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Year 1

During our summer term, we have been working super hard looking at two English stories; A Man on the Moon and Dougal's Deep Sea Diary. We have also looked at human and physical features in our Geography topic and compared two famous artists Van Gogh and Claude Monet. We selected our favourite painting from both artists and created our own. Keep up the hard work everyone and remember bug club, MyOn, ttrockstars and numbots to complete at home. 


Useful websites to access at home.


Bug Club-


Oak Academy -


Google Classroom-


ARA Quiz -


Phonics Play -






Welcome to our class page! 

We are happy to have you all back at school. It has been a difficult time for us all but we are looking forward to a year of learning, fun and making special memories. So far in year 1, we have enjoyed meeting our class and getting to know each other. Take a look at our class pages to see what we have been up to.



Class information


P.E: Thursday all children must come to school in P.E kit. 


Please keep using bug club at home. All children have their bug club login in their reading record books. 


Please keep completing google classroom. Homework is updated every Friday to be completed the following Friday.



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