Crowle C of E First School

Crowle C of E First School

Caring. Confident. Committed to Learning.

School Lane, Crowle, Worcester WR7 4AT

01905 381206

Year 1 and 2

Mrs Leonard's class - Almondsbury Church of England Primary School

Our class teacher is called Miss L Johnson and our teaching assistant is called Mrs N Jackson.

Here are a few things you might like to know about our class:

Timetable - KS1 Autumn Term 2021 Timetable

  • PE is on a Wednesday, so please ensure your child comes to school wearing their PE kit. Remove all jewellery before PE lessons.  Each child is expected to have a PE kit in line with the school uniform policy.
  • Homework is uploaded to Seesaw on a Friday and must be completed by the following Wednesday.
  • Weekly spellings tested on a Friday.
  • Year 1 have swimming on Wednesday, so they will need to bring their swimming kits into school with a pair of goggles.

Homework

  • Daily reading - It is important that your child reads aloud every day and we encourage you to share discussions about the child's reading book to improve comprehension skills.
  • Homework is uploaded to Seesaw every Friday for the children to complete.
  • Maths - A Maths activity linked to this week's learning to consolidate new skills.
  • Science/Topic - An activity to consolidate learning in school.

Curriculum Information

Autumn Term 1

Maths

  • Year 1 - Place Value to 50
  • Year 2 - Fractions

Topic - Our Topic this half term is 'Where in the world is Worcester?' 

Science - Our Science topic this half term is 'Living Things and their Habitat'


RE - Our RE unit this half term is 'Salvation'

Maths Yearly Overviews

Year 1 and 2 Maths Yearly Overview

Two-Year Topic Overview

Year 1 and 2 Topic Map (Currently Cycle B)

Phonics

Phase 3 desk mat

Phase 4 desk mat

Phase 5 desk mat

Common Exception Words

Year 1 CEW List

Year 2 CEW List

Phonics Practice

Can you read all of these words?

Be careful, some are alien words (nonsense words).

Websites

Below are a list of websites that will support your child's learning at home. Click on the image to visit the website.

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