Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Caring, Helping and Sharing

Welcome to Elm Class - Year  1

Teacher:  Miss J Donnelly

email:  jdonnelly@whitley.n-yorks.sch.uk

Google Classroom code:  iliemar

Google Classroom

www.classroom.google.com

Every child in the school has been given a home login for google classroom (it will be their own personal school email).

Their password is generic --> Password1          (captial P)

 

Ways to support your child read at home. 

Recommended Reads for Year 1. 

Spelling cards 

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Parent's Information Letter

 

Homework

How can you help at home?

We often get asked this question.  One of the most useful and rewarding things you can do with your child at home is to read, read, read!!! 

Click on the link to read a booklet with lots of ideas that can make reading at home more fun and includes top tips on how to make the reading experience you have with your child really effective!

 

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Websites to use at home:

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

The free area of the PhonicsPlay website is filled with free interactive games and much more. There are many idea to support teaching phonics and advice for parents in helping their children learn to read.

 

http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Oxford Owl is an award-winning free website packed
with expert advice, top tips, eBooks and activities to help
you support your child's reading and maths at home. Also 250 free e-books when you register.

 

http://readingeggs.co.uk/

Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for children, with great online reading games and activities. Your children can start reading now – just click the ‘free trial’ button to get started!

http://www.ictgames.com/literacy.html

ICT games has a range of phonics based games that are fun and interactive for children. They show clear objectives for each game and also have free printable materials.

Phonics help: 

Here is a useful video with how to pronounce the sounds in words if your child is struggling with sounding out words when they are reading and you are wanting to help them with sounding out the words: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ksblMiliA8

This half term's Special Mention

 

 

This half term's CHAS

 

 

What we've been doing this week