Summer Learning (please click on the first image to download)
W/C 6th July Whole School Project
10th July 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Friday once again. Please use the time today to complete the activities in the Classroom Secrets booklet. There is also the 'family challenge' on White Rose if you wish to do it together. The link is below. I have also assigned reading on Purple Mash if you would like to do this. You might like to have a go at the nature mobile that is on our whole school project page. Hope this all ok. Have lovely weekends! Mrs R.
9th July 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope the rain isn’t getting you down! We are having lots of ‘wet plays’ at school too and they are not much fun!!! In Maths today the Year 1s will continue their work in quarters and the Year 2s will be working on ‘quarter past’ and ‘quarter to’. I have set the next chapter of the book we are reading on Purple Mash if you want to read it. In school today, following on from our favourite animal earlier in the week, we will be inventing an animal. We will be drawing it and adding information about it. For example, what this invented animal is called, what it likes to eat, where it lives and if it is nocturnal or not. Let your imaginations go wild!!!! Hope you have fun with this task and please send any pictures to Ms Robey for our topic page. Hope this is al ok. Mrs R.
8th July 2020 Children at Home
Hello everyone. Hope you are all feeling great today. In Maths the Year 1s will be working on quarters and then Year 2s will be revising o’clock and half past. They will find this very easy! The link is below. I have also set both reading and spellings on Purple Mash for you all today. Hope that is all ok. Fingers crossed we have better weather today! Mrs R.
Maths Year 2 lesson 3
7th July 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you are all fine today. You can complete your research on your favourite animal today. Please share them with us as the children in school love seeing photos of you and what you have been up to. We miss you all so much! In Maths Year 1s will be working on halves of amounts and Year 2s on temperature reading. The links are below. I have also assigned reading on Purple Mash. You may wish to have a go at making an animal footprint trap (on this week's home learning) as that is what we will be doing in school this afternoon. Hope this is all ok. Mrs R.
6th July 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. I hope you have all had a great weekend. The Maths link is below. Year 1s will be finding a half and Year 2s will be learning about litres. For English I would like you to have a go at writing about your favourite animal/s. This is one of the activities on the KS 1 page of our website. Can you do some research about them? Where do they live? What do they eat? What fascinating facts can you find out about them? You could make this onto a leaflet or poster. You have two days for this task if you wish to complete it. I have assigned the reading on Purple Mash. Hope this works smoothly as last week there were a number of glitches. Fingers crossed! Mrs R.
W/C 29th June Whole School Project
3rd July Children at Home
Hi everyone. Friday has come round rather quickly. Today use some time to complete some of the activities in your Classroom Secrets booklet. Also you can practise times tables and number bonds either on Purple Mash (bond bubbles) or Topmarks (link below). There is the Home Learning family challenge to do too with the link below. Hope you all have lovely weekends. Mrs R.
Maths family challenge
2nd July Children at Home
Hello everyone. Hope we are all ok today. For Maths Year 1s will be counting coins and Year 2s will be learning about millilitres. The link is below. Today you could use the time to complete one of the activities linked to 'The Highway Rat' outlined yesterday. The link is below. Also, in school today we are going to be using viewfinders to look carefully at things from nature. It would be great of you could make a viewfinder out of card and have your own drawing session. Please let Ms Robey have any pictures of what you have been doing. Many thanks. Mrs R.
1st July Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope everyone is fine today. I have set the reading on Purple Mash. It was playing up a little yesterday so hope it works today. I have also set spellings to practise there too. The Maths is via the link below. Year 2s will be recognising notes and Year 2s will be comparing volume. There are also some fabulous stories to read on 'Schoolreaders Storytime' and these are definitely worth have a look at. 'The Highway Rat' is a great story and then you can have a go at making a 'Wanted' Poster or a map if you want to. Links are below. Hope you have fun with these! Hope that is all ok. Mrs R.
'Wanted' poster and map. https://6424d710-4a5f-48b4-b24a-1f3bec363544.filesusr.com/ugd/ff2d24_9bdd157a59b949929467a1529d0ca395.pdf
30th June Children at Home
Hello! Hope everyone is feeling well! Today I would like you to finish off your writing of instructions started yesterday. I have also set the next chapter of the book. Maths is accessed via the link below. Year 1s will be recognising coins and Year 2s measuring mass in kilograms. Hope that is all ok. Mrs R.
