Key Stage One
Miss N Scudder- KS1 Phase Leader and Class teacher 1/2S
Mr L. Davison- Class teacher 1D
Mrs S. Tudball - Class teacher 1T
Mrs D. Kelly - Class teachers 2K
Mrs K. Sullivan - Class teacher 2S
Mrs N. Fentiman- Booster teacher
Mrs C. Dawson - Booster teacher
If you would like to speak to a member of the team please pop into the office to make an appointment or fill in the contact form on the front page of the website.
Children's learning in KS1 is supported by a team of teaching assistants (TAs).
Our TAs support in all classes as well as teaching phonics throughout the school.
TAs in KS1 - Mrs M. Baker, Mrs T. Bates, Mrs D. Damerell, Mrs C. Fitzgerald, Mrs K. May and Mrs N. White.
4th November- Staff Development Day
5th November- Children return
6th and 7th November- KS1 Road Safety Afternoon
8th November- Christmas fayre tag day
11th to 15th November- Anti Bullying Week
15th November- Children in Need
19th November- Grandparents Event
5th December- Christmas Fayre
11th December- KS1 Christmas Production to Parents at 9:15am and 2:30pm
19th December- Christmas jumper tag day
19th December- Christmas dinner and class parties
20th December- Last day of term
Phonics and literacy
For more information on the teaching of phonics and literacy at Byron click here.
A big focus within Year 1/2 this year is number bond knowledge. By the end of Year 1 the children should know the number pairs that equal 10 by heart and by the end of Year 2 the children should know the number pairs that equal 20 by heart.
Below are links to two documents showing what children should know and be able to do in maths by the end of Year 1 and 2:
Each class has two sessions of PE a week – one inside and one outside. Days are:
1D: Monday (Indoor) and Wednesday (Outdoor)
1T: Monday (Indoor) and Wednesday (Outdoor)
1/2S: Tuesday (Indoor) and Wednesday(Outdoor)
2K: Tuesday (Indoor) and Wednesday(Outdoor)
2S: Tuesday (Indoor) and Wednesday(Outdoor)
Please make sure that the children have the correct kit for their lesson:
Indoor PE: shorts, t-shirt and bare feet in the hall.
Outdoor PE: Shorts, t-shirt and trainers (in warm weather). Jogging bottoms, t-shirt, jumper and trainers (in cold weather).
During all PE lessons, children need to have long hair tied back and earrings removed. It is school policy not to tape over earrings, they must be removed by the children themselves, adults cannot help them with this.
Our Unit of Work ~
Our topic this term is called 'Street Detectives'.
Grab a magnifying glass, put on your deerstalker and change your name to Sherlock because we're going to become street detectives!
This half term, we'll follow a route around our local streets and take pictures of the buildings, businesses and plants we can see. Talking to residents about the area will help us understand how the local community could be improved. We'll write persuasive adverts, look at photographs to spot similarities and differences between houses and shops of today and the past, find out about the history of our school and talk to former pupils about their experiences. We'll also study and draw maps, draw portraits of the people we have met and look at the work of urban artists.
Rights Respecting Schools
This term we will be working on article 39. Children who have experience neglect, abuse, exploitation, torture or who are victims of war must receive special support to help them recover their health, dignity, self-respect and social life.