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Year 1NL

Mrs Lundqvist - Class Teacher

 

Ms Grainger - Class Teacher

Miss Doody - Teaching Assistant

Mr Stevenson - PE Coach

Ms Heathfield - Reading Specialist Teacher

Mrs Hinchcliffe - Literacy Support Assistant

Miss Styan - Maths Specialist Teacher

 

Welcome back!!!

In Year One this term our learning challenge is 'Am I an animal?'

There is a science and PSHE focus to this learning challenge. The children will be exploring their five senses and labelling the body. The children will be discussing their feelings and how to develop a good growth mindset.

 

 

 

 If you if you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to speak to any member of the Year One Team. 

     

 

Reading

Year One children learn to have a phonetic approach to their reading through daily phonic lessons.  Children learn sounds made by a letter or letters before blending the sounds together (from left to right) to read a word.  

Guided Reading sessions help develop fluent reading, aid comprehension skills and enable children to read for enjoyment.

Children may select a book to take home from our well resourced School Library.

Children are able to choose their own reading books to take home.

We have a cosy reading corner in the classroom.

 

Learning Challenges

 

  Learning Challenges are used to link the teaching and learning of all subjects as well as provide an exciting, engaging and interesting curriculum. 

Year One children will be presented with the Learning Challenges: 

 

Am I an animal?

Why do Christians celebrate Christmas?

What grows from a seed?

Do leaves fall in Spring?

Can an alien land in Stockport?

Who is LS Lowry?

Who would live in a house like this?

 

 

 

Keeping Fit

Mr Stevenson leads an outdoor PE session on Monday.

Mrs Lundqvist teaches Gymnastics, Dance or Games on Friday.

 

Use the links below to find resources we use at school.

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