Welcome to Year One
Mrs Woodhead, Mrs Merrygold and Miss Marsh would like to welcome you to our Year 1 page, here you’ll find information about the school diary and PE kit, as well any homework we may ask you to complete.
In Year One we cover 6 fantastic topics: Robin Hood, Materials, Florence Nightingale, Toys, Growing and the Seaside. As teachers we do our absolute best to make these as exciting as possible, and if there is anything that you can offer that you think will help, please pop in and have a chat with one of us.
Meet the Teaching Staff
Miss Marsh is the teacher in Sherwood Forest Class, supported by Miss Scott and Miss McGrory.
Mrs Woodhead and Mrs Merrygold are the teachers in Maid Marian Class, supported by Mrs Shepherd.
Click on the link to find 6 exciting Bingo Homework tasks! We can’t wait to see how creative you can be. Remember to bring all homework in clearly labelled and at the end of the half term you will earn a bronze, silver or golden certificate!
Again this year, pupils will be receiving a new school diary. This will be complete with important school information and can be used as a point of contact between parents and teachers. These diaries will be checked on a weekly basis. It is therefore the children’s responsibility to have them in school every day. Please comment on the reading children are doing at home.
Reading is fundamental. In fact, it is one of the most important ingredients to becoming all that you can be. Reading develops the brain, provides a window into the world around you and helps you do better in all school subjects. We recommend that children are heard read daily and we will change reading books on a Tuesday and Thursday.
PE will be taught twice a week on Wednesday and Friday by Mr Unwin the sports coach.
Children need a PE kit in school all week, which should be taken home on a Friday for a wash.
PE kit should include:
- White T-shirt
- Navy or black shorts (indoor PE)
- Navy or black tracksuit top and bottoms (for colder weather)
Please ensure all PE and uniform (even shoes) are labelled clearly, this helps save time, confusion and will hopefully mean items do not get lost.