Dear Parents,

Home Learning Packs and additional resources can now be found on the home learning section of our website.


The Wheeler Family

Year 1 curriculum

Welcome back to Year 1 for our Spring Term!

This Term our topic is Rainforest Romp. All our cross-curricular work will focus on the plants and animals found in the Amazon Rainforest. We’re looking forward to going on our trip to Bugtopia in February too, where we will get to see and touch some of the plants and animals.

Thank you for all your creative Rainforest challenges that have been brought in. They look fantastic!

Homework will continue to be given out on a half termly basis and will be linked to the topics we are covering.

During this tem we will start practising Year 1 spellings. 5 words will be sent home on a Monday night for the children to practise and they will be tested on these words on a Friday.

Please remember to encourage your child to read at home at least 3 times per week in order to receive their regular reader stamp. Remember that reading any book is fantastic, not just your school book, and we would love to see these recorded in your reading records.

Thank you for your continued support.

Miss Macadam & Miss Searby

Information for parents

The planning documents below are aimed at giving parents an overview of our termly curriculum topics.

I think the best thing about being a Wheeler pupil is that all of the staff listen and care about you

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Everyone cares for each other and that every teacher adds a little bit of fun into every lesson

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The staff are really encouraging. They always help us to be the best we can be

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The best thing is having someone to go to when you’re upset

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Being at Wheeler is like being part of a family and that makes learning fun

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The teachers are so supportive they help and guide you all the way through the year

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Throughout my time at Wheeler, I have been given so many opportunities to experience and learn new things

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