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Remember "Jeans for Genes day" - Thursday 1st October 2020

Good afternoon,

Just a quick reminder for the children to come in to school tomorrow (Wednesday 23rd September) wearing their school uniform and not P.E kit as the school photographer will be taking their photos. 


Many thanks


Year 1 team

Dear Parents, Welcome to Year 1!


The children have made an amazing start to the new school year and have settled brilliantly! You can be very proud of them as they are all doing such a fantastic job!  It has been great to welcome them back after the summer break.

Year 1 information and overview of the Curriculum.


Mr Stuckey

Mrs Fitch and Mrs Turner


A homework folder will be sent home every Thursday. Homework folders are due back in the following Tuesday.


Show & Tell and Reading days are on the class windows.


P.E. day is Wednesday. P.E. kit to be worn on the day.


Please email me if you have any questions or concerns:


Websites for Children 


Here are some online resources for your child to access from home. 


This is a great website with interactive games and resources to support the teaching of phonics.


This website has lots of interactive maths games.


Another great website with suggestions for maths-related games and activities.


The Oxford Owl website has games and activities to support English and Maths.


Twinkl is used regularly in school and has a wealth of resources to support learning across the curriculum. They are offering free membership at the moment.


Numberblocks episodes can be found on YouTube and iPlayer. A great educational maths programme.


This website has links to various apps which can be downloaded from the App Store.


These are the Jolly Phonics songs in the order they are taught.


These are various songs which can be found on YouTube which the children enjoy.



Here are the Phase 2- Phase 5 sounds to practise at home.


Here also are some letter and number formation sheets. 

Here are the first 100 words. When your child can read the first 100 words on sight, they can begin to spell them.