Y1 Ukulele lessons began this afternoon and the children were amazing! We learned about rhythm, ‘rest’ and ‘playing’ position and…More
Welcome to our class page, where you will find lots of useful information about what are learning, upcoming events and also a few reminders to help us all get ready for the next few weeks. Please keep checking the website regularly for updates about things happening around school. Below are some general bits of information:
If you would like to see our class timetable, please click below
Children will bring home a set of spellings each week. These are the words we will be focusing on in our daily spelling sessions at school, but it can really help to spend some time practising these at home as well. There are some suggestions on ways to practise the spellings at the bottom of each sheet. New spellings will be sent home on a Wednesday and will be checked in school on a Tuesday. This weeks spellings can be found below:
Year One Passport
Please have a look at our class passport and find out more about upcoming experiences in Y1.
We will soon be updating the page with photos showing all of the exciting learning happening in our classroom and an overview of topics we will be covering, in different subjects over the coming weeks. Further information about topics can be found on our class curriculum map.
Y1 Ukulele Concert
As you know, Y1 are currently having weekly lessons on how to play the Ukulele! Our lessons take place on a Tuesday afternoon and are taught by specialist Music Teachers, from Trafford. The children will be bringing their instruments home to practise but will need to be brought in to school every Tuesday, so that they can be used in the lesson.
There will be a concert on 9th July 2019 in the afternoon, a letter will be sent out next week confirming the time. Parents and carers are welcome to attend and it would be lovely to see you if you can join us.
Please do not hesitate to come and speak to me if you would like anymore information about your child’s learning in school.
In history, we have been learning all about Emmeline Pankhurst and how she fought for women’s rights, particularly their right…More