Y1 have PE on Tuesday. Children wear their complimentary Roby Park PE kit to school – white logo tshirt, navy joggers and jacket. In the warmer months, children may want to wear their burgundy shorts.
Children are allocated multiple books weekly on Rising Stars Reading Planet as well as a physical book which is changed weekly, linked to their stage of Reading. Physical books are changed every Monday. We expect children to read for 10 minutes every night and then to complete the end of book comprehension quiz online when they come to the end of their book. You can access Reading Planet here.
- Children are to read for 10 minutes per night and bring their reading log in everyday, signed by an adult.
- Spelling and times table home learning will be set on a Monday via Emile and should be completed by the following Monday.
Class Curriculum Maps
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Curriculum Overviews & Progression Maps
Head to our ‘Curriculum’ page to discover the whole school curriculum overviews and progression in skills across the school.
Meet Our Roby Park Learning Heroes…
Year 1 Chatter
Each week our confidence is growing in the water and our smiles say it all! Today we worked on moving around the pool with floats, practised floating on our backs and also had a go at breast stroke and backstroke too! You make us very proud!1
Christmas Family Dining Event
If you haven’t yet booked on for Christmas Family Dining, you have until Friday to reserve your place. Any new bookings we are asking for Weds 6th or Thurs 7th Dec Check the letter out for more details: https://robyparkprimary.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/17.11.23-Christmas-Family-Dining-2023.docx1
We have been busy today planning our own twist on a traditional narrative after looking at Rapunzel by @bethanwoollvinWe used our planning circles and then spent a little time reading back the stories we have planned before we start writing them! @LiteracyCounts1 #RPEnglish1
Christmas Family Dining
Our Christmas Family Dining event is back this year but with a few changes. This year, parents and carers can choose the day they want to attend and book their whole family on together so siblings can sit together. Head to Parent Booking to reserve your seats.3
Autumn Term 2 Extra-Curricular Clubs Are Live Now!
Extra-curricular clubs are now live on Parent Booking. Clubs will not run on the following dates so please make a note before you book: 14th Nov, 24th Nov, 15th Dec, 18th Dec, 21st Dec. Thank you to all of our staff for dedicating their time for free clubs7
Parent & Carer Feedback
Thank you to all of the parents/carers who have attended our Progress Meetings this week. Staff have enjoyed meeting you & taking the time to discuss how your children are thriving. Your feedback is incredible & we really appreciate it. Thank you.6
Social Media Kindness Day – 9th Nov
In art we have been looking at different types of line, shapes and also colour.
In art we have been looking at different types of line, shapes and also colour. Starting with shape, we then moved onto lines and then combined our learning to create abstract art made up of overlapping shapes, colour and a variety of lines!
Our workshop with @AnimalsTakeOver today
Our workshop with @AnimalsTakeOver today allowed us to meet and hold some of the animals we have been learning about in science -amphibians, birds, reptiles and mammals! We spoke about their habitats, diets and sleeping habits too!🐍🦉🐸🦎🐹 #RPScience #RPEnrichment7
DEAR TIME 🌟Drop it and read this week…
DEAR TIME 🌟Drop it and read this week has given us the opportunity to take time out of our day to read, share and explore new books, and books linked to our topics, with our friends 📖📚 @OpenUni_RfP #RPReading8
In continuous provision this week…
In continuous provision this week, we have used areas in our outdoor and indoor classroom for independent learning. Accessing activities linked to our learning and working collaboratively with our friends to challenge ourselves and consolidate learning we have done in class 🌟💜7
Today we wore yellow for #WorldMentalHealthDay2023
Today we wore yellow for #WorldMentalHealthDay2023 and spoke about what we can do to make ourselves and people around us happy. We explored @ZumosUK , enjoyed some meditation and created positive posters to make people smile! @YoungMindsUK #HelloYellow #RPWellbeing 🌟💛7
We have been looking at animals in science that are both wild and those that are pets
We have been looking at animals in science that are both wild and those that are pets. We discussed these with our friends, grouped them and then worked collaboratively as a class to complete the interactive quiz on what we have been learning 🐮🐒🐶 #RPScience8
We have been looking at animals in science and today we learnt that we can group animals based on their diet🐒🦁🐮
We have been looking at animals in science and today we learnt that we can group animals based on their diet. We worked hard in groups to discuss what animals eat and to then identify which are carnivores, omnivore and which are herbivores 🐒🦁🐮 @DevelopExperts #RPScience7
A massive thank you to 4 times Olympic Medalist @BeckAdlington who visited us today…
A massive thank you to 4 times Olympic Medalist @BeckAdlington who visited us today to highlight the importance of learning how to swim. We were able to hold & see her medals and have the opportunity to ask lots of questions about the Olympics and also her swimming career 🌟7
SPANISH DAY Today was a day of all things Spanish!
SPANISH DAY Today was a day of all things Spanish! We learnt colours and numbers, played interactive games, matched colours with words, danced, sang, drew self portraits in the style of Picasso and even completed spanish colour by numbers! 🌟 @LanguageAngels_ #RPSpanish7
We had a brilliant day today at Liverpool Museum
We had a brilliant day today at @MuseumLiverpool learning all about toys over time, materials they may are made of and worked together to order toys from oldest to newest! Well done year 1 for a fantastic day!🌟✨ #RPEnrichment #RPHistory7
In English we have been immersing ourselves in our new book ‘Old Bear’.
In English we have been immersing ourselves in our new book ‘Old Bear’. Various items had been left in our classroom for us to explore and we used these to help us to come up with some fastastic predictions about what could happen in our story!🐻8
Recreating scenes from the book ‘Old Bear’🐻
We worked together to recreate scenes from the book ‘Old Bear’, using what we have already read to show how the characters may be feeling and what they would be doing. We even rescued Old Bear from high up in the classroom and were very excited!🐻7
FOREST SCHOOL 🌳
FOREST SCHOOL 🌳 We learnt how to do overhand knots, matched natural objects to colour swatches, practiced letters and numbers with rope and finally collected natural objects to make our very own magic wands! 🍂🍁🌷 #REEnrichment8
Today we had a special visit from @AlldaysFarm
Today we had a special visit from @AlldaysFarm and had the chance to hold, pet, feed and brush a pony, sheep, goats, chickens, a chinchilla and even a snake! all the children were very brave and gentle with the all of the animals. Well done year 1🌟 @CAHKnowsley #RPEnrichment7
A MASSIVE well done to our first stars of the year🌟
A MASSIVE well done to our first stars of the year🌟It was very hard choosing our stars of the week this week as everyone has had such a fantastic first week! Keep on shining year 1, we are all very proud of how well you had settled in✨💜8
It was lovely welcoming back our new year 1 class today…
It was lovely welcoming back our new year 1 class today who were all very excited to be back with their friends and are looking forward to the exciting year that they have ahead! ✨ #FirstDayOfSchool7