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Welcome to Year 1 - Yellow Class

Mrs Glover

Mrs Glover


BA (Hons) QTS pending
Mrs Glover

My name is Mrs Glover and I have the pleasure of teaching our Year 1 Yellow Class and I have been part of our learning environment for the past two years. It is a privilege to be part of this amazing school community, and I look forward to many more

Miss L Wright

Miss L Wright


Miss L Wright

PE Day & PE Kit

PE will take place on WEDNESDAY.

Please ensure you child comes to school in their PE Kit on that day.

What's New
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Snack Money

Tuck Shop is available after school on Wednesday and Friday.

Daily healthy snack is available to purchase every day at break time.

Snack money can be paid to a classroom staff.

The maximum amount snack will cost is £2 a week.

Children welcome to bring their own snack from home which is less than 110 calories.

Reading Books

Reading Books will usually be changed Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.

Please read with your child every night and sign their reading record.

Reading books are changed once a book has been read three times.

Knowledge Organiser

You have been given a Knowledge Organiser and Homework Grid with some tasks relating to our topic.

Each week we will have a focus that has been covered on the Knowledge Organiser.



Children will recieve up to 10 spellings per week to learn at home and will need to return them each Wednesday before the test.

Children will recieve up to 5 didi dots for each completed piece of homework from this half terms topic homework grid.


Recent Terms Archive


Our topic for this half term is…..


Our exciting topic for this term is Wildlife Watch! Get ready to embark on a journey with Yellow Class as we explore the wonders of wildlife, delve into maps to locate key countries and investigate our own beautiful UK.

We'll be honing our map-reading skills to pinpoint key countries where diverse wildlife thrives. Alongside, we'll deepen our understanding of where we are situated within the UK. With a keen eye for detail, we'll engage in map work and even try our hand at drawing our own maps.

Then, we'll uncover the fascinating ways in which changing weather affects our surroundings, impacting the availability of food for wildlife. Exploring seasonality will open doors to understanding the food chain and how it shapes the lives of various species in our ecosystem.

It's crucial for us to be mindful of the impact human behaviours can have on our local area and beyond. Let's join forces to protect our environment and the incredible wildlife that calls it home. Our mission is to save the bees and other wildlife species found in the UK.

Exciting times lie ahead, where learning about wildlife, map exploration, weather phenomena and conservation efforts will blend seamlessly into our engaging curriculum. Let's collaborate, investigate, and make a positive difference together!

Reading List

Here are some books, linked to our topic, that we think you might like to read at home.


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