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Year 1 Yearly overview

Autumn 1

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Humans vs Dinosaurs

Autumn 2

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Santa's Workshop

Homework Task Sheet

Spelling Sheet

Spring 1

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Cracking Castles

Homework Task Sheet

Spelling Sheet

Spring 2

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Pirates Ahoy

Homework Task Sheet

Spelling Sheet

 

Summer  1

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Rumble in the Jungle

Homework Task Sheet

Spelling Sheet

 

Summer 2

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Rumble in The Jungle

Homework Task Sheet

Spelling Sheet

Year 1 is a very busy year based around preparing the children for the formal education they will receive in Key Stage One and Two, here at St Paul’s. We start the year in transition from Reception. They children will be taught in a similar way to when they were in Red Class, with opportunity for the children to lead their own learning around the classroom and outdoor area. The class will be taught knowledge and skills from the new National Curriculum, which lends itself it exciting, practical and experiential learning.

Entering the Spring term the children will start to have a more formal approach to teaching and learning. They will have set table spaces and the ‘choosing’ element to their day will have been phased out. This is a very exciting time for the children as they start to record work straight into their books, following our presentation guidelines and learning how to work independently.

The Summer term is another time of transition, looking forward to Year 2 expectations. The children will sit the Year One National Phonics Screening check in this term. Here the children will read a range of words; including 20 Pseudo words. Your child will have lots of practise in class and set as home learning. We teach the children their phonics through the DFE Letters and Sounds programme. You will be given guidance on this and suggested ways to support your child at home.

Recommended Reading

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Recommended Reading

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