TA- Mrs Middleton
The Greeks- Class 1G- Miss Smith
TA- Mrs McKenzie
PE Arrangements for Autumn Term
PE lessons will take place on Wednesday mornings for 1C and Friday mornings for 1G . Your child will need a white T-shirt, black shorts or joggers and plimsoles which will need to be kept in a named drawstring PE bag. Long hair needs to be tied back and earrings should be removed.
Week Beginning 20th January 2020.
This week we will be carrying on with our brand new topic, ‘Food Glorious Food’! This week we will be learning all about Arcimboldo and looking at his artwork using vegetables! We will also be story mapping and rewriting the story of Oliver’s Vegetables.
As Readers we will: –
- Tap and clap key vocabulary linked to our new topic.
- Tap and clap our Common Exception Words and play Scrabbled Eggs.
- Be Resilient Readers and understand that answers are in our heads when answering questions about Oliver’s Vegetables.
- Practise reading real and non-real words.
- Complete the Reading Challenge – remember to read for 5 minutes, 5 times a week.
- Enjoy sharing our books with an adult during our Guided Reading session..
As Writers we will:-
- Use our sounds to rewrite the story of Oliver’s Vegetables.
- Use our Legends of Literacy to support our writing and identifying all of the nouns & adjectives we can see with the help of Agent Adjective and the Noun Clown.
- Sharing the story of Oliver’s Vegetables and using Resilient Reader to answer questions all about it.
- Continue to practise our Common Exception Words.
- Continue to practice our cursive handwriting.
As Mathematicians we will:
• Consolidate our number knowledge to 10.
• Begin to explore addition within 20.
• Enjoy some AWESOME maths sessions.
• Ensure we count carefully and use our mathematical equipment to help us understand how to add.
• Practise our teen number formation.
• Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.
• Carry out our BMBT challenges with Mrs Allen and try to beat our score.
In Science we will:-
• Continue our new topic ‘Healthy Living’.
• Tap and clap our Scientific materials vocabulary.
• Discover more about vegetables.
• Sort vegetables according to which part we eat.
• Describe what we already know about Healthy Living.
• Learn some songs about Healthy Living.
In PE we will:-
• Continue to develop our team games.
• Explore working collaboratively.
• Explore competing in teams.
- Learn some new team games to play.
As Artists we will:-
- learning about a famous artist.
- creating work in a similar style to Arcimboldo.
- Observing his work closely.
- Creating line drawings of vegetables.
In Computing we will:-
• Continue to use the IPads.
• Link our learning and use Seesaw
• Begin to explore how to use the KeyNote app.
• Use and explore a variety of educational apps.
• Work collaboratively.
• Know that simple actions produce predictable results.
Don’t forget to complete the reading challenge this week. Well done to the children who completed the Reading Challenge – 68% of 1C (17 out of 25 children) and 72% of 1G (18 out of 25 children). Great work – keep reading! We still want a KS1 class to top the leader board! We can do it.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK IN YEAR ONE! YOU’RE ALL AMAZING!
English Curriculum for the Spring Term. As Resilient Readers, we will be sharing a
variety of texts about ‘Food’. We will
look at simple recipes. As Writers, we
will make our own instructional texts about different types of food. After half term, we will be focussing on
‘Stories from other Cultures’. We will
develop our storytelling skills using Pie Corbett’s words and actions. We will
continue to learn to read and write our sounds.
Please help your child to practise these by using the phoneme mat in the
back of their Reading Record and continue to practise the words in their Word
Pouch. A Library Book and Reading Book
will be sent home weekly. Weekly Spellings,
Maths and English homework challenges will continue. Your
help and support with reading and spelling is invaluable. Our
English curriculum SFA (Success for All) will continue. This skills-based curriculum helps to develop
the children’s reading and comprehension skills, basic grammar, phonics and spelling,
and encourages co-operative learning.
Don’t forget to complete
the Reading Challenge every week! We
challenge you to read for five minutes, five times a week at home! Come on Year One! We haven’t topped the leader board yet!s. Don't forget to practice your word pouches regularly!
Maths Curriculum for the Spring Term. Read,
write and order numbers up to 20 and beyond. As part of our Inspire Maths
scheme, we will continue to practise correct number formation, and solve
addition and subtraction problems involving numbers up to 20 and beyond. Problems will be represented with numbers and
symbols (+, - and =). We’ll investigate
2D/3D shapes and their properties, and practise our measuring skills by
comparing different lengths and measuring with non-standard units of
measure. Please help your child to learn
the addition and subtraction ‘Learn-Its’ for this term. We will continue to carry out ‘BMBT’ &
CLIC challenges, trying to improve our score each week! You may like to help
your child to practise the number facts at home too! Don’t forget to practise your number pouch
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Year 1 Bulletins
Watch out for ‘Marvellous Me’ messages from your child’s teachers. We LOVE Marvellous Me at Trimley St Mary – it’s a fantastic way to encourage, praise and celebrate successes and achievements in school.
Take the time to talk with your child about their learning! Because …… everyone’s a SUPERHERO!!
Parent Helpers Welcome!
We welcome parents into school, to help our children to improve their reading skills. If you are able to spare a morning or an afternoon, on a regular basis, please let your child’s teacher know. We are very appreciative of your additional support, and it makes a huge difference to the children’s learning. We would love you to come and join us! Tea and coffee provided too!
Don’t forget to read for 5 minutes, 5 times a week!
Your reading Challenge Slip must be returned on MONDAY MORNING so the ‘scores on the doors’ can be collated by class teachers during registration and sent to the school office.
Come on Year 1! A KS1 class has never topped the leader board! We need 75% of our classes to read to meet Mrs Ashford’s challenge. Class Prizes available too. Keep reading!!