Rabbits (Yr1) 2022 - 2023
Welcome to Rabbits Class!
Welcome to Rabbits class where we are all
"a child of God, wonderfully made, dearly loved and precious in his sight." Psalm 139
We chose this Psalm to remind us that we are all special to God and together we can
'Let Our Light Shine' (Matthew 5:16).
In Year 1 we enjoy learning, always try our best and never give up!
Our teacher is Miss Jones and our teaching assistants are Mrs Woods and Mrs Palmer.
We hope you have had a lovely half-term break and we are so excited to welcome your children back to school!
Below you will find information about our school day and our curriculum.
Our School day starts at 8:40am and home time is at 3:20pm.
PE days are Wednesday and Friday- please come to school dressed in your PE kit on these days.
|Rabbits Class Charter - How we can Let Our Light Shine|
Our School Christian Values
Tarporley's Christian Values are:
- Joy and Celebration
This term our Christian Value is
Love and Hope
At Tarporley we follow the BOOKS approach to our curriculum.
We want to be/have:
Knowledge and skills
Through our curriculum we aim to inspire children with these attributes and always look for moments in our day where we can be BRAVE and OUTWARD-FACING, look for new OPPORTUNITIES, build on our KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS, and take time to focus on our SPIRTUALITY.
Our Spring Term
Welcome to our termly update. Here you will find information about the themes and topics your children will be learning over this half term.
The topic this half term is Fire! Fire! We will learn about 2 historical fires, what they had in common and what they did not and what we learnt from the fires in terms of rebuilding and community advancement and consider our own actions in present day that will embody our school value of love . Our texts will catapult us into an imaginary world and 'fire' us into narratives.
Christianity - We will be exploring the following 'Big Questions'
Who was Jesus and why is he important to Christians today?
English: Please do not read the books ahead of time as we enjoy discovering them together!
My Name is Not Refugee Kate Milner
Focus: continue to understand a sentence needs a subject and a verb (usually) and the full stop goes at the end of the idea. (This is a long-term y1 objective.)
:learning to write a narrative, using past tenses and an awareness of writing a diary entry in the first person ('I")
Number: Addition and subtraction to 20 (inlcuding rapid recall of number bonds of all numbers to 10)
: place value to 50
: measurement - length and height, mass and volume
Uses of everyday materials:
Let’s Build! Squash, Bend, Twist, Stretch
History and Geography:
Events beyond living memory: The Great FIre of London 1666 - how, when, why it started and how it was stopped. Compare and contrast with The Great Fire of Nantwich 1583.
Art and Design:
Scultpure: creating houses out of clay
Please find below useful documents to help you support your child with their learning.
Files to Download
Rabbits (Yr1): News items
Primary News March 2023, by Miss Primary
Primary News February 2023, by Miss Primary
Primary News January 2023, by Miss Primary
Rabbits (Yr1): Calendar items
Rabbits Class Assembly, by Miss Primary
Book Look, by Miss Primary
S4YC Year 3/4 Handball Club, by Miss Primary