# Welcome Year 1 Mrs Fleming St George’s Church of England Primary School 2015- 2016.

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Welcome Year 1 Mrs Fleming St George’s Church of England Primary School 2015- 2016

How we are working Class teacher – Mrs Fleming Miss Swepson PE coaches – Mrs Walkland, Dance. - Jason Field, Games. Teaching Assistant – Mrs Clarke - Ms Bellew (1:1)

Core subjects MathsLiteracy

Geometry Maths Position and direction Measurement Number and Place Value Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division Fractions

Maths Pupils should: Count to and across 100, forwards and backwards from any number. Read and write numbers to 20 in digits and words. Read and write numbers to 100 in digits. Say 1 more and 1 less than numbers to 100. Count in multiples of 1, 2, 5 and 10. Know bonds to 10 by heart. Use bonds and subtraction facts to 20. Add and subtract: 1 digit and 2 digit numbers to 20, including zero. Add any three 1-digit numbers with a total up to 20. Solve simple multiplication and division with apparatus and arrays. Recognise half and quarter of objects, shapes or quantity. Sequence events in order. Know months of the year in order. Use language of day, week, month and year. Know o’clock and half past using analogue clock. Recognise all coins: £1; 50p; 20p; 10p; and 1p Recognise and name the 2D shapes: circle; triangle; square and oblong Recognise and name the 3D shapes: cube; sphere; cuboid Name the days of the week and months of the year

Literacy Talk clearly and loudly enough to be understood by others. Listen attentively to others and respond appropriately. Take turns when speaking without interrupting others. Spell Year 1 words - See homework diaries. Know all speed sounds for 44 graphemes-See homework diaries. Read words with more than one syllable e.g. pancake Year One phonics Screening Check will take place in June.

Literacy In reading pupils should: Identify which words appear again and again. Relate reading to own experiences. Re-read to correct if reading does not make sense. Re-tell with considerable accuracy. Discuss significance of title and events. Make predictions on basis of what has been read. Make inferences on basis of what is said and done. Read with pace and expression, pause at full stop; raise voice for question. Know difference between fiction and non fiction texts.

Literacy In writing pupils should: Read and write the capital letter for each letter of the alphabet. Write sentences that start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. Use ‘and’ to join ideas. Use conjunctions to join sentences (e.g. so, but). Use tense correctly eg ‘went’ not ‘goed’. In writing, show evidence of; full stops, question marks, exclamation marks. Use capital letters for names and personal pronoun ‘I’. Write clearly sequenced sentences. Correct formation of capital and lower case – starting and finishing in right place. Correct formation of digits.

Topics Term 1Incredible me! Term 2Let’s celebrate. Term 3Penguins and parrots. Term 4Dangerous dinosaurs. Term 5Jack and the frogspawn. Term 6The Jolly Postman.

Homework Little and often Reading – phonics and reading book daily (books changed twice a week) Homework diaries – must be in school every day please sign or write a comment when you have read with or discussed a book with your child Spellings - tested on a Tuesday Maths Games– due on Wednesday, please record on your child’s record card how they got on Library books – free choice Espresso – Website: https://home.espresso.co.ukhttps://home.espresso.co.uk Username: student19951 Password: george5

Spellings! You can support your child by…. Look- encourage your child to look carefully at the word and memorise it. Say – Say the word aloud. Cover- cover the spelling list with a piece of paper. Write- get your child to write the word from memory. Check- uncover the spelling list and get your child to check and mark their spelling. Get them to correct it if they got it wrong.

Parental support Support with homework activities Work to recall number facts rapidly Listen to your child read daily Sign homework diary/ maths game Help with school trips Remind your child to bring their book bag daily, PE kits to school

What’s coming up? 6th October – Parents evening, 4pm-6.30pm 12th October – Parents evening, 4pm-6.30pm Continue to look at the school website for further dates e.g Harvest Festival, Christmas Concert.

Trips Day visits throughout the year to enhance topic work e.g a walk around the local area as part of our Jolly Postman topic and visit to Christchurch in the Summer Term.