Welcome to 1J! You class teachers are Mrs. Jordinson, Mrs. Fenn and Ms. Mankelow.
In the links above, you will find out all about the exciting learning that is yet to come this half term! You will also find the information for the topics we will be exploring across the year.
Below you will find important information regarding weekly activities and expectations. At the bottom of the page you will find the children's class blog - A weekly update of all the exciting things that happen within the week!
Each week, you will receive a reading book matched to your child’s phonetic level. This book coincides with the Read, Write, Inc. book they will be reading during their daily phonics sessions with their RWI teacher. This book will be changed every Friday. Children will also read with staff in school, so please ensure they have this with them every day.
In the front of RWInc Book Bag Books, you will find supportive notes to help your child read the book; this follows a similar structure to how they read at school. RWInc follows a teaching sequence to encourage children to read, rather than recall, the text they are presented with.
Our suggested activities for this book -
You will also receive access to your child’s RWI book they are reading in their daily phonics sessions via the Oxford Owl website. You can follow the suggested activities for this book as well.
When you read with your child, please write into their reading record so that your child works towards receiving their reading certificate and prize. Your child’s reading record will also be checked every Friday.P.E. Days
Year 1 have P.E once per week; the day will be confirmed with a sign on the door. As part of our developing curriculum, additional PE activities will be embedded into core subjects.
Please ensure that your child has their P.E kit at school on PE days. Hair should be tied up and earrings MUST be removed on these days. Your child will not be able to join in with P.E if they have earrings in.Homework
Homework will be set weekly on Spelling Shed and Oxford Owl. Children also have access to Numbots, which supports their maths skills at their current working level.Logins can be found in your child’s Reading Record. If you have any questions, please ask your child's class teacher.
Thursday 21st September 2023
This week in English we have written our own version of the Naughty Bus – SP
This is called an innovated story – TS
We used adjectives – MS
In Maths we have been learning about one more and one less – KA
We used number lines to help –
In Geography the Naughty Bus went to different places on the map in Basildon – EMB
We found McDonalds – HB
We found the train station - HS
In Art we listened to music and drew lines to match the sounds with our friends on our table – KH
We talked about our right to learn in PSHE – KG
We follow our class rules so that we all can learn – FC
In Science we carried on looking at materials – HBM
Transparent is when you can see through it – DZ
Like glass – EU
Opaque is when you can’t like wood - RM