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Next week is half term we are back on Monday 3rd June. School clubs will be running from the first week back.


Welcome to F1!

Mrs Humphrey (Class Teacher) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  and Friday

Mrs Bearne (Teacher) Thursday

Mrs Cook, Miss Rose & Miss Berry (Teaching Assistants)


Mrs Bennett will cover alternate Monday Mornings.



Welcome to F1...Please take a look at our Power Point presentation of who's who and details about F1

If you need any help or advice regarding toilet training please access the link below

Speech, Language and Communication

Please use these online resources to increase your awareness of SLC development:

Information from Language for Life website

Online Progress Tracker for Parents

Helpful Reminders...


Drink Bottles...

Children have milk daily in F1, providing that parents and carers have signed up for this. Children are encouraged to bring a clean bottle of water to school daily and to take this home at the end of each session.


Also please make sure the bottle is clearly labelled with your child's name to avoid this being lost or taken home in error. 




Morning children have PE on Tuesday.

Afternoon children have PE on Fridays

The 30 hour children will do PE on Wednesdays and Fridays.


Please make sure your child wears suitable clothing such as joggers, shorts or trousers and tops that can’t catch on apparatus or when rolling on the floor. Also we encourage children to be independent, so please can they wear 'Velcro' or 'slip-on' shoes. Open-toe shoes must NOT be worn to avoid any potential accidents.


Also please make sure all jewellery is removed or earrings covered with a plaster.


Stay Safe on the Internet


Before your child has access to the internet please take a look at these rules about how to stay safe. During their time in F1, your child will meet Smartie the Penguin who will teach about how to use the internet safely. Click on this link to read Smarite's book. http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/teachers/ks1/readsmartie.aspx





Online Safety


We are aware that during these big life changes, with children spending their time at home, they may be accessing the internet more frequently than before; through internet searches, games and apps. Whilst this can be safe, if age-appropriate and overseen/approved by an adult, we want to ensure everyone remains safe, and so have put together some advice and resources to follow and explore.


8 steps to keep your child safe online this month


1. Explore together: Ask your child to show you their favourite websites and apps and what they do on them. Listen, show interest and encourage them to teach you the basics of the site or app.


2. Chat little and often about online safety: If you’re introducing them to new learning websites and apps while school is closed, take the opportunity to talk to them about how to stay safe on these services and in general. Ask if anything ever worries them while they’re online. Make sure they know that if they ever feel worried, they can get help by talking to you or another adult they trust.


3. Help your child identify trusted adults who can help them if they are worried: This includes you and other adults at home, as well as adults from wider family, school or other support services who they are able to contact at this time. Encourage them to draw a picture or write a list of their trusted adults.


4. Be non-judgemental: Explain that you would never blame them for anything that might happen online, and you will always give them calm, loving support.


5. Supervise their online activity: Keep the devices your child uses in communal areas of the house such as in the living room or kitchen where an adult is able to supervise. Children of this age should not access the internet unsupervised in private spaces, such as alone in a bedroom or bathroom.


6. Talk about how their online actions affect others: If your child is engaging with others online, remind them to consider how someone else might feel before they post or share something. If they are considering sharing a photo/video of somebody else, they should always ask permission first.


7. Use ‘SafeSearch’: Most web search engines will have a ‘SafeSearch’ function, which will allow you to limit the content your child can access whilst online. Look out for the ‘Settings’ button on your web browser homepage, which is often shaped like a small cog.


8. Parental controls: Use the parental controls available on your home broadband and all internet enabled devices in your home. You can find out more about how to use parental controls by visiting your broadband provider’s website.


For more information on how to keep your child safe online, please click on the following link for age-appropriate resources: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/support-tools/home-activity-worksheets


Attention All Parents and Carers! You are invited....


Here are some pictures of some of the activities we do in F1.

Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your teacher know! 

Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!