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Brookfields Primary School

Year 1

Dear Year 1 parents


Please click on the CHILDREN tab which is green at the top. Then click on YEAR 1 LEARNING FROM HOME. This is where me and Mrs Hussain will be putting up the daily tasks. 


Thank you!

Welcome to Year 1

Your child’s class teachers this year are Miss Tuki (1T) and Mrs Hussain (1H). Your pupil support assistants are Miss Williams (1H) and Miss Fleet (1T).


If you have any questions or queries, the team are more than happy to speak to you! We are going to have a fantastic learning journey and together (parents, staff & children) alike nothing is impossible. smiley


Check this page out regularly for important news and information regarding your child’s education. 

We have been talking about Mothers Day and thinking about what our mothers do for us. We then made mothers day cards.

The Birmingham Royal Ballet came to Brookfields Primary School on Monday 9th March 2020. We had great fun joining in all the moves!

We focused on the story The bad tempered ladybird by Eric Carle. We listened to the story and acted it out. We had fun!

Make sure your handwriting is in cursive

Miss Tuki, Mrs Hussain, Miss Williams and Miss Fleet would like to thank the parents and your wonderful children for your hard work this half term! The children have made progress from their starting points we are sure you can see this at home. They are becoming fluent readers, confident mathematicians and avid historians.


Please ensure they are still reading for 5 minutes a day. Writing stories of their experiences. Adding and taking away with numbers up to 10 or 50 depending on your child's needs. 

Have a great half term!smileyyes


Thank you

Year 1 Team

Captain Wonderweb came for a visit. Do you have parental lock on your settings for your internet? Do you sit next to your child when they are on Youtube or other websites? Did you know on games such as Minecraft any strangers can send messages to those playing online?

Making goblets/chalice out of clay

Competitive reading in 1T

Drawing techniques

Portraits in Art of Francis Greville. Can you tell your family who he was?

P.E Gymnastics. We know the word for the muscle in our bums! Gluteus Maximus. The children needed a lot of support to hold their balances and work the core in their stomachs. Children must be walking, running and exercising regularly. As humans this is how we keep fit. Do you take part in regular exercise with you child? If our core is not strong it is harder for children to use other muscles which means their writing won't improve as well, our body is all linked together.

History-Castle Life

Phonics Workshop

Please read the article. It is about the iPad generation. As a society we cannot slow the progress of our newer generation. Children still need to be able to write legibly.

Gardening in Year 1. Firstly we re-capped how to handle the tools safely then we prepared the planter beds for plantation next week. DID YOU KNOW, handling soil reduces your blood pressure!

Piet Mondrian's work. Some of us thought it looked like a maze, some of us disagreed. Which was fine. Art is about our personal interpretations.

Experimenting with primary colours!

On Monday 9th September your child will come home with a reading book appropriate for the phase (reading level) they are currently on and a reading journal. 


The reading journal is important for communication between the teachers and the parents.


Please read this book over the week for 10 minutes daily. The book must be kept in the child’s book bag at all times and brought into school everyday. We will also read this book with your child and comment in their reading journal. 


Thank you for your support!

P.E for Year 1 is on Thursdays. Please ensure your child has the correct P.E kit and it is labelled. Physical education is detrimental to a healthy body and mind.

Year 1 Common Exception Words


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