Hello Parents and children,
It would have been the spring break holiday from school these next two weeks.
I hope that you are all well and are enjoying the home learning activities that I have uploaded on the class web page.
I have added some holiday activities onto the class page for you to complete over the spring break. Please feel free to message me on the class blog if you have any questions or ideas that you would like to share.
Why don't you have a look at our class blog.
On the blog, you can ask me any questions or upload pictures of your fantastic activities and tasks if you want to and Miss Hayhurst or myself will reply as soon as we can.
Click on 'SCHOOL BLOG' then find the WRENS page.
Your child has received a home learning pack today from school. In the event of school closures, I will upload a daily task for the children to complete at home and the children will be asked to complete the task in their purple book. I will attach online links to support your child when possible.
If you would like to support your child's learning at home, I have composed a list of websites that may be of interest.
BBC bitesize website is a rich resource with videos and activities that will support your child in a number of topics.
Reading eggs phonics and reading games - a free trial is available for 1 month.
Topmarks Maths page - games and activities to support learning in Maths.
Wrens 1 Class Page
Miss Jones and Miss Hayhurst welcome you to the class page for Wrens 1. Here you will find the key information for Year 1 and we will also post photos of some of the things we learn about each week.
CURRICULUM THIS TERM
We have a term full of fun and learning planned for your child! Our theme for this term is ‘All about me’, where we will be exploring the children’s lives through Art, Science, PSHE Geography and RE.
In English, we are looking forward to furthering your child’s literacy skills through our study of a variety of rich children’s texts, including: We are currently reading ‘Not now Bernard’ by David McKee.
Through our shared reading of these texts we will have opportunities to understand and use simple punctuation. Pupil’s will also have opportunities to create own texts based on these texts and our topic – ‘All about me’.
This year we are also very privileged to use a handwriting scheme called ‘Letter-join’. Children will have 3 taught session throughout the week.
In Maths, we will be learning about:
In Year 1, we follow the National curriculum to teach your child a broad and balanced syllabus which aims to promote progression. Full details of the national expectations for Year 1 can be found here. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/425601/PRIMARY_national_curriculum.pdf