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Year 1


Please scroll down to the rainbows to find a new page that contains a selection of work and online learning to be completed at home.

Please also refer to our 'Maths resources', 'Phonics and reading resources', 'Writing resources' and each of the teachers' spelling pages for further activities and spelling practise.

Class 1M is taught by Miss Mills.

Class 1K is taught by Mr Kirby.

Class 1H is taught by Miss Hodges.

Our teaching assistants in Year 1 are Mrs Broomes, Mrs Bhathal, Mrs Pedley and Miss Morris.

Miss Patterson also teaches 1H on a Monday afternoon.

Here you will find useful information and links for homework activities, school projects, events and other exciting things that are happening in our year group this year.

Our newsletter page below provides you with further information about what will be taught and occurring across the curriculum in each term of the academic school year.

Our transition booklet below will answer all of your questions about the curriculum in Year 1 and what is expected by teachers.

If you have any questions about how you can further support your child transitioning from EYFS to KS1, please speak to your child's class teacher. They will be more than happy to help. 

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 Spring Term Curriculum Topic

'Where in the world'

Our aim is to provide the children with a stimulating and enriching learning experience across the curriculum. This may include meeting special visitors, trips in and around the local area as well as further afield and some outdoor learning experiences.

‘Where in the world' has a Geography focus, however the children will still have aspects of Art, Science and History taught to provide them with a rich and engaging curriculum experience in school. We will also be continuing to provide the children with Music lessons once a week that focus on playing tuned and un-tuned instruments, in particular dynamics and pitch.

The children will be developing their knowledge and understanding about Geography as a whole, why it is important and why we learn about the world around us. The children will learning about the difference between human geography and physical geography. Also the children will learn about the importance of maps and where different countries the UK and even the world are on and globes. 

Our big questions

1. How is the landscape different in Lyme Regis to Streetly?

(physical geography)

2. What are the similarities and differences between jobs in Lyme Regis and Streetly?

(human geography)


Writing is a fantastic way for children to express their thoughts, creativity and uniqueness.

It is also an essential way for children to organise their ideas and become better readers.

The pdf document below is a helpful tool for parents and carers to use at home to help develop their children's writing even further. The activities included can be used and applied across all year groups.


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