Year One


Whole School Topic Overview

Parent Overview Spring Term 2018 - Paws, Claws and Whiskers & Bright lights, big city
Parent Overview Autumn Term 2018 - Superheroes


Y1 Maths Overview
Y1 English Overview
Religious Education Overview


Autumn Term 2017

During our first half term in Year One, we have all grown up so much and have settled in to our new routines.  We have learnt so many new things, including writing some super sentences, problem solving and reasoning in  maths.  We have enjoyed some lively prayer services in class.  We had a really exciting day out to Packington Farm where we went on a beautiful woodland walk.  



2016 - This term we have had some exciting activities including a visit from a toy museum, a visit to a farm and a teddy bear picnic.  We have also enjoyed our maths lessons and our collective worship.  Just some of our activities in our first term in Year One.


Latest News

OFSTED Visit 16th January 2018 - 15th January 2018

St Elizabeth's School is open tomorrow, Tuesday 12th December - 11th December 2017

St Elizabeth's School is open tomorrow, Tuesday 12th December. Please allow extra time for your journey and take care on the surrounding roads and footpaths which may be icy. School pathways have been gritted for you to use. Can children please wear appropriate footwear for walking safely.

Note: A decision regarding the carol concert at StJohns Church will be made tomorrow, consideration will be given to weather conditions and safety.

Thank you.

Michelle Walsh, Head Teacher.

School closed due to snow Monday 11th December - 10th December 2017

Due to the extreme weather conditions unforunately school will be closed to pupils on Monday 11th December

KS1 Christmas Nativity - 16th November 2017

Lichfield Garrick - Aladdin - 27th September 2017

MacMillan Coffee Event - 26th September 2017

Y1 - Packington Farm - 20th September 2017

Multi-Sports (Year 1 & Year 2) - 18th September 2017

Y1 Phonics Meeting - 25th April 2017

Y1 Staffing Arrangements - 10th March 2017

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