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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1's Homework Page


Here you will find information, hints and tips for how you can help support your child on their learning journey



The Video explains how to pronounce/say each letter sound in the alphabet

When children are learning to read, they use 'Phonics'. The words are broken down into sounds (segmented) or sounds are blended together to make words.

Phonics: How to pronounce pure sounds | Oxford Owl

Learn how to pronounce all 44 phonics sounds, or phonemes, used in the English language with these helpful examples from Suzy Ditchburn and her daughter. Fin...



Children whose parents frequently read with them in their first year of school are still showing the benefit when they are 15, says an international study.


Please make sure that you listen to your child read on bug club every day, it won't take long and the benefits of doing it will ensure that your child can succeed in school.

Here is a good video to show you how!


Bug club

The children are able to read a variety of books at their level on the website 'Bug Club', your child should know their log on details and password. A home learning book with their login details will be sent home in the next few days.


school code is hkcj

Click the link below




The best method for learning spellings is the Look, cover, write, check method.

Parents - There will be no new spellings as we head into the end of term

If you would like to continue the good practice - use the High frequency words lists and work through these.

Get your child to write learn them by writing them in a sentence.

Also, read, read, read, read - the benefits of reading everyday are immense for your child's development



Have a wonderful break and enjoy all the good times ahead - you've all been great!

Phonics Digraph Powerpoint

                   High Frequency Word Lists


The best way to help your children learn these is to write them down on bits of card to make a flashcard and then practise showing them everyday until your child recognises them

Play games with the cards like hide and seek  - hide the cards round the room - your child finds one then reads it to you before they win the point.