If your child is unable to attend school due to compulsory self-isolation because of coronavirus, we ask them to:
Complete their Mathletic tasks
Practice their weekly spellings which are on the website.
Complete lessons on Oak National Academy https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-1
Feel free to evidence any work completed in your child's red book, or email any work to their class teacher for feedback.
If parents require extra support with this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Welcome to Year 1!
Welcome to our class page and more importantly welcome to Year 1! Here you can find what we are learning about and find any key updates. Miss Morley is the Class Teacher of Barn Owls Class with Mrs O’Shaughnessy as the Class Teaching Assistant. Miss Soutter is the Class Teacher of Red Squirrels Class with Mr Attwood as the Class Teaching Assistant. If you would like to discuss any aspect of your child’s learning or have any questions or suggestions please feel free to pop a note in your child’s contact book or fill in the form below.
To complete any Mathletics homework click here (Mathletics tasks are set every Wednesday, these tasks are normally pre-learning for upcoming topics).
Our practice spelling test will be on Friday and the actual spelling test will be on Monday.
Your child's Mathletics logins have been stuck in the front of their red pre-learning book. They are assigned three activities to complete each week. The pupils have until Monday to complete these tasks.
We ask that you listen to your child read for at least 10 minutes every day.
Make a scrapbook with photos of the people in your family, including parents and grandparents. Write sentences about the things you like doing with them. Perhaps you could include tickets from events you have been to or cards they have sent you.
Decorate cardboard cut outs of people to look like your family members. Use fabrics, sequins, wool and other materials to create clothing and features. Can your family recognise themselves?
Make a family tree showing all your family members with photographs or drawings. Talk about the relationship between yourself and each family member.
Ask your parents or grandparents if they have any photographs of themselves as babies. Can you tell it’s them? What differences do you notice in the clothing, furniture or hairstyles in the pictures?
Ask your parents and grandparents about what holidays, travel and toys and games were like when they were children. If possible, film their answers and email to your class teacher to watch with your class at school.
Sequence pictures of your life e.g. from birth to now. How have you changed?
Dear parents/ carers,
We hope you are keeping well. We are all very upset that we won’t get to spend the last week of Term 2 together with our classes, but we are remaining positive and we have planned some lovely home learning activities for the pupils to complete.
Pupils can email their work directly to us so that we can provide feedback or they can email any work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to do a Zoom call on Thursday to say hello to everyone. We will do these as separate classes. A link with the time will be communicated shortly. Please feel free to wear Christmas party clothes.
Miss Morley, Miss Soutter, Mr Attwood and Mrs O’Shaughnessy.