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Year 1 – Ahlberg and Inkpen

Welcome to Year 1 

 

 

Look out for our new curriculum newsletter!

 

As discussed with parents at out phonics evening, we are sending home a phonics pack as holiday homework. The pack practices sounds that are proving troublesome for many children. There is a mixture of activities and games. Completion of the pack will supplement your child's phonics learning and support them in achieving the phonics screening check next term.  Any questions, please ask your child's class teacher. 

 

We wish you a lovely half term break! Fingers crossed the sun keeps shining! 

Curriculum News Summer Term 1 

(W/C  2017)

 

Literacy  

 

Maths

 

 

Homework game http://www.mathplayground.com/number_bonds_20.html 

Curriculum Newsletter

Home Learning

 

Maths

'What's the Time Mr Wolf' game to tell the time to o'clock. https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/interactive_ks1_maths_wolf 

 

My Maths 

www.mymaths.co.uk 

We try to set My Maths task weekly, however there is not always a task that supports the classroom learning. Therefore we only set tasks where they are relevant. We will notify the children when a task has been set. 

 

Number bonds to 20 game http://www.mathplayground.com/number_bonds_20.html

 

Daily reading

Reading record books are checked for notes to teachers and if the book needs changing every day. This year’s record books are for recording home reading, unlike previous year’s communication books that were used for all other messages and correspondence. 

 

Phonics

Games and activities to do at home. www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

Spellings, are sent home weekly. 

 

 

Year 's sighting of a spaceship and they left behind an alien egg...

Year 1 Christingle Service 30th November 2016

Year 1 Christingle Service 30th November 2016 1

Braywick Nature Reserve Trip Wednesday 4th November

Roald Dahl Day

Roald Dahl Day  1

Book Reviews

 

To develop a love for reading, children are encouraged to talk about the literature they have read, or listened to. This could be discussing their likes and dislikes of the book. Making links to character experiences and  feelings and their own experiences and feelings. 

Follow up tasks could include:

  • Book reviews
  • Draw your favourite part of the story
  • Retell the story / sequence the story
  • Retell the story and change a part / character / setting
  • Write your own version of the story
  • List some questions that you would ask the character if you met them (hot seating)
  • Character descriptions / profiles 
  • Create a new character for the story

Curriculum Evening Presentation

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