Welcome to France! (Year One)

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Class Information

In Class France our teacher has taught us how to be resilient and to always try our hardest, even when faced with a challenge! We look after each other and are always there to help our friends. Always do your best to be in school everyday. Attendance matters!

Our France class teacher is Mrs Quantick and our amazing teaching assistants are Mrs White and Miss Lewington. If you need any support at all with anything regarding your child or their learning please come and speak to the team. Don’t forget to follow our class page on Twitter @GSPSFrance for keeping up to date with daily class updates.

Year-1-Timetable-2023 to 2024

Water bottles

Please remember to bring in your school water bottle every day. Water is so important to keep our brains working and soaking up all that new knowledge! Water bottles will be sent home every night to be washed and refilled ready for the next day.

Topics in Year One

In Year One we learn so much! We have three main topics over the year which we cover in our History, Geography, Art and DT lessons. These are; Toys in Autumn, Poles Apart in Spring and Flight in Summer. We also enjoy curriculum visits to some interesting and fun places.

France have PE on a Wednesday afternoon with Miss Healey.

Please make sure that your child comes to school wearing their school PE kit. Children may wear a school tracksuit for outdoor PE.


France will receive their homework every Friday. It will consist of Phonics homework which follow sounds we have been learning in class. Children should also be visiting Numbots and Times table Rock Stars as part of their homework. The more tasks you complete the more Dojos you will be awarded with.

We love to read in Year 1 and are so happy when children tell us about their favourite books. To improve your child’s reading it is so important to read with them every day, even 5 minutes can make all the difference. Really focus on asking questions about their book as this will help them with their reading comprehension. Children should bring their book bags everyday to school so reading records can be checked. Books will be changed every Friday. If you need any advice with Phonics or your child’s reading please come and speak to Mrs Quantick!




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