Class 1 Information

Class 1 2019-2020

Termly Topic Overviews and Homework

 

EYFS

 

Topic Overviews

2019 - 2020

Topic Overview Summer 2020

Topic Overview Spring 2020

Topic Overview Autumn 2019

Long Term Plan Sheet Class 1 2019 - 2020

2018-2019

Topic Overview Spring Term 2019

Topic Overview Autumn Term 2018

2017 - 2018

Topic Overview Summer Term 2018

Topic Overview Spring Term 2018

 Topic Overview Autumn Term 2017

2016 - 2017

Spring Term 2017

Autumn Term 2016

 

Phonics Screening for Year 1 children

Statutory phonics screening will take place in June. Please find links below regarding the screening programme. 

**Please note the June 2020 Phonics screening has been postponed until November 2020 for those children (now in Year 2) who missed the Year 1 screening.

Phonics Screening Letter

Phonics Screening Information Sheet

Phonics Screening Additional Information Sheet 

 

 

End of Year 1 Expectations

Year 1 End of Year Expectations

 

Reading

Our guided reading and individual reading books are made up from a range of reading schemes and Free Reader books to ensure the children are exposed to a wide and varied vocabulary. All books are colour coded and matched to reading abilities to ensure children read texts at a level appropriate to them. The Oxford Reading Tree scheme (ORT) remains the core system and pupils are introduced to the characters and texts in the Foundation Stage. Pupils reading to the equivalent of ORT level 14 will be encouraged to select from a wider range of Free Reader texts.

If you would like to learn more the full Literacy Policy can be viewed under the Key Documents section and you can always speak with your Class Teacher.

Reading Support Booklet

 

Phonics

Phonics and Spelling The teaching of phonics is introduced in Reception. Teachers use the ‘Letters and Sounds’ scheme up to the end of Year 2, thereafter the National Curriculum word and spelling lists.

If you would like to learn more the full Literacy Policy can be viewed under the Key Documents section and you can always speak with your Class Teacher.