Year 1 Online Learning
Please find information about online learning resources and how to support age appropriate conversations about the current situation at: Online learning during school closure
This page will be regularly updated with lessons/activities and advise on how to access further learning material.
Please email Miss Overson or Ms Keigan with any queries or to send us photos of your fabulous work!
Easter Holiday Homework
Mr. R's extra Maths activities:
Here are lessons to follow:
Writing a Narrative:
Free activity books: https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html
Children's books read by their authors: https://clpe.uk.com/1RW5-6SMBU-1218VCCNB0/cr.aspx
Audible free stories: https://stories.audible.com/discovery
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm
Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm
Play some phonics games:
Watch Geraldine the Giraffe. Recap and learn new sounds:
Here are some videos and activities to support reading and writing techniques:
1. Try to complete one of these each day to keep yourself active.
Fitness rotation - Time yourself and see if you can beat your time each day.
20 star jumps
10 push ups
Touch the ground and then jump and reach the sky 20 times
20 high knees
20 heel flicks
20 frog jumps
2. Try one of these 5 minute Joe Wicks Workouts
3. Yoga -
4. If you have a skipping rope try skipping for 5 minutes.
5. Make up a dance to a new song.
Learn the lyrics to a new song- Check out 'Sing Me A Song' on My USO.
Make an instrument out of household objects.
Make a rap about something you have learnt this year.
The Great Fire of London.
Pretend you are a baker in 1666 and make your own delicious bread!
Recipe: Delicious plain white bread.pdf
Recipe: Yummy Sourdough Bread.pdf
Rate your bread: Choose your favourite bread.pdf
On going project:
Keep a diary of a plant.
Plant a seed (perhaps green beans, cress, tomatoes, lettuce). Look after your plant and keep a diary of it as it grows, you could write about it, draw pictures and take photos.
Look out for the signs that Spring is here! What can you find?
At home experiments:
There are lots of lovely ideas for art at home on BBC Bitesize, here are some on drawing:
Here are some home learning ideas from Madame Cairns, our French Teacher: