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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1's Class Page! Here you will be able to find out about the learning we are enjoying in school, as well as keeping up to date with important information about the class. The children have made a fantastic start to Year 1  and we are so proud of how well they are adapting to the structure and routines. They are certainly rising to the challenge! Thank you for your support at home - if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school office (admin@olol.org.uk) and I will get back to you as soon as I can!

 

Miss Bennett 

 

 

YEAR 1'S CLASS MISSION 

Month of Hope Project - November 2020

Remote Learning for children in isolation - Term 2 Week 4


Phonics - Practise your sounds with me daily by joining in with the videos. Click here
Important Information 

'Meet the Teacher' presentation

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PE Days 

Mondays and Wednesdays. Please send your child to school in their PE kit on these days.

 

No Forest School in Term 2.

 

Home Learning 

Home learning is designed to support the children in practising core spelling, number and handwriting skills, as well as including ideas for enrichment at home!

Home Learning will be sent out each Friday, to be returned every Wednesday

 

Phonics Information - including videos to help with pronouncing sounds.  Click here

 

Reading 

Children have now been set up on our new reading scheme.

Reading for pleasure -  Click on the document below if you need help finding books that your child will enjoy.

Term 1 

 

 

English 

 

Focus text - Here We Are 

 

 

In Year 1 we have used Oliver Jeffers' text to help us re-engage with school life after a prolonged period of time at home.  Jeffers wrote this heartfelt book for his son. It is thought provoking and enables children to make sense of their world and their role in it. He creates awe and wonder about the world we live in which helps us to truly appreciate our 'shared home' and the special people in our lives. 

 

In our writing, we wrote leaflets to an alien who has not visited planet Earth, explaining what he would be able to see and do here.

We reflected on our experiences during forest school to write our own poems, based on 'Out and About' By Shirley Hughes. 

We wrote notes for the new Reception children about how to live on Planet Earth. 

We learned the words to the song 'What a Wonderful World' By Louis Armstrong and thought about their meaning. We then considered all the things that we seen in the book and in our own lives to decide what we think is wonderful about the world and created our own version of the song. 

 

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