Your child’s journey through Year 1


Remote Learning 2021

From Tuesday 5th January 2021, your child will need to have access to our remote-learning platform. To access it, please follow the steps sent to your year group via ParentPay.

If you already have access to Seesaw, you do not need to do anything, just log into your account.

Details regarding Seesaw can be found here: Seesaw Getting Started

If you have any issues, please get in contact by emailing your child’s year group at:



Maths Workshop

Find out more about how we teach counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division at Myatt and how to support your child at home here: .


Phonics and Reading Workshop

Find out how we teach phonics and reading at Myatt and how to support your child at home here:


Autumn Term Home Learning

We understand that there may be times where you need to isolate at home.  In order to help you keep learning, we have created a home-learning plan for the Autumn term.

Our Learning Letter can be found here: Year 1 Autumn Term Home Learning Letter

Maths Home Learning

This term’s learning is on place value, and simple addition and subtraction within 10. To support this learning at home, we have attached White Rose activity sheets and the associated video.  Listen and watch the video before you complete the activity. There’s no need for a printer, you can copy out the questions onto a sheet of paper


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For further activities, have a look at the home learning letter: Year 1 Autumn home learning letter


Knowledge Organiser

The knowledge organiser is a set of key facts that we hope your child will learn and be able to remember.  Please see details for this term’s science topic here: Year 1 – Autumn Knowledge Organiser


Autumn Term 2020

Our topic this term is Good to be Me.

Please see our curriculum document here: Year 1 – Autumn Curriculum 2020



Take One Picture Week

Year 1 got arty during Take One Picture week, enjoying some painting, collage, printing and pointillism.

Practical Maths

Year 1 have been getting stuck in with some practical maths activities and exploring ‘The Old Woman and the Red Pumpkin’ story with a bit of role play in Literacy.

Spring Term 2020

We are looking forward to the new term of learning in Year 1. Our new topic is World of Books and has a literacy, geography and science focus. We will begin by reading The Snail and the Whale and will write descriptions, letters and speech bubbles. We will use the text to look at the different locations in the story for our geography focus, imagining what it would be like to live there and creating maps. We will also be continuing with our daily phonics lessons.

Please see our Spring Term 2020 curriculum plan here: Year 1 – Spring Curriculum 2020