Year 1

Welcome to St Joseph's class page.

Our class Saint is called Saint Joseph. Saint Joseph was the husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Although, Saint Joseph was not the physical father of Jesus, he was a father in every sense of the word. He was a carpenter and passed this trade onto his Son. He was a righteous man and always did his best for his family. Saint Joseph's feast day is 19th March.

Please click on the PowerPoint below where you can get help with pronouncing the Phase 2 and 3 sounds:


Click below to hear the Phase 5 sounds:

Phase 5 sounds 


Year 1 have been working very hard at home during school closures. I am very impressed with the dedication that they have shown to their learning despite not being in school. THANK YOU! 

Pupils work daily completing  Phonics, English and Maths lessons. They also do Science, RE and History/Geography lessons weekly.

Some of the work the pupils have done at home can be seen below. This includes, a 3D Easter tomb, a Resurrection cross, creating an alien and designing underpants! 

We have celebrated Saint George's Day and VE Day in the safety of our own homes!

May was the month of Mary (The Queen of May) and pupils designed a crown to place on Mary's head. These designs can be seen in a gallery below.

Teddie designed a 3D crown and we placed it on Mary's head in school. It was the perfect fit! 

Imogen has kindly shared how her broad bean has grown since taking it home in March. It is enormous!

We now have a 'Google Classroom', where work is set.