Welcome to Year 1/2P
A normal day in Year 1/2P is full of amazing things. We always start the day with handwriting, phonics and then literacy. After break we have maths. At lunch when we are playing outside we love to play football, tag and skipping. In the afternoon we earn some amazing things like science, history and R.E.
School uniform is worn by all children in all classes from Nursery to Year 6. This supports our equal opportunities policy in school. For fundraising purposes, there will be occasional days where children do not need to wear uniform. All uniform must be clearly named and the school cannot take responsibility for losses.
The uniform is:-
- Royal blue knitted jumper or cardigan with our school logo (available online from Price and Buckland)
- Light blue shirt of blouse
- Grey skirt or trousers
- Black shoes (no trainers, sandals or heels)
- Grey socks or tights
- School royal blue and yellow striped tie
In the summer term, girls may wear a blue and white gingham dress.
PE will take place on Thursdays. On these days, come into school in your PE kit:
Black tracksuit bottoms (not shorts as it will be colder)
A plain t-shirt
A tracksuit top or jumper - any colour, but if it’s black or blue, even better!
Plain, black trainers
Year 1/2P Class Timetable
Here is a normal daily timetable for Year 1/2P children:
9am Morning Prayers, register and reading.
11.55am Lunchtime Prayers
9.05am – 10.30am Phonics
12pm – 1.15pm Lunchtime
10.30am – 10.45am First break
Afternoons: RE / Geography / History / Science / Art / DT
10.45am – 11.05am Number Sense
3pm onwards Prayer and home time
11.05am – 11.55am Maths
On Tuesdays, Year 1/2P have computing and, some half terms, We Are Adventurers (outdoor learning activities and challenges). When we are due to be Adventurers, you will be asked to come into school in appropriate clothing.
Homework / Reading
Instead of written homework this year, we would like you to practise your maths skills on Times Tables Rock Stars (Yr 2), Number Bots (Yr 1 and 2) and read a lot! We expect you to read for a minimum of 30 minutes each evening. This will really help you to make good progress in all aspects of your English.
Reading books are being sent home. They will be changed on a Monday or Thursday so that we can ‘quarantine’ books before they are read again by other children.
There are no reading records for parents / carers to complete this year so please read regularly as it will help you.
Other websites to help you at home:
Letter Join - practise your handwriting
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Oxford Owl e-books
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Account Password: StDunstans4P