Corpus Christi Primary School

Welcome To Swallow

Welcome to Swallow Class. Our class teacher is Mrs Broadgate; our teaching assistant is Mrs Grigorjevs. In Swallow Class we work hard and show each other respect. We know the importance of being kind and caring and strive to follow our school mission statement.

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Class Reminders

MON Reading books changed (decodable book sent home) 

Homework due in. Reading books changed (decodable book sent home)

PE kits


Spelling test. Homework and spellings sent home. 

Reading books changed (reading for pleasure book sent home).



Useful Information   

Below is some useful information about our learning in Swallow Class. There are also some links that will help with your child's learning at home.

 Our Class Saint

Our class Saint: St Peter

Feast Day: 29th June

Patron Saint of fishermen.


Autumn Term Subject Map

 Core Subject Year 1

 Non Core Subjects Year 1 and Year 2

 Core Subjects Year 2


In the Summer Term, Year 1 will be taking part in the Phonics Screening Check. It will test the children's ability to decode words using their phonic knowledge. In school we teach phonics daily using the Floppy's Phonics Scheme. 


Floppy's Phonics Alphabetic Code Chart

 Phonics Bloom Games Phonics Play Games Alphablocks Year 1 Common Exception Words

Year 2 Common Exception Words 


We give out weekly spellings. Our spellings are focused on the phonemes we have been learning that week. We then do our spelling test the following Friday. You can access our weekly spellings and the Year 1 and Year 2 common exception words on Spelling Shed. 

Spelling Shed 


Each week maths homework will be sent home, this will link with the learning the children are doing in class. Homework is then due in the following Wednesday. Your child will also change their books twice a week and it would be helpful if you read with your child and sign their reading record. 

Dancing Through the Decades

KS1 have been learning about how childhoods have changed in their history topic, 'Childhood Then and Now'. They had the opportunity to take part in a dance workshop, to see how music and dance have changed over time...