Class 1G 2017 - 2018

Miss Grossmith

Welcome to 1G

1G is taught by Miss Grossmith and Mrs Wilde (our HLTA) teaches during my PPA time every week.

Please use our class page to find out what we are learning about and doing during the year. Take a look at what we have been up to in the Gallery section.

 

Our theme for this term is...

Pick up your magnifying glasses, put on your lab coats, and grab your police reports, Year 1, as we will begin the term investigating the discovery of an egg, believed to be a dragon's egg, in the local area!

Then, prepare yourself for a step back in time to when castles were first built in England, as we investigate why they were built, who built them and how they were attacked and defended. You will even be making your own model with lifting drawbridge!

We will be having so much fun, singing and dancing our socks off, getting ready for our 'Festival on the Field' performance. We know that we and you will love it!

 

More detailed information about the class theme can be found by opening the “Curriculum Plan” which can be found in “Files to download” lower down the class homepage. 

 

Homework

 

Please ensure that you read regularly with your child at home as well as practising the common exception word.

Practise recall of pairs of numbers that make 10 (e.g. 4 + 6) and addition and subtraction facts for all numbers to 10.

Please practise the spellings that we send home to learn each week. It is very important that your child begins to spell more accurately as well as phonetically.

Please don't just do the homework, keep practising by looking at the information shared on the parents board.

Homework will be sent home on a Friday and will be collected on Thursday the following week.

 

Weekly Overview

Monday

  • Change Reading Books.

  • PE

Tuesday.

Wednesday

  • Change Reading Books.

  • PE

Thursday

  • Homework due in.

Friday

  • Change Reading Books.

  • Homework set.

     

 

 

Files to Download

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