Year One

Hi. Welcome to Year 1 at Amble First School. I can't wait to tell you more about our exciting new curriculum. This will start in September and the children will be helping us design it during our transition sessions. 

If you would like to meet me at any point to discuss your child's transition into Year 1 please do not hesitate to get in touch, or book an appointment at the office.

I look forward to getting to know my new class; Mrs Donaldson has told me so many good things about them already. I 'm looking forward to an exciting year ahead, especially after their Amble's Got Talent performances!

 Mr Wonders 

 

 11.6.19 - Today was really an opportunity for the child to explore their new classroom so that they are happy coming to school in September. We look at some of their interests and things they would like to learn next year as well as creating a list of friends who will support their learning. On our next transition Tuesday, we are going to start exploring our new September curriculum. We have decided our first topic will be 'What Makes Amble Amazing?' so if you have any great ideas please send them my way!

 18.6.19 - Today we looked at our September topic of 'What Makes Amble Amazing?' We explored a range of questions about our amazing town. I particularly liked one child's answer of 'the people make Amble a nice place to live'. Some children were interested in when Amble started to be built so we will also look at Amble's history, “Did the Vikings or Dinosaurs visit Amble?”

 4.7.19 - Today we had a full day for transition between year groups. The new year one children have done lots of different activities in a structured morning session, what no play! They coped very well and worked extremely hard, I was very impressed with their writing and numeracy skills. We looked at how we can work together as a team next year and looked at some classroom rules which will make it a happy and respectful place to learn. In the afternoon we created displays ready for next term and eventually we found where the toys are kept, happy days!