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Year 1 Welcome Meeting. 10 th September 2014. Introductions. Miss Wood Mrs Burgul Mrs Watkins. Morning Routines. Jackets/PE kits placed into lockers Water bottle in the tray Book bag on table on entry to classroom 8:30 Head out onto the playground

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year 1 welcome meeting

Year 1 Welcome Meeting

10th September 2014

  • Miss Wood
  • Mrs Burgul
  • Mrs Watkins
morning routines
Morning Routines
  • Jackets/PE kits placed into lockers
  • Water bottle in the tray
  • Book bag on table on entry to classroom
  • 8:30 Head out onto the playground
  • 9:00 Register seated on class carpet area
  • Children can be on the bus as soon as you are happy.
  • There is a member of staff to help them off the bus
  • Children are Escorted to the bus in the evenings by members of staff.
  • Please ensure they have a bus tag on their book bag, so we know they are on the bus and which bus they will be on.
weekly timetable1
Weekly Timetable
  • PE- Monday and Thursday
  • Golden Worship on Friday at 2:45pm (Parents will be contacted prior)


  • Reading and writing numbers to 20.
  • Count in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s.
  • Identify one more and one less
  • Know number bonds to 20.
  • Use language of ‘more than’, ‘most’
  • Use +, - and =symbols
  • Add and subtract numbers

Geometry and Measure

  • Use common vocabulary for comparison, heavier, taller etc.
  • Begin to measure length, capacity and weights
  • Recognise coins and notes
  • Recognise and name common 2D and 3D shapes
  • Describe position and movement
  • Tell the time to the hour and half hour
  • Use the language of days, weeks, months and years
  • Fractions
  • Recognise and use ½ and 1/4
how can you can help with numeracy

Cooking with children. Measuring, comparing etc.

Helping with the shopping. Counting

Telling the time to the hour and half hour.

How can you can help with numeracy?

Using everyday activities at home can help children practice skills and consolidate learning.

Looking at money when paying in shops.



Name letters of the alphabet

Spell common ‘exception’ words

Spell the days of the week

Use very common prefixes and suffixes

Form lowercase letters correctly

Form capital letters and digits

Compose sentences orally before writing

Read own writing to peers or teachers


Match graphemes for all phonemes

Read accurately by blending sounds

Read words with very common suffixes

Read contractions and understand purpose

Read phonics books aloud

Link reading to own experiences

Join in with predictable phrases

Discuss significance of title and events

Make simple predictions


Leave spaces between words

Begin to use basic punctuation

Use capitals for proper nouns

Use common plural and verb suffixes

Speaking and Listening

Listen and respond appropriately

Ask relevant questions

Maintain attention and participate



Autumn Term – Time Machine

Great Fire of London

  • Explore the main events of the fire
  • Investigate Charles II and his part in the introduction of the Fire Brigade.
  • Compare and contrast changes in to the fire brigade after the fire and modern fire divisions.
  • Subjects being covered Design Technology/ Art/ History and Computing.
guided reading
Guided Reading
  • Different ability groups, approximately 6 in a group
  • Books are more challenging than individual reading books
  • Focused on current phonic skills being taught
  • Discussion based on title, events, key words etc
  • All children contribute to reading and discussion at appropriate level
  • Strategies for reading
  • Follow up activities to consolidate skills and concepts covered
reading at home
Reading at home
  • Daily
  • Fluent with few words being broken down
  • Practice and consolidation of skills from phonic sessions
  • Own level and pace


  • Fridays
  • 15 minsIXL (Numeracy Based)
  • Education City phonics activities
  • Health Care Plans- Please complete and return to us
  • Medicine during school
  • Water Bottles
  • Injuries
additional information
Additional Information
  • Trips and visitors
  • Parent helpers
  • KS1 Christmas production
  • Letters and Blog
  • Reading Records (notes/information)
  • Bus Tags and CATC