Year 1 Weekly Update – 25/09/20

Writing:  We are launching our ‘Memory Box’ topic on Monday by looking back at family photos of special occasions, holiday snapshots or a birthday or two. Miss Yates and Miss Fountana have their baby photos at the ready, but can we ask for your photos too? Children, can you remember a wedding or a christening and […]

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Useful Websites To Aid Learning

Dear all parents and carers, We would like to draw your attention to the following websites that are offering free subscriptions and resources. Please note that some are only free for a limited time so please do not sign up to them too early. General Teaching and Learning Resources – activities and tasks your child […]

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Year 1 Weekly Update – 18/09/20

Writing: The children will continue to be encouraged to apply their phonics knowledge to their writing. The children have invitations to write throughout our provision. in Year 1, the children are encouraged to be independent in finding the resources needed to help them with graphemes (letters), phonemes (sounds) and tricky words. To give an example of meaningful and contextual […]

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1F Prayer Service

Thank you to Miss Fontana , Miss Byrne and Class 1F for leading the Prayer Service this week.  They reminded us that during Lent we need to think about the words and actions and the impact of these on others. We are incredibly proud of our children. It is such a pleasure to watch them […]

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Year 1 Home Learning

year1@stcatherines.barnetmail.net  – Please use this email to communicate with your Year Group Teachers. Year 1 Curriculum Information Years 1 and 2 Common Exception Words Year 1 – Space Year 1 RE – Week 1 Summer 1 – Resurrection Year 1 – Week 3 RE Sumdog Parent Access BBC Bitesize French: Practical lessons for KS1 over […]

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1Y Prayer Service

Thank you to Miss Yates and Class 1Y for leading the Prayer Service this week. They reminded us that during Lent it is a time to get to know God better and reflect on what we can do , through our words and actions, to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. The children made their […]

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