Welcome to Year 1

Our teacher is Miss Corradine and our teaching assistant is Mrs French.


Hi! We can't have real hugs but we can still have real fun in Year One!

Summer Term

The weather is getting better so  please ensure your child has a labelled water bottle in school everyday and is wearing sun cream/a sunhat on those lovely sunny days. To help keep track of your belongings, please label all of your children’s clothes and bags, including their P.E. kit. Our PE days are still Wednesdays and Fridays.


Please click here for our Summer Curriculum Newsletter.

Please click here for our Spring Curriculum Newsletter.

Please follow the following links for our knowledge organisers for.... Science and History.

Useful Documents

How Can I Help My Child With Their Learning?

1. Familiarise yourself with Miss Corradine and how things work in Year One:

Meet the Teacher 

2. Familiarise yourself with our Year One Curriculum by reading our End of Year Expectations:

Please click here for End of Year One Expectations

3.  Have a look at the details of what we do in Maths, English and Phonics:

Year 1 Calculation Policy

Please click here for further information on Grammar 

Please click here for further information on Spelling

Please click here for phonics pronunciation

Please click here for free phonics games

4. My child is on X book band. What does this mean?

Book band information

5. See the following resources if your child needs help with these common areas for development:

"b" and "d"

Backwards Numbers

Enjoying Reading at Home

Resilience - turn negative thoughts into positive ones

Home Learning

Please also visit our main Home Learning Page in addition to this page for lots of ideas!

Below you will find some useful websites to support you with learning from home. Feel free to explore these resources and have fun with you learning. I am always looking for exciting new resources and you guys always have the best recommendations! 


Maths -

See BBC Bitesize daily lessons.

Please click here for White Rose Maths resources. A series of lessons with videos and free, printable worksheet.

Please click here for Hamilton Trust Home Learning.

Remember to continue to practise your  number skills and  times tables. 


English and Phonics

English -

Please click here for Hamilton Trust Home Learning - updated on a weekly basis. This is excellent for ideas to help provide opportunities for writing at home.

Please click here for Alphablocks guide to Letters and Sounds.

Please click here for the video WE made - a guide to Phase 5 sounds plus games to play.

Remember to keep reading books on Rising Stars reading planet - click the picture below to login. 

Click here for access to lots of free online books to read.



Our Spring Topic is "Was Childhood Better When My Grandparents Were Five?". 

Do you already know anything about History?

Do you know what your Grandparents did at school when they were your age?

What other questions could we ask our Grandparents?


Our Science Topic is Animals Including Humans.

This is a fabulous, fun topic where we learn about human and animal body parts, the senses, and animal grouping and classification.

I love Nature so please enjoy these Biology resources.

Please click here for the RSPB Wild Challenge. A great way to engage with Nature.

Click here for some minibeasts related resources.

Click here for some plant related resources.

If you wish to have some science fun at home, click on the website and explore the experiments!


Health and Meditation

Please click here for Cosmic Kids - great to keep moving and stay positive. Year 1 love it!

Please click here for GoNoodle.  We have an account in school and Year 1 love it! We recommend Pop See Ko.




Boogie Beebies


Disney 10 Minute Shakeups


Super Movers




Mindfulness and Anxiety



Who's feeling creative today? Why not visit Tate Kids and create your very own master piece in the style of your favourite artist? There are also digital challenges and animations to get your creativity flowing. The Pop Art Andy Warhol challenge is one of my favourites!                            https://www.tate.org.uk/kids

Previous Curriculum Newsletters

Please click here for Spring 2019

Please click here for Autumn 2018