Year 1 2018 - 2019

Ms Lackford

Ms Lackford has two cats, two cars and two children.
She likes making up stories, skiing and reading books in a bubble bath.

Mrs Noble

Mrs Noble likes hula hooping, playing netball and Strictly Come Dancing.
She doesn't like sprouts or worms!

What are we doing this week?

Week beginning 3.05.19

Another half term complete and another step forward to Year 2. We have had a lovely half term filled with exciting activities and some fantastic work being completed including our work share assembly. I hope you have a lovely break and we look forward to having the children back for our final half term in Year 1 together. Thank you for your continued support. I am in Paris on the Year 5 trip for the first week back so if you have any queries or questions in the first week I will try and get back to you as soon as I return. 

Mr Rogers.

Reminder: Phonics homework due in on 3/06/19

We will be starting outdoor athletics on Monday after half term. All children will need trainers that can be kept in school until the end of term. 

Reminder:

Looking on the Year 1 page is the best way to find out information. Please do not assume that both classes are doing the same thing all the time. 

In English this week we will be looking at The Bug Chant by Tony Mitton

In Maths we are looking at recognising coins and adding amounts of money together.

In Science we are looking at the job of the internal organs.  In class 1a we will be focusing on the heart and how and why it beats faster during exercise. 

SHOW AND TELL - This week it is Pendleton.

To clarify how Show and Tell works - each group takes turns on a four weekly rotation, meaning that each child has the opportunity to share once every four weeks.  Please don't send in things for show and tell unless it is your child's week as we do not have the time to show things for more than one group and want each child to have the time they need so they feel their contribution is valued.  Please don't send toys in for show and tell.

A quick reminder: staff do not look inside childrens' reading folders every day. We ask children at the start of each day to take out any letters, toast money etc and give them to staff. Please encourage your child to develop this independance by letting them know before school if there is something that they need to give to a teacher.

Please ensure your child has a waterproof coat  every day as we will be going outside at playtimes unless the rain is too severe.

If your child has sore lips and wants to use a lip balm in school please send in unscented and unflavoured varieties.  Children can apply balm at the start of play and lunchtimes but otherwise they should remain in bags.

Please remember water bottles should only contain water. Please do not send in juice.

 

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Year 1: Gallery items

Making Smoothies, by Mr Rogers

Printing in class 1, by Mrs Noble

Personal Best 1a, by Mr Rogers

Year 1: Calendar items

Year 1 Phonics Screener, by Mrs Bradshaw

Class 1 Allotment session, by Mrs Bradshaw

Year 1 and 3 Zoo Lab, by Mrs Bradshaw

Contact the School

Holmes Chapel Primary School

Middlewich Road
Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
CW4 7EB

Tel: 01477 533336
Fax: 01477 544556
admin@holmeschapelprimary.cheshire.sch.uk