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21st October 2021

Dear Year 1 parents,

 

We just want to say how proud we are of the Year 1’s. They have really settled in well to their new routines and have been working very hard this term! 😊 Over the holidays, you may like some additional work to do with your children:

 

  • Year 1 reading question sheet – to help develop your child’s understanding when becoming more confident with a book (see below). 
  • Phase 3 phonics sounds – please practice reading these sounds (picture clues underneath). If your child becomes confident with them, they can practise writing the sound upon hearing it (see below). 
  • Maths – Next term we will be learning about 2D and 3D shapes. Keep a look out for them around the house and out and about to help your child learn their names! (shape activity ideas below too)

 

Wishing you a happy and healthy half term! 😊

 

Miss Todd and Mrs Kirk

Shape activity ideas

BOOK CHANGES - Every Monday

 

We have a designated adult who changes all the children's books on a Monday as it is a big task! Please try to remember to send your child in with their books and reading diaries on this day so this can be done (we understand that on occasions you might forget - we are all human!).

 

If for any reason your child's books need changing due to other reasons (e.g absence or no diary on that day), send us a note or email and we'll make sure they are done by the end of the week for you yes

 

Thank you smiley

 

Mrs Kirk - Mondays and Tuesdays - sarah.kirk@navenby.lincs.sch.uk

Miss Todd - Wednesday - Friday - natalie.todd@navenby.lincs.sch.uk

 

 

*** We currently have lots of unlabelled jumpers and cardigans in our classroom. Please let us know if you have lost one along with size and description and we will send it your way! Thank you ***

Welcome Letter copy

Mrs Smith's cottage chutney making!

After our visit to Mrs Smith's cottage, we were inspired to make our own 'olden days' chutney! 

The children loved their visit and this activity - and they all got to take some home to taste too!

Here are the ingredients: apples, onions, cherries, sultanas, brown sugar, white wine vinegar, mixed spices and salt (no mustard was added in the the end).

AUTUMN TREES - Cutting and sticking skills

OUR AUTUMN TREE DISPLAY!

Maths - greater than and less than crocodiles!


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