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Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
Year one welcome class 6 2013
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Year one welcome class 6 2013

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  • 1. Welcome To Year One12th September 2011
  • 2. Aims of Session • Share classroom routines • Share the curriculum • Reading Diaries • Visits • Answer your questions
  • 3. Meet the Year One Team Janet Woodcock and Chris Allen Lindy Surtees Mrs Singh Class 4 Class 5 Class 6 Mrs Murray and Mrs ShepherdMrs RhodesMrs Hurst
  • 4. PE Tuesday & Thursday PE kit: shorts, t-shirt, pumps Keep PE kits at school Please name all of your child’s clothing • large apparatus (gymnastics) • dance • games
  • 5. Library Day and Philosophy For Children Wednesday
  • 6. Reading in Year One • A member of staff will read with your child once a week • The teacher will assess your child’s reading and put them on an appropriate level • Please encourage independence: allow your child to choose their own reading book • Reading bags should go home daily • New reading diaries (please write in them!) • Daily phonics sessions • Reading Interventions
  • 7. The school Golden Rules oWe are resilient learners and try our best. oWe look after our school, community and planet. oWe make good choices oWe are caring and kind. oWe listen to each other. Talk about the Golden Rules with your child.
  • 8. SEAL Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning Learning to Learn •Weekly SEAL lesson and assemblies •Ready Steady Go Replay, Calming Down Tricks •New Beginnings, Getting On and Falling Out, Say No To Bullying •Peer Massage •Learning To Learn: resourceful, reciprocal, resilient, reflective, risk taking
  • 9. Planning, Preparation and Assessment (PPA) • All teachers get 10% of their working time to plan, prepare and assess. This is called Planning Preparation and Assessment time. (PPA) • PPA time in Year One is on a Wednesday morning • The PPA Teacher is Mrs Birtles • 3 exciting activities: Forest School, music composition and mental maths for Autumn term.
  • 10. Visits in Year One Term 1 Local Walk: geography, history, numeracy links Fire Fighters visit: for SEAL and Inferno links Methodist Church: RE, PSCE and geography links
  • 11. How To Help Your Child • Talk and Discuss! Look at the ‘Ask Me About’ poster for ideas Embed questioning and explaining language: why, who, where, when, how… I think this because • Read at home • Learn to read and write keywords • Attend Workshops (Literacy: October 24th 7pm-8pm, Maths: November 14rd 7pm-8pm) • You are very welcome to come and help in class. Please arrange this with mer. Eg Library parents working in the classroom, Friday letters, expertise eg playing instruments
  • 12. Keeping You Informed • Parent Workshops on SEAL, Writing and Maths • Parent Consultations in November, March and July (Celebration Afternoon) • Open Communication: Dialogue. Please talk to us about concerns before they become worries! After school is usually best. We are happy to talk on the phone at lunchtime. Please share successes and experiences with us. As your child’s primary role model and educator, you will help us to ‘get the full picture’.

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