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Welcome to Year 1!
Croeso i Blwyddyn 1!


The Year 1 team for 2018-2019 is
Mrs Shepperd and Mr Rhodes (1L)
Mrs Flowers (1R)
 Mrs Baker and Miss Barnes (Teaching Assistants)

Miss Lawrence ( ALN Support Teaching Assistant) 


Our current topic is 'Pop Up!'

We will be learning about traditional tales and making pop up mechanisms.

The stories we will focusing on will include Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, The Gingerbread Man, The Three Little Pigs and Goldilocks.


Our P.E day this half term (Spring Term One) is Thursday


Across the school this year, the children will be changing in school for P.E so will need to wear their uniform as usual and bring P.E kit in a bagPlease send children in with their kit in a labelled bag (house colour or white plain t-shirt, dark shorts or joggers, trainers - velcro if possible please.)

Please remove earrings for P.E days. Where this is not possible we ask that you provide micropore tape or plasters so that they can be covered. Long hair should be tied back. As the children are climbing this half term please ensure that their P.E kits do not have hoods on them. 


Forest Schools (Spring Term) 

1R has Forest Schools on a Tuesday.

1L has Forest Schools on a Wednesday.

Please see your letter for your child's dates. 

The children should wear warm clothes and bring wellies in a labelled bag on their Forest Schools day.


We visit the library on a Wednesday or Thursday 
Please return books by the following Wednesday.

We hear the children read at least once a week. They may be called to read on any given day, so please return bags and books on Mondays, in readiness for that week.


Homework will come home via a letter every fortnight (on a Wednesday). 

In addition to this please learn the key words that are regularly sent home for your child.


Please check Twitter for regular updates and photographs- @Year1TPS


If you have any questions please pop in and see us, we are happy to help. 

Thank you for your continued support.


Homework-09.01.19-Learn your address. Take a photograph of your house and bring it into school. Go on a walk around where you live. What things to you notice? (houses, trees, animals, roads etc.) 


smileyBelow there are some games to help your child to develop their maths and reading skills. smiley