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Year 1

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Welcome to Year One 

Thank you for visiting our Year One class website we look forward to showing you all of our amazing learning. 

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Phonics

 

In Year one we will be sitting the phonics screening test in

June 2020

 

Please ensure no holidays are taken during Monday 10th June 2020

to Friday 14th June 2020.

 

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PE: 

In Year One we have PE on a Tuesday morning. Please ensure children have a PE kit with both suitable indoor and outdoor kit. E.g. tracksuit and trainers. 

  

 

Homework: 

In Year One children are expected to read three times per week. Books are changed after children have read their book three times to improve their fluency. Please can children bring their reading books every day even if they haven't read it. 

Children will also be given phonics homework frequently. 

Throughout the year children will also receive  homework related to topic which will be more 'project' based. 

 

Uniform:

Here at Holy Family we pride ourselves on our smart appearances. Please ensure children come to school dressed appropriately and wearing correct school uniform. 

 

Current Topic: 

Our current topic is Enchanted Woodland. We are really enjoying exploring and discussing the different plants, trees and animals that live in the woods!  We are also going on a school trip to Sandall Beat Woods which will link beautifully with our topic. 

 

 

Home Learning: 

 

 

Please find below a link to the first 200 common exception words for Y1 and Y2. In order for Y1 children to achieve their age related expectations they should be able to read and spell the first 100 common exception words. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

http://www.highfrequencywords.org/first-100-high-frequency-word-list-precursive.html  

 

Please also find a link to Y1 numeracy and literacy curriculum statements. 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to come and ask. 

http://www.primarycurriculum.me.uk/year1 

 

 

Thank you 

Miss Langston 

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