Micklands Primary School

Micklands Primary School

Micklands Primary School

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Willow Class

 "Pupils in Year 1 achieved well in the phonic check".

 

Ofsted Inspection Report, 2015.

 

Welcome to Miss Chard's Class - January 2018  

Please find information about our learning in Term 3 and 4 here.

This week we have really brought our learning to life. On Monday we had a visit from a former Beefeater who lived in the Tower of London. He came to talk to the children about his life as a Beefeater and wore his uniform - what a fantastic experience! On Tuesday we had our Great Fire of London day. Thank you for all of the effort you put into the children's costumes; they looked amazing and it really helped us to step back in time and experience life in 1666. Throughout the morning the children were able to practice different jobs that would have been done in London in 1666 and then in the afternoon they became archaeologists and had to put their knowledge from the morning into practice. We had a wonderful day!

   

The children were able to make ink and use a quill to write their names. They became tanners and use hammer and nail to make patterns on leather bookmarks.

   

Some of the children used wax to make their own candles while others worked in the barber surgeon to help make others feel better.

 

We had to sew our initial onto a hankie and made smelly scent bags.

 

In the afternoon, we were digging in soil to help us find out more about the types of shops that were damaged in the fire. We found some very interesting things!

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Homework is given out on Wednesday and due in the following Monday. Children will have a spelling test every Monday morning.

Our PE days are every Friday and alternate Mondays. Please make sure your child has their full kit in school each week.

Library day is on a Thursday.

PDF icon Meet the teacher September 2017

PDF icon Curriculum newsletter September 2017

Literature Spine for Year 1

Handwriting and Spelling workshop information

Click here for Phonics Workshop information

Here are a list of common words that children should be able to read and write by the end of Year 1 and Year 2. These should be practised daily to help your child's reading progess.

We are also working hard to form our numbers and letters correctly. Click the links below to see our number formation rhymes to use at home:

Number formation rhymes