Year 1 Class Page

Welcome to Year 1!
 
Birch (Miss Collinson & Mrs Phillips)
Beech (Mrs Johnson)
 
On our year group page, we have important dates for your diaries, information about the Year 1 curriculum and useful resources for both parents and children.
 
We regularly update our Class Dojo page with photos of what we are getting up to in Year 1 and we also upload photographs on Facebook. If you are not already 'following' us, please do get involved.
 
Facebook: Elburton Primary
 

We hope that the children are all excited about the term ahead. We have lots of exciting things planned! 

 

Miss Collinson, Mrs Johnson & Mrs Phillips

Communication
 
If you would like to get in contact with us, please send us an email or contact us through your Class Dojo account and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.
Miss Alice Collinson

Birch class (Monday - Thursday)

acollinson@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Mrs Emma Johnson

Beech class

ejohnson@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Mrs Emma Phillips

Birch class (Friday)

ephillips@elburton.plymouth.sch.uk

Our teaching support team
Mrs Smith

Higher Teaching and Learning Assistant

Mrs Couling

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Mrs Ward

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Mrs Brown

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Year 1 Autumn Term 1 Curriculum Map
Year 1 Long Term Curriculum Map
Maths
 
 Important Information
  
Reading at home
 

Your child will have three separate reading books to take home each week.

 

1)     Core Story Book – Oxford Owl eBook (online)

 

After your child has finished reading a story book in class, their reading teacher will issue the same book for your child to read via our online eBook service. These will be issued every 3/4 days. You will find your child’s log in to Oxford Owl in their reading diary. After reading the story, there will be a quiz to complete to support comprehension. Your child will have worked hard to learn to read this book in school so please celebrate their success in reading it to you fluently! Please add this to the reading diary and write a comment. An adult may need to read the questions.

 

2)     Book Bag Book

 

This book will be changed every Friday and can be found in your child’s book bag. Our Book Bag Books build upon the ideas of the stories your child has read in school. Explanations about how to use the books can be found in the cover. Please read this guidance carefully and rehearse the sounds and words with your child before reading the story. This will aid fluency development. Your child may need some support in reading this book but it will contain sounds they are familiar with and therefore should be read to you independently. Please support your child to read this book to you at least twice over the course of a week and write this in your child’s reading diary, dating 1st and 2nd read with a comment to staff if appropriate. You should notice an improvement with each read.

 

e.g Scruffy Ted gets lost – 1st read - **/**/** Read all of the red words.

                                2nd read - **/**/** Used a great story teller voice.

 

3) A reading for pleasure book

 

This book is designed to promote a love of reading for your child. They choose this book independently based on their current interests. We have a wide range of both fiction and non fiction that the children can select from.

Your child is not expected to be able to read this book independently as it may contain sounds that they are not familiar with. The purpose of this book is for your child to share this with an adult and to discuss the text and pictures with interest. They can read this book once at home before bringing it back into school to be changed. 

 

 Please ensure your child has their reading book and diary in school every day. 
 
 
P.E Kit
  
Monday/ Tuesday - Indoor PE
Thursday - Outdoor Games
 
Please can you ensure that your child comes to school with a named PE kit on the above days. This includes the following:
 
* A white t-shirt
* Navy blue shorts
* Socks
* Navy blue tracksuit (for winter) 
* Sports trainers that provide full support (no fashion brands please)  
 

A simple named bag with a draw string is a convenient way of carrying and storing PE clothing. For safety reasons earrings must be removed or taped over during PE. Hair must be tied up for PE.

 
Thank you for your support.
Year 1 Autumn Homework Grid
Year 1 'Getting to know you' Powerpoint
Maths useful links
Writing useful links
Phonics useful links
E-safety resources