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Welcome to Year 1!


Welcome to Year 1's webpage, here you can find all out exciting class news, pictures of things you've done and more.

Year 1 Team

Mrs Goldsmith, Class Teacher
Mrs Webb, Class Teacher
Mrs Jeffery, Teaching Assistant

See what we are Learning in Year 1

Curriculum Overview - Autumn Term 2019

Curriculum Overview - Spring Term 2020

Letters To Parents

Letters - Summer Term 2020

Home Learning Area

This area has been created to support your child's learning from home. Below you will find home learning lessons, activities and useful educational links, to bring the classroom into your home!


Parents will be able to contact Mrs Goldsmith via email, she will be replying to her emails between 2pm and 3pm Monday to Friday.

Please make sure you include your child's name in the email, so that we can reply as quickly as possible. 


Email - 


If you are having issues accessing any online documents, please email - 

Mr Burge will try to get any issues sorted for you.


Morning message from Mrs Goldsmith

Monday  13th  July 2020



Good Morning Year 1!








On-going projects throughout the week

Blue Blue Peter Badge

Blue badge

Blue badges are awarded for sending in interesting letters, stories, makes, pictures, poems, good ideas for the programme, and for having appeared on Blue Peter. I know some children are avid fans of Blue Peter and very eager to try and gain a blue badge! Why not have a go? Here is the link:


Outdoor Activities

Please continue  to choose your daily wild activity and enjoy nature !


How many challenges have you been able to do so far? Has anyone caught a crab? Who has found animal tracks? Has anyone  gone for a walk barefoot?

Summer Term Topic

Sunshine, Sea and Sandwiches

This term we have looked at the world around us and focused on weather and revisiting  plants and animals. It is an exciting topic as the children will be using all their senses to learn and discover new things around them.  For the last few weeks of term we will be revisiting how to keep ourselves healthy  and discover amazing facts about the coastline around us. We will have a dip into history and learn about Grace Darling and learn how she was awarded a medal for her bravery.




Week beginning Monday 13th July 2020 

Topic and Literacy Activities

Be an Explorer !     Be a Scientist !       Discover  the World Around You! 



I have posted ten minute shake ups to help your child encourage your child to say  healthy by doing these fun games. PLease see the link above.


Science Activity

1.Using just paper, can you make a boat which floats? Can you make a sail ?  Good luck!


Please scroll down the page to discover lots more  fun activities focusing on  fine-motor control, speaking and listening skills, phonics, maths, dancing and yoga!  There are plenty of varied activities for you to get stuck onto, happy learning!






Fantastic Year 1 Learning

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch

By Ronda and David Armitage Published by Scholastic

What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday - Story Read Aloud

Take a Look Books! Books for use in Primary Schools. The third instalment of Julia Donaldson's amazing ladybird stories. Two naughty robbers, Lanky Len and H...

Handwriting, Pencil Control  and Cutting Skills  Activities

This week we are going to practice capital letters and pencil control. Pencil control is a calming, mindful activity but  it also takes a lot of concentration and effort. Try  to do the pencil control activities for a few minutes each day.








Speaking and Listening Activity
Mrs Jeffery's Group

Mrs Goldsmith's group


Click on this link to access this week's maths learning. There are five lessons - please complete one each day.

Extra maths fun!

Listening Skills

Enjoy the music !

Let's Go to the Ocean! Happy Animals and Relaxing Music For Children

Popcorn the Dolphin | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Popcorn the Dolphin | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! A kids yoga story all about staying calm, keeping breathing and thinking positive! Like Cosmic Kids on Fa...

Keep on Reading

Keep on Reading at Home!

100 Book Challenge


At Nansloe we love reading!


We are challenging all children at Nansloe, to see if they can read 100 books before leaving Nansloe.

This challenge is for children to read the books themselves, not have them read to them. After finishing reading the book, children will need to tick the book off and write the date they completed it. Please also record your read in your reading record.


Good Luck, Happy Reading!

Home Learning Letter

Home Learning Challenges

Please use the Website Links below. This is full of online resources, activities and games to support Home Learning.

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