YEAR 1Mrs Allom, Mrs Commons and Mr Lyon
Spring Term 2019
A huge welcome back after the holidays. We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
Here are just a few little changes that we are making to the Year 1 curriculum.
We will soon be starting to give out weekly spellings. A short list will be sent out on a Friday for a ‘test’ the following Friday. We try to learn an easy pattern linked to the spellings.
We are also going to introduce ‘homework’. This will be based on a ‘Creative Curriculum’ rather than formal sheets every week. Children will be given a topic idea each half term and then lots of ideas of things you might like to do over a number of weeks. This half term it will be based on ‘France’. At a given date, we will gather in all of the exciting things that have been done and share them with parents and carers.
We will also start hosting ‘Family Friday’ sessions now and again. This is where adults are invited in on a Friday afternoon to join in with activities in the class. It is always great fun and often just a little bit messy! Get your creative heads thinking!
Look out for extra information and dates coming about the various things we’ve got coming up.
Please bring in your reading folders on your reading days as some are forgetting regularly. We will also be handing out a Read Write Inc Set 2 and 3 sounds yellow book, which you can practise at home, which will support your child in their Phonics Screening Test in June.
Sorry this seems like a huge amount of information. Please don’t hesitate to come and see us if there is anything you are unsure about.
The children in Year 1 along with those from Early Years and Year 2 had a great Sports Day. The sun shone down on us and everyone enjoyed the event. We had lots of races, including running, space hopper race, skipping and long distance. What brilliant...
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The whole school took part in a National day called Empty Classroom Day. The sun shone and everyone had a great time. Loads of fun and exciting projects were happening in the outside areas of school. The whole school enjoyed a picnic together for lunch which was...
Hurray the sun is shining for Empty Classroom Day. We are really looking forward to seeing what all the classes get up to today as well as a whole school picnic for lunch.
The fire brigade came to visit children in Year 1 to teach them about fire safety. Some of us got to try on their uniform. It was very big! Did you know you can get a free smoke detector for your home by contacting the fire brigade? (don't use 999 number)
Year 1 did a great investigation trying to blow square bubbles. They made their own bubble wands in different shapes, then tried to blow the bubbles. Guess what they found out!
Year 1 have dug up their potatoes for the competition. We grew 532 grammes of Rocket variety and have submitted our results. Lets see how we do in the competition. What a super size potato!!! We were awarded a certificate for taking part, then enjoyed eating our...
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Children in Year 1 along with the rest of the school and the adults too all wore their pyjamas today at school. This was all in aid of charity. Donations made will be split between the guide dog charity and also 'Day for Change' which supports food growing in poorer...
Year 1 walked down to Kells Lane park to do their science lesson this week. They were learning all about forces, so did some work on pushes, pulls, twists and turns, and finding out about springs. They all had great fun and enjoyed a little bit of play too.
Some of the children from Year 1 and 2 have been enjoying football club with Mrs Taylor and Miss McMahon on a Monday after school.
Everyone at Glynwood came to school without their uniforms on today. Here are the Year 1s looking great.