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Welcome to Clarendon Infant School

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Year 1

Dear children and parents/carers,

 

Please look in the Home Learning Pack subpage for some ideas for learning this week.  This week we are focusing on non-fiction writing about animals.  There is a one page document with the activities listed and a bit more detail within the subpages or a standalone printable pack if you prefer. Please do not feel you need to complete all the activities.  Adapt them as you wish or indeed you may be following your child's interests with other learning too or instead.  Practical activities like art and craft, cooking, Lego/construction and junk modelling are all great learning activities and also great for distraction/relaxing for all.  The planning reflects broadly what we would have been covering in school.  

 

Please remember that time spent at home will be far more intense and please do not feel you have to spend the whole day on learning, especially as many of you will be trying to work from home as well. If you do not have access to a computer/are not able to access this content please email your child's teacher or contact the school office and we will print a paper copy for you.

 

Bug Club

We know that some of you are finding it tricky to access Bug Club online after the login home page was changed. This link should take you straight to the login page.

 

If you have any questions, please email us and we will reply during school hours.

 

The Year 1 Team

Information about Year 1


There are three Year One classes  - Otters, Hedgehogs and Squirrels. There is also a mixed Year One / Two class called Kingfishers.

In Year One we build on the progress already made in early years. We develop key learning skills that help us to be independent learners with a 'can-do' attitude.


Throughout the academic year, we develop our learning through creative and stimulating themes incorporating outdoor learning, drama and exciting experiences. Recently we came to school and discovered a crime scene in our classrooms with bowls of porridge, a lock of golden hair, a red ribbon and a necklace with a G on it.  After watching the school CCTV we discovered Goldilocks had been visiting. We assisted the local Police by writing wanted posters and thinking of questions to ask her once she was caught!

 

            

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