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Welcome to Year 1 at Webheath Academy Primary School. This is an exciting year in which children begin to become more independent learners and build upon all that they have learnt so far in their lives. Throughout the year, the children will be developing their understanding of the world through activities and lessons all designed around our Mantle Topic. 

In Year 1 we have two teachers; Miss Robinson in 1CR and Mr Cornick in 1SC. 

We also have two teaching assistants; Mrs Greaves and Mrs Remes.

On a Thursday afternoon we are taught PE by Mrs Woodward.

Home learning

All of our home learning is sent via daily memos on Tapestry. The participation and effort by both our children and parents has been fantastic! We both feel very lucky to have such a hard working, dedicated and caring group of children in both 1CR and 1SC.

 

To see pre existing home learning or access it via the website please visit the following link

https://webheathfirst-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/scornick_webheath_worcs_sch_uk/El4NsRRWxOFLn7eKrduggcwBdPWIdsWDhA6HiCoYfApiRQ?e=wMU76X

If you are experiencing any difficulties with accessing the home learning in any way please do not hesitate to contact either of us.

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World Book Day 2021

Please see the link here in order to read the most up to date news on World Book day 2021.

World Book Day 2021 Announcements - World Book Day

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Oxford Owl Reading Challenge

Reading Global Miles Challenge

 

It’s not that easy to travel at the moment but we are thinking about people all over the world. Why not read your way around the world with the Reading Miles Global Challenge.

Children can collect 500 reading miles for every 10 minutes they spend reading, either alone or with a parent, carer, teacher or brother or sister. They can even video call you or their relatives to read aloud to. The children collect reading miles in a special reading passport on their very own reading world tour - a whopping 33,000 miles (or 11 hours) in total!

The challenge is split into seven journeys, each of which finishes in a ‘checkpoint city’. At each city, they get to write a postcard and have an opportunity to research the place they have arrived at.

The following documents are available to enable the challenge to take place.

  • A wall map of the world charting the Reading Miles Global Challenge route (nice for a visual in class to track and see each others journey)
  • A passport to record the reading- suitable for those in school and working remotely)
  • A certificate for when a child completes the challenge (Please contact us when your child has completed the challenge and we will send this to you). The success will also be shared within the classroom assembly on a Friday.
  • Postcards which you can ask the children to complete when they reach the checkpoint cities.  Those working remotely can upload these to Tapestry.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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