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Year 1 Mrs Pellatt

Our first reading certificate has been awarded! Fantastic. Well done everyone who received one.

Our first reading certificate has been awarded! Fantastic. Well done everyone who received one.  1
Today we met our class pets, Sam and Shelly. We talked about what they eat, how they grow and how we need to respect them, by being careful when we handle them. 

We made funny faces using Autumnal objects.

Greater than, less than and equal to

This week we have been comparing groups of objects using the vocabulary 'greater than', 'less than' and 'equal to'. 

 

RWI Phase 2 and 3 sounds

Some Year 1 and 2 Children showing us how to say the phase 1 and 2 sounds from the RWI Phonics scheme.

Autumnal fun linked to our DT and Science.

Our class timetable

Reading Comprehension questions

Welcome to Year 1. 

Welcome to Year 1.  1

Hello everyone and thank you for looking at our class page. I would like to welcome you and your child to our amazing class and school! I feel very lucky to be able to support your child through their learning journey, in Year 1. My name is Mrs Pellatt and I am supported by Mrs Freeston and Mrs Wroblewska. When I am out of class; preparing exciting learning opportunities for your child, Mrs Stones supports Mrs Wroblewska and this is on a Friday afternoon. 

 

Our spelling day is a Wednesday. Each week, your child will bring home a folder with their spellings inside. Please encourage your child to practice their spellings every week as this really does have an amazing effect on their learning. They will also have a small yellow book inside their folder. This is for you to see how your child did in their test. Please do not allow your child to write in this book outside of school, as these are only for their spelling tests. Can the spelling folders be kept inside your child's book bag.

 

Our P.E. day is a Tuesday afternoon. Please ensure that all items of their P.E. kit is labelled. The P.E. kits will need to stay in school until the end of each small term. If your child has earrings in, we will carefully put tape around them during a P.E. lesson. 

 

Reading books and Reading Records will need to come to school everyday. We value and read parental comments in the records. It allows us to understand how well your child is doing with their reading whilst at home. We place children on a book band, which is pitched to their phonic and reading comprehension ability. Reading is very important to children's development. Without this skill, they will find the rest of the curriculum difficult to access. 

 

Thank you, please contact myself or the classes supporting staff, for any further information. 

 

 

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