Tigers - Year 1
5...4...3...2...1... blast off!
Hello Tigers, welcome back to the last week of home learning in Year One. We hope you had lots of fun learning all about the British astronaut Tim Peake. We really enjoyed watching the Youtube clips about him in space, particularly the part when he made bubbles using the water!
This week for the Marking and Feedback Task I would like you to email in your Phonics work from Thursday’s lesson by 4.00pm on Friday 17th July.
Have a fantastic week, keep working hard and keep smiling! I hope you have lots of fun too in the Summer holidays before moving to Year Two in September.
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- Current home learning
- Fantastic resources
- PE corner
- Reflection Area
- Tiger picture board
- Home learning videos
- Miss Wilkinson's pictures
- Phonics session video
- Phonics revision videos
- Story messages
- Previous home learning information
- Easter activities
- Year 1 expectations
Thinking of you all - Miss Wilkinson :)
W/C: 13/7/20 Year One Home Learning
Phonics lesson - 8.7.2020
In school we have been thinking about space, these are our thoughts from school. Please send in your questions about space if you would like us to share them with the children in school.
Phonics play – https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/ try to complete 15minutes of phonics each day
BBC Bitesize Daily - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
The 20 minute lessons can be found on the Red Button or on BBC iPlayer.
There is a new lesson everyday, Monday - Friday.
The fun and interactive lessons cover Maths, English and other subjects too.
Oak National Academy - https://www.thenational.academy/ remember the Oak National Academy website publishes 3 lessons a day, an English, Maths and topic activity for you to have a go at
Numbots - https://manage.numbots.com/ keep practising your number bonds, addition and subtraction
Teach your monster to read - https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/ remember to log on to teach your monster to practise reading and phonics
PE with Joe Wicks - https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1 help to keep your body and mind healthy be carrying out some exercise each day
Barefoot computing - https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning?mc_cid=b8b438bf50&mc_eid=b61a0c9b4d There are lots of interactive activities to help develop your computing skills in an enjoyable and accessible way
Stories - Don't forget you can also listen to some stories via these links:
Here is a wonderful free book to share with your children illustrated by the talented Axel Scheffler who works closely with Julia Donaldson explaining Covid19:
Home learning in June
Welcome to our reflection area.
This week we would like you to think about the Bible story 'The Lost Coin'. Have a look at the PowerPoint below or read the story from the Bible. Can you retell the story using just the pictures to a parent or sibling?
Have a go at drawing a picture from the story and writing a sentence underneath explaining what the story teaches us about working.
Powerpoint on 'The Lost Coin'
Online Safety Activities
Mrs Bigley has worked very hard to put together some PE challenges and activities that you can do to keep fit! There will be a new sporting challenge each week for you to try. You can let me or Mrs Bigley know how you got on with this using the following emails, or send in a photo/video completing the challenges. There are also some quizzes attached for you to have a go at by yourself or with your family.
Mrs Bigley has signed St Margaret's up to take part in this amazing Olympic Games challenge.
Check out this website to see how you can take part, keep active, and earn points for our team. I have started logging my activities, let's see how many points we can get as a class!
You'll need our school postcode: IP4 2BT
Remember Joe Wicks doe PE sessions every morning at 9am!
Year 1 Photo Board
We would love to see what you are up to each week so we are creating a Year 1 photo board.
- You can send in one photo each week for us to display on this web page.
- The photo should show what you have been up to with your Home Learning.
- If you are in the photo, make sure it doesn't show your name.
- If you are not in the photo, just put your first name.
- All photos should be landscape.
- New photos will be uploaded throughout the week.
Send your photo to:
You must make sure you have your parents' permission to send in any photos.