Our teacher is Mrs Robson and Mrs Hewitson is our Teaching Assistant.
Year one have been busy this term enjoying a range of exciting activities: a scavenger hunt in science; jungle animal dances in PE and retelling stories about of the life of Jesus using puppets.
Some useful resources supporting your child’s learning
|The Magic Key||Five and six year olds will love these literacy games. Set around the Oxford Reading Tree characters, children can practise where the full stops and capital letters go and have fun too.|
|Barnaby Bear||Two good stories for children about this well known character who spends his life visiting different places. The stories help to develop children’s understanding about how places differ.|
|Phonics Play||A site packed with interactive phonics games, phonics planning, assessment ideas and many teaching ideas and resources to help children to learn to hear phonemes, recognise graphemes and develop the blending and segmenting skills that are vital for learning to read and spell.|
|Sebastian Swan||Eight simple stories about animals, beautifully illustrated with digital photographs. This is a particularly popular website which has been created by Kent County Council.|
|ICT Games||A huge range of mathematical games that focus on supporting pupils’ understanding of different areas covered in the Key Stage 1 mathematics curriculum.|
|Higher Lower||A great site for helping children to put numbers in order of size. There are two set of activities: the easiest ones on the left should be chosen for this age group.|
|Spooky numbers||Send the ghosts back to the den by finding the missing number in a simple sequence. A simple activity that assists children to understand how to count forwards and backwards in units of ten.|
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