Year 1 – Dragonflies

Welcome to Y1 Dragonflies! My name is Mrs Williamson and I will be working with your children Monday to Wednesday. On Thursdays and Fridays Miss Tapley is the Class Teacher. Miss Conway is our lovely Teaching Assistant that the children already have a fantastic relationship with. The children are very excited that Miss Tapley and Miss Conway have joined them in their journey into Year 1! We work together as a team to ensure that your child enjoys coming to school to learn in a creative, fun environment. Throughout the year we have lots of exciting learning activities planned! We strive to help your child achieve their full potential. We have high expectations and encourage the children to aim high too. Children are encouraged to be independent and each child is a valued member of the class with something unique to contribute. We hope that your children will enjoy their time in Y1 and that you will support them on their learning journey. We are so pleased to see how many children are enjoying reading at home. Your support is greatly appreciated and makes a huge difference. To find out more about our topics and the learning that takes place each half term please look at our half termly ‘Parent Information Sheet’ and if you have any questions feel free to ask.
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Grasshoppers playing Benchball yesterday and getting competitive! Great team work from all the children. https://t.co/h84eGBqVMx

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Outdoor science with Mrs Burgin and the year 2 children https://t.co/BpiZOldSoM

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Thank you to Jen from Caddick Construction who visited our school to help the children build a bug house in the ear… https://t.co/gcpvj2YlYm

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Look who we caught sneaking around Nursery last night! I wonder what he was doing? https://t.co/MfclMol8MT

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The children in Grasshoppers have produced some great observational drawings of daffodils and enjoyed using waterco… https://t.co/v7kwqpFjw7