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Year 1 Remote Learning week beginning 15th March

If your child and/or family needs to self isolate then please click on the links below to access learning from home.  Please post your work on Tapestry once completed and a member of staff will provide feedback each day.

 

Please contact the school office by emailing info@stpeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you require any additional resources and a member of staff will arrange for these to be delivered to you. 

Year 1 Remote Learning week beginning 8th March

 

All pupils will be returning to school on Monday 8th March however in the event that your child needs to self isolate and/or that we need to close the Year 1 or Key Stage 1 bubble, the timetable below shows the learning which will take place in year 1 this week.

Resources will be provided as necessary to ensure that your child can continue their learning at home and we ask that you upload your child's learning to Tapestry, as you have done since January, to enable us to provide feedback, extension activities or to address any misconceptions.

 

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing info@stpeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk or phoning 01883 343 299, and we will get back to you as soon as we are able to do so.

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Session 

1

Session

2

Session

3

Session

4

Session

5

Monday PE

English

 

 

 

Maths

WALT: Add numbers

using our knowledge

of place value

(apparatus)

Art Reading
Tuesday

English

 

 

Maths

WALT: Add numbers

using our knowledge of

place value

(jottings)

Geography PSHE Reading
Wednesday Phonics

English

 

Maths

WALT: Subtract numbers

using our knowledge

of place value

(apparatus)

Forest School Reading
Thursday Phonics 

English

 

Maths

WALT: Subtract numbers

using our knowledge

of place value

(jottings)

Science Reading
Friday  Phonics RE

Maths

WALT: Add and subtract using an appropriate strategy

 

Computing Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning week beginning 1st March

The timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day if possible. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so the tasks can be completed across the week to fit around your work commitments. All that we ask is that you encourage your child to do their best and to have a go at their learning. 

We have continued to schedule three zoom meetings which will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends. The zoom meetings will also enable us to do some 'live' teaching, address any misconceptions and revisit key concepts.

We will provide a mixture of individual and whole class feedback via Tapestry and as part of zoom sessions to support your child with their learning. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with remote learning this week and/or would like to discuss any concerns or queries that you may have about your child returning to school next week

 

 

Best wishes

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Session 1

(25 mins)

Session 2

(45 mins)

Session 3

(40 mins)

Session 4

(40 mins)

Session 5

(25 mins)

Monday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

Maths

 

Walt: Compare lengths

 

 

PSHE

Healthy hands are happy hands - In this lesson we understand the importance of maintaining personal hygiene.

 

Art

WALT: describe what a collage is and apply our understanding to create one

 

Handwriting

The letter f

 

Spellings and Reading

Tuesday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mr Bibby

 

Geography

What is Australia like?

 

Maths

 

Walt: Compare heights

 

Music: Rhythm 2

In this lesson, we will learn to read and write our songs using rhythmic notation.

 

Handwriting

The Letter e

 

Computing

Introduction to backgrounds and characters

 

Spellings and Reading

Wednesday

Daily phonics

English

 

WALT: create a story map to retell a story

Maths

 

Walt: compare lengths and heights

Science

WALT: describe invertebrates (crustaceans, arachnids and insects)

 

RE

To know the events of the Last Supper and say some things that Christians believe from it.

 

Spellings and Reading

Thursday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mr Bibby

Maths and spellings quiz

11.00am- Live Collective Worship with Mrs Nash

 

World Book Day activities for the remainder of the day

 

Friday

Daily phonics

English

 

Walt: retell a story

 

Maths

 

Walt: Measure length

Geography

What is Africa like?

 

PE

Balance, agility and coordination

 

Handwriting

Letters   f e d s

 

 

Mathletics and Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning week beginning 22nd February

Welcome back to Spring 2. The timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day if possible. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so the tasks can be completed across the week to fit around your work commitments. All that we ask is that you encourage your child to do their best and to have a go at their learning. 

We have continued to schedule three zoom meetings which will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends. The zoom meetings will also enable us to do some 'live' teaching, address any misconceptions and revisit key concepts.

We will provide a mixture of individual and whole class feedback via Tapestry and as part of zoom sessions to support your child with their learning. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with learning and/or additional resources such as exercise books, maths resources, reading books or paper copies of worksheets.

 

We are hopeful that we may only have two more weeks of Remote Learning. Once we have guidance from the DfE on returning to school we will confirm our return to school plan. 

