Clapham Road,
MK41 7LG
Tel. 01234 352879

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Miss Larkins & Miss Pearce welcome you to Robins class!

Our vision

Our vision is to create a natural, calm learning environment that promotes children’s independence and their resilience. We want the learning opportunities to be developmentally appropriate which is why there will be lots of opportunities for children to learn through play. When we provide these play opportunities they will be closely linked to our adult led teaching sessions and the National Curriculum. Through play, children will have lots of opportunities to practice what they have learnt over and over again to ensure that the learning is being stored in their long-term memory. We want children to have a love of learning and we want to promote their natural curiosity. 



Summer Term - Around the World


We will be learning about position and directions, place value within 100, money and time.


In English we will be reading the book 'Last Stop on Market Street'. At the end of the unit we will be writing our own story based on the book.


We will be learning about local and Arctic animals, their diets, habitats and interesting facts.


In geography we will be learning about the 7 continents. 


We will be learning about Florence Nightingale and other significant people.


Symmetry & pattern - African art and Edward Tingatinga

Texture - African style weaving


Children will be learning about what Muslims believe in and how they live.


Online bullying & computer safety


Important information

  • Monday - Reading books changed
  • Tuesday - PE with Mr Knight
  • Friday - PE with Miss Larkins. Please complete your homework. You can either upload this onto Seesaw or use your homework book. 

Please bring reading books in everyday.



Summer Term Homework

Please upload a photo or video to Seesaw using the app by Friday each week. Alternatively, complete the homework in the homework book and return to school every Friday.

Please also visit Purple Mash for further homework activities. Your login information has been sent out in a letter and it is also stuck into your child's reading diary. There is a link below that will take you to the website.



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 The children are taught discrete phonics lessons everyday following the Letters and Sounds program.  We teach the children the sounds in order for them to read and write with increasing proficiency. At the end of Year 1 (in June) the children will be completing a Phonics Screening Check which is a legal requirement for each child. They will apply their phonics knowledge to read 40 words, 20 of which are real and 20 which are not (we call these alien/nonsense words).

There is more information about the Phonics Screening Check here:

Below is a link to the letters and sounds document that we follow to teach phonics:

Below are the sounds that the children will be learning this year. We will be building on their knowledge from EYFS as they previously would been taught Phase 2 and Phase 3. There will be a big focus on children learning Phase 4 and Phase 5 and applying this knowledge to read and write words containing those sounds.

Useful phonics and reading websites

Click on the links below:

Oxford Owl

Phonics Play

Literacy Games

Letters and Sounds

BBC Bitesize

Please continue to read with your child as much as possible (we recommend just a few minutes every day). If you read at home - remember to sign the reading diary to say you have done so (with a comment if possible).

They will also get a sticker on their reading cards. When they have filled these, they will receive a prize from Mrs Lewis in celebration assembly!



Sentence Writing Criteria

In Year 1 we teach the children how to use capital letters and full stops. They learn how to separate each word with a finger space so it is easy to read back their own work. We have been learning how to make writing more interesting by using adjectives and conjunctions. 

We have introduced a new handwriting scheme and the children have been learning how to write in cursive handwriting.


Year 1 Curriculum Overview

Thank you for your on-going support.

 If you have any questions or queries, please email the school office