Welcome to Year 1 The Year 1 Team

Welcome to Year 1 The Year 1 Team

Welcome to Year 1 The Year 1 Team Teacher Miss Hoare Teaching assistant Mrs Curwen Parent volunteer Mrs Patrick PPA cover Miss Jones NQT cover Miss Jones Music Mr. Watts Timetable Monday = R.E and P.E

Tuesday = Science Wednesday = History and Computing Thursday = Music, P.E and Art Friday = Computing and SEAL Library Books Changed once a week on a Wednesday Literacy Guided reading and phonics every morning 10:15- 10:45. Literacy lesson every day (1 hour). Focus can be:

writing (including Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar ) speaking and listening including drama reading including reading comprehension phonics handwriting Home Readers - Please send reading diaries and reading books in every day. Your comments are vital, please sign them when you hear your child read. Marking Literacy KS1

Fantastic phrases/sentences highlighted green Errors (grammar/poor vocabulary choices) highlighted in yellow _____ = incorrect letter formation (correct formation modelled at bottom of piece of work and practice letters provided) Double tick = especially good use of vocabulary or punctuation. Sp = spelling error identified peice = spelling error identified rewritten correctly x3 VF = verbal feedback received from an adult (children to initial alongside) * Close the gap marking identifying a specific mistake/misconception and addressing it with a model/question/

example to clarify understanding. Numeracy Numeracy lesson every day (1 hour). This hour is split into two 30 minute sessions. 9:00-9:30- Practical discussion based anchor task. 9:45-10:15- Written recording session. Children will follow the Primary Framework blocks of work: Counting, partitioning and calculating. Securing number facts and understanding shape. Handling data and measures.

Calculating, measuring and understanding shape. Securing number facts, relationships and calculating. Marking Maths KS1 Written work for Numeracy = correct answer . = incorrect answer Errors highlighted in yellow = reversed digit (practice digit x5 at bottom of page)

VF = oral feedback received from an adult (children to initial alongside) * Close the gap marking identifying a specific mistake/misconception and addressing it with a model/question/example to clarify understanding. Mathletics Mathletics is an online Maths learning platform, which is designed to help children enjoy maths and improve their results.

The PA has funded a subscription for all the children. Individual log-ons will be sent home on Tuesday 20th September. Age Related Expectations (ARE) Additional events Reading workshop 9-10 am Year1 =Tuesday 1st November

Christmas performances Foundation / KS1 = afternoon 8th December morning 9th December Foundation and KS1 Mothers Day assembly 24th March 2017 Father's Day assembly 16th June 2017 Proposed visits: Thinktank museum- October 2016 Safeguarding Moor Hall Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and

expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If your child is going home with another adult, we can only allow this if school have had prior notification, this can either be written or an oral message to a member of staff. We are only allowed to administer prescribed medication. Any medication should be handed into the school office and the necessary documentation completed. If you child uses an inhaler or Epipen, please can you check the expiry dates. Risk assessments will be completed prior to visits etc.

Moor Hall School Golden Rules Do be gentle Do listen Do look after property Do be kind and helpful Do be polite Do work hard Do be honest Individual Reward Every child has a plate template which is

divided into 7 sections each section relates to a Golden Rule. Thank you for being honest Thank you for working hard Thank you for being gentle

Thank you for being polite Thank you for looking after property Thank you for being kind

and helpful Thank you for listening Individual Reward Golden plate Children will be awarded a sticker for specific section when they have demonstrated that rule exceptionally well. Children who complete their plate will receive an award at the end of each term. Plate 1 certificate and Moor Hall pencil. Plate 2 certificate and Moor Hall pen.

Plate 3 certificate and Moor Hall ruler. If a child is awarded all 3 plates within an academic year they will be rewarded with a Moor Hall enamel badge. Golden Rules Rewards There will be a Golden Rules assembly each half term. Class teachers nominate 7 children, one for each Golden Rule, who has demonstrated consistent, positive behaviour.

These children will receive a special certificate. Class Behaviour KS1 Each classroom will display an empty jar. Teachers will reward good behaviour with 1 pom pom in the jar. 5 pom poms in the jar = 1 Golden coin The jar will then be emptied and the class starts again. Class teachers will chat with the children what their reward could be for 5, 10, 15 and 20 golden coins.

What about poor behaviour? Stage One Re-focus on the Golden rule that is being broken . Positive reinforcement of the golden rules using positive role model. Stage Two Staff will make a statement indicating that the behaviour is wrong for that location. (classroom \ playground). Staff will provide a choice offer change of location within that environment. Change the childs location to a different environment.

What about poor behaviour? Stage 3- Putting It Right! Put It Right sheet is a way to help the child reflect upon poor behaviour. It offers them an opportunity to put right mistakes, and move on. Put It Right sheets will be completed for any time-out period. Staff will discuss the Put It Right sheet before the child goes back to class. Put It Right sheets will be kept in a class file for future

reference. Once a child has completed 3 Put It Right sheets, then they will progress to Stage 4. Put It Right Reflection sheet KS1 Which Golden Rule didnt I follow? Do listen Do be gentle Do be honest Do look after property Do work hard

Do be polite Do be kind and helpful What can I do to put this right? From now on I will Uniform Please ensure that all items (clothing / bags / books etc) are named. Long hair should be tied back, any hair accessories should be in school colours.

Jewellery small stud earrings, religious jewellery only. No coloured nail varnish please. Packed Lunches - suggestions No nut or peanut butter products please. A good portion of starchy food, e.g. wholegrain bap, thick sliced wholemeal bread, chapatti, pitta pocket, pasta or rice salad. Plenty of fruit and vegetables, e.g. an apple, satsuma, handful of cherry tomatoes or carrot sticks, mini-can of fruit chunks in natural juice or small box of raisins.

A portion of semi skimmed milk or dairy food, e.g. individual cheese portion or pot of yoghurt. A portion of lean meat, fish or alternative, e.g. ham, chicken, beef, tuna, egg, or hummus. A drink, e.g. a fruit juice, semi skimmed milk or water. No sweets / chocolate bars or biscuits please . What we are learning this term?

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