Chorley All Saints Church Of England Primary School And Nursery Unit

Love to Learn, Together with the Lord

 

The Topic for this half term is 'Penguins, Pigs and Possums'.

 

Have a look at some of our links below to help support your child's learning at home.

 

In Year One, your child can choose to buy toast or prepared fruit for 15p each, every morning playtime.  In the afternoon, the children have a carton of

milk and a choice of seasonal fruit for free. Water is available all day from a filtered water fountain, but every child must have a water bottle of their own. You can buy these from the school office or provide one from home. Please

ensure that it has your child’s’ name on it.

Number work

 

In Maths for this half term we will be chanting our 2x tables, our 5x tables and our 10x tables.

Can you help at home by reciting them with your child?

When we look at a 2 digit number, for example 24, we say that there are 2 tens and 4 units.

If you see a 2 digit number, ask your child if they know how many tens and how many units!

 

Phonics/Spellings

 

Spellings are given on Mondays, testing is on Friday!

Please click on your child's Phonics teacher for this weeks spellings

 

 

Year 1 Curriculum

At the beginning of each term, your child’s class teacher will send out a new curriculum letter.  These letters outline different topics and activities which will be undertaken over the course of the term.  The letter might also indicate how you can support your child at home. Please click here for the latest year 1 curriculum letter.

 

 Homework Expectations

In order to help your child progress as much as possible in Year One we expect them to complete homework each week.

Homework will include:

  • Reading
  • Phonics and Spelling
  • A half term homework sheet where you can help your child complete 3 different activities.

 

Homework for Autumn 1

Please click here for the latest homework sheet. These homework tasks are designed to be fun, inspiring and child directed.

Please work together with your child to complete 3 tasks from the selection on the sheet. The way you present the work is entirely up to you.

Many thanks.

 

 

Links

www.oliverjeffers.com