29th June Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you have had a really enjoyable weekend. This week we are going to be writing instructions. At home, you can decide to write a set of instructions for whatever you like! In school, we are writing instructions for how you can make a cardboard insect with moving parts. At home, you might write instruction for making a model, or making a sandwich, or a friendship bracelet, or making an ice cream...the list is endless! I have attached some examples to help. Remember to make your instructions clear by using numbers. Also remember to use the imperative. That means you will say 'Put the ice cream in', rather than 'You put the ice cream in'. This will be the writing task for the the next two days, so you have time to make the 'thing' before you write about it. I have assigned reading on Purple Mash if you choose to use it. Maths is via the link below. Year 1s are working on ordering numbers and Year 2s measuring mass in grams. Hope this is all clear.
Remember you have your Classroom Secrets booklets as well and all the lovely topic ideas for this week on our website. I look forward to seeing some rubbings! Mrs R.
W/C 22nd June Whole School Project
26th June 2020
Hi everyone. Friday once again. I have allocated the next chapter of the book we are reading. You could also finish your Summer poem. In class we have used the line 'Summer is' for each line of our poem. We have selected our very best adjectives to add. I suggest writing 3 lines, carefully selecting from the ideas you collected yesterday. You may wish to write your poem up very neatly and then add illustrations which go along with the Summer theme. Today, take the time to complete some of the maths activities in the Classroom Secrets booklet. You can also practise times tables and number bonds on the Topmarks website. As ever, there is the family maths challenge accessed by the link below. Hope this is all ok. Mrs R.
Summer poem example.
Summer is cool, refreshing paddling pools.
Summer is hot, dusty beaches.
Summer is yummy, freezing ice creams.
25th June Children at Home
Hello everyone. Another hot day ahead! I have set the next chapter of our book to read. In school yesterday we began to collect ideas in preparation of writing some Summer poems. First of all, we went on a 'Summer hunt' around school, looking for signs of Summer. For example, we noticed open windows, butterflies, flowers in bloom. Then we brainstormed other things that we associated with Summer, such as the seaside, beaches, ice-creams....Today we are going to match summer things to interesting adjectives. For example- hot, boiling sun, rainbow coloured flowers, and furry, fluttering bees etc.. Can you match an adjective to something that tells is it is summer? Tomorrow we will be taking our best descriptions to make into a poem. Maths link is below. Year 1s will be comparing numbers and using 'greater than' and 'less than' and Year 2s will be comparing mass. Hope this is all ok. Mrs R.
24th June Children at Home
HI everyone. Middle of the week! I have set the next chapter for the book on Purple Mash and the comprehension quiz that goes with it. The Year 2 book is quite challenging, but accessible with careful reading. Take your time so that you get the best score you can! There is no other English task today, so you can take your time and read the chapter thoroughly. The Maths link is below. Year 1s will be comparing numbers and Year 2s will be using number skills with length.
This afternoon you might want to have a go at creating a nest. The children in school did this yesterday and had a magnificent ideas. Some made nests for birds and others for mice and squirrels. Some children also thought about how the nest could be hidden so that predators could not get in. Why not make one too and send your photo to Ms Robey? Many thanks. Mrs R.
23rd June Children at Home
Hi everyone. Looks like it is going to be a very hot week! I have set the next chapter of the book we are reading on Purple Mash. Following the link below on BBC Bitesize, can you complete activity 2 for writing? How do you stay healthy? Can you punctuate correctly, spell words correctly and use joining words (conjunctions) in your work? Maths link is below. Year 1s will be working on lesson 2 and partitioning numbers and Year 2s will be completing lesson 2 on comparing lengths.
You may also want to use the lovely weather to go out and complete one of the topic ideas on this week's sheet. Yesterday we made our natural 'crowns'. They were absolutely delightful! Hope this is all ok. Mrs R.
