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 Year 1

  Year One is an exciting year when children are encouraged to be more independent . Children become more proficient at reading and writing.

We aim to generate a lively enthusiasm for learning and provide opportunities to experience a wide breadth of activities and learning styles.  The main emphasis continues to be a combination of supporting, building and honing basic skills in literacy and numeracy. We also develop enrichment through stimulating topics and specialist subject areas, within a fully differentiated curriculum using open-ended questions to challenge every ability. All children can achieve success in a happy, caring atmosphere.

 
   

Class teachers are responsible for most areas of the curriculum, but we have specialist teachers for French, Music and P.E. Children can start to learn an individual instrument if you wish. All children start swimming lessons as part of their PE curriculum. Learning Support in both literacy and numeracy is available to provide help and challenge for the least and most able.

   

One of our favourite days is Pirate Day which we love! We also have the opportunity to perform in assemblies, the Infant production and festivals. We pack a lot into the Infants! 

            

Parents are always welcome and Mrs Jeffries values daily contact with them. We work in partnership with parents to achieve each child's best potential.

 

A typical day in Year 1 


0800              School Opens. Early morning care is available at Kids Club. 

0840              Most children arrive  

0855              Mrs Jeffries will take Year 1 class register. 

0900              Assembly with Mrs Ogden. 

0930-1030      Literacy Lesson. 

1030-1050      Playtime & Snack: We enjoy a glass of water or milk and a healthy snack.     

1050-1150      Numeracy: lesson games. 

1150-1220      Reading and phonics.

1220-1320      Lunch: We have our freshly prepared lunch in the dining hall or a packed lunch if we prefer.

                     We are all expected to use good table manners. 

1320-1500      Curriculum Lessons 

1500-1520      Class Story     

   

1520              Home Time. We say ‘Good Afternoon’ to our teacher. Then we either go home, or to a club or

                     Kids Club.

For a more detailed look at our work this year, please see our curriculum page below:


Year 1 Curriculum                    

 

 

 

 

  

  

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Welland Hall
London Road
Spalding
Lincolnshire PE11 2TE
Telephone 01775 724733
Email egibson@ahs.me.uk