Week beginning 8th June
Although some of us are returning to school over the next two weeks, we are still very much one class, one year group and one team.
We plan on following the same topics in school (although adapted and modified where appropriate) and all children will be set the same work and cover the same objectives whether they are at home, in group A or group B.
This will ensure we are all continuing at the same pace.
For the weeks that groups A or B are not in school, they should continue to follow the same home learning planning set each week on Year 1's home learning page on the school website.
We look forward to continue to support ALL our children whether remotely or in person.
If you have any questions over the coming weeks, please don't hesitate to contact us through the year group email.
Regards, Year 1 team.
We cannot believe how quickly these last few months have flown by since school closed for most of you. The next two weeks are officially half term so there will be no home learning this week and we will put some fun activities on for the first week of June for you do to if you want to.
We are so pleased with how each of you have been working hard at home: we know it's been a tough juggling act for a lot of our families (us included) and want to say THANK YOU for sending in photos, sharing ideas and the support we have had from you all.
Some of the teachers are still planning to ring up each family over the next two weeks, thanks again for those who have sent updated phone numbers. If we do not get in touch with you first time round, we will call you back (the office cannot always put you back through to us). It has been lovely to speak to the children so far and we can't wait to speak to the rest.
Enjoy these next two weeks
The Year 1 Team
Returning to school...
Please continue to follow our 'home-learning page' for updates on relevant information regarding returning to school (for those this applies to). We're currently working hard to prepare classrooms etc and will soon have more information to prepare your child and hopefully make the transition from home to school, as smooth as possible. Click on the above link 'Returning to school' for more details.
For our families who are celebrating, we hope you enjoy your Eid celebrations.
If you want to find out more about this festival, have a look at this link.
Week Beginning: 18th May
Hello everyone! We've got one more week to go before the half-term break, so well done for all your hard work and keep going! This week we've set you some new English work based on Rapunzel or Ninjago. Please feel free to adapt this to suit your own needs. Some children may only want to write a few words, others may wish to write simple sentences or even a full story.
For topic we're going to develop those skills in Computer Science, by making an animated story linked to our English work. We've included a list of suggested actvities and are using Purple Mash '2Create' to support our learning.
For Maths please continue to use the White Rose, BBC bitesize, or a combination of the two; it's always great to see you utilising the practical suggestions that Mrs Bonser lists too!
Have a super fun week - we shall look forward to seeing and hearing about all the activties you get up to.
If you would like a change from Numbots, try these maths sites for fun games:
We are delighted at the number of families we have heard from on email with updates and photographs of their learning. Over the coming weeks, your class teacher will be calling to check-in with you. This will be on the days they are due to be in school and will of course take a few different days to complete. If you know the office do not have your most up-to-date phone number, please could you email your teacher to confirm the correct number on firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to speaking to the children and in the meantime please keep us updated on email.
Year 1 Team.
Week beg 11th May
VE Day celebrations paired with glorious sunshine, were definitely a plenty over this bank holiday weekend! Great to hear that you've enjoyed the blackout experiments along with spitfire plane creating and reflection activties. Keep going with your fantastic Maths work too. We hope mixing up the White Rose and BBC bitesize has been useful.
Everyone is working so hard (children and parents) and we really appreciate your efforts! Thank you for all the positive feedback - it's really useful for us to know what you feel works and is useful. We genuinely appreciate any feedback surrounding home-learning, as we want to tailor the work as best we can.
This week we will be continuing with our Topic on Hot and Cold climates (we hope you remembered to keep those 'hot' and 'cold' boxes) with Topic and English combined.
Have a fantastic week!
For STAR WARS fans- May the 4th Be with you!
Please find below the home-learning for this week. With Friday being the 75th anniversary of VE Day, our home-learning is based around this them and we will continue next week with our Geography work (Don't throw out those hot and cold boxes!)
We loved seeing photos of the work you carried out last week- the recipes were brilliant and can help all of the teachers to come up with some more interesting lunches and snacks for our families.
The work for this week will be uploaded from Monday 27th April.
We are now embarking on our new Geography topic "Hot and Cold countries"
The National Curriculum objective is (underlined section):
Human and Physical Geography
Identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the United Kingdom and the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South Poles
Have a look in the "Topic and English" Star for some ideas about Ramadan
Happy St George's Day Year One!
Today is St George's day and he is the patron Saint of our country.
Have a look at the video below all about St George's day. Why not make yourself a flag?
This weeks' work is available from Monday 20th April. We are constantly reviewing how much work we set and the variety of tasks we upload. We will try to get the balance between online resources and more practical activities.
This week we have combined Topic (D.T) and English (instructions and list making). Click on the 'English' or 'Topic' icon below to view a suggested overview of learning/activities. Please feel free to adapt the suggestions to meet the needs of your family. We have tried to make the activities suitable for the current lockdown –please don’t feel you have to rush out to the shops to buy any special ingredients, simply use whatever is suitable in your cupboards/fridge.Also, don’t worry if you do not have a printer at home you can follow the suggested ideas and jot them down onto some paper
We hope you all managed to enjoy the sunshine and the Easter break!
We now have the Year 1 inbox which you can send photos, queries, work, updates to etc: email@example.com
This weeks' work is available from Tuesday 14th April. We are constantly reviewing how much work we set and the variety of tasks we upload. We will try to get the balance between online resources and more practical activities.
- Numbots- Maths games
- Spelling shed- Spelling games
- RWInc Speed sounds (Focus on Set 2 and Set 3 sounds)
- 10 minutes of reading
Happy Easter to you all!
Easter is a festival that some Christians celebrate, it celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is the oldest Christian tradition and considered the most important. After Jesus was crucified and subsequently died, he was buried in a tomb. Many believe he then rose from the dead on Easter Sunday and is with us in spirit.
Why not watch the video clip at the bottom here.
Discuss if you liked the video or not. Why do you like/not like the video?
Do you know why Easter is important to Christians?
You could try some Easter activities over the next few days:
Can you make an Easter card (maybe with your grown up your could post it through the door, of a person who appears to live alone, or someone who you would like to make smile)?
Can you retell the Easter story to someone (maybe to a family member or friend via facetime or zoom)?
Do a comic strip of the Easter story.
Decorate a hard boiled egg.
Make some cornflake or rice crispy cakes.
Make some hot cross buns.
Can you create an Easter scene in Lego.
This week is officially "Easter Holidays"
The tasks this week are optional.
Please keep accessing the RWInc Speed sounds on facebook or YouTube.
Welcome to our ‘Home Learning’ page.
This page has been set up to help our children to access learning from home after the announcement of school closures by the Prime Minister on Wednesday 18th March 2020.
Joe Wick's 5 minute move
A HUGE range of yoga and mindfulness activities suitable for all ages.
A range of active games and challenges with a Disney theme, some for multiple players.
How To Talk To Children About Coronavirus