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Junk materials required for Year 1!!
13 Mar 2018
World Book Day in 1FB
09 Mar 2018
Year 1 Spring Term 2 Newsletter and Curriculum Overview
26 Feb 2018
Year 1 Maths Homework
09 Feb 2018
Year 1 Maths Project
09 Feb 2018
What is Rainbow Maths in Year 1?
06 Feb 2018
1FB Superhero WOW Day!!!!
26 Jan 2018
Year 1 Superhero WOW Day Details!
21 Jan 2018
Year 1 Spring Term 1 Newsletter and Curriculum Overview
09 Jan 2018
A hilarious Read Aloud session in 1FB!
20 Dec 2017
Lucky 1FB! Another Read Aloud visit from a parent!
20 Dec 2017
A huge thank you from all the staff in 1FB!
20 Dec 2017
1FB's trip to the Museum of Childhood.
07 Dec 2017
Children in Need fun in 1FB
04 Dec 2017
Read Aloud - Another fantastic parent visit!
03 Dec 2017
Ordinal number fun in Year 1!!
24 Nov 2017
Year 1 Autumn Term 2 - Newsletter and Curriculum Overivew
08 Nov 2017
A Read Aloud Treat!
18 Oct 2017
Handsworth Forest School
17 Oct 2017
1FB would like to invite YOU to 'Read Aloud' with us!!
27 Sep 2017
More photos from fantastic 1FB
26 Sep 2017
Year One Autumn Newsletter and Curriculum Overview
13 Sep 2017
What a fantastic week we have had in 1FB!!
10 Sep 2017
Welcome to Year 1!!
04 Sep 2017
Thank You!!
02 Sep 2017
Rabbits in 1EL!
24 Aug 2017
Ramadan presentations.Thank you so much Shahana!
24 Aug 2017
Rain gauges
24 Aug 2017
More Animal presentations
24 Aug 2017
Outdoor learning
24 Aug 2017






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Rainbow maths books in bookbags

30 Jan 2017

Hi, Sorry that I didn't put a note on here before regarding the 'Rainbow Maths' books in the book bags. Each week the children are being assessed on their number bond knowledge. They are asked to write out their number bonds for 10(moving onto 20) in 2 minutes. If they do this correctly 3 times in a row they will receive a certificate. I thought you would like to see their scores and be able to see what they need to practise. They can then give them back when they hand their homework in on Thursday ready for their assessment on Friday.They don't need to write anything in their books at home. However ongoing homework is to practise writing their number bonds out for 10 preferably in order so they don't miss any. e.g. 0+10= 10  1+9= 10 etc. This can be done on a whiteboard or paper. You don't need to show me this but clearly they will improve with practise and number bond knowledge is so essential for their further learning.  Many thanks Miss Lloyd

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