From Monday 23rd March 2020
Phonics Based Task: Once Monday - Friday
Maths: Once Monday - Friday
Handwriting: Once Monday - Friday
Religious Education: Once each week.
Topic Based Task: Once each week.
The work will be set and uploaded onto the class page daily. It can be completed in your child's green Home Learning Book or if you have a printer at home, you can also print off the work to complete if you wish.
Your child will also be able to access Purple Mash, where interactive and engaging task will be set by Miss Turner during the school closure. Your child has their Purple Mash login in their green At Home Learning Book. To access Purple Mash: http://welearn365.com/
Answers to be posted on Class Dojo daily.
If you haven't already, please make sure you sign up to Class Dojo for daily updates.
To promote activeness at home, I have created a document containing P.E resources that can used/completed beyond the classroom.
Spanish Counting Videos:
Dancing 2s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCxvNtrcDIs
Dancing 5s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amxVL9KUmq8
Book of the Day
Danny the Duck with No Quack
Possible Questions/ Activities:
1. Can you retell the story in a story map?
2. Was there any part of the book you found funny?
3. Can you create an alternative beginning?
Quote of the Day
Live Zoo Stream
Missing You All X
Welcome to Year One!
In Year One we are courageous, kind, caring, patient and amazing!
Our teacher is Miss Turner and our teaching assistants are Mrs Joseph and Mrs Butler.
We are so excited to share lots of interesting information and amazing photos about what we have been learning in Year One. Please scroll down to look at our latest photos and information.
Our Gospel Values this half term are: Faith-filled and Hopeful
Learning Goals: Week of 16th March 2020
English: I can decide what I like and dislike about There's A Bear On My Chair.
Maths: I can count in 5s.
R.E: I can describe Palm Sunday.
Topic: I can design a sledge made from K'Nex.
Phonics: I can identify the alternative pronunciation 'c' e.g. cinema and cat.
Spanish: I can listen attentively to spoken language (Spanish greetings).
Book change day is a Wednesday or Thursday: your child will bring home one or two new books which will be changed on a weekly basis. Please re-read these books to support your child with building up their fluency and confidence in word reading. If you would like further support with strategies for supporting your child’s reading at home then please do come and see me, I am more than happy to help.
We have PE on Wednesdays - please make sure your child brings in their full PE kit to school.
We have swimming on Fridays - please make sure your child brings in their full swimming kit to school.
For homework, the children will have: a Maths activity, a grammar or spelling activity and a handwriting activity each week. This will come home every Friday and needs to be returned by the following Tuesday at the latest.
On a Friday the children will take home a weekly spelling word list. These spellings will be check in school on the following Wednesday.
We have been practising handwriting daily in class following the cursive handwriting format. The children are now already beginning to use some of the diagonal and horizontal strokes needed to join letters and I am very pleased with their progress with this so far.
QR Code Reader:
Scan the QR Codes and click 'open in browser' to take you to the websites.
Click on Flashcards for questions you can practice with your children under the username: MissTurnerSGP
On this free app, the children can select a phoneme and explore spelling different words that include it. The app provides you with letters to chose from to help.
Simplex Spelling Light:
On this free app, the children can select an appropriate phoneme. Words containing that phoneme are then read aloud to the children, which they can then spell using the letters provided. The words are also put into a sentence.
Year One enjoy using the website Phonics Play, which has many free resources, during phonics lessons to revist previously learnt sounds. Year One particularly like the game Obb and Bobb and Pick the Picture.
On this app, the children can answer different maths questions to achieve BINGO! Warning: There are adverts on the bottom of the screen.