SCHOOL CLOSURE RESOURCES TO SUPPORT HOME LEARNING, (click on resource to download):
Please click here to view our letter of congratulations from the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP in relation to our 2018 Phonics results.
Children in Year One follow the National Curriculum 2014 for primary schools. The subjects taught are: English, Maths and Science, (core subjects), Art and Design, Computing, Design and Technology, Geography, History, Music, Physical Education.
The Year One Parent information Workshop can be downloaded here.
The Year One Parent Calculation Workshop can be downloaded here.
At Park Hill Infant School the National Curriculum is taught through half termly topics which have been decided through consultation with the children. A variety of fantasy, fact, fiction and fun is learnt through our topic based curriculum and the learning is planned for from the children's interests and questions.
The Year One topics for this year are:
Autumn One - We could be Heroes Click here to view the learning plan for this topic.
Autumn Two - Where the Wild Things Are Click here to view the learning plan for this topic.
Spring One - Under The Sea Click here to view the learning plan for this topic.
Spring Two - Let it Grow! Click here to view the learning for this topic.
Summer One -Pirates! Click here for the learning for this topic.
Summer Two - Twisted Tales Click here for the learning for this topic
A 'topic web' will be sent home for each topic. These will detail the learning objectives for each area of the curriculum that will be taught across the half term.
KIRFs are quick recall facts that are important for your child's maths knowledge and application. Please practise them at home to further enhance your child's maths learning.
Click here to view the English coverage for Year One.
Click here to view the Science coverage for Year One.
We are also required to teach religious education to all pupils and follow the Croydon Scheme of Work.
The Year One Phonics Screening Information slides 2019 can be downloaded here.
All children in Year One complete the national phonic screening check in June. Your child's result will be recorded on their end of year report.
Teachers make regular individual assessments for all children throughout the year. Individual progress is tracked rigorously through our in house systems to ensure that all children reach their potential and make good progress. It also allows us to initiate target based intervention if children need some additional support or if they need to be challenged in a particular area of the curriculum.
If you have any questions regarding the teaching and learning in Year One please pop in to see your child's class teacher and they will be happy to help.