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Dunkirk Primary School

Dunkirk Primary School

Class and Curriculum Information

Welcome to our 'Class and Curriculum Information' page. Here you will find important information, routines and curriculum information for Olive Class.

Spring 2021 

Our new topic for Spring 2021 will be 'Time Travel'. Please see below more information about the areas of learning we will be covering and how you can help at home. 

For the first half term our class books will be:

'The Time Machine' by Kris Lillyman. 

'A Mighty Fine Time Machine' by Susan Bloom.



Power Maths - Spring 2021

In Maths for the first half term we will be covering;

-Numbers to 20 

-Addition within 20 

-Subtraction within 20

-Numbers to 50 


Please see below the 'Meet the Teacher' video which shares important information about Year 1 :) 

Our wonderful year 1 environment! 


Please see below some important information about Olive Class this year. 


Arrival and pick up times

-Olive Class need to arrive at school at 9.15 at Gate 1. 

-At the end of the day, Palm Class will be dismissed first and Olive Class children should be picked up at 3.20. 

-Please queue down the side of the wall so that we can keep each other safe.  



-Our PE lesson is on a Monday.

-You do not need to bring a kit at the moment but please ensure your child has sensible shoes.

-Please tie all hair back and remove jewellery before the start of the day.








We have been looking at the story of 'Moon Rabbit' by Natalie Russell.

Autumn 1: 

We have been writing our own simple narratives linked to the story of 'Moon Rabbit'. 

Autumn 2:

We will be writing our own animal fact files.



Autumn 1:

Numbers 1- 10

-Counting forwards and backwards to 10. 

-Finding one more/ one less than a given number. 

- Comparing groups of objects/ numbers.

-Greater than and less than symbols > and <


Part whole within 10 

-Using a part whole model . 

-Writing number sentences.

-Finding different ways to make a number. 

-Making number bonds. 


Autumn 2 

- We will be moving onto addition and subtraction after half term.