Welcome ToYear 1
Welcome to Year 1!
This year we have lots of fun, exciting topics and trips to look forward to and we cannot wait to get started!
The teachers in Year One are:
Mrs Gabbitas (Assistant Head teacher) Teaching Y1 Monday and Tuesday
Miss Hughes (Wednesday-Friday)
The Teaching Assistants are:
Miss Colnic (Wednesday and Thursday)
Our PE day is Monday.
Please ensure that PE kits are brought in on Monday so the children are properly prepared for the week. These can be left for the half term. At times we may go outside for PE, a warm jacket or jumper may be beneficial during the colder temperatures. Please ensure that all PE kit is labelled clearly with your child’s name, including plimsolls.
Although we try to make sure kit goes home with the right child, this is sometimes a struggle and misplaced kit can be located in the lost property cupboard on the KS1 corridor.
Home Learning menus are given out at the start of every half term highlighting activities and projects the children can complete based on their current learning. These are optional and not all tasks need to be completed. Children will have the opportunity to share their learning with the rest of their peers in merit assemblies on Fridays. Children can also share their learning on class dojo.
Our PPA is on a Thursday afternoon. During this time children will be taught by;
Mrs Ahmed and Miss Willis
Staff Working in Year 1 this year
Teacher: Mrs R Gabbitas
Teacher: Miss L Crossley
Teacher: Miss R Hughes
Camelia Colnic (T-F)
Nicola Myers (Year 1/2)
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This term we have some very exciting learning. Firstly we will be learning all about ourselves and other animals through Science. We hope to visit the Butterfly House later this term. This first-hand experience should help us to continue to develop our observational and identifying and classifying skills which will link into our work as scientists. We will also be learning all about our local area and the differences between rural and urban living. As historians we will develop our understanding of power and privilege by taking a closer look at King Henry VIII and the Tudor times.
Year 1 Letters