Welcome to the Year One Class Page
The Year One Team would like to welcome all children, parents and carers.
The children in Year 1 are taught by
Mrs Jess Devanny and Mrs Debra Dean - Goldfinch Class
Mrs Kim Webb - Kingfisher Class
Mr Jack Smith - School Direct Trainee Teacher
They receive learning support from
Mrs Cattermole, Mrs Merrick-Weaver
and Mrs Nicholls
They are taught during PPA by
Mrs Roberts and Mrs Sedgwick
Our School Meal Supervisor is
Please check the website regularly as we will put photos of all the special activities we have been doing here for you to see.
Please remember that we have an 'open-door' policy so do pop in if you have a question or query - after school is usually more convenient.
Term 4 - Iggy Peck Architect
The children have absolutely embraced this project and we have many budding architects, engineers and builders in Year 1! We have carefully taught the children to use the tools and materials, being very mindful of safety as well as not being wasteful. They are now loving having the opportunity to design and make a multitude of models and toys. Watch this space for photos of the finished items!
Autumn Term 2019
We are delighted to welcome your children into Year 1 and to begin to get to know you all. We have worked hard to prepare the classrooms and have planned many exciting activities to start the term off with. Our first project is 'What's up Pussy Cat' and the children will learn all about different pets and how to look after them. For the first couple of weeks, we will keep the structure of the day very similar to what the children experienced in Reception, and you will gradually notice a few changes as we challenge and inspire the children towards greater things. Please see our termly newsletter (below) which explains more...
Each week, you will receive a copy of our Weekly News, which keeps you up to date with key events in Year One. It also includes a short, practical maths homework task that we would like you to complete with your child. If you are looking for ways to support your child with their learning at home, the most important thing is to read to, and with your child every day.
Please do come and say 'hello' and do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions.
Please see the Termly Newsletter which explains more...
Please also scroll down to find the latest edition of our Weekly News.