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Winning House Team

Year 1

Meet The Year One Team

Welcome to Year 1

Year 1 is an exciting year for the children which is full of fun and learning. Our aim is to ensure that the children experience a smooth transition from the Foundation Stage to Key Stage One. The Year 1 curriculum builds upon, and extends, the experiences that children have had in Reception. Learning through play continues to be an important part of the school day, and the children will gradually be eased into more formal learning as the year goes on so that they remain motivated, enthused and eager learners.


We began Year 1 with a whole-school theme of Enterprise before moving on to learning about our own family history in our theme, All About Me. In the second part of the Autumn Term we will learn what materials things are made out of. 

In the Spring Term we will find out about the animal kingdom and the Great Fire of London.  We will also have a whole school themed World Book week and a science week to look forward to. In the Summer Term our focus will be discovering how plants grow before focusing on Traditional Tales and Fairytales. 

Year 1 Curriculum Document


Homework should be fun and take no more than 15 to 20 minutes per night – 'little and often' is a phrase we like to use!
Spellings: Your child will have a list of words to learn which are linked to our learning at school that week. They will be tested each Friday on the words they should have learnt. 
Reading: We are now sending books
 home on a Friday that support the phonics they are learning at school. We expect the children to read daily (or as close to this as possible) with someone at home. Please can these books be returned the following Wednesday. Unfortunately we will not be able to allocate a new book until it has been returned.

Maths: All children have an access code to our online Numbots Game account where we encourage children to log on for 5 minutes each day to practise the recall of key number facts. 

The children have weekly PE lessons, on Wednesdays and Fridays. PE kits can be left on your child’s peg throughout the week and taken home at weekends to wash. We follow the Year 1 PE National Curriculum so your child can develop and deepen a range of physical skills. 

Your child will need to have appropriate PE kit for these sessions: Indoor kit: White T-shirt, blue shorts. Outdoor kit: White T-shirt, blue jogging bottoms/leggings, blue hoodie/zipped jumper, trainers/black pumps. Please could all items be labelled with your child's name. 

Useful Websites

Oxford Owl for School and Home

Oxford Owl is a free website built to support you with your child’s learning. You’ll find age specific reading and maths tips and activities, eBooks, and lots of fun ideas to really bring your child’s learning to life. You will also find support and advice on a range of questions you may have – including helping your child with their phonics, motivating your child to read and ensuring your child is doing their best in maths. 



Here you will find lots of phonic games and ideas to explore with children at home.

Teach Your Monster To Read

Here you will find games to support phonics knowledge and reading.  The children can play this on both a computer and tablet.


Numbots Game

Your child has an account where they can practise the recall of number facts and their fluency of mental addition and subtraction.