Class 1

Welcome to Class 1

In Class 1, we have 10 year 1 children and 19 EYFS children.

Year 1 children have moved from early learning goals to the National Curriculum outcomes. Although the children in year 1 have access to continuous provision to extend and develop their learning, the children are working towards end of year expectations as detailed in National Curriculum documentation. Early years education is special and unique with its focus on child development, effective learning characteristics and holistic approaches. Carefully planned continuous provision will enable children to learn skills, will challenge their thinking and help them to embed concepts. We provide the context for a variety of learning conversations between children and adults with rich opportunities for modelling and extending speech and vocabulary. Within our learning environment, children will also develop key learning attributes.

Mrs Partridge is the class teacher and Mrs Sykes is the learning support assistant. Both practitioners plan, deliver and review the children’s learning together to ensure consistent and strong outcomes for all. If you have any questions, please speak to either member of staff at the beginning or the end of the day. Alternatively you can email the school office.

Class 1 Weekly Timetable

Class 1 Curriculum Maps

Class 1 Curriculum Newsletters

Class 1 Gallery of Glory!


Year one children’s homework will be set on a Friday and due in the following Thursday. The homework will be stuck in the children’s purple homework book.

In addition to practising their weekly spellings, the children will benefit from reading to an adult for 10 minutes each night. If you find that your child is a little reluctant, read together.

Each term, the children will be given a pick and mix homework sheet. Your child can select the tasks that appeal most to them. Please encourage your child to be as independent as possible as we love to see their work.

While the children are still settling into school life, the EYFS children will not be required to complete homework. Instead, we ask that you spend time playing games, reading and singing lots of songs with your child.

Year 1 Spring 2 WK1 27.03.2023


Pick And Mix Spring 1

Year 1 Spring WK1

Year 1 Spring WK2

Year 1 Spring WK3

Year 1 Spring WK4

Year 1 Spring WK5

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK7 

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK6

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK5

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK4

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK3

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK2

Year 1 Autumn 2 WK1

Pick And Mix Autumn 2

Year 1 Week 5 Spellings

Year 1 Week 4 Spellings

Year 1 Week 3 Spellings

Year 1 Week 2 Spellings

Class 1 And 2 Pick And Mix Homework Autumn 1

Additional support for your child

In year 1, children will be required to know their set two and three speed sounds in order to be able to access a wide range of reading material. The children will also need to be able to read and spell the year 1 common exception words by the end of the year.

Set Two And Three Speed Sounds

Year 1 Common Exception Words

Here are the set one speed sounds that the EYFS children are learning.

Here are the weekly words your reception child can practise reading using the phonetical sounds taught so far.

WC07.11.2022 EYFS CVC And CVCC Words

WC14.11.2022 EYFS CVC And CVCC Words

WC21.11.2022 EYFS CVC And CVCC Words

WC28.11.2022 CVC and CVCC Words

WC05.12.2022 CVC CVCC CCVCC Words

WC12.12.2022 Words With Sh

EYFS Phonics Reading Workshop

Phonics Reading Workshop PowerPoint 2022 

The PowerPoint has been emailed to all parents so they can access the videos etc in it.

Here are the top 100 picture books to read with your child. Click on the picture to visit the website.