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Year 1

Welcome to Y1!

General Information



Teachers: Miss Stone, Miss Hay and Miss Robinson

Teaching Assistant: Mr JonesMrs Barnes (Mon-Wed) and Ms Turner (Thurs & Fri)



Children will come to school dressed in their uniform and will bring their PE kit in a labelled bag.


Some PE sessions will take place outside unless there are extreme weather conditions i.e. ice, snow or heavy rain.


Please ensure they have the appropriate kit e.g. jogging bottoms/leggings and a jumper/hoodie.



Home learning menus are given out at the start of every half term highlighting activities and projects the children can complete based on their current topic.


Each half term, children will be encouraged to complete homework from a 'homework menu' from their class teacher. This will be a range of activities relating to their current topic that parents can complete with their children.


Please do share photographs of your children carrying out the tasks by sharing them with the year group's Twitter page. 

Topics covered:


Summer 2



This half term we will be taking an exciting business venture as entrepreneurs! Our learning will take us on a journey to create our very own brand and marketing and then we will sell our products to the wider school community.


We will use our persuasive writing skills to convince people to buy our products by creating advertisements. In maths, we will focus on money including: adding, subtracting and giving change. Before selling our product, we will use the design and technology cycle: research, design, make and evaluate.


We will identify different job roles such as: market researchers, designers, scientists/engineers, sales people and accountants and link these to the skills that we learn.

Knowledge Organisers

Books to enjoy at home!

Summer 2


She Plants A Business: Kids Entrepreneurship by Mahmoud Elzein 

When Amber overhears her parents discussing how money is tight at home, she comes up with her own idea for a business - painting colourful planted pots! With the help of her parents and friends, Amber shows that her business ideas can be as big as her heart.





How to Start a Business: For Kids! by Lilly Talavera

The book emphasizes the importance of hard work, determination, and persistence in the world of business. It also teaches kids about the basic principles of economics, such as supply and demand, and how to create a profit by offering a product that meets the needs of consumers. This book helps children develop critical thinking skills, creativity, and decision-making abilities. 


That's Mathematics by Tom Lehrer

We are surrounded by and engaging with maths every day without even realising it and this vibrant and totally fun picture book aimed at 5- to 8-year-olds brings that to life and proves that maths is useful, interesting, fun and EVERYWHERE! 




Little Leaders: Visionary Women Around the World by Vashti Harrison

Featuring the true stories of 40 inspirational women creators - from writers to inventors, artists to scientists - this book is as inspirational as it is educational. Readers will meet trailblazing women such as revolutionary architect, Zaha Hadid, actor/inventor Hedy Lamarr, environmental activist Wangari Maathai, modernist painter and animator Mary Blair and physicist Chien-Shiung Wu. Some names will be familiar, some will not - but all these women had a lasting impact on their fields.