Holy Trinity Church of England

Primary School

Growing Tomorrow's Leaders

Wednesday 13th January

Good morning Year 1!


We hope you are all keeping well. Our activities for today are listed below:




1. Topic- PowerPoint posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. You then need to click through the slides.


2. Reading- PowerPoint posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. You then need to click through the slides.


3. Maths- Order numbers

Video link/ PowerPoint and resources posted below. 


5. Phonics- activities are posted below. Pupils should know which Phonics groups they were in last term, if unsure please email and we can assist.


6. PE-

Join Jamie on a Cosmic Kids yoga adventure. Copy her moves and enjoy the yoga, story and fun!


7. Spellings- Video posted below. 


8. Art-

#DrawWithRob is a series of draw-along videos with Rob Biddulph, an author and illustrator. In today's video we are going to draw Gregosaurus from Dinosaur Juniors.



Please remember to send any pictures and work to


We cannot wait to see your lovely work and to give you some feedback. Have fun!




For our topic lesson today, we are going to listen to the story again and then draw the story map of the bears' journey. This will help us in remembering what happened so that it is easier for us to re-tell the story. Once we have drawn the map of the journey, we are going to add in time connectives for each part of the journey (first, next, after that..) and if possible, write a sentence about what happens at each location.

There is also a wonderful song for you to sing that mums and dads will definitely know, so warm up your vocal chords and get ready for a round of 'teddy bear's picnic'!

Here is the link for the words if you can't remember them all! 

Today we are reading the story 'The Bears in The Bed and The Great Big Storm'. Sit back and enjoy listening to this super story. I have written down the questions that I asked throughout the Powerpoint incase you would like to write down any answers or discuss them in more detail after the story has been read. Here are the questions:


Slide 2. Predict what you think is going to happen in the story? What do you think the story is about?

Slide 4; Do you think there is really a monster outside? What do you think it could be?

Slide 5: Can you pick out the adjectives which describe the weather?

Slide 7: How do you think Bear is feeling? How do you know that?

Slide 8: How do you think the little bears are feeling now that they are tucked up in bed?

Slide 9: What do you think is going to happen next?

Slide 11: What do you think Bear is going to see outside the door?

Slide 13: How do you think the bears feel now that they know it’s not a monster, only a moose?

In your Maths lesson today you will be ordering numbers. It is really important that you read the questions correctly and know whether you are ordering from greatest to smallest or smallest to greatest. You must also use your knowledge of tens and ones to help you decide if a number is biggest. For example, we know that 12 is bigger than 8 because 12 has 1 ten and 2 ones. Whereas 8 only 8 ones. You may also use pictorials or manipulatives to help you answer the questions. I will go through some warm up questions with you first to show you how to answer the questions. I would then like you to have a go at some practice questions so that you can independently apply these skills. Your main Maths task is uploaded below the Maths PowerPoint in a PDF format. At the end of the PowerPoint are some challenge questions for you to have a go at, remember to explain your answers using your reasoning skills. Try your best! I can’t wait to see your work.


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Remember to do your practice test, ask your parent to test you. Try your best and do not worry about your score, you have until Friday to improve it.