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Welcome to 1 Holly. This year the class teacher will be Mr Newsome and the teaching assistant will be Mrs Hame. Both Mr Newsome and Mrs Hame will do their utmost to ensure your children enjoy school and make good progress during this academic year. 


This is page will be updated and will give parents an insight into what is taking place in the classroom. Please see the relevant links.


Thank you.

Healthy Me - champions!

Our current English topic: Man on the Moon - by Simon Bartram

The everyday story of an ordinary man? Well, sort of. Bob is the man on the moon, and he has a very special job, looking after the moon, cleaning it up, showing visitors around and selling souvenirs.

Getting ready for Christmas!

A well deserved class party

Great response to our 'art' homework.

Next week's focus for English

The Rainbow Fish - our first topic is 'under the sea.' The focus for the next two weeks will be the story of the 'Rainbow Fish'.

The Rainbow Fish Story by: Marcus Pfister Read by: Ernest Borgnine Animation from:

General information


Dojo Points

Dojo points are virtual points that are awarded to children for various good behaviours. Once the children receive 250 points they will be awarded a certificate. 

Please sign up to the Dojo app. I regularly update it with information and photos. Please feel free to like and comment on the posts. 



We have two PE sessions each week and these will be on a Monday and Wednesday afternoon. Please ensure that you child has their PE kit (shorts, T-Shirt and trainers) with them on these days.

If your child wears earrings please can you ensure that these are removed  before they come to school on Mondays and Wednesday's.




Your child's reading experience is much more than the reading book which comes home from school. Reading is happening all the time in a classroom and in the school. It is taught in specific phonics and English lessons, but children are practising and using their 'reading' constantly across all subjects too.

Parents can support this 'reading journey' through regular reading at home. Reading to and with your child every evening for at least ten minutes can make a dramatic difference to a child's achievement within school. A report from the Oxford University Press highlighted the importance of parents reading with their children. 'Children who read outside of class are 13 times more likely to read above the expected level for their age'.

The report also offers six tips for reading with your child at home, including:

1. Make time to read- even ten minutes a day

2. Choose different types of books

3. Take turns to read

4. Talk about the book- asking your child questions

5. Pay attention to the language

6. Enjoy reading


We ask that you read or share a book with your child at least three times a week. Please complete your child's reading record. If they read three times or more at home they will receive three dojo points. 



Homework will be sent home on a Friday and is to be returned by the following Friday. Homework is usually linked to what the class have been learning that week. Your child will receive a Dojo point for each piece of completed homework.