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Kingsnorth Primary School

KingsnorthChurch of England Primary School

Year 1

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Mrs Amos,  Mrs Brown and Mrs Moat                                              Miss Bate and Miss Greeves

Donaldson Class 1A                                                                            Jeffers Class 1B

Welcome to Year 1's class page

Please see our narrated PowerPoint at the bottom of the page.

Welcome to Year 1. We are looking forward to an exciting year of learning and fun. Here is some information that we hope you will find useful for this term, please make an appointment or email us should you have any other questions.

year1@kingsnorth.kent.sch.uk 

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Welcome Back! – Broughton Primary

We hope you all had a happy, healthy Easter break and are ready for our next term of learning! 

Please find information below about the new term - we are now in Summer Term 1.

 

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Maths – In Maths we follow the White Rose hub schemes of learning.

This term we will begin by consolidating our previous work on addition and subtraction. Recapping on the process, solving problems and using the mathematical language appropriately. We will then be moving onto Multiplication and Division. The children will continue to have opportunities to use manipulates and a variety of resources to support their learning. 

 

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English – We follow Ruth Miskin's Read Write Inc

The children were all grouped just before the half-term break, and we will continue with Read Write Inc.These lessons will now be on a Tuesday to Friday each week. On a Monday, the children will practise the skills they have learnt in an extended piece of writing. This term we will be focusing on the spelling of the red words (high frequency words) and the use of punctuation. (capital letters, full stops, finger spaces, exclamation marks and question marks)

To help at home you could.....

  • Practise the RWInc sounds
  • Encourage your child to read shorter words speedily
  • Listen to your child read daily
  • Practise correct letter formation (lower case and capital letters)
  • Talk to your child about any new vocabulary you come across in books
  • Support them to read, use and write the red words (e.g said, you, was, put)

RE - In RE we follow the Understanding Christianity scheme. This term will focus on a different faith - Judaism

In RE this term we will be looking at the religion Judaism. Within this we will find out about celebrations, traditions, foods, symbols, artefacts and places of worship. We will make comparisons to Christianity and learn about how children follow Judaism.

 

 

Physical Education 

This term we will be continuing with 'Gymnastics' but during our outside block we will focus on Net and Wall games.  Each term we will complete a block of PE lessons every afternoon for one week. It is really important that your child has come to school ready to take part in PE on the selected days and every day of our block. As the weather is chilly, please send your child in appropriate joggers for our outside PE. 

1B - PE day = Thursday - shorts, PE T-shirts, joggers if needed and school jumper/fleece

1A - PE day = Wednesday - shorts, PE T-shirts, joggers if needed and school jumper/fleece

Earrings may not be worn during PE lessons. Please remove before school unless your child is able to remove them, themselves.

These are the dates of our block weeks:

WB - 16.05.22 - Attack and Defence - BLOCK WEEK

WB - 20.06.22 - Athletics and Triathlon - BLOCK WEEK

 

Wider curriculum

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Our topic this term will include Science (Plants) for this we will be learning about what plants need to survive, the parts of a plant and naming common plants by their leaves. In History (Significant people from the past) we are going to be finding out about Emily Davidson and Rosa Parks and the impact they had on lives today. In Art (sketching) the children will try sketching techniques and using these to produce pictures. We will also be looking at aspects of Music (Story time and Our Bodies) and IT (Internet safety and Purple Mash). 

Scientific Enquiry in the UK | www.ase.org.ukThe children will answer mini questions in each session and deepen their thinking.

  

Primary and Secondary PSHE fulfilling RSE | Jigsaw PSHE Ltd

This term in PSHE, we are looking at the Jigsaw piece 'Relationships'

This will include learning about different types of families, making friends, making positive choices within friendship groups and knowing who to go to if we need help. 

 

     

To support at home

If you are worried about your child and their speech or language development please have a look at the link for the Parents Portal on Speech and Language Link below

 https://speechandlanguage.info/parents

Please continue to talk to your child about any worries or concerns.

Encourage your child(ren) to be more independent at home - dressing and sorting own things

Practice letter and number formation when possible.

Count and notice numbers in the environment.

Read to and listen to your child read whenever possible, daily for best results

Play games to encourage turn taking and language development.

PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENTS BELOW FOR MORE SUPPORT