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Broughton Community Infant School

'Ensuring Every Child THRIVES'

Year 1

We have 2 classes in year 1 called Koala Class and Kiwi Class.

Koala Class's teacher is Miss Punt and the LSA is Mrs Ash.

Kiwi Class's teacher is Mr Claridge and the LSAs are Mrs Anastasova and Mrs Laskar. 


Please do contact us on our class emails or speak to us on the door if you have questions or queries.

Our curriculum


In the Childhood project we will learn words and phrases related to the passage of time. We will explore artefacts to help us understand childhood in the past and how childhood has changed over time. We will explore the six stages of life and explore timelines and family trees. Everyday life in the 1950s will be explored, including shopping, transport, family life and childhood. We will also learn about the significance of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953 by studying photographs and online sources. The children will use maps to explore how places have changed over time and highlight any similarities or differences between childhood today and childhood in the 1950s.


Overview of the project



Autumn 1

Purpose: To inform

Outcomes: Character descriptions and post cards

Text: Grace and family

Autumn 2

Purpose: Entertain

Outcomes: Letter

Texts: Grandad’s Island

Maths: Place value (within 10), Addition and subtraction (within 10) and shape.

Science: Everyday materials

Geography: Map skills, using positional language and identifying continents and the countries that make up the United Kingdom.

History: Using timelines to show key events in history.

PSHE: Being me in my world

PE: Lacrosse and gymnastics

RE: Does God want Christians to look after the world?

Computing: Improving mouse skills and Algorithms unplugged

Learning Behaviour: Responsibility

Important information



Start: 8:40am Finish: 3:10pm


PE - Wednesday & Thursday

Children will come into school in PE kits. All children must have a white top or house colour, black or navy shorts. Trainers, joggers and jumpers will be required for outdoor PE.


Forest School - Wednesday

All children need wellies and a waterproof coat.



They must also have a named water bottle and waterproof coat in school every day. All equipment is provided for children.



Healthy snacks are encouraged, e.g. Fruit and cereal bars. No sweets, chocolate or crisps please. Please help us to be careful of nut allergies and not send any nut products to school. Children also require a spill proof bottle of water. No fruit juice – only still water please.


How can you support your children at home?


Reading – You should read with your child at least 5 times a week at home. This can include Reading Eggs.

Topic homework - There is a topic homework sheet attached. We would like the children to choose at least one piece to do and bring in to share with the class.


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