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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day


Spellings - This week’s spellings are – catch, hutch, fetch, witch, patch.

Your spelling rule – tch follows a short vowel.

Homework –

Spellings - This week’s spellings are - bank, honk, think, skin, basket.

Your spelling rule - sound is spelt as k rather than as c before e, i and y.

Please practice your spellings daily in lots of different ways, in your handwriting books, using chalks, rainbow writing, write them in a sentence, write them using the opposite hand, write them and underline the vowel, make them in playdough, use magnetic letters. Be as creative as you can.

Talk homework

Tell a grown up something about the Tudor times.

Abacus - The children can access this resource via the website and complete one game as their Mathematics homework. 

The children have their own log in details, these can be found in their reading diaries. The school code is kmm7 in the bottom box.


Please see the letter regarding reading expectations in the front of your child’s reading diary. Please ensure your child has their reading folder in school every day. The children will bring home a weekly reading for pleasure book, as well as their reading book. This is to share together and promote a love for reading.


Practice reading, writing and sound buttons on your real and nonsense words.

In English, we have looked at a picture of a city and listened to a city. We produced a fantastic zig zag book and we linked each page to one of our sense to describe the city.


During Global Learning, we have learnt about when Henry VIII was King and married Catherine of Aragon and how she was linked to Buckden Towers.


Within Science, we have recapped the signs of Autumn and have created an Autumn tree in our books.


In Mathematics, we have made a fantastic start in learning our numbers to 50. We were able to fill in missing numbers on a number track and subtracted one digit numbers from a two-digit number.

On world book day we loved being in our pyjamas, having hot chocolate and a biscuit, reading our favourite books, doing a book scavenger hunt, making a book mark and watching celebrates read a book.


“I have enjoyed PE” (Sebastian).

“I enjoyed counting to 50” (Edmund).

“I enjoyed Phonics and spellings” (Matilda. M).

“I have enjoyed doing handwriting” (Harper).

The Year 1 email address in a direct way of contacting the Year One Team –

Have a safe and happy weekend.