 

Best wishes

 

Mrs Burgess

 

Session 1

(25 mins)

Session 2

(45 mins)

Session 3

(40 mins)

Session 4

(40 mins)

Session 5

(25 mins)

Monday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

Walt: describe a character

 

 

Maths

 

Walt: Count in twos

 

 

PSHE

Walt: understand how to maintain a healthy lifestyle

 

RE

Walt: Know the events of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday as told in the Bible and to understand that people thought Jesus was very special

 

 

Handwriting

The letter g

 

Spellings and Reading

Tuesday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mr Bibby

 

Geography

Walt: explain what a continent is

 

Maths

 

Walt: Count in twos

 

Music: Rhythm 1

Walt: understand the difference between pulse and rhythm and how to learn to and repeat short rhythmic patterns.

 

Handwriting

The Letter s

 

Computing

Walt: explore coding

 

Spellings and Reading

Wednesday

Daily phonics

English- 

 

Walt: take on the role of a character from the story

Maths

 

Walt: count in fives

Science

Walt: describe what a living thing is and explain what living things need to survive

 

Art

Walt: explore collage and describe what it is

 

Spellings and Reading

Thursday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mr Bibby

Science  & Spellings quiz

Maths

 

Walt: Count in fives

 

Geography

Walt: identify the continent of Europe describe what Europe is like

 

PE

Linked to PHSE Monday

 

Handwriting

Letters   g s a d o c

 

Mathletics and Reading

Friday

Daily phonics

English- 

 

Walt: write a letter

 

 

 

Maths

 

Activity: Place value to 50  end of unit test

1pm- Live Collective Worship

 

 

Forest School

 

 

Mathletics and Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning week beginning 8th February

Parents and Carers, the timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. This is the final week of home learning for this half term. We will then restart remote learning on Monday 22nd February.

 

You will also be sent a link to an online parent survey about remote learning in the coming days. Please complete it as this will provide us with valuable feedback and will enable us to find out what is working well and what we could do to improve and enhance our remote learning offer.

 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions and/or require any additional support.

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Session 1

(25 mins)

Session 2

(45 mins)

Session 3

(40 mins)

Session 4

(40 mins)

Session 5

(25 mins)

Monday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

WALT: use our senses to describe the snow and write a simple snow poem

 

Maths

 

Walt: Know One more one less within 50

 

 

PSHE

Keep calm and carry on

We will be thinking about objects and materials which make us feel happy and at peace.

 

Music 

Maintaining pulse and finding the strong beats

 

 

Handwriting

The letter a

 

Spellings and Reading

Tuesday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Safer Internet Day themed

 

Maths

 

Walt: Know one more one less within 50

 

Handwriting

The Letter d

 

 

Computing

Change and extend an algorithm list

 

 

Music

Identifying tempo

 

 

 

 

Spellings and Reading

Wednesday

Daily phonics

English

WALT: use our senses to write a winter acrostic poem

 

 

Maths

 

Walt: Compare objects to 50

Design and technology

Design a crown

 

PE with Marcus Rashford

 

RE

WALT: understand why baptism is important to Christians 

 

Spellings and Reading

Thursday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Reading  & Spellings quiz

Maths

 

Walt: Compare numbers within 50

 

Design and technology

Make a crown

 

Handwriting

Letters   c o a d

 

RE

WALT: retell the story of the baptism of Jesus

 

Mathletics and Reading

Friday

Daily phonics

English-

 

WALT: use our knowledge of the Great Fire of London to write a fire acrostic poem

 

 

 

Maths

 

Walt: Order numbers within 50

1pm

Live Collective Worship

 

Forest School

 

Computing

Create a longer algorithm for an activity

Mathletics and Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning Week Beginning 1st February

From 1-7 February 2021, we are taking part in Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme is Express Yourself. Place2Be has created activities and resources to help children (and adults) to explore the different ways that they can share their thoughts and feelings and we have included some ideas in the timetable below. 

 

As always, please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day if possible. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so the tasks can be completed across the week to fit around your work commitments. All that we ask is that you encourage your child to do their best and to have a go at their learning. 

We have scheduled three zoom meetings which will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends. The zoom meetings will also enable us to do some 'live' teaching, address any misconceptions and revisit key concepts.

We will provide a mixture of individual and whole class feedback via Tapestry and as part of zoom sessions to support your child with their learning. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like any further support.

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

 

 

Session 1

(25 mins)

Session 2

(45 mins)

Session 3

(40 mins)

Session 4

(40 mins)

Session 5

(25 mins)

Children's Mental Health Week

Express Yourself

Monday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

What are witness accounts?

