Key Stage 1 2023 - 2024
Welcome to KS1
Our Topics this Half Term:
Science - Animals including humans wotha focus on life cycles, survival, the importance of exercise and healthy eating for humans.
Religious Education - Whay is Joseph a Bible hero and What do you think is the most important part of the Easter Story.
History - The Great Fire of London
Geography - Kenya - comparing a completely different location to Mow Cop
Art - Jackson Pollack artist with a focus on colours
DT - 'Dips and Dippers'
Computing - Presentations and managing online information
Music - singing in a round and responding to tempo/pulse
PE - Gymnastics, attacking and defending, bat and ball games
RSHE - No Outsiders - Hair, its a family affair and Think Positive.
Homework will be set on a Friday and will consist of reading, writing, maths or SPaG activities. This is due back in school the following Wednesday.
Helping your child at home
Reading: Continue to read regularly at home with your child. Every child should be reading at least 4 times a week and this will be monitored in school. If a child is not consistently reading at home, parents will be contacted.
Maths: Practise counting anywhere that you can. By the end of Y1, children need to be able to count (in ones) to a hundred. In Y2 practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, as this will prepare your child when they come to learn their times tables.
Handwriting: In Y1 the children will be introduced to precursive, this is the first step towards writing your letters joined up. In Y2 the children will start to learn how to do continuous cursive. At home encourage lots of opportunities to write; shopping lists, cooking and baking, writing instructions.
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