Welcome to 1​B​​​​



The children have PE on Wednesday and Thursday. Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school (T-shirt, shorts and pumps/trainers) and that all items are clearly labelled with their name. We encourage children to practise getting dressed at home to help them get changed independently in school.
Snack is 20p a day (or £1 a week) for a piece of fruit in the morning.
Free fruit is provided in the afternoon.

Reading books:

Please read with your child every night and bring book bags into school every day. Books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Water bottles:

The children are allowed to bring in a water bottle to keep in class which they can access throughout the day. It is school policy however, that drinks must be water only. Please make sure your child's name is written clearly on their water bottle.
Please ensure that your child does not bring in toys from home as we have found that these are often the cause of upset, especially if they are lost or damaged. The only exception to this is on FRIDAY when children may bring in an appropriate item for Show and Tell.
If someone different is to collect your child at the end of the day, please let me know.  
Thank you for your support.
Miss Pugh :)

Year 1 Expectations Booklet for Parents



​Our Topic is...                                                        Information-about-Africa-for-kids.jpg

Amazing Africa!


​Our topic is titled 'Amazing Africa'

The children have been enjoying our topic so far and look forward to continuing with it in the Summer Term. 

We will be creating stories, listening to African poems and music and creating some amazing African art!

84605f4cb868f0bc3853ebe27597acda.jpgWe will also be looking at similarities and differences between the life of a child in an African Primary School and our life in the United Kingdom.

In Maths we will be counting numbers to 100, forwards and backwards and also in  multiples of 2, 5 and 10. 

We will be adding and subtracting 1 digit and 2 digit numbers to 20 and solving one-step problems that involve addition and subtraction.​