WALT: use personal pronouns to describe living through the fire

 

Maths

 

Walt: Counting to 50 by making 10s

 

 

Science

 

Lesson 6: Whose job is it to keep us healthy?

 

In this lesson, we will learn about doctors and scientists who have kept us healthy.

 

Handwriting

The letter C

 

Spellings and Reading

Please watch the Children's Mental Health week assembly 

 

Visit the collective worship folder for the link.

Tuesday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mr Bibby

 

History What was the impact of the great fire of London?

What changes (before and after)

 

Maths

 

Walt: Know numbers to 50

 

Art

WALT: name primary and secondary colours

 

Handwriting

The Letter O

 

 

Spellings and Reading

Draw your feelings activity

 

See the

Children's Mental Health Week folder below.

Wednesday

Daily phonics

English- writing

 

Walt: use personal pronouns and the past tense to write an eye witness account

Maths

 

Walt: Count back and forward within 50

PSHE

Don’t worry about a thing

In this lesson we will be talking about worries and how to deal with them

 

Computing

Understand basic direction keys and create and debug instructions

 

Spellings and Reading

Put on your favourite song and either dance or sing along to it.

Thursday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Reading  & Spellings quiz

Maths

 

Walt: Place value of ones and tens

 

Music Lesson 4

Physicalising pulse in different ways

 

Handwriting

Letters C and O

 

Mathletics

What makes you feel...? activity.

See Children's Mental Health Week folder below.

 

Friday

Daily phonics

English- writing

 

Walt: write a diary entry

 

Maths

 

Walt: Represent numbers to 50

Art

Why is colour important in art?

 

 

Forest School

Hedgehog Week

Mathletics and Reading

Dress to Express yourself- choose to wear your favourite colour today and/or dress in your favourite clothes.  

 

 

 

Year 1 Remote Learning Week Beginning 25th January 2021

Parents and Carers, the timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day if possible. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so the tasks can be completed across the week to fit around your work commitments. All that we ask is that you encourage your child to do their best and to have a go at their learning. 

We have scheduled three zoom meetings which will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends. The zoom meetings will also enable us to do some 'live' teaching, address any misconceptions and revisit key concepts.

We will provide a mixture of individual and whole class feedback via Tapestry and as part of zoom sessions to support your child with their learning. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with learning and/or additional resources such as exercise books, maths resources, reading books or paper copies of worksheets.

 

 

Best Wishes

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Session 1

(25 mins)

Session 2

(45 mins)

Session 3

(40 mins)

Session 4

(40-50 mins)

Session 5

(25 mins)

Monday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English/History- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

WALT: create a timeline of events and key details to prepare for creating fact sheets about the Great Fire of London

 

Maths

 

Walt:

Subtract by crossing 10

 

 

Science

 

Lesson 5: Why is it important to be hygienic?

In this lesson, we will learn about hygiene and Florence Nightingale's role in reimagining hygiene in hospitals.

 

 

Spellings and Reading

Tuesday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

English/History writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

WALT: create a fact sheet (1)

(Focus on questions and using conjunctions to add more information to our sentences)

Maths

 

Walt: Subtract by crossing 

 10

 

History

 

How did the Great Fire of London start?

In this lesson play an interactive game to follow the story of the fire

http://www.fireoflondon.org.uk/game/

 

 

 

 

Art

Walt: draw lines of different shapes and thickness using different pencils (part 2)

Spellings and Reading

Wednesday

Daily phonics

English- writing

 

WALT: create a fact sheet (2)

 

(Focus on questions and using conjunctions to add more information to our sentences)

Maths

 

Walt: use related facts to add and subtract

Geography

 

Lesson 5: What are the landmarks in London?

 

 

In today's lesson, we join Miss Browne in learning about some of the famous landmarks in London. We have a go at placing them on a map and finish the lesson by writing a list of tourist attractions for people visiting London.

 

Spellings and Reading

Thursday

Daily phonics

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Spelling quiz

History:  Walt: find out about Samuel Pepys and understand how his diary helped us to find out about life in the past

 

Maths

 

Walt: compare number sentences using < > and =

 

Computing: Purple Mash (see video)

Walt: be able to use the direction keys to complete the challenges successfully.  Please do challenges 1 & 2

 

 

 

 

PHSE: Turn things around

Today’s lesson will focus on bullying. We will look at the different types of bullying, how to deal with them and who to speak to if you are being bullied.

