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Information for parents about the Y1 Phonics screening check. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!

Welcome to our class.
The class teacher is Mrs Dwyer & our teaching assistant is Miss King.

 

We send reading books home daily so please make sure your child has a waterproof book bag, please read with your child each night and sign their reading record, they will then be given a new book.

 

P.E. and games are on Mondays and we ask you to leave their kit in school until half term when it can be taken home and washed. 

 

To see what your children will be learning about this term look at the ‘curriculum pages’ on this website for curriculum overviews in all subjects. If you require any further information please see the class teacher.

 

This half term, our question is:
'Why aren't tigers like humans?'

 

Y1 Family Learning Science Workshop

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A HUGE thank you to all the parents & grandparents who came and joined in with our wonderful science afternoon! The children had the opportunity to try out lots of investigations; sorting light sources; magnets; making things float; friction; using their senses to smell & feel; making animals with KNex and lots more!

We had a brilliant day at the Anglican Cathedral! We learnt lots of new things and did lots of lovely activities about the Easter story. Here are some pictures of us enjoying the activities. A huge well done to the children for their wonderful behaviour!

World Book Day 2017 - What a fantastic day!

We had a brilliant afternoon at Croxteth Park. We looked at all the different trees and discussed which were evergreen tress and which were deciduous tress. We also thought about how the trees have change through the seasons and we enjoyed looking at all of the autumn leaves.

We learned all about why we wear poppies, we all added some red collage materials and worked together to make a giant poppy. We also took part in a 2 minute silence.

We learned all about why we wear poppies, we all added some red collage materials and worked together to make a giant poppy. We also took part in a 2 minute silence. 1

We enjoyed our visit from Rose. We learned a lot about road safety!

Our Reading Champion.

Our Reading Champion. 1

What we do to help children stay safe on the internet:

  • teach children how to use a camera (digital and on ipad) and how to be respectful of people by the way they take photographs and what they do with them
  • use a safe search engine (google for kids)
  • teach children what 'personal information' is and why they should not put this on the internet
  • teach children what the internet is
  • teach children to TELL if they see something they don't like on the internet
  • talk about behaving nicely like they would in real life
  • learn songs to remember these ways to stay safe

You can support your child by ALWAYS being present when they are on the internet.

Talk to them about the sites they visit and games they play - BE INVOLVED.

REMEMBER you are responsible for your child's safety at all times.

 

You can access some of the resources we use in class via this page.

 

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