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Welcome to Year 1!

The transition from Reception to Year 1 can be daunting for many children, but at St John’s we ensure all our children are well prepared for the changes so they can embrace their learning both confidently and positively. Our class have settled in fantastically well and we will update this page regularly to show some of the exciting things we do each week.

 

The focus in Year 1 is on developing and working towards mastering the basic skills of reading, writing and maths. Our mornings are spent covering the core areas of phonics, maths and English. Afternoons enable the children to embed these essential skills through engaging with the wider curriculum areas of science, geography, history, R.E, music, design and technology, art and P.E. Each term we will focus on a ‘theme’. Our first theme is ‘Farm to Fork’ which is detailed in the long term planner (LTP) linked below. We will be learning about where food comes from,how it is produced, how it gets from fields/ factories to our shops and what ‘harvest’ means. 

 

Our teachers are Mrs Beresford and Mrs Weatherburn (Thursdays), with the support of Mrs Stott and Mrs Khan.

Year 1 Long Term Plan

Timetable of useful information

 

 

 

Monday

 

Tuesday

Books changed

Wednesday

 

Thursday

PE with Coach Sean

Friday

PE / spelling test / spellings sent home / books changed

Autumn Term 2

Autumn Term 2 1

What does the word ‘Wild’ mean to you Year 1?

What does the word ‘Wild’ mean to you Year 1? 1

Autumn Term 1

Autumn Term 1 1
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Design and Technology Week W/C 14.10.19

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Design and Technology Week W/C 14.10.19 2
Design and Technology Week W/C 14.10.19 3

Theme: Farm to Fork

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Theme: Farm to Fork  2

Science: Plants - we collected leaves and made our own tree!

Science: Plants - we collected leaves and made our own tree! 1

Enjoying Practical Maths...

PE and Netball Skills...

Sequencing the narrative of Beegu is tricky...

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