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Who is who in Class One?

What I need to remember?

It is important that we have our Book Bags, Water Bottles and Reading Book/Record in school everyday! It was also be a brilliant help if each child has a pair of Wellies and Waterproofs in school as we go out in all weathers, come rain or come shine.

Monday's - Celebration Assembly. If you have achieved anything outside of school, please bring this in and hand to Miss Breslin or Mrs Kenworthy.

Tuesday's - PE Day. Your kits must be in school on a Tuesday. Remember PE kits are: white t-shirt, black shorts or joggers, black pumps and black (non-hooded) jumper/jacket.

Wednesday's - Libary Day. Our volunteer librarian, Mrs De-Barkham, comes in to change our library books. Please remember to bring your book so that you can change it!

Friday's - PE Day & Show and Tell - Your kits must be in school on a Friday too. We also do Show and Tell on a Friday afternoon, where each child is welcome to bring in something special to them that they would like to share with their friends.

Our Timetable

Please click on the link below to see our class timetable.

This can change weekly but it will give you an idea of what we are up to in Class.


What can you do at home?

Learning is important across a child's life, especially in their early years and therefore we ask that children complete little jobs and tasks at home. Whilst regular homework is not set, we encourage children to read, learn their timetables and KIRFS. Below there is also a grid of ideas for 'Homework' in class. Take a look at this document so that you know what different activites you can complete at home.

 children to read is always important and it is important that we log what we have read in our reading records.

Year 1 must also learn their 2's, 5's and 10 times tables.

Home Learning

We do not set specific homework and our Homework Policy can be found by clicking on the link in the policies section under Statuatory Information. However, we encourage our parents to spend time reading with their child, counting and speaking to them about the things they enjoy. There are some suggested nurture actitvites which can be enjoyed as a family which may help your child to develop all the foundation skills they need to be successful at school. If you would like further help and support with things for you to do at home with your child, please see the staff in class.


Our curriculum overview can be seen by following the link below. This sets out the learning opportunities which will be available for the children across the year to ensure they have a breadth of learning in all subject areas in line with the National Curriculum as set out by the government.

Curriculum Themes

Our Topic

This term our Topic is Who helps us?

We are focussing our learning around different people who helps us in our local community and learning about what how to care for others.

The curriculum newsletter below will give you an overview of what we are studying in our class this half term.


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