We have broken the learning into days, to cover what they would have learned at school but please just do what you can.
If your child finds something tricky, feel free to consolidate their learning before moving on. We put the resources you need on the website ordered by day. If you have any questions, please use the class email to contact the Year One teachers.
You read every day and ask your child questions about what they have read to check their understanding. At school the children are used to having a focus lens in Guided Reading which is what they focus on and think about when they are reading and then discuss afterwards.
Your child completes 1 task for Phonics each day
Your child spends time on a task every day for Writing (in Year 1 children in school spend approx. 30 minutes writing)
For Maths, you spend up to an hour either online learning (Mathletics) and/or following the suggested activities
Your child completes one topical learning activity set each day (this may include Science, Geography, PSHE, PE, RE or Art
Please remember, any learning you do is beneficial to your child. There’s no right or wrong way of carrying out these tasks. Every child learns differently – don’t worry just have a go!
We would love to see the learning the children are doing at home, feel free to email us with photos, work etc. on either:
This week marks Children's Mental Health Week! Throughout this week, you will find resources and activities which will encourage us to think about how we express ourselves, how we show gratitude (thanks), how we show kindness and how we show resilience. Resources will be added as the week goes on.
Please click the link below and join Mrs Kershaw as she shares the story 'The Worries - Sohal Finds a Friend' by Jion Sheibani:
As it is Children's Mental Health Week, Mr Rome would like you to complete this yoga adventure! Yoga is all about mindfulness, breathing and sretches; it can help us to keep physically and mentally healthy.
Children should complete each exercise twice. You can draw out a small table for children to write down their scores (Squats, Squat Jumps and Star Jumps). On the second attempt, see if you can beat your score from the first attempt. Set yourself a 1 minute timer!