Welcome to Robins Class Page!
Mrs Howell is your class teacher and Miss Watts is your teaching assistant.
Mrs Lock will be teaching you on a Thursday.
Welcome back Robins! We are looking forward to seeing you all!
On this page, I have included the timetable and a curriculum plan for the year so that you can see what we will be learning about. I have also attached the spellings that you will need to know by the end of Year 1. We will of course be learning these in school but it is always beneficial to practise these regularly at home also.
Timetable: Please click here.
Curriculum Overview: Please click here.
Year 1 Spellings: Please click here.
A few things to note
Timetable: Due to the current circumstances we will now have our morning playtime 15 minutes earlier, at 10:30am. Our lunchtime and afternoon playtime will remain the same, at 12:00pm and 2:00pm respectively. Fruit is provided as a snack. If you would like to order milk for your child, please speak to the office.
PE: Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Please come to school dressed in PE kit and trainers on these days. It may also be a good idea to have a plastic bag for your muddy trainers.
Reading: Reading remains a very important part of KS1 and the expectation is to read at least five times a week to an adult at home. Please ensure the reading record is signed each time. Books will be changed on a Tuesday and a Friday and old books will be quarantined for 72 hours before going back on to shelves.
Homework: Homework will be set on a Friday via the Learn Platform. It will be due back in on the following Tuesday. Phonics and Maths will be on a rotational basis.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask : ) .
15.3.21 & 16.3.21
To celebrate British Science Week, Robins had a great time making 'Flitter Jars' and using them to explore shadows with torches.
As a reward for working so hard at home, Robins had fun playing on the PE equipment in the hall.
This week, we have started to look at the story 'Beegu' which will be our class text for the rest of the term. So far, we have written what we think the story is about, just by looking at the front cover and have also answered questions about different pages in the book.