The Year 1 Team
Welcome to the Year 1 page! Our class teacher is Miss Morley and Mrs Malbon is our HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant). We also have Miss Whitham and Mrs Lowe join us throughout the week. They are always there to ensure we are safe and happy at school.
In Year 1, learning and play go hand-in-hand as the continuous provision from Reception weaves into our Key Stage 1 Curriculum ensuring a smooth transition. Our curriculum is practical and interactive with lots of opportunities for independent learning and discovery.
We use Cornerstones projects to follow the National Curriculum for Science and the foundation subjects. In Year 1 our projects include:
Autumn Term: Childhood
Spring Term: Bright Lights, Big City
Summer Term: School Days
During our projects we have a ‘memorable experience’ which engages and inspires us to find out more. We develop our understanding of our project by engaging in cross-curricular activities which include Science, History, Art, Geography and Design & Technology. This keeps every lesson exciting and provides lots of different opportunities in which to learn. Towards the end of our project, we have the chance to 'express' how much we have learnt over the past few weeks through completing specific creative activities. These help us to retain the information we have learnt throughout our project.
Key vocabulary is taught throughout and referred to regularly during each Project.
We also have weekly lessons in PE, Religious Education (RE), Music and Personal Social Health Education (PSHE).
Click below to see the exciting learning we have planned for this half term:
This area will show all documents uploaded to the /docs/CLASSRESOURCES/YEAR01 folder.
Documents in folders containing the word 'letter' or 'minute' are listed in the order they were uploaded, most recent upload at the top. Otherwise, documents are listed alphabetically.
- Y1 Autumn Term 2023 Childhood Curriculum Sheet
- Y1 Summer Term 2023 School Days Curriculum Sheet
- Y1 Summer Term 2023 School Days Knowledge Organiser