Maths Year 2 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
22nd June Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you have all had an enjoyable weekend. I have set the next chapter of the 'School Swap' story for you to read. I have also assigned spellings on Purple Mash. Writing today and tomorrow is about finding mistakes in writing and then remembering to apply rules learnt in your own writing. Follow the Bitesize link and complete activity 1 and then activity 2 tomorrow. The maths link is below. Year 1s will be working with numbers up to 100 and Year 2s will be measuring in centimetres. Hope this is all ok. Remember you also have the activities on the topic sheet on the website. Mrs R.
Maths Year 1 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
15th June 2020
19th June 2020 Children at Home
HI everyone. Friday at last! Wasn't yesterday a miserable day! We were stuck in all day at school and think it will have been the same at home too! Today I would like you to spend some time working on the Classroom Secrets booklet you have. I have also assigned the last part of the book you are reading and the comprehension questions. Maths link to the challenge is below. Remember this is a whole family challenge so see how you go. Hope you all have a good weekend and we have better weather! Mrs R.
Family challenge https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
18th June 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you are all feeling good. The Maths is via the link below. Year 1 are working on making equal group by grouping and year 2 will be working on making patterns with 2D and 3D shapes. Today I would like you to adding an adjective to the mini beast alphabet work. For example : A -amazing ant, B- beautiful bee etc.. The reading has been assigned on Purple Mash. Don’t forget to send your topics photos to Ms Robey today, so that we can share them in school on Friday. Hope this is all ok. Many thanks. Mrs R.
17th June 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you are enjoying the books on Purple Mash. I have set Chapter 3 for today and the quiz that goes with it. Maths is lesson 3 via the link below. Year 1s will be sharing into equal groups and Year 2s will be sorting 2D and 3D shapes. In school today we will be trying to find a mini beast for each of the letters of the alphabet. For example : A-ant, B- beetle etc.. How many of the 26 letters of the alphabet can you match to a mini beast? It is harder than it seems! Make sure you know all the letters of the alphabet and can say the letter name as well as the sound. You can always google the 'Lego ABC song' if you need a reminder or simply want to sing! Hope that is all ok. Remember, do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
16th June 2020 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope everyone is ok today. Yesterday we went on a bug hunt in school and found worms, spiders, ants, slugs...the list is endless! Whilst it is very hot, this might be an activity you would like to complete and send photos of it to school as part of the whole school topic. The Maths work is on the link below. Year 1s will be working on doubles and Year 2s the properties of 3D shapes. For English you will be continuing your description of the hat you designed yesterday after watching 'Cake'. Hope this is all ok. Remember, do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
Huge apologies everyone! I forgot to add the reading activities for today. They are now allocated on Purple Mash. Thanks. Mrs R.
15th June 2020 Children at Home
Good morning everyone! I hope you have all had a great weekend. I have had some photos of some wonderful spinners you made on Friday. Thank you for sharing these with us. There is a lot of work shared on the school website too. The children in school on Friday were delighted to see what you have all been doing at home. Thank you so much for these.
I have assigned spelling work on Purple Mash. I have also set a reading book to read. I have assigned the Key Stage 2 book for this week the Year 2s on Purple Mash. Some children may need a little help with this. Let me know how this is going, please. For writing today and tomorrow please watch the video of Paul Linnet reading 'Cake'. Please can you draw Cake, then design a hat for him to wear and write a short description of it? Make it the wildest hat that you can! Please send a photo of it to Ms Robey.
In Maths Year 1s will be using arrays to support counting in equal groups. They will be using counting in 2s, 5s and 10s. Year 2s will be learning about 2D shapes. You also have the Classroom Secrets booklet to use whenever you would like to. Hope this is all ok. Remember do what you can and don't worry! Mrs R.
8th June 2020
Whole School Project.
12th June KS1 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Happy Friday! I have assigned the last 3 chapters of Little Red to read so that we have completed the book this week. Next week I will give you the choice of a Key stage 1 book or a Key stage 2 book. Today's Maths is the family challenge. Please use any extra time that you might have today to do some of the activities in the Classroom Secrets booklet you have. This afternoon in school we are going to make some spinners. You may want to make one too and send a photo to Ms Robey of it. The link is below. Hope this is all ok. Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
11th June KS1 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you enjoyed the first chapter of 'Little Red'. I have assigned the next chapter to read today. You have two activities to do about this chapter. The Maths link is below. Year 1s will be adding equal groups and Year 2s will be finding a quarter. Try and also keep practising those number bonds and times tables, either on Purple Mash or Top Marks. I have also sent the positive emotions work. It was very interesting how you chose different emotions to match the same faces.
