Wednesday Evening - New Reception Children Sept 2023 Induction meeting for parents/carers Parent/Child Lunch Thursday for those booked in - YR to Y2 parents 12 noon, Y3-6 parents 12.30pm Sports Day Friday - 10.45-11.45 Early Years, 1pm Years1-6
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Year 1

Welcome to our Year 1 page where you can find out more about what is happening in our class.


Year 1 has PE on Monday and a Swimming lesson on Thursday.


If you have any questions or would like to contact the class team please email or call the school office on 01252 328589 to leave a message. Alternatively, you can fill in the contact form.

Our Class Novels

Half Term Project Details and Homework Ideas – Playtime!


Help your child prepare for their project

The new projects run for the fist half of the Summer term. Homework contributions can be made throughout the half term, please make sure your child brings in something that they have worked on at home by Friday 19th May. 


Below are some ideas that you might like to try. We always love to see your homework projects, if you have a different idea that’s wonderful!


1. Organise the stages of human life into the correct order on a timeline. adult baby elderly toddler teenager child.

2. Use magazines, books and family photographs to find out how humans change as they grow. Look for people at different stages of life, including baby, toddler, child, teenager, adult and elderly. Draw a picture and write a sentence about each stage of human life.

 3. Ask someone in your family what you were like as a baby and look at your baby photographs. Make a list of things that can you do now that you couldn’t do then.

4. Speak to older members of your family to find out how their childhoods were similar to or different from yours. Ask them about a range of topics, such as toys, food, home and school. Draw pictures or write some sentences to record what they say.

5. Write a list of the people in your family. How many people are there? Can you remember all their names? How are they related to you?

6. Make an information poster about your family. Share your poster with someone in your family for feedback.

7. Think of a special event from your family’s history. It could be a birthday or another special celebration. Draw a picture to show what happened and write a sentence about it. These activities are for you to do at home with an adult. You can do all of them or choose the ones that you find most interesting.

8. Here are some pictures of toys that were popular in the past. Name each toy and write a sentence to say how these toys are different from the toys that you play with.

9. Ask an adult to help you to find photographs of your local area in the 1950s. Look carefully at the photographs and talk together about how the area has changed and what is different from how it looks now, including transport, shops, people and houses.

10. Finish your home learning by writing some sentences or explaining to an adult what you have learned about childhood today and in the past.


Useful websites: How do humans change during their lifetime? – BBC Bitesize V&A Museum of Childhood Good reads



Little Wandle is our phonics scheme.  Here is the link to explore more of what this looks like for your child.

School Council

School Councillor - Prince (Year 6)

Class Reps:  Dylan, Lexi

Charity: Water Aid (Donate here)

Class Assembly Dates

Here are the dates for our class sharing assemblies this year, we hope you will come and join us at 9am in the hall.

  • 3rd February 2023
  • 23rd June 2023


Year 1 also take part in the Nativity Performances on 13th and 14th December 2022

Year 1 Trips and Events:

  • Year 1 will be having a Dinosaur Workshop in school on Thursday 10th November 2022.
  • Marwell Zoo Thursday 25th May 2023.
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