Year 1 Homework

In preparation for literacy next week, we would like children to plan an alternative chapter for the story of Goldilocks.  For example:- Goldilocks went to the garage and sat on their bikes.  Daddy Bear’s bike was too high.  Mummy Bear’s bike was too fast.  Baby Bear’s bike was perfect but the …

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Year one homework 25.2.16

This week we would like the children to keep a weather diary recording the weather each day.  Please ensure homework is returned to school by 4.3.16 as they will be using their diaries to support work in class.  Many thanks for your continued support.

Y1 Homework 11.2.16 due 25.2.16

For this week’s homework, the children will need to complete pages 6-10 of their Abacus maths workbook. Please make sure that books are returned to school by 25th February at the latest. As always, please read with your child 3x weekly minimum and practise spellings and phonics. We hope you …

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Y1 homework 28.1.16 due 4.2.16

This week we are concentrating on using capital letters and full stops correctly. Y1 will need to complete the sheet (which will be given out on Thursday), and re-write the sentences inserting a capital letter and full stop in the correct place. Any questions please ask. Miss Faulkner and Mrs …

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Y1 homework Thursday 21.1.16 due in 28.1.16

The homework this week, in addition to Oxford Reading Tree and Reading Challenge books, spellings and Maths Passport targets, will be a maths sheet on time. Please practise with your child telling the time to o’clock and half past. Thanks for your support, Mrs Byrne and Miss Faulkner

Spellings

You can now access your spellings and test yourself by clicking Pupils and the visiting the Spellings page. Alternatively click here

Curriculum Notes Year 1 Autumn 2016

Dear Parents, Welcome back to another year at Little Sutton Primary School.  We hope you enjoyed the summer holidays and we look forward to working with you and your child this year. These curriculum notes are intended to give you an idea of the topics your child will be studying …

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