Finally, remember today is the say to submit your work to Ms Robey. Many thanks. Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
10th June KS1 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Today I would like you to explore some of the feelings you might be having about not being able to be at school. I have assigned a task on Purple Mash about emotions. Some of the adjectives used are quite tricky but would be useful to know and to include in your writing in future. Tomorrow you will have the chance to look at positive emotions!
I have had some of the e-books recommended on Purple Mash so I have assigned the start of a book for you to read and answer questions on. The story is called 'Little Red'. Hope you enjoy it!
Maths is below. I have heard some great things about the Maths work you are doing at home. Please keep up the hard work!
Remember Thursday is the day to send your photos of your work to Ms Robey. In school we have made some amazing wild art which you will be able to see.
Hope that is all ok. Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
9th June KS1 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you are all ok. English writing is your 'angry sea' writing set yesterday. Today's Maths is below. Year 2s will be looking at non unit fractions. Year 1s will be counting in 5s. Why not also try creating your wild art as suggested on the whole school topic page of the website. Hope this is all ok. Mrs R.
8th June 2020 KS1 Children at Home
Hi everyone. Hope you have had a great weekend! Please have a look on the Key Stage 1 Home learning page of the website for the new topic this week. Remember to submit any work to Ms Robey by Thursday please.
I have allocated spelling work on Purple Mash.
The link is below for today's Maths. Year 1s will be counting in 2s and Year 2s will be recapping fractions.
The Year 1s will be recapping the wh and ph sounds today. You can play this Dragon game on Phonics play to sort the words into real or fake.
and select wh and play the game. Then select ph and play the game.
June 8th is World Ocean Day. Can you write about the sounds and sights of an angry sea? This has been allocated on Purple Mash and will be the writing task for today and tomorrow.
You can also use the Classroom Secrets booklet at any time this week if you would like to.
Remember do what you can and don't worry! Many thanks. Mrs R.
1st June 2020
Whole School Project
Here are some extra online resources that are currently free to sign up to:
- https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/ - This is the reading scheme we predominantly use in school (Oxford Reading Tree). You can sign up for free and have access to some of the books we would have in school as an eBook! It isn’t all of the books unfortunately, as you would need a subscription but ORT have said that while schools are closed to some children, they are making more eBooks available. You just have to filter the collection by looking at the ‘Levels’ filter and selecting ‘Book Bands’ – it will drop down a menu with all of the book band colours we have in school. Find you child’s band colour and browse the eBooks they have available. There are also other eBooks available on there from ORT – filtered by age. Please be aware though - you do have to purchase some of the wider collection – just use the free selection if you wish.
- https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/ - This is a kids version of a teacher resource site. They have interactive games and activities for SPaG, Reading and Maths – all for free while they are testing their new site as a BETA. Please feel free to sign up while it is available for free. On here, you need to find your child’s year group at the top. The drop down menus allow you to search for games within their year group to support learning you have done at home. The reading area is interesting – they have created reading comprehension activities for texts pitched at their year group – these may be worth giving a try to support reading at home too.
I am trying to source reading resources in particular, as we cannot allow reading books to be shared/swapped within school, according to government guidance. I do hope that these websites offer some support and ideas to help reading at home while we are away from school. Again, all of this is completely optional. I am simply providing as many resources as I can find that are of good quality to support those families who wish to use them.
5th June 2020 (Children at Home)
Hi everyone. Hope everyone is ok. Please see the Maths link below. Today I would like you to watch the videos about habitats-the link is below. Please choose one of these habitats and complete the worksheet or record the information about that habitat in a similar way. You could choose one animal and show how it is suited to the habitat it lives in. Hope this is ok. Remember do your best and don't worry. Mrs R.
4th June 2020 (Children at Home)
Hi everyone. Hope you are all ok. For English today I would like you to have a go at writing a review of a book you have read. I will share your review with the children in school and we will decide if we would like to read it too! This has been set on Purple Mash. The maths link for work set is below. Please also keep up the number bond practice and times tables work.
