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YEALM (Yr R + 1)

Welcome to Yealm Class 

Teacher: Mrs Rose + Mrs Sewell

Teaching Assistants:  Mrs Timothy and  Mrs Cross + Mrs Quayle

We are a mixed Year R and 1 class.


The information below is to enable parents to support their child's learning at home.


We have attached our timetable to give you an idea of what learning your child encounters each day. CP (continuous provision) is time where the children learn through their play using resources set up in the classroom.


Ideally, at home, children can complete their maths, English, reading/phonics, a daily physical activity and another curriculum subject. However, we understand that this can be difficult if parents are working from home too therefore we encourage you to complete as much as you are able to manage.


Your child's usual weekly homework (spellings for Y1 and FUN 5 for all children) will be sent through via Tapestry every Friday.


In addition to this, your child should be able to access Numbots at home and we encourage the children to use this on a regular basis to develop fluency.


Please send us photos of your child's learning or contact us through Tapestry if you have any questions.


Many thanks,

Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Sewell

Weekly timetable

🐻 We're Going On a Bear Hunt 🐻| BOOK | Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Yealm Class other curriculum subjects

Information for daily reading and phonics

In phonics this week we will learn:

Foundation: Set 1: j, v, y, w (as individual sounds)

Y1 red/green/purple: Set 1 sounds, recapping and consolidating special friends and alien words

Y1 pink/orange: Beginning set 3 - long vowel sounds a-e (make a cake), i-e (nice smile), o-e (phone home), u-e (huge brute)

You could also use the set 1 and set 2 sounds (attached) to create and read simple words together.


If you are supporting your child's learning at home (due to isolating), please select the correct worksheet from below which matches your child's phonics stage.

Information about drop off and pick up times in September

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