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Key Stage 1

Who's Who in Key Stage One 

 

Mrs Godley - Year 2, KS1 Lead, Maths Lead, Phonics Lead

Mrs Sensical-Dyke- Year 2, EVC

Mrs Spencer-Elkington - HLTA

 

 

Miss Selby - Year 1, Performing Arts Coordinator 

Mrs Webster - Year 1, Computing Coordinator

Mrs Yapp - TA

Miss Galloway - TA

 

 

 

Important Information

 

  • Please listen to your child read at least 3x a week and record it in your child's reading record.
  • Y1 PE day is Friday - Please send your child to school wearing their PE kit.
  • Y2 PE days are Tuesday and Thursday - Please send your child to school wearing their PE kit.

Key Stage 1 

 

What can you do to help with your child's learning?

Reading

The single most helpful thing you can do with your child is read.  This includes reading to them and listening to them read.  We ask that you do this at least three times a week and record it in your child's reading record.

Please see the documents below containing more information about how we teach phonics and reading in Key Stage One.

Maths

Ask your child to tell you about what they have been learning in Maths. 

Be positive about maths. Try not to say things like "I can’t do maths" or "I hated maths at school" - your child may start to think like that themselves.

Point out the maths in everyday life. Include your child in activities involving numbers and measuring, such as shopping, cooking and travelling.

Praise your child for effort rather than for being "clever". This shows them that by working hard they can always improve.

Please see the documents below containing more information about Maths coverage in Key Stage One.

Extended Curriculum

Please see below for details of our Autumn Term topic and for details about what child will be learning in each subject area.  Please talk about the subject areas with your child and ask them questions about their learning. Maybe they can retell you the story of The Gruffalo!  

Online

There are various online learning platforms you can access to help your child with their school work (see below), login details and passwords can be found in the front of your child's reading record.

 

What to do if you have a concern or a problem

Please arrange to see your class teacher by organising an appointment through the office. If you have any further concerns, please arrange to see Mrs Godley who will be happy to speak to you at any time.

 

Uniform

Pupils should be in the correct school uniform at all times in accordance with school policy. All children should wear a white shirt with school jumper and tie along with a grey/black skirt or trousers. School shoes should be plain black.  Trainers are not permitted. We appreciate your support in following this policy.