In Class 3, we have Miss Gillin as our class teacher. In Class 4, we have Miss Gronow as our class teacher.
We are very lucky to have Mrs Hunter, Mrs Mavers and Mrs Mills helping us in our year group.
Keep checking our page for updated information.
We have PE on Monday and Wednesday. Please be aware that children no longer get changed in school. Therefore, on Mondays and Wednesdays, please ensure children come to school wearing their PE tops and shorts under black tracksuit bottoms (or black leggings) with, either a black tracksuit top/hoodie or their school jumper, and trainers.
Children should bring the following into school:
– a coat (labelled clearly with their name)
– a water bottle (labelled clearly with their name)
– a book to read throughout the day
As we are focusing on developing the children’s independence and sense of responsibility, please remind your child that they are responsible for looking after their belongings. We thank you for your continued support with this.
Your child’s homework tasks will be uploaded onto Seesaw every Thursday. This will usually include a set of weekly spellings and another piece of homework (which will be either maths or English based), to be completed for the following Wednesday. Maths homework will be completed on MyMaths and English based homework will be completed on LiteracyPlanet.
In school, your child will have a spelling test every Wednesday morning and will be tested on the spellings that they have been learning that week.
All Year 1 children will receive two e-books once a week.
Click here to access Reading Planet: Reading Planet
User guide for Reading Planet: Parent And Pupil Guide To Reading Planet
In addition to this, we encourage you to allow your child to explore different texts. This could include reading fiction books, non-fiction books, magazines, comics or even listening to stories (there are lots of videos on YouTube and CBeebies iPlayer of stories being read aloud). Whatever interests them!
In addition to promoting a love of reading and developing fluency, there are 6 key reading skills that we aim to develop by the end of KS1 –
- Drawing on knowledge of vocabulary to understand texts
- Identifying/explaining key aspects of fiction and non-fiction texts, such as characters, events, titles and information
- Identifying and explaining the sequence of events in texts
- Making inferences from the text
- Predicting what might happen on the basis of what has been read so far
- Sharing and explaining their thoughts and opinions on texts.
To develop these skills, we ask children questions about the text that they have read or heard. You may find it useful to keep a record of the books your child has read and their responses to the questions you have asked them.
Keep checking the website for more information about what you can expect this year and to keep up to date with what is going on in Year 1.
Year 1 Long Term Plan: Childwall CE Primary School Long Term Planner – Year 1
Keeping safe online
Due to the current situation, children will be spending more time online to learn, to play or to keep in touch with friends or family. We want to keep them as safe as possible.
Please click on the link below to access some information about the latest apps such as Zoom and TikTok.
Thank you for visiting our Home Learning section. Here you will find information about Home Learning. Please check every day to see any updates.
If Home Learning is required for our Year 1 bubble, a range of activities and tasks will be set each day on SeeSaw to be completed at home.
All of the lessons and resources will be accessed from Seesaw. This will enable you to have all of the home learning activities on one platform and it will enable teachers to view and comment on the children’s work. Seesaw can be accessed on most devices. If, however, you need support or assistance with using this platform, please email email@example.com and we will be more than happy to help.
Recording Written Work: Many of the tasks will involve written work of some sort. There is no set way of recording the written work. Please do not feel that you need to print off the worksheets; you can record your work on sheets of paper. Keep all of your Home Learning work together in your pink Home Learning book; just remember to write the date on each piece of work. Remember to send us pictures of your work on SeeSaw! If your pink Home Learning book is full, use any notebook or folder to keep your work together.
In addition to the work set on Seesaw, please provide opportunities for daily reading, spelling and phonics practise. You can access your child’s assigned e-books on Reading Planet. Some useful links can be found below:
Literacy Planet Website