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Welcome back to school and to the start of Year 1!


We are delighted to see you all after a long time away from school. 

We have had a great first-week-back, with lots of fun activities, such as making paper aeroplanes, practising our counting, and using our cutting skills to put Humpty back together again. 


This term, our essential question is 'How many different ways can we show our thanks?'  We will also be looking at how people helped each other through the pandemic - from going to work and helping the community, to helping each other at home by showing love, sharing with siblings and helping around the house.


We are so excited to begin sharing our learning journey with you. Don't forget to check back regularly to keep updated!


Love, The Year One Team xxxx


Useful information


Drop off and pick up times.


Ash class                                                                              Holly Class

Drop off : 08:40                                                                     Drop off: 08:50

Pick up: 14:50                                                                         Pick up: 15:00


Please line up in the allocated areas when dropping off and collecting your children. Ash Class should line up to the left of the gate, down Broadmere Avenue, whilst Holly class will line up opposite, in the direction of High Lawn Way. 


Please do come to the gate at collection time.

We will be unable to send any children out of the gates unless we have seen you - thank you!



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  • Please send children into school wearing their PE kit on Wednesdays.
  • Book bags to be sent into school on PE day only.
  • Lunch bags/boxes are not permitted in school. Lunches must be sent in in a disposable bag, which can be thrown away when finished with.



Year One Staffing -  2020-2021

Ash Class - Mrs Ryan, Miss McClintock & Mrs Lyndon  

Holly Class - Miss Tinsley, Mrs Larcombe & Mrs Lyndon



Why not help your child master their handwriting at home?

Tricky Words and Sight Words Song

Please help your children practise their tricky words by watching this video.

Los Colores: The Colours in Spanish Song by Risas y Sonrisas Spanish for Kids

We have been learning how to say the colours in Spanish! Help us practise by singing along at home!

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