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St. Clare

Welcome to St Clare's

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Our class email address is:




House captains


Mercy - Thaddeus

Savio - Upanayan

Fisher - Hallie-Rose

Beckett - Felicity


School council - Isabela and Kayden

Eco warriors - Charlie and Nathan

Chaplains (Term 1) - Brendan and Ella

Digital leaders - Logan and Shivansh



Term 5

Tuesday April 19th 2022 - Thursday May26th 2022

Homework Letter Year 1 13.05.2022

Homework Letter Year 1 06.05.2022

Homework Letter Year 1 29.04.2022

Homework Letter Year 1 22.04.22

Term 3

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Friday 11th February 2022

Wriggly Nativity

Circus Skills

Homework Letter Year 1 26.11.2021

Homework Letter Year 1 19.11.2021

Inspirational people History homework

Homework Letter Year 1 12.11.2021

Half term homework for the whole school

Homework Letter Year 1 15.10.2021

Homework Letter for Year 1 08.10.2021

Homework letter for Year 1 01.10.21

It was so lovely to see so many Year 1 parents on Meet the Teacher Evening. I am posting the presentation and our curriculum map for the first term for those of you who couldn't make it. 




  • Please make sure all clothing items are clearly labelled with your child's name.
  • A reusable water bottle should be named and brought into school daily for your child.
  • Children must have PE kits in school at all times (again, clearly labelled).
  • Reading books are changed on their 'reader day'. Please make sure you comment in the books once completed so that we know they are ready to be changed. 
  • Homework is given out on Fridays and is due back on the following Wednesday. 

How to access Numbots.

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This is a new exciting maths game for you to play. Please see your Purple Mash emails for your personalised log in details. An alert will show you that you have a new email. Have fun!

General Phonics Information

 By the end of Year 1, we are aiming for children to be secure in using all the sounds from Phase 2 to Phase 5 in their reading.   One of the best ways of becoming secure in these sounds is using flashcards daily.


Please refer to the information booklet below if you would like some ideas for phonics activities. There is also a useful glossary of phonics terms. We have also included all the sounds mats for your use.

Phonics and Reading Websites


Please log in to our reading scheme called Bug Club. The website is: 

The scheme has a comprehensive collection of high quality reading books for the children to read at home. In your child’s reading record, there is a login in and password so your child can access this resource at home. If you have any issues with your child’s login and/or password, please speak to your child’s teacher.


There are lots of useful websites with phonics information and games. Here are a range of different ones you could use at home:


DfE letters and sounds home learning lessons - daily lessons on YouTube


The Letters and Sounds website has lots of information, resources and games linked to each of the phonics phases.


Oxford Owl has a whole selection of free eBooks, some with linked activities. These are banded according to age group.


We like Mr Thorne does Phonics.  This is a link to his YouTube channel so be aware there may be adverts/videos may auto play.


Phonics Play has a selection of free and fun resources you can use at home with your child. It also gives you the option to create your own account on the website however this will need to be paid for. 


To access daily lessons that makes phonics learning easier please watch videos and read flashcards on Monster Phonics:

Another fabulous link  to aid your phonics learning:


Have fun with phonics!