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Welcome to Year 1 - Halls' class page!

Your teacher is Miss Hall 😊

Our teaching assistant in Year 1 this year is Miss Sharpe 😊


We hope you enjoy taking a look at our brilliant page of learning. 
You will also find information, topic work, home learning ideas and links to websites that will help your child's learning.
Linked below is our Class Twitter and Class Dojo, where we regularly share our school day!

Additional Summer 2 Activities




We will be focusing on lots of important features within our writing such as spelling,
handwriting and punctuation. We will be using different books and experiences to influence our writing of stories, descriptions, recounts, letters and much more. Phonics and reading are super important in Year 1. Handwriting will be being taught daily and spellings introduced. 


This year we will be learning all about numbers to 100, addition and subtraction within 20, money, time (reading a clock to o clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to), weight and length and 2D and 3D shapes. There will be a big emphasis on children being able to use mathematical language and understanding and using their reasoning skills.


In class, your child is being taught Phase 2, 3, 4 & 5 Phonics. This is to make up for the time they missed due to lockdown. Usually in Year 1, we only teach Phase 5 for most of the year. We would appreciate any extra phonics practice that your child can do at home. At the moment, we are focusing on Phase 2 & Phase 3. 

Your child will take a Phonics Screening Check in June 2022. The check consists of 40 real and pseudo (alien) words and it is to test your child's blending skills. Please practice reading the sound mats below as much as possible. Whilst your child is reading their home school reading book, you can help them to break down the sounds and blend the word together to read.


Please ensure your child has read at home and that the reading record book has been signed. Once you read with your child, re-read the book and ask questions to ensure they understand the book they are reading. Listed below are some comprehension questions you could ask.  


  • Who are the characters?
  • What role does ______ have in the story?
  • Where is the story set?
  • What happens at the beginning?
  • What happens in the middle?
  • What happens at the end of the story?
  • Can you tell me your favourite part of the story?
  • Did you like or dislike the story?
  • Can you find my a word beginning with _____?
  • Can you find a word with the ____ sound?


This half term, P.E is on a Wednesday AfternoonChildren can wear their PE kits to school for the day. Please ensure your child has the full PE kit



Homework  will be sent out on a Friday each week. There will be spellings and tasks set. Book will be marked on a Tuesday. Additional homework sheets will be sent out too. 


Book Bags & Uniform:

Please make sure your child brings a book bag to school everyday. It will help them to carry their homework and reading books. Children will be told to put any important letters or notices inside their book bags so please make sure you check them regularly.


Please ensure that your child's uniform is clearly labelled to avoid loss of belongings.
We encourage children to put jumpers in their trays to keep them safe. When the weather is bad, make sure your child has a waterproof coat with a hood and suitable footwear. 

Books to read at home:

Homework Summer 1

Autumn 1 Additional Activities

Autumn 1 Knowledge Organiser

End of Year 1 Expectations