INFORMATION FOR HOME LEARNING
Unfortunately, the school has been asked to close due to COVID-19. Below you will find a daily update of the activities set for home learning.
We have whole class log in details for some learning platforms which are listed below. I will let you know when to visit these.
Oxford Owl – username : class1diggle password: fish1
Phonics Play – username: march20 password: home
There is a daily 30 minute PE session with Joe Wicks the Body Coach available daily at 9am if you fancy a morning wake up, shake up
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Hi Class 1
Thank you for working so hard this half term! It has been lovely to receive your emails and see all the great work you are doing. I hope you have a relaxing and fun half term break next week.
If you are feeling bored and need something to do there is a fun minibeast project that you might like to do. This is not compulsory but if you do decide to take part you could send me some photos to show me how you are getting on.
Have a great week
from Mrs Mellor
Friday 22nd May
Maths- please use your log in details for Maths Whizz and spend 20-30 mins working on your activities.
English- Visit www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons and choose Year 1 Reading lesson- Attack of the demon Dinner Ladies.
R.E. Please read Mrs Cocker’s task below. Remember to email her your work.
Remember to have a break. Maybe in your free time today you could order your books alphabetically?
Have a great day,
Thursday 21st May
Maths- Visit www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons and choose Year 1 Maths- Compare Mass
English- Read to p14 of the Naughty Bus. What has happened to the Naughty Bus? Was your prediction correct? How do you think the bus feels now? What words can you find that describe how he feels? Use the worksheet or write a list of words to describe how the bus is feeling. Now can you put your words into sentences using ‘because’ to explain why he feels that way.
Theme- Have you ever been on an aeroplane? Have you seen them in the sky? Today you are going to find out about the history of flight. Read the information in the powerpoint with a grown up. Now see if you can order the types of air travel on a time line. You can use the worksheet or draw your own.
Remember to have a break. Maybe in your free time today you could complete a Lego challenge? The sun is shining and your family is going to the local waterpark. Can you design what this will look like?
Have a great day,
Additional resources to print as required
Welcome to Class 1!
This half term we will be working on the topic “A Day in the Life”. We will learn about the changes to domestic life over time particularly focused on roles in the home, domestic chores and equipment, fashions, and school in the 1950s.
In English we will be reading Dogger and other stories linked to our topic. We will focus on accurate punctuation, sequencing sentences to create short narratives and checking that what we have written makes sense then improving it where possible. In Maths we will begin to learn about multplication and division by solving simple problems using apparatus and the support of the teacher. We will be learning to find 1/4 of a shape or quantity, learning about position,direction and movement including full, half, quarter and three quarter turns.
PE this half term is on Mondays and Forest School on Thursdays. Please make sure your child has both an indoor and outdoor kit.
Reading books are changed on your child’s reading day which is on the front of their reading record. We give 2 books at a time but you can ask for more if these do not last the week. Please listen to your child for 10 minutes every day and write a comment in their reading record. Once per week ask one of the reading questions in the front and write your child’s response.
Homework books are given out on Fridays and should be returned on Wednesdays. The homework tasks can be completed in any order.
Important Dates to Remember
Parents Evening Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th March
Spring Concert Tuesday 10th March 5.30pm
Mothers Day Sale 16th, 18th and 20th March