Welcome to Year One
Happiness Through Learning
Hello from Miss Abbs, Miss Moss and all of Year 1!
A huge, warm welcome to our class page!
Thank you for taking the time to look at our work and read all about our learning.
P.E kits required Monday to Friday as P.E happens at various times in the week.
Reading – Read your reading book and parents make comments about what your child has read.
Spellings – Practise your spellings throughout the week. A new set of spellings is given out each Friday. When practising your spellings, write them in order and mixed to ensure you know the spelling of the word rather than the order.
KIRFS – (Key Instant Recall Facts) are designed to support the development of the mental skills that underpin much of the maths work we complete at school. Practise your KIRFS throughout the week.
Tuesday 24th April 2018
The Year 1 children visited RSPB Saltholme to round off our spring theme ‘The Robot and The Blue Bird’ and to launch our new Science topic on Plants.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the trip and the adults were proud of how the children represented Brompton Community Primary School 🙂
Year 1 Information Booklets (May 2018)
The Year 1 children have worked incredibly hard to make their own booklets on “How to care for Guinea Pigs”. The children used Purple Mash to create their booklets and were proud of what they had achieved.
Guinea Pig Visit – Monday 21st May
The Year 1 children were very lucky to have an extra visitor in the class on Monday. Mr Manning very kindly brought his pet Guinea Pig Dora from home to see Year 1. The children were incredibly excited, as were the adults. Here are a few photographs of us holding and caring for Dora the Guinea Pig.
We are very busy planning exciting activities and learning opportunities – We aim to update this page in September with our new newsletter, photographs and explanations of what we have been up to in September!
Keep checking our page for updates.
Remember! Only use the Internet with an adult’s permission. If you see something you don’t like, tell an adult about it. Please use the links below to our favourite websites:
Remember! Only use the Internet with an adult’s permission.
If you see something you don’t like, tell an adult about it.
Please use the links below to our favourite websites:
Please feel free to come and talk to us if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to help and support you and your child.