 

Mathletics and Reading

Friday

Daily phonics

English- writing

 

 

WALT: create a fact sheet (3)

 

(Focus on questions and using conjunctions to add more information to our sentences)

 

 

Maths

 

Walt: assess our 

understanding of addition and subtraction

within 20

Music lesson 3: In this lesson, we will be learning how sounds can be represented using symbols or pictures and the relationship between pulse and rhythm.

 

Forest School- Watch the video of Mrs Amitrano reading a story and have a go at some of the related activities (there are indoor and outdoor tasks)

Mathletics and Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning Week Beginning 18th January 2021

Parents and Carers, the timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so this learning can be completed across the week to fit around your work commitments.

We have scheduled three zoom meetings which will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends. They will also enable us to address any misconceptions, revisit key concepts and do some 'live' teaching.

To enable us to celebrate learning and provide feedback we ask that you upload photos of completed learning to Tapestry each week. We have included the link to a video explaining how to do this below.

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with learning and/or additional resources such as exercise books or paper copies of worksheets provided.

 

 

Best Wishes

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

 

Session 1 

(25 mins)

 

Session 2

(45 mins)

 

Session 3

(40 mins)

 

Session 4

(40 mins)

 

Session 5

(25 mins)

Monday Daily phonics activities 

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess

 

 

English- writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

 

WALT: use adjectives to describe a character

Maths

 

Walt: Add by making 10

 

Science

 

Lesson 4: How do our bodies change as we get older?

 

In this lesson, we will look at the different stages of life and learn about the key differences of each stage of development.
Spellings and Reading
Tuesday Daily phonics and activities

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

English writing (to be explained by Mrs Burgess on zoom)

WALT: retell a story

Maths

 

Walt: Add by making 10

History

 

Lesson 2: How did London begin?

 

In this lesson, we will look at London's origin, focusing on how it began as a Roman settlement by the banks of the River Thames nearly 2000 years ago.
Spellings and Reading
Wednesday Daily phonics and activities

English- writing

 

WALT: retell a story (part 2)

Maths

 

Walt: subtract (not crossing 10)

Geography

 

Lesson 4: How do people move around in London?

 

 

In today's lesson, we learn about the different modes of transport used by people in London.
Spellings and Reading
Thursday

Daily phonics and activities

 

9.45am-10.30am

Zoom with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

 

Spelling quiz and science learning explained by Mr Bibby

 

English- writing

Walt: write a book review

Maths

 

Walt: subtract by counting back

History

Lesson 3:

What was London like at the time of the fire?

 

In this lesson, we will look at how London developed as an important cultural, economic and political centre through the reign of the Anglo-Saxons, Normans and Tudors.
Mathletics and Reading
Friday Daily phonics and activities

English- writing

 

 

WALT: Use the past tense and adjectives to write a postcard

Maths

 

Walt: subtract by counting back (crossing 10)

Art

 

Walt: draw lines of different shapes and thickness

 

Create a simple drawing inspired by looking at images of 17th   century London.

Mathletics and Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning Week Beginning 11th January 2021

Parents and Carers, the timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so this learning can be completed across the week to fit around your schedule.

To enable us to celebrate learning and provide feedback we ask that you upload photos of completed learning to Tapestry each week.

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with learning and/or additional resources such as exercise books or paper copies of worksheets provided.

We will be contacting you this week to 'check in' and to ask if there is anything that you need. We have also set up two zoom meetings. These will provide the children with an opportunity to feedback on their learning and see their friends, as well as allow us to address any misconceptions and do some 'live' teaching.

 

Best Wishes

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

Monday Phonics

English

WALT: write questions to find out about a book

Maths

WALT: Add by counting on

Science 

Lesson 3: What is a healthy diet?

In this lesson, we will learn about the different food groups and what we use each food group for.

Spellings and reading
Tuesday Phonics

English

WALT: Write sentences and phrases in the first person

Maths

WALT: Add by counting on

 

11am-12pm

Zoom meeting with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

Phonics review and Introduction to our Great Fire of London topic

Spellings and reading
Wednesday Phonics

English

WALT: Use adjectives

Maths 

WALT:Add ones using number bonds                   

Geography

Lesson 3: What is the history of London?

In this lesson, we will find out how the city of London was founded and find out about the three main groups that settled there.

Spellings and reading
Thursday Phonics

9.30am-10.30am

Zoom meeting with Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby

Don't forget our spelling quiz!

Maths

WALT: Add ones using number bonds

 

History 

Lesson 1:What was life like in the 17th century?

In this lesson, we will find out who ruled England during the 17th century, up to who was in charge at the time of the Great Fire of London.

