I've been asked for these a couple of times, and pupils are finding them useful as well.
Do check with your teacher about fingerings for the C & E scales, because it's possible to play them different ways. I prefer to do them all in one position, but others might ask you to start in first position and use shifts.
For the notation of the scales, see the Grade 1 to 5 scales download.
Another very useful sheet....cut them up and pick them out at random! I really should get ones done for the higher grades as well.
This year, a new scale appeared on the Associated Board Grade 1 violin syllabus. 'E natural minor'. Plenty of people seem slightly unsure of what this means, because 'natural minor' is a term not everyone is familiar with.
Put one way: it's a scale sticking to the minor key signature, without any accidentals.
Or another: it's the Aeolian mode. (Personally, I dislike the term 'natural minor', with its implication of superiority over other tonal systems.)
Even another: just play the G major scale from E to E...