St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

'For with God nothing shall be impossible' Luke 1:37

Langport Avenue, Longsight, Manchester, M12 4NG

admin@st-lukes.manchester.sch.uk

0161 273 3648

Year 1

Welcome to Year 1

 

 

We hope you had a super summer break!

Welcome back to the Autumn term, this is term one of six. 

Let's have a fantastic year.


Your teachers are Mrs Fawcett-Foster, Miss Kelso and our fabulous teaching assistant is Mrs Pritchard we are all in 1KFF.

 Your teachers are Mrs Chohan and the lovely teaching assistant for 1C is Mrs Haynes.


Teaching will be a little different to the start of the Autumn term, as we will be using some of the EYFS strategies and the curriculum to help catch up or to bridge the gaps on what the children may have missed. We will continue with the continuous provision each day. We are hoping to move away from this provision by the end of term 1, so the children are able to prepare themselves for the Spring term. 

Mid Term plans and the long term plan are below for the academic year for you to look at, at your leisure. 

    PE

    • White T shirt
    • Black shorts or leggings (above the knee for gymnastics)
    • Pumps or trainers  
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    Long hair must be tied back, no jewellery must be worn at any time and head scarves must be securely fastened or removed for PE.

    We take part in dance, gymnastics and outdoor games every week (depending on the weather of course!) and children need to have the appropriate kit for all PE lessons.  It is easier if PE kits are kept in school on the children's pegs and only taken home at the end of the half term for washing.

    1KFF PE Timetable

    Monday  - Outdoor Games

    Friday - Gymnastics/Dance

     

    1C PE Timetable

    Monday - Outdoor Games

    Friday - Gymnastics/Dance 

    Homework

    Spellings will be sent home weekly on a Thursday and will be tested on the following Friday with 10 spellings and also 5 phonics words to read each week. Homework for maths will be sent out every  Thursday and must be completed for Monday. Children who do not complete their homework will stay in during Monday playtime and complete it then (hopefully this will not happen). All homework sent home is to clarify learning from Numeracy or Literacy. 

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