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Year One Notice Board




Dear Parents/carers


Welcome back! We hope you had an enjoyable half term :)


This term we will be completing the Year 1 Phonics Check. It will take place in the week beginning 11th June. The children will complete the check individually with their classroom teacher. It would be helpful to reinforce phonics at home. You may wish to look at the following website for more information and as a resource:  Oxford Owl - Phonics 


Spring weather is finally here! Could you please pack a hat for your child to wear and apply sunscreen prior to the school day. Wednesday is now the outdoor PE day for Cherries and Pears when we will be playing tennis. 


Please could we request bread sticks or rice cakes for the children. Thank-you!



In the mornings when the bell rings, can you please make sure that you stand back and let the children line up in their class lines in sight of their class teachers. For safeguarding purposes we need to make sure that we can see all the children in their line to make sure that they get inside safely.


Just to make sure you are aware of who our class reps are, they are listed below for your reference: 



 - Anna Dijkstra

 - Ben Nielsen


 - Lesley Cargill

 - Rina Patel



Calendar/ Key dates

25th April - Class photos

June - Phonics Check


School Diary



Home Learning

Recent and extensive educational research has found that homework for primary aged children has minimal impact unless it reinforces learning and regularly allows children to rehearse and practise skills and facts e.g. times tables and spellings.


Creative Home Learning 



Children are expected to read at home regularly (at least 10 - 15 minutes daily) and to discuss their reading with an adult at home to develop language and comprehension.  Reading Record books must be brought into school every Monday to be checked. It may be that the Reading Record is checked more than once during the week.  Children are able to change their reading book whenever they need to.  Also children may borrow books from the Infant Library. We encourage the children to share their library book with an adult at home as well.


Helping your child with reading 2017-18

Nurturing young readers

Reading with your child in Key Stage 1


Key words/ Spelling 

Please practise reading and writing your spellings. Make sure that you know the meaning of each word. There is a Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check sheet below that you can use to help you. Please also make sure that your children practice how to spell their surnames as well as using capital and lowercase letters correctly in their name.


This week’s spellings:



We will be learning to add the ending /est/ to verbs where no change is needed to the root word. Adding /est/ changes the verb into a noun e.g. Tom is tall but Tim is the tallest.

Below is a small list of spellings for you to practise with your child. The children will need to be able to read and spell these words. Try to make learning the words fun and encourage them to recognise each word. Once they become more confident they could use the words to write a sentence.















Look Say Cover Write Check

Ideas to help with spelling 


Number Facts and Times Tables

It would be useful if the children could be given opportunities at home to practice the following key maths skills: number formation, number recognition up to 100, counting forwards and backwards, recognising one more or one less of a given number, adding and subtracting single and two digit numbers, and doubles up to 20.



You may like to view the whole school times tables challenge through the link below. Please note that Year 1 will not be completing these challenges until these skills have been taught.


Times tables challenge

Maths Curriculum Grid Year 1


Learning this week:





  • Problem solving week - the children will complete STOPS maths problem solving tasks and participate in a workshop run by The Problem Solving Company.
  • Measurement: length and height. The children will revise vocabulary: height, length, width, comparative language (tall, taller, tallest), centimetres, metres.
  • Measurement: Using rulers to measure and record length and height in centimetres (cm) and metres (m).



Learning next week:


  •  We will be introducing the story 'On The Way Home' by Jill Murphy                            
  • We will be writing adjectives to describe a number of characters in the book
  • We will be sequencing the key events of the story and drawing them in a story map
  • We will retell the story using words, actions and our story maps



  •  Measurement (revision):

    comparing, describing and solving practical problems for:

    - time (for example, quicker, slower, earlier, later)

       - mass/weight (for example, heavy/light, heavier than, lighter than)

       - capacity and volume (for example, full/empty, more than, less than, half, half full, quarter)

  • Measurement (reading measurements, measuring and recording)

      - mass/weight (kg/g)

      - capacity and volume (ml/l)

      - time (hours, minutes, seconds)


Spring Learning Tree