Year One Notice Board
We have been enjoying many books in class together:
Last updated 17.10.19
BHSA Christmas Card Project 2019
Yesterday we sent sent home a Christmas card design information leaflet. If you would like to take part, please get your child to design a Christmas picture at home. You must return the artwork to school by Tuesday 29th October at the very latest as the designs are sent off on Wednesday 30th October.
As you may be aware, Belmont have introduced a new handwriting scheme.Here is a link to the new handwriting guidelines to enable you to support your children practising letter formation at home.
Calendar/ Key dates
W.C. 7th October - Climate Change Week
Friday 11th October - Year 1 trip to London Transport Museum
Friday 18th October - Last day of half term
Monday 28th October - First day back
|Monday||Indoor PE.||Children need a full Belmont PE kit that is labelled.|
|Tuesday||Outdoor PE for Pears.||Children need a full Belmont PE kit that is labelled.|
|Friday||Outdoor PE for Cherries.||Children need a full Belmont PE kit that is labelled.|
Please see the link below for the autumn Home Learning homework.
For further information about Home Learning and ideas on how to support your child please click here.
Daily (15-20 mins)
Reading Records must be brought into school every Monday to be checked. It may be that the Reading Record is checked more than once during the week. Children are able to change their reading book whenever they need to.
Children may also borrow books from the Infant Library. We encourage the children to share their library book with an adult at home as well.
|Key words/ Spelling||
Please can you regularly revisit the Year 1 Common Exception Words with your child to ensure that they can read and spell them correctly. It would also be useful to begin looking at the Year 2 Common Exception Word list in advance of the children beginning Year 2. Also it would be helpful if you could make sure that your children practice how to spell their surnames as well as using capital and lowercase letters correctly in their first name.
|Number Facts and Times Tables||
It would be useful if the children could be given opportunities at home to practice the following key maths skills: number formation, spelling number words up to 20, number recognition up to 100, counting forwards and backwards, recognising one more or one less of a given number, adding and subtracting single and two digit numbers, and doubles up to 20.
|Creative Home Learning||
Autumn Topic - From A to B
Our autumn term topic is 'From A to B'.
Our Word Aware list is available on the following link:
|Learning this week:|
Instructions - following and using our own
Adding using objects and number lines
|Learning next week:|
Subtraction using objects and number lines