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Station Class - Year 1

Welcome to Station Class! 


Station class is a mixed Reception and Year One class taught by Miss Conway and Miss Horn. Station Class is supported by Ms Burfield,  Mrs Lyder and Mrs Williams. 

Year One Curriculum 


In Station Class our Year One children will follow the 2014 National Curriculum. They will continue to learn through play building upon their early year experiences. The children will have opportunities to explore and discover through a wide range of topics, these include:

  • experiments (science) and product design (DT)
  • learning the history of things (history) and about the local area we live in (geography)
  • dancing, playing games and using gym apparatus (PE)
  • painting, drawing and more creative processes (art)

Equipment needed in Year One


Children are asked to bring their book bag and reading record book to school each day.


On Thursdays and Fridays, Year One has P.E.  

Kits should please include the following: 

  • Black Shorts/Jogging Bottoms 
  • White PE sports top
  • School jumper or PE jumper 
  • Daps / Trainer


On Mondays, Year One has Outdoor Learning.

Children need to bring in:

  • Waterproof coat and trousers
  • Wellies
  • Old Clothes

How to support your child at home


In order to help your child reach their full potential, they will benefit hugely from some additional support at home each night. A few extra minutes each day at home, really helps to consolidate learning. 



Children should read every night for 10 - 15 minutes. This reading should be recorded in your child's reading diary. Each book your child reads will gain a point towards certificates and badges. Even if your child has not had time to read at home, please make sure you bring their book and diary in each day as this means we can read with them in school.



Children should be accessing Numbots 2-3 times a week to support their place value, addition and subtraction understanding.



Sharing books

The children will be able to pick a book from our sharing library to bring home. Reading a story to your child each night is a great way of extending their vocabulary and encouraging their love for books.

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