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Here is the ‘Meet the Teacher’ information for Year 1: Welcome-to-Year-1-September2023 (1)
Here is the long term planning for Year 1 Long term plan year 1
Here are the maths targets the Year 1 children are looking at completing in their ‘Maths Passports’: Maths Year 1 Targets
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Year 1 are looking at the history of some of their favourite toys to start of the year! They read and retold lots of stories such as ‘Kipper Toy Box’ and ‘Dogger’. In Maths they worked really hard on their counting and place value skills with numbers up to 20! Click the link below to see the overview of the topic and see all areas of the curriculum covered.
To celebrate their topic Year 1 got the opportunity to visit the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden to take part in a workshop looking at the way in which transport has changed over years. The children got to take part in a range of activities and find out lots of wonderful history facts. Thank you to the staff and parents who made the trip happen!Memory Box Year 1 Planning Autumn
Intergalactic greetings, young heroes. It’s time to rescue the planet from evil villains. Who’s your favourite superhero? Spiderman? Wonder Woman? Maybe your heroes are ordinary people who’ve achieved great things. Or is it those people who save lives in our emergency services that you admire most? Superheroes have super senses. Use yours to identify mystery items by their smell, taste, sound and touch. What do true superheroes eat to keep their senses and special powers sharp? Can we stop the dastardly plans of Professor Slime? He’s dropping his villainous instructions around town. We must stop people following them, but can we make it in time? Is that phone box free? Please excuse me – I have to save the world.
CRASH! What’s that in the playground? Let’s go outside and take a look. Stand back everyone – it looks like a UFO has crash landed. Find out who might have landed by exploring the craft and investigating scattered scientific specimens. Create a ‘Welcome to Earth’ box for an alien explorer. What can you put in it to help explain what life is like on our planet? Would you like to be an astronaut? You’ll need a pretty sturdy spacecraft if you do. Start off small by making an air-propelled rocket. How far can you make it travel? Find out the names of the planets. There’s Mercury, Neptune, Mars and – do you know any others? I’ve forgotten the rest. Then, an alien is found. Can you help get him home? It’s got the experts in a right kerfuffle. Professor Pong doesn’t know what to do. Are you ready for take off Year 1? Hold tight. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… LIFT OFF!