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Year 1/2

Miss Webster 

Welcome to our class blog!

On this page you will find resources to help support your children's learning as well as photographs to show their learning journey throughout the year. In this class we aim to make learning fun and interactive to get the best out of each child.

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Click here to view our KS1: Long Term Plan 

 

Topic Leaflets 

Click on the relevant term below to view our topic leaflet.

 

Summer Term in Year 1/2

 

Homework

Year 1 Year 2
Summer 1 Summer 1
Summer 2 Summer 2

Every week Year 1/2 children will receive a homework pack.

This pack will contain their weekly math's homework, weekly spellings and their termly topic projects.

This term, Year 1/2's focus is

 

Spring Term in Year 1/2

 

Homework

Year 1 Year 2
Spring Spring

 

Every week Year 1/2 children will receive a homework pack.

This pack will contain their weekly math's homework, weekly spellings and their termly topic projects.

This term, Year 1/2's focus is STEM - Science. We are learning all about Plants and we cannot wait to see what the children create at home.

Plants - KS1 Science - BBC Bitesize

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Autumn Term in Year 1/2

 

Homework

Every week Year 1/2 children will receive a homework pack.

This pack will contain their weekly math's homework, weekly spellings and their termly topic projects.

This term, Year 1/2's focus is humanities - history. We are learning all about The Great Fire of London and we cannot wait to see what the children make at home!

The Great Fire of London - BBC Teach

We started off by discussing the importance of fire safety and the similarities and differences of how we control fires now compared to the 16th century. The children have been learning lots of new vocabulary, learning all about the key figures from the story and making a timeline of events. As we progress further into the Autumn term the children will research all about The Great Fire of London, complete non-chronological reports and make their own diary - just like Samuel Pepys!

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Year 1/2 Key Documents and Information

Reading Books

Read Write Inc. Phonics Book Bag Books: Yellow to Grey Pack of 66 by Ruth  Miskin, Gill Munton, and Tim Archbold | Badger Learning

The children will bring home two different types of books.

 

One is a Read Write Inc phonics book, this needs to be

brought to school every day.

 

The other is a library book, this will be sent home on a

Tuesday and needs to be brought back every Monday

along with the homework.

 These books are to share as a family, make it a fun

reading experience for your children!

Classic & Traditional Tales From TTS

Year 1 Spellings 

Click on the relevant term below to view Y1 spellings.

The children are set weekly spellings which are sent home every Tuesday in their homework books.

Year One Statutory Spellings - Click Here

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SNOW DAY ACTIVITIES

Winter Landscape In Snow Forest. Alley In Snowy Forest Stock Photo, Picture  And Royalty Free Image. Image 48491600.

Snow Days offer a wonderful opportunity for the children to get outside and be physically active whilst exploring this beautiful and interesting weather phenomenon in all sorts of ways; as scientists, as artists, as geographers ...and as children.

As teachers, we have made the decision to embrace this as a wonderful opportunity for home learning when the children cannot safely come into school.   Please find below, all sorts of ideas for learning activities that the children can do which are linked to the snow.

We have decided not to organise these under age-related headings.  All of the activities are good fun and most are 'open-ended' enough that the children can explore them at the level which suits them.

 

BUBBLES IN THE SNOW​

This works best when it is REALLY cold outside, well below freezing point.  Sometimes it can be cold enough for the bubbles to actually freeze and be covered in ice patterns.
Even if it is not that cold, the bubbles will stay for a while on the cold snow.
It is easy to make your own bubble mixture with washing-up liquid and water!
You could have 'races' to see whose bubble lasts the longest without popping. ​Or you could take som photos of your bubbles sitting on the snow.
 
Bubble freezing in the snow! Magical! - YouTube
 
 
 

SNOW TRACKS AND SNOW PRINTS

 

​Be a 'snow detective' and search for tracks in the snow.  Which creature might they belong to?
Or use some everyday objects to make your own prints. 
 

Year 2 Spellings

Click on the relevant term below to view Y2 spellings

 The children are set weekly spellings which are sent home every Tuesday in their homework books.

Year Two Statutotory Spellings - Click Here

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  • PE is timetabled for Thursday and Friday afternoon. . For details on the required PE kit, please see the PE page.
  • Children MUST bring pumps into school to wear indoors. Please clearly label the pumps with your child’s name.
  • Please ensure that all uniform, coats, pumps and PE kits are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
  • Each child is given a homework folder every Tuesday, these must be returned on the following Monday. Please see the homework leaflet above for more information. 
  • Each child receives a Read, Write Inc book every week. Please check the reading record to see what book your child has received and when it must be returned.
  • Ensure all children bring in a water bottle. It is really important that the children stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • It is very important that the children be listened to read regularly. Once the children have read their book, they must bring it back to school so that it can be changed.