Welcome to Year 1!
Our Class Teacher is Alicia Johnson and our Learning Support Assistant is Blanche Gilmartin.
- Year 1 programme of study - Maths (106.05KB)
Year 1 Knowledge Organisers
Please see our Knowledge Organisers for this Academic Year. These Knowledge Organisers are a snap shot of our learning that takes place in units of work across English, Maths, History / Geography and Science. Please use them at home to quiz your child on their learning and see how much knowledge they can remember.
Year 1 Family Learning Projects
Please see the Family Learning Projects for your child in Year 1. There is a Family Learning Project per half term and they are linked to our learning adventures in class. See how many of the tasks you and your family can complete.
Year 1 Curriculum Leaflets
Please see our Curriculum Leaflets for this academic year. These Curriculum Leaflets aim to provide you with key information regarding your child’s learning and curriculum each half term.
Using Positional LanguageIn Maths, Year One have been using our new learning on shapes to support our use of positional language. We worked in pairs, looking at a picture made up of shapes and then describing these to our partners. Without seeing the picture, our partners had to draw a picture using our descriptions. We used language such as: next to, on top of, below, to the right/left, underneath and beside.
SubtractionIn Maths this week, we have been learning how to subtract numbers from within 10. We have used our prior learning of ‘part whole models’ to support our understanding of subtraction.This lesson was especially exciting as we were able to draw on the tables using whiteboard pens! We drew big part whole models on the tables and used counting animals to represent the whole number and the part we were taking away.Now we are subtracting superstars!
Terrible TusksThis week in English, Year 1 have been reading ‘Gruffalo crumble’ a recipe book. We have been learning about instructions – focussing on the language and structure used.Today, we followed some instructions from a recipe called ‘Terrible Tusks’. We washed and peeled different fruits, cut them and then placing them onto a straw to create fruit kebabs. We had lots of fun!