Year 1 Homework Grid Vsa

Welcome to Year 2. Your class teacher is Mrs Hancock.

We cover many exciting topics throughout the year, with our theme currently being ‘Fire! Fire!’ We will start our topic finding out about The Great Fire of London.

SPORTS DAY 2017 – PENTATHLON CHALLENGE

Posted onMay 26, 2017byRichard Williams

Our competitive Sports Day went ahead on Wednesday. A huge thanks to all the parents and helpers; we had a fantastic response this year which really helped the event to run smoothly.  Special thanks to our students, from Marple College, and to Mr & Mrs Allen for organising the help. Our, Olympic inspired, Pentathlon Challenge is now in its fifth year and it continues
Learn more »


Spring Homework

Posted onSeptember 20, 2016byrachel.hancock

Please find below homework for Spring Term 1.   Spelling homework grid 1 Multiplication wheel x10 Multiplication wheel 5 Multiplication Wheel 2


The Queen’s Birthday/ St. George’s Day

Posted onApril 22, 2016byJennifer.Royle

To celebrate these two special days, the Reception children and Year 1 and 2 enjoyed a truly British snack of scones, jam and cream in the afternoon sun. We also made our own English flags and in assembly, we sang God Save the Queen and Rule Britannia. We also learned the story of St. George.  


Travelling by Tuba

Posted onApril 22, 2016byJennifer.Royle

High Lane Primary School children enjoyed a real treat on Wednesday afternoon when we were visited by Travelling by Tuba. The duo performed a fantastic ‘Best of British’ concert for the children and it was a roaring success. The concert was informative, educational, interactive and extremely enjoyable! Thank you so much to everybody who contributed to this exciting event. Without your support, we would
Learn more »


Sport Relief Relay Challenge

Posted onApril 4, 2016byRichard Williams

The classes were pitted against each other in our Sport Relief Relay Challenge.  The object was to transport 5 relay batons the longest distance within a set time.  Here are the final results of the head to head battles;- Reception: 6440m Year 1: 11,165m Vs Year 2:14,993m Year 3: 19,140m Vs Year 4: 31,262m Year 5: 23,606m Vs Year 6: 25,839m Congratulations to the
Learn more »


Spring Term Curriculum Map

Posted onMarch 8, 2016byrachel.hancock

Year 2 Spring Fantastic Fire Fighters


Britain’s Tim Peake Begins his spacewalk!

Posted onJanuary 15, 2016byMelissa Wyche

Today we all met in the hall to watch Major Peake step into space as part of a six-and-a-half-hour mission to repair a broken power unit on the International Space Station. We all sat in amazement as we watch him check his space suit and the equipment on the outside of the Space Station.  We even got a glimpse of the Earth! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/science-environment-35303186  


Welcome Back

Posted onJanuary 3, 2016byrachel.hancock

Happy New Year.  I hope your Christmas and New Year was happy and full of fun and laughter. Our first topic will be ‘Fire! Fire! Fantastic Fire Fighters.’


Fractions

Posted onNovember 19, 2015byrachel.hancock

What fractions can you spot? We played a fraction game on the playground to help us learn 1/4, 1/2, 2/4, 3/4 and 1/3.


Year 1 Homework

Dear Parent / Carer

There are many ways that you can help and support your child out of school. Homework is a vital part of your child’s learning as it enables them to practise skills and reinforces the things they have learnt during the school day. Here are the ways you can support your child in Year 1.

Reading at home:  There are a wide variety of opportunities for your child to read during the week at school, phonics, guided reading, visiting the school library are some examples of the opportunities they will get. We ask that you help your child to improve their reading skills by reading at home with them as often as possible. Your child can read their reading book, library book or one of their own books to you. We encourage children to read for pleasure so the choice of book can be left up to them. Children also like to be read to and listen to books so sharing books together is important too.

Maths practice: During the year your child may bring home a maths challenge card as part of their homework. This could be a times table or some questions asking your child to practice a skill they have learnt in term. We ask that you support your child to learn these facts or answer these questions so that they can build on the work done in class.

Spellings: Please practise the year 1 set of spellings throughout the year, there will be no formal weekly test as we will be checking to see if these words are spelt correctly in their work.

Homework Grid: Your child will be bringing home their new homework grid this week. It is linked to our Autumn/Spring/Summer Term theme. We encourage children to try to complete one or two activities a week and therefore spread the work over the whole half-term. The work should be of a good quality and should be brought to school on a Friday to be checked. Before your child brings home their grid we will discuss their point target and give time for children to choose which activities they want to complete. We ask for your support in helping your child to continue their learning outside of school by enabling them to complete these activities and work towards achieving their point target by the end of half term. The activities on the grid are designed to be fun and link with and extend any work done at school.

Thank you for your support.

Miss S Weekes

Year 1 Spring Term Homework Grid: Hermelin

Puzzles and Problems for Year 1

Teach Your Monster to Read: Website Information Sheet

 

 

 

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *