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Year 1- St. Anthony- Miss Phillips

Welcome to Year 1 - St Anthony

 

 

Class Teacher: Miss Phillips
Support staff: Mrs Glover
 

 

 

A Typical Day in Year 1

 

Year 1’s Daily Routine

8.45-9am

Doors open- morning activity

9am-9.10am

Register and morning prayer

9.10am-9.30am

Phonics

9.30am-10.30am

English

10.30am-10.45am

Break and snack

10.45am-11am

Guided Reading

11am-12pm

Maths

12pm-1pm

Lunch

1pm-1.15pm

Handwriting

1.30pm-3pm

RE/PE/TOPIC/Science/Music/Computing/PSHE

3pm- 3.08pm

Shared class story

3.08pm-3.10pm

End of day prayer

Reading Books Please read at home with your child and sign the reading record when you have read. Regrettably we are unable to change school reading books until the previous books have been returned and the reading record is signed.
   
P.E. Days Our indoor P.E. day is Friday and our outdoor P.E. day is Thursday. P.E. kits should be kept in school at all times. We will send them home over the school holidays. Long hair needs to be tied back . 
Morning Routine

 

 

When children arrive in the morning they are expected to say goodbye to their parents on the playground and come into the classroom, led by the teacher. The children then change out of their coats and outdoor shoes, putting away their book bags, water bottles and lunch boxes. Once their belongings are away the children go to their places where they complete early morning work. At 9:00 the classroom door is closed and registration is taken, finishing with morning prayer. Any child arriving after 9:00 must enter school through the Main Reception Area where a late slip must be completed.

We will always strive to maintain these routines. However, on rare occasions, circumstances prevent us from following them exactly.

Spring 2

This half-term, we have really enjoyed developing our skills across the curriculum. 

RE

Our RE topic this half-term is 'Following Jesus'. We have been thinking about the importance of trust in friendships, as without trust we have nothing. We have been thinking about how we choose friends, linking this to how Jesus choose his Disciples. We have been learning about the story of The Good Samaritan thinking about times when we may have been a passer-by and times that we have shown kindness to strangers. During the time of Lent, we are learning about the different parts of the Easter story. We are learning about how Jesus sacrificed his life to take away our sins.

English

We have been reading Six Dinner Sid as well as instructional texts so far this half-term. We have been developing our knowledge and application of punctuation, as well as developing our understanding of using the conjunction and correctly. 

Maths

We continued to develop our knowledge of place value with numbers up to 100. We have really enjoyed practising counting back from 100, as well as counting in different ways, e.g. 2s, 5s and 10s. We have been able to apply this to solving Multiplication and Division number problems, where we have been grouping numbers together in different ways and counting them up. We have also been making links between doubling and halving and multiplication and division. 

Castle Day in Year 1

Castle Day in Year 1 1 Our queen and ladies of the castle
Castle Day in Year 1 2 Our king and knights of the castle
Castle Day in Year 1 3 Our very hardworking castle servant

Meet Rufus

Meet Rufus 1

Monday 17th September 2018 we met Rufus. He is a family member of Mrs Crane. Rufus has spent a considerable amount of time training and 'passing' many behavioural and temperament assessments. All his accreditations can be seen in school.

We are very excited to be welcoming him to our team.

Parent Curriculum Information Leaflet Autumn 1

cauliflowers fluffy with singers

Harvest Samba

On Eagle's Wings

Christian song written by Michael Joncas

Here I am Lord with lyrics

Here I am Lord I, the Lord of sea and sky, I have heard My people cry. All who dwell in dark and sin, My hand will save. I who made the stars of night, I will make their darkness bright. Who will bear My light to them? Whom shall I send?

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