WORLD BOOK DAY 2021
Welcome to Year One!
Your teachers this year are Mrs Bowen (Monday-Wednesday) Mrs Jones (Wednesday-Fri)
and your Learning Support Assistants are Miss King and Mrs Horrigan.
Year One children arrival time is 8.50am and home time is 3.05pm on the Infant Yard.
It is so lovely to meet you all and welcome you into our class. We are looking forward to getting to know you all and your families and sharing lots of fun filled learning experiences together.
Here is a handy list of the key weekly activities and what you need to bring to school each day:
|Day||Activities & Equipment needed|
*Reading folder home for weekend
NB *School will provide a fresh piece of fruit each day so no other snack is needed from home.
** Children (who have requested) will be provided with a fresh carton of milk daily.
Black History 'Rosa Parks'
History - Toys from the past
Lots of pictures of old toys.
This site is a museum with pictures of old toys.
This website is all about the history of the teddy bear, including where the name came from and lots of pictures of old bears.
* Also check out BBC bitesize where you will find a fabulous range of quality (KS1) lessons available for all subjects.
Y1 Meet the teacher presentation for parents. Please read for a wealth of Y1 key information.
Autumn 1 Learning Journey - An overview of our learning this half term.
Please click on the stars to below to see what's happening in the curriculum!
Additional Home learning packs/websites offering a range of resources/fun learning experiences.
BBC Bitesize KS1
Times Table Rockstars
National Geographic Kids
Oxford Owl for Home
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/ Lots of free resources for Primary age
Woodlands Literacy Zone
ICT Games – interactive learning resources
Edinburgh Zoo live animal camsCan you draw your favourite animal? How many animals can you name? Write 3 facts about your favourite animal
The Maths factorSign in for free to access a range of maths resources and games
- Audible stories
Dave the dog is worried about CoronavirusA story aimed at reassuring children.
#mindhealthy@homeLooking after your family's emotional wellbeing at home