Year 1: Somer

Welcome to our Year 1 page.
 
Mrs Smyth is your class teacher this year. 
*Lockdown - January 2020*
 
We are really sorry we can't all be in school together this term but it is important we are all safe. We will be letting you know soon how you can do your learning from home in the best way for you.
 
  • Your teachers will be available at set times during the day on Google Classroom to support your learning.
  • Please use your paper packs as well as looking at learning online.
  • Please remember to use Maths Shed and Spelling Shed and Hit the Button to support your learning. 
  • We will send links to Oak Academy and White Rose Maths learning videos to further the learning of those who want more.
  • We will try and set up small groups to have video lessons for Phonics for some children who need extra support
  • Please try and be in contact with your teachers every day, we will send a VLE message each morning at 9am.
  • An adult from Y1 will call you each week to chat and see how you are doing, it will be lovely to hear your voices :) 
Look after yourselves and we hope to see you as soon as it is safe and possible.
 
Please contact the school if you have any issues with connecting online.
Home learning: Week beginning February 22nd
 
Welcome to Term 4. Our new topic for this term is "A bird's eye view".
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are looking at the story ' The Man on the Moon'. I have also uploaded some resources that may help you, everything else should be in your paper pack. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
Reading at home
 
During the period of home learning you may find the Oxford Owl website useful. You can register for a free online account. Once you have an account you are able to search for and select books to read. These are similar to books we read in school so you should be able to select the correct level. If you have any problems, let me know and I can help. 
Home learning: Week beginning February 8th
 
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are looking at the story 'The Great Explorer'. I have also uploaded some resources that may help you, everything else should be in your paper pack. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
Home learning: Week beginning February 1st
 
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are looking at the story 'The Emperor's Egg'. I have also uploaded some resources that may help you, everything else should be in your paper pack. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
Home learning: Week beginning January 25th
 
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are looking at the story Poles Apart. I have also uploaded some resources that may help you, everything else should be in your paper pack. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
Home learning: Week beginning January 18th
 
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are looking at the story Poles Apart. I have also uploaded some resources that may help you, everything else should be in your paper pack. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
10 Minute Maths
 
Below are some 10 minute maths activities that you may find useful. Don't feel you have to print the sheet out. You can read the questions off the screen with a grown up and write in your exercise books. 
Home learning: Week beginning January 11th
 
Below is a learning grid for this week. We are still looking at the story Lost and Found. I have also uploaded some worksheets that may help you. Please send me a message if I can help in any way. 
We are going to begin our Home Learning by looking at the book 'Lost and found' by Oliver Jeffers. You should have a printout of the book inside your pack. Please read this story with your grown up. 
Home learning: Week beginning January 6th
 
Below is a home learning grid for this week. Hopefully all the resources you need are there too. If you need any help, please shout and send me a message on the VLE (eschools).
Term 1 and 2 Topic
 
Our topic for the first two terms is going to be 'What a wonderful world'. We are going to be focusing on Australia and then moving on to the Arctic and Antarctic. Check back soon to find out what we have been learning about. 
We enjoy using lots of different objects to help us with our maths work. 
We enjoyed learning lots of facts about Koalas and produced some super pieces of writing. Mrs Smyth showed us some pictures of when she met some Koalas when she was in Australia last year. They look very cute but Mrs Smyth says they are quite smelly!
We had some icy visitors who came to visit us today. We loved playing with the animals in the ice. It did get a bit chilly after a while!