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Welcome to Year 1

Croeso I Blwyddyn 1

 

 

Mrs Churchill is your teacher.

Miss George will be helping out in class too.

 

This term our topic for learning is "Pop Up."

 

This project has a Design Technology focus and teaches children how to make cards using simple mechanisms and a range of different materials. Children will learn how to write and re-tell traditional fairy tales. Children will have lots of fun designing, making and writing pop up wedding invitations to prince Charming and Cinderella's wedding.

 

Here is a timetable of our weekly routines:

 

Monday

Reading books returned to school.

Milk and fruit money payable weekly - £1

 

Forest School - please ensure that all children are dressed suitably . Warm clothes, gloves and hats in cold weather, wellies etc.

 

Thursday

P.E. -  please could you ensure that your child has suitable clothing to change in to - shorts, t-shirt.

 

Friday

Reading books will be sent home. Please take time to listen to your child read and return it to school on Monday.

Library books will also be sent home on a Friday. Please take time to share the book with your child.

 

Class page on the school website will be up-dated with information on the learning of the week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 This week we have been:

 

  • learning about subtraction
  • writing stories about dragons
  • looking for textures in the park
  • investigating the textures and temperature of different materials
  • writing about our trip in welsh
  • celebrating the Diwali festival
Picture 1

This term in literacy we will be continuing to learn our letter sounds. We will be learning to spell high frequency words and topic words. We will have daily handwriting practice to reinforce spelling. We will also be learning how to write a set of instructions and a recount of our trip,  (we hope to visit Castell Coch.)

In maths, we will be learning to count, recognise and write numbers to 100.

We will be reading Welsh fairy tales and learning how to write a recount in Welsh.

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