Autumn Term


Welcome back to the second half of our Autumn term. We are now moving rapidly towards that magical time of year! We have our Christmas, yes, I have said the word, production ready for auditioning and rehearsing. This is such a magical time of year and in Key Stage 1 we try to make it really special for all the children across the Key Stage. We know that as parents you will continue to support us and we thank you all for this. 

Mrs Rush, KS1 Leader, Class 4 - Y2

Mrs Johnson/Mrs Levitt, Class 3 - Y1/2

Miss Winstanley, Class 2 - Y1   


This year, as always, we are supported across KS1 by some amazing TA's. TA deployment is always considered extremely carefully. Due to our numeracy and literacy lessons being taught in the morning the bulk of the support is during those lessons. Your child may mention they have been taught/supported by any of the following members of KS1;

Mrs Fisher and Mrs Brown - HLTA's

Mrs Clark, Ms Davill, Mrs Hamilton, Mrs Hourigan and Mrs Lindley.  



The Wind in the Willows

On the 15th November the children were treated to a wonderful adaptation of 'The Wind in the Willows' by Image Musical Theatre. The children thoroughly enjoyed the performance, joining in by learning songs and actions to accompany the performance. Some extremely lucky children were chosen to perform alongside the actors.

Autumn Term Topic - All about Me!

This is the topic overview we are following for our autumn term planning. We do not follow the planning exactly but may adapt or change it to suit our classes needs and requirements. All three KS1 classes will be focusing our lessons on the first page of the topic overview.  

KS1 Harvest Assembly

A huge thank you to all parents, carers and family members who took time out of your busy schedules to join us for our Harvest assembly. All the staff in KS1 were extremely proud of all the children.

Games/P.E. kit will be needed as follows:

Please ensure a full change of kit is available for all lessons, which will be outside, weather permitting.

A change of footwear is essential for outdoors. Can we also remind you that earrings/jewellery should not be worn on these days.



KS1 Games

Miss Winstanley



  Mrs Rush


Mrs Johnson/Mrs Levitt




Children in Need

Photographs from the day when Pudsey Bear visited Holme upon Spalding Moor Primary school. 

More class photographs to follow shortly.