Year 1

Year 1

 

Class Teacher: Miss Wright

Teaching Assistants: Mrs James, Mrs Dibden

 

Click to download the Year 1 Curriculum : Year 1 Curriculum Letter – Spring 2019

Useful websites for Year 1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1  – An excellent site good for maths, literacy, phonics,
topic and science.

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk   –  Great for phonic games, some are free
without having to subscribe.

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk – A fabulous all round site covering all areas of the
curriculum

http://www.ictgames.com – Has phonics, literacy and maths games

http://www.learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org – Great site for phonics,
literacy, speaking and listening. It is really good for songs and rhymes.

Have a look below to see what we have been up to!

 

2018-19

 

Literacy

 

Literacy-1

We have been learning about Guy Fawkes and the events from Bonfire Night in literacy. We created freeze frames for each part of the story to show our understanding.

Then, we did a ‘conscience alley’ to decide whether Guy Fawkes did the right or the wrong thing. We tried to persuade each other to come to our sides.

PHSE in Year 1

 

PHSE Circle Time-min

Year One have been doing amazing PHSE work. We have been celebrating each other’s similarities and differences. Here is Year One during their circle time discussing how we are similar and different in our tastes, our likes, our dislikes and our opinions.

Music in Year 1

 

This week in music, we followed the theme of ‘waves’ as we have been learning about Tiddler.

First, we did some acting and pretended to be a wave. Then, we watched a clip of waves crashing and had to listen to the change in volume as the wave drew back and then crashed. It was very quiet as the wave settled and drew back and it got louder as it rolled and crashed to the shore. We moved our hands together and apart to show the change in volume as we watched the waves.

Once we were confident understanding the change in volume of the waves, we got the instruments out. We sat in groups with different instruments and Mrs Hills was the conductor. We had to watch really carefully to when she pointed at each group because that meant we could play and when she pointed at us again, we had to stop. The volume of the instruments built up like the wave and then went back down again. We were brilliant at watching and listening to the instructions!