child is set maths homework which they complete online. To do this, you must visit the My Maths website. If you have a tablet at home you must download the 'Puffin Academy' app first to access the My Maths website.
All logon details and passwords are in your child's homework book.
Sometimes your child will also receive Purple Mash homework which they must complete online. Your child's login details are also in their homework books.
It is so important to read with your child every night. Please ask them questions about the text to develop their comprehension skills. Then have your child re-read the story to help develop their fluency and pace. You must sign your child's reading log so we can change their book at school.
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Every Friday your child will receive spellings to learn. They will then have a spelling test the following Wednesday. Please support your child at home with helping them learn their spellings. Below are the spellings the summer 2 term.
|27. Plurals suffix s, es.doc||Download|
|28. Tenses suffix ing, ed, er.doc||Download|
|29. Comparative suffix er, est.doc||Download|
|30. Prefix un, dis.doc||Download|
Year One trip to The Museum of Liverpool
We had a fantastic time on our trip to the museum. We learnt how we can identify if a toy is old or new, then we even got to play with them! We really enjoyed Little Liverpool and learning about our city. For more photos, please visit the SeeSaw App!
A Puppy came to Visit Year One
Teddy the puppy came to visit year one. We learnt about Teddy's day, how to care for Teddy, what he likes and doesn't like and we described him. We will be creating a non-fiction pop-up book all about Teddy!
On Tuesday evening, around eight... something happened to the school ...?
Our next Talk4Writing text is the book ‘Tuesday’. We have now begun our immersive curriculum around this text kick starting it with special visits from amphibians, book talk about the new additions to our school hallways, shared reads exploring new vocabulary and even the evolution of the television!
Capoeira Live Show
KS1 had a spectacular finale to their Capoeira lessons and got to showcase theIr skills in front of the parents.
Let me introduce you to... Our class scientist... Galileo Galilei
Long Term Plan
Below is the long term plan for year one...
Curriculum Information Map
Below is the curriculum information map for our summer term...
This term we have been studying the artist Wassily Kandinsky! We have been researching him and finding out lots of interesting facts. We have then been practicing our skills and experimenting with shapes and colours. The photographs below are of our final piece we created. We used a long sheet of fabric creating Kandinsky styles all over. We then painted it with fabric paint being sure to stay with the style of Kandinsky. We will hang our Kandinsky fabric on the KS1 corridor, so be sure to take a look when you're visiting our school.
Year One Visit to their Local Green Space
We visited our local green space by using our geography skills by following a map. We observed the weather and added this to our weather journals. We then became scientists and used our senses to describe the environment. Then we went on a mini-beast hunt and recorded our findings. Finally we had a play in the park!
Year One trip to Garston Library
Year One took a trip to their local library. We were on the hunt for non-fiction books and found lots! We then browsed the library and chose a book we like to check out. We each have a library card now and can check books in and out of the library as we wish.
World Book Day 2019
Year Ones 18th Century Feast
Year One had a fantastic day celebrating the end of their history topic about food and fashion from the 18th century! We enjoyed a banquet filled with food the rich people would have eaten in the 18th century whilst dressed either poor or rich clothes. We also learnt some dancing from the 18th century. Thank you to all parents for bringing such wonderful food in for us to share! Enjoy our photos...
Year One Trip to Gorse Hill Nature Reserve
Our summer trip to Gorse Hill Nature Reserve was fantastic! We explored different habitats and went pond dipping. We found water hog louse, water boatman, an emperor dragonfly, three baby newts and a mayfly nymph. We also looked at the characteristics of different trees and plants. We recycled our rubbish and identified the different creatures we found. We will definitely be visiting again!