Reading
Friday Phonics

English

WALT: Write sentences using the past tense

Maths

WALT: Find and make number bonds

Music

Lesson 2:creating simple patterns

In this lesson, we will be learning how to use our body to show pulse in different ways and how to match the rhythm pattern to the pulse.

 

Reading

 

Year 1 Remote Learning- Week Commencing 4th January 2021

Welcome to the spring term Year 1. We know that it may be different to how we expected it to be but we will see you soon, even if it is virtually for now.

 

Parents and Carers, the timetable below includes all of the learning that we have set for the children in Year 1 this week. All of the resources are grouped into subjects with links and worksheets as needed. 

Please aim to complete at least 3-4 pieces of learning a day. We know that many of you will be juggling working from home as well as home learning so this learning can be completed across the week to fit around your schedule.

To enable us to celebrate learning and provide feedback we ask that you upload photos of completed learning to Tapestry each week.

Please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing info@stepeter-stpaul.surrey.sch.uk if you would like any further support with learning and/or additional resources such as exercise books or paper copies of worksheets provided.

We will be contacting you routinely to 'check in' and our Family Wellbeing Lead, Linda Smith, will also be available to offer additional support and advice.

 

Best wishes

 

Mrs Burgess and Mr Bibby 

Timetable of year 1 learning for the week commencing 4th January

Tuesday Phonics English Maths Geography PSHE
Tuesday   How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (Lesson 1) We are learning to listen and respond to a story In this lesson, we will listen to a story and discuss our favourite moments. We will then draw pictures of these moments and add labels to describe them in more detail. Exploring calculation strategies within 20 Lesson 1- using number bonds when subtracting In this lesson, you will be subtracting numbers within 20 Lesson 1- What is the United Kingdom? In today's lesson, we join Miss Browne in learning about the geographical location of the UK, and the countries within the UK. We will draw a map of the countries within the UK and label with seas surrounding it

Feeling Good

In this lesson, you will be talking about feelings and how people respond to them. You will meet Bobby and friends who will talk to you about how they feel and what they do when they feel different emotions. At the end you'll write a letter to one of Bobby’s friends to help her

Wednesday Daily phonics

English How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (Lesson 2) We are learning to be able to retell a story from memory

In this lesson, we will learn to tell the story from memory using a process called Map, Step, Speak.

Maths Exploring calculation strategies within 20 Lesson 2- using doubles to calculate near doubles

In this lesson, you will be using your doubling knowledge to support with calculations within 20

 Science Lesson 1- What are the different parts of the human body? In this lesson, we will learn about the different parts of the body, where you find them and what their functions are. PSHE Lesson 2- Cool down corner In today’s lesson we will be exploring anger and how to deal with it. Bobby is annoyed and frustrated with some of his friends and needs your help to deal with this problem. Help him by designing a cool down corner where he can go to relax, be calm and find inner peace.
Thursday Daily Phonics English How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (Lesson 3) We are learning to build descriptive language. In this lesson, we will build descriptive language in our stories through song. Maths Exploring calculation strategies within 20 Lesson 3- using the ‘make ten’ strategy In this lesson, you will use the 'make ten' strategy to solve calculations. Geography Lesson 2- What can you find in the United Kingdom? In today's lesson we join Miss Browne in learning about some of the famous features from the four different countries within the UK. We learn about both natural features and human features such as capital cities. We will write a fact file for each country with some of the key information from the lesson. Science Lesson 2- Why is exercise so important? In this lesson, we will learn what exercise is and why it is so important. We will explore different ways to exercise and choose our favourite!
Friday Daily Phonics English How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (Lesson 4) We are learning to use expanded noun phrases to describe. In this lesson, we will learn how to use expanded noun phrases to help describe characters in the story more vividly. Maths Exploring calculation strategies within 20 Lesson 4- understanding that the = symbol represents equivalence In this lesson, you will use various strategies to solve calculations within 20. Music Lesson 1- Pulse In this lesson, we will be learning about pulse, how to find it and how to move our body in time to the beat. DT Research a London landmark and make a model using recycled materials. How will you join and attach the parts together? Can you make your model move?

 

Year 1 Home Learning - Week Commencing 14th December 2020

Click on the Phonics banner and choose a phonics activity to complete each day.

 

Click on the PE banner and complete 2 activites throughout the week.

 

Click on the banner to be taken to RE learning.

 

Click on the music banner to be taken to this weeks music lesson.

A link will be emailed so you are able to watch the panto from home. Below are activities linked to the Panto.

Below are some Christmas craft ideas for you to try at home.

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