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To Year 1!

 

Your Teachers are:

 

1B- Mrs Bathurst and Mrs Heappey

1W- Miss Wicketts and Mrs Phelps

What a fantastic start the children have had to

year 1 so far. Thank you for all of your support.

 

 

This week 13th-17th November is Anti-bullying week.

All different-All Equal

       

 

    Our Half Term Topic is .......

Dinosaurs

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In this topic, the children will learn about the variations of dinosaurs which includes their feeding habits and the differences between carnivores, omnivores and herbivores.   

 

  

Our new topic is ....

 

Prayer

Our virtue this half term is....

Learned and Wise.

 

Our pupils are taught that understanding the Word of God is the way for making the most important decisions in life. Through learning, observation and from the Holy Spirit’s inspiration, we can come to understand the truth.

Our pupils are taught that we are wise because we know that life is about the journey; not the goal. They know that they should treat everyone how they want to be treated They are wise because they follow the school mission; that everyone is special and unique.

 

 

Homework is given out on Friday and is due in on Wednesday (including mymaths online homework). Spellings do not need to be handed in as these will be tested in class on Friday morning.

 

- Daily reading

- Spellings

- Mymaths (online)

-Wordboxes

-Wednesday word (R.E)

-Topic work (purple homework book)

Look at our fabulous homework 

Our P.E day is Thursday

 

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 P.E.Kit
Children are expected to wear the School’s Standard P.E. Kit.
Plain RED round neck T-shirt with school logo.    
       Plain BLACK shorts. 
BLACK pumps.
 
In addition: Only during winter weather
Boys and girls may wear a tracksuit for outdoor lessons only. We recommend a plain
dark  pair of jogging bottoms and sweatshirt top or a tracksuit and
underneath they wear their school RED PE top. These must be plain, no designer
logos ,football tops etc. Depending on the activity depends on whether children also
require trainers.

       

 

      

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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