Presentation on theme: "Meeting for new Year One children.. Key Stage One Department Mrs Bardsley- Key Stage One Manager Mrs Craven Mrs Carey Mrs Hopkinson, Mrs Royle, Mrs Attwood,"— Presentation transcript:
Key Stage One Department Mrs Bardsley- Key Stage One Manager Mrs Craven Mrs Carey Mrs Hopkinson, Mrs Royle, Mrs Attwood, Miss Riley We are concerned with helping your child achieve their potential. We are also a caring department. If you have any concerns or questions please make an appointment to speak to us through the office or by asking one of us directly.
A Day in the Key Stage One Department. The bell is rung a few minutes before 8:40am. Children walk into class. Messages are to be passed on through the teacher at the door. The register is taken. If you are late please go to the office first. The children move to maths groups. The children move to literacy groups. Playtime! Fruit and milk available-the children can bring their own fruit if they wish. One more lesson, then lunch. Each class is taken over to the hall at 12 noon, They stay until around 12:30 and then play in the playground.
The Afternoon At 1pm the children line up and go back into class. Reading time Topic Outdoor learning ICT PE- (Please make sure that your child is able to change themselves at a reasonable pace- shirts and ties will be worn). Afternoon playtime, end of school 3:10pm. Please wait outside your child’s class door.
Groups The children are grouped according to assessments made of their progress. There is movement between the groups. In literacy groups are taught by all members of staff following the same R Write Inc format. In Big Maths we have 3 groups but within that group other members of staff work alongside teachers. We also have before school groups- 8:20am-8:40am. These are to boost phonics. If your child is invited to attend it does not mean they are struggling. We intend to invite quite a large number of Year Ones in September.
Tuesday afternoon- Activity Afternoon! The children get changed. They rotate among 3 activities- Sport- a sports coach takes them for games activities. Music-Mrs Clarke Art-Mrs Hopkinson At the beginning may be that children come home in kits. Please send kits back in the next day.
What your child needs to bring Their reading bag with their book and reading record every day Packed lunch if not on dinners A bottle of water for class time (no other drink) Suitable coat PE kits must be in school Show and Tell- interesting objects/ things they have made. (The children need to prepare at home what they want to say about their object.) In the winter we will ask for wellingtons to be brought in for outdoor learning. Don’t bring in toys, football cards, pencil cases etc. Birthdays-please don’t send in sweets or chocolate.
Reading every evening. Also talking about the book. We need you to initial the reading record book and state which pages were read. It is very obvious in the progress made who has been reading at home regularly. Talking to your child. Maths- learning number facts, times tables sent home in small homework book
Other Tasks to do at Home One sentence every evening to be written in a purple book and to be returned on Fridays - can be news or about a book etc. Please check and initial. (4 sentences for the week) End of the week- literacy homework from Read Write Inc-practising reading words fluently without having to sound out, also practise spelling the words.