Year 1 2020 - 2021

Mrs Ford  1/2IF

Mrs Ford 1/2IF

Hello! I am Mrs Ford. This is my third year at Woodlands Primary School and I love it. I am currently Assistant Head and I am a member of the Senior Leadership Team. I have lots of experience of teaching across KS1 and the early years and have a passion for making learning fun.

Mrs Lonsdale  1WL

Mrs Lonsdale 1WL

I have worked here at Woodlands for ten years. I love being part of the Key Stage One team and working in Year One. When I am not in school I love to spend time with my family, especially my little girl.

Mrs Watts  1WL

Mrs Watts 1WL

Hello, I am Mrs Watts and have worked at Woodlands for the past 13 years. During my time at Woodlands, I have worked primarily across Key Stage 1 and in Lower Key Stage 2.
In my spare time, I enjoy swimming, reading and spending time with my son and daughter.

Miss Edwards  1SE

Miss Edwards 1SE

Hello! I am Miss Edwards and this is my first year teaching at Woodlands Primary School.
I am passionate about teaching all subjects, but I really enjoy teaching Literacy and PE. I love making lessons fun, creative and enjoyable.
When I am not in school, I am found being kept very busy in my hometown, across the border in Wales, with my little boy, Tomi. I am a devoted mother and enjoy spending time with my fiancé and our families, making lots of memories on weekend trips and days out.


Welcome to Year 1

Summer 2


This half term we are looking at the text “Goldilocks and Just the One Bear” written by Leigh Hodgkinson.

In this story we meet some familiar characters from a well-known traditional tale. Many years have passed since Goldilocks caused chaos at the Bears' house in the woods, but what happens when Little Bear as was wanders out of his fairy tale and into the big city where Goldilocks now lives?


Goldilocks is now grown up with a family and a rather smart apartment, so how will she react to coming home and finding that a very lost bear has been scoffing porridge, breaking chairs and sleeping in beds? Will she be cross, or is finally time to make amends?


Literacy Mastery Targets for Summer 2:

Join words and clauses using ‘and’.

Use simple description.

Sequence sentences to form short narratives (link ideas or events by pronouns).

Use a capital letter for places and days of the week.

Punctuate sentences using a capital letters, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.



In Maths this half term, we will

Develop our knowledge of place value (within 100) by…

Count to and across 100, forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any given number.

Count, read and write numbers to 100 in numerals.

Given a number, identify one more and one less.

Identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations including the number line, and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than, most, least.


We will look at different coins and learn how to identify them and their value.

Know the value of different coins.

Use different coins to make the same amount.

We will also be learning to tell the time by learning to,

Read the time on a clock.

Read the time on a clock (to half an hour).

Sequence simple events.

Know the days of the week.

Know the months of the year.



Our topic this term is House and Homes. We will be comparing Victorian homes to our own and comparing objects from the Victorian period.

We will also be using a simple compass to find and follow different directions. We will compare houses and homes in the local area and name different landmarks and place these on a map of the local area. We will also develop our use of directional language.

Through Art we will explore and use a range of materials creatively to design and make products; by designing and creating a tile for a school mural. We will use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share our ideas, experiences and imagination.

Through  our ICT  session we will be learning to use Word / Publisher to produce a piece of work, using different styles and fonts.

In Music we will be exploring timbre, tempo and dynamics through using a variety of tuned and untuned instruments musically and by using their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs.

In Science we will be learning about common pets and mini-beasts. We will be talking about living and non-living things, habitats, food chains and life cycles. 




Read Write Inc. sessions will continue to develop the children’s reading skills as they learn their sounds, segmenting and blending whilst also developing their comprehension skills. If you would like to help your child to practise their phonic knowledge for reading at home, then follow the link for more information.


Some useful websites:

Some apps for tablet computers are:

King of maths, Doodle maths, Monster math, Conundra math and Penguin jump maths!


P.E Information

Please make sure that you bring the following items in your P.E kits:

Indoor kit: a white t-shirt, black shorts, pumps and socks

Outdoor kit: plain, dark coloured jogging bottoms, a jumper or hoody and outdoor trainers, socks

Please make sure all items of school clothing are clearly labelled and that water bottles are sent in daily.










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