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1G - Marley Class


Remember if you want to show me any of your wonderful work you can always go to our Google Classroom to submit and upload your work. I look forward to see your drawing, writing or if you have been doing or making something interesting.


I look forward to seeing you again. 


Stay safe and keep smiling. 


Mr Ghorbanian

Dear parents,

As you might know, BBC Bitesize offers online daily lessons across different year groups. You can explore the year one lessons as an additional resource and support, particularly in maths which is in line with White Rose Maths. Please click on the link below. 

Stay safe and keep well,

Mr Ghorbainan 


Home Learning 

Dear Parents/carers,


Here are a few useful home learning sites you might want to use.

Welcome to 1G Class

A warm welcome to class 1G! I hope you had a wonderful summer and did lots of exciting things with the children.  

On this page, you will find information about our class and some of the learning that will take place.

Our class is named after a famous Jamaican musician called Bob Marley.


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Three Little Birds Ukulele Play Along - Very Easy

An easy version of 'Three Little Birds' that we have been learning since the beginning of this term.

His Early Life

     Robert Nesta Marley was born on February 6, 1945, in Nine Miles, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica. His mother, Cedella Malcolm, was black, and his father, Norval Marley, was white. Norval’s family disapproved of his marriage to Cedella, and as a child Marley rarely saw his father. Marley spent his early years in Nine Miles, a small town in the countryside. As a teenager he lived in the neighbourhood of Trench Town in Kingston, the capital city of Jamaica. He died on May 11, 1981, at the age of 36.

His Carrier 

   Bob Marley was a Jamaican singer and composer. His songs made the reggae style of music popular around the world. They described the struggles and poverty of people in the West Indies.In the early 1960s, Bob Marley and several of his friends formed a band, which they eventually called the Wailers. The group had its first big hit, “Simmer Down,” in 1963. It gave a voice to the urban poor of Jamaica. Marley soon became a star performer. His songs were a combination of rhythm and blues, rock, and reggae. They helped make reggae popular around the world.

This is our classroom display.


Recommended Reading List for Year 1

Please support your child in the following:


  • Attending learning together sessions on Friday mornings
  • Reading every night
  • Helping your child learning weekly spelling and completing weekly homework