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A warm welcome to Maple Class! Our teachers' names are:

Mrs Shabir 
Mrs Munro

Mrs Durber


Things to remember!
- P.E is on Friday- please ensure your child always has their kit in school and that jewellery (earrings, necklaces, etc.) is removed.

- We encourage children to read 3 times a week at home. Please remember to sign their reading diaries.

-Please ensure all your child's clothing is clearly named.

-Homework Menu will be given out each term so please complete as and when. 



In English lessons we focus on traditional tales, chronological reports and instructions. We use Talk for Writing to help children learn stories and imitate the language they need to write their own story. 

This term we will be looking at:

A range of texts including various children's fiction books, non-fiction and some poetry.

We focussing on sentence structure, including capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. We are including adjectives in our writing and reading our work back to check it makes sense. We are using conjunctions, such as 'and', 'but', 'or' and 'because'. We are also working on handwriting and spelling ready for the children moving up into Year 2.



Teaching and Learning in Maths follows our Oakhill planning document which teaches the four main areas in maths. These are Number and Place Value, Geometry, Measure and Statistics. Where possible, links have been made across the maths curriculum to provide children with as many opportunities as possible to apply their knowledge and understanding. 


Our topics

We follow the Alumno Curriculum and this is the base for all our topics throughout the year.



We will be looking at how the country has changed since the Queen's coronation and also the changing of the seasons and weather. The children will learn compass points and learn how to present a weather report.

We will be looking at the city of Stoke-on-Trent and how the city and the pottery industry grew. We will be looking at the importance of the canals and potbanks. The children will design a plate. We will then compare Stoke-on-Trent to Llandudno and look at how a coastal community is different from our own city.



We will be looking different plants and animals. We will be learning about what these need to grow and how they grow. We will look at how our skeletons work and how they are different from other animals. The children will learn about the different parts of plants and flowers and what each individual part does. 

Spring Newsletter

This is the spring homework menu, the children have a whole term to complete theses activities. The idea is that the activities are enjoyable and help the children to learn.

KS1 Phase Leader (Mr Hales)

To contact the phase leader for KS1 please complete the form below.