Miss Miller and Mrs Hargreave, Mrs Evans and Mrs Smythe.
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Welcome to Year 1
Miss Miller and Mrs Hargreave, Mrs Evans
and Mrs Smythe
Mrs Robinson (who will work with both classes)
Mrs French (for September only)- morning
TBC - afternoon
What does Year 1 look like?
What do we expect?
Year 1 Weekly Timetable
9,20 - 10.25
11.10-12.00 12.00- 1.15
1.15- 2.30 2.30- 2.45
egistration and Springboard
Changing time 1.20-1.30
Letters and sounds
Changing time 1.20-1.30
English Maths Enrichment
Communication BooksThe children will not need their Communication
Books, as they did in Reception (encouraging independence).
Should you wish to discuss anything with us we will be available after school . Parent consultations will take place on Tues 13th and Weds 14th October.
If your child is going home with someone else please send them in with a note in the morning to let us know.
SpringboardAt the start of the day children go straight to
their ‘springboard’ tables and do their morning activity.
Springboard is between 8.50 and 9.30. This is a time for children to practice key areas of their learning e.g. reading, maths etc. It is also a time where interventions will take place – for any gaps in your child’s learning to be addressed.
PE days and Kit PE is on a Monday and Tuesday afternoon. We will still be
doing PE outside each week so please ensure children have weather appropriate kit (i.e. jumpers and tracksuit bottoms).
Changing independently and being responsible for belongings: many children are still finding buttons tricky! Please do not send in laced shoes if your child is not able to lace their shoes independently.
Long hair must be tied back for PE days.
If your child has their ears pierced please make sure that they do not wear earrings on their PE day or can take them out themselves.
Homework Homework will be in the style of project work.
Children are encouraged to read their reading books with an adult every night. Reading Records.
From Term 2 the children will have spellings or letter sounds sent home to practise and learn.
We encourage the children to use the Bailey’s Court Website to practise key skills and develop their learning at home through interactive games and activities.
Other Ways To Help At Home
• Counting in 10s, 2s and 5s• Counting forwards and backwards from a given
number• Looking at money e.g. when at the shops• Encourage interesting vocabulary such as
describing words• Lots of reading!
Other key pointsBook changing day.
Fruit and water.
Uniform and jewellery.
Show and Tell – only special items e.g. swimming badges