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Summer 1 - Past

Want to know what we got up to last half term? Click on Spring 2 below.

Summer 1 is now finished. Want to know what we're getting up to next? Click Summer 2 below.

Madison reading a first draft of her Big Write.

Interventions with Mrs Warnes

Singing with Mr Sands

We have begun to re-draft our Big Writes. We are improving so many skills ready for Y2!

Learning about time this week

Learning about materials in the sun

Can you make a car out of wool?

Welcome back to the start of the Summer term. I hope you all feel nice and rested and are ready for all the exciting things coming up soon! Be sure to check the school calendar and sync it to your mobile device to be kept informed. As always, we will continue to send home weekly learning aims for the week via Marvellous Me and regularly update our class blog to give you a taster of what is happening in school.


Our Learning Challenge this half term is 'Can you make a car out of wool?' and it primarily focused on materials (in Science) and D&T. We will be linking it into our computing curriculum as well as threading it into our maths and literacy sessions where appropriate.


The Year 1 Phonics Screening will take place on the week beginning 12th June. As such, we will be sending home weekly phonics work based on this. The first day back we will be holding a phonics workshop to parents and providing more information. You can find mock resources to practise at home on our 'Spring 2' blog page.


We are joined this half term by Miss Beeden who you'll have met in the last 2 weeks of our previous term. She will be completing her final placement with us. She joined us on our class trip to Manor Farm and for our Easter Crafts Afternoon. I know you'll make her feel as welcome as you did to Miss Morris. 


Miss Grafton

We have found spellings to be the biggest barrier to securing an end of Year 1 level. We will be having a big push on the below spellings (the first half) over the next term. Please practice them at home as additional homework to help support your child.