Year 1. Lesson 4.
Year 2 . Lesson 4
Please make sure you have shared your work about Hedgehogs today with Ms Robey as we will sharing work on Friday.
Next week we are offering to print off the home learning work. You will have received a message this week about this from Ms Robey. We can also print off packs of 'week long' work if you would like those. Please let Ms Robey know by end of Friday if you would like these.
Remember do what you can and don't worry. Many thanks. Mrs R.
3rd June 2020 (Children at Home)
Hi everyone. Hope you are all ok. Please find the Maths links below for lesson 3. In class we have written about where foxes and badgers live, what they eat and what special features they have. For example, badgers have sharp claws to dig with. Please would you write about what hedgehogs like to eat, where they live and what they are like that helps them to live as hedgehogs. Please email your work to Ms Robey so that she can share your work with the rest of the class. We have also made collages of a cross sections of badger setts and fox dens. Could you do the same to show where hedgehogs live? We used lots of materials such as tissue paper, felt and corrugated card, but also used grass, leaves and twigs to make them.
Hope this is all ok. Remember please do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
2nd June 2020 (Children at Home)
Morning everyone. Hope you are all well. Yesterday the Y1s made a start on their work about Badgers and Foxes. Have you started to have a think about your Hedgehog project? It would be great if you could send some pictures of your project later on this week and we can share what we have been doing with you too! We have been finding out where these animals live, what they eat and when they come out. I have set spelling work on Purple Mash and the maths for today is below. Any problems please let me know. Remember do what you can and don't worry! Mrs R.
1st June 2020 (Children at Home)
Hi everyone. Here is the Maths work for the Year 2s and Year 1s who are still at home. Project work is outlined on letter sent out to parents. This week you need to find out all about hedgehogs! I have also set spelling work on Purple Mash. Any problems please let me know. Mrs R.
Friday 22nd May
Morning everyone. Hope everyone is well. Yesterday I could not check any work on Purple Mash as it wouldn't allow me to open submitted work. It seems to be ok this morning. Fingers crossed! Spellings have been set on Purple Mash for both year groups. Maths activities below.
We have a birthday in our class next week. I have assigned a 2Do and you could make a picture for this child. Think about what greeting you would like to send. You may even want to think of a short rhyme for the card...I will them display them on the May board.
As ever, do what you can and don't worry. I hope that I will be seeing some of you a week on Monday! I have everything crossed! Mrs R.
Thursday 22nd May
Hello Class 2! Hope you are all well and enjoyed the sunshine yesterday. I have set spelling work on Purple Mash for both year groups. I have also set a fun task which involves creating an African pattern. The writing task for today and tomorrow is to write about what you want to do when you grow up and why you want to do it. This has been assigned on Purple Mash but it is also good to do on paper.
For Maths please follow the link below. Also keep those number bonds and times tables ticking over ... if you can.
Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
Please also see here for a wonderful story written by our science teacher Miss Langford.
Wednesday 20th May
Hi Class 2. Today is going to be a very hot day. Can you write a list of things you could do today? It may be a real list or a made up list or a combination. Here is my example:
- Today I could go to Splash Landings and play in the water and enjoy the outdoor part in the beautiful sunshine.
- I might play in the garden and slide quickly into my paddling pool.
- It would be a great day to have a delicious picnic.
- I might make a HUGE ice cream sundae with three flavours of ice cream, sprinkles on top and a long squirt of strawberry sauce!
- I could go to the boiling beach, play in the hot sand and splash around excitedly in the cool sea.
Make sure each idea on your list starts with a capital letter and that you include adjectives and adverbs. Year 2s notice I have included a list of items in 4 and 5. Can you add a list of three things and include the correct punctuation? It would be great to do this list on paper so you can practise your handwriting. Remember all lower case letters start on the line! If you like you can send a picture of your work to Ms Robey to send to me.
Fingers crossed that there is something on your list that you can do today!
Maths is attached below.
There is no spelling work today. Instead please would you draw, paint or colour a sunny summer picture. It might be a picture of some of things you included on your list.
As ever, do what you can and don't worry! Mrs R.
Tuesday 19th May
Morning class 2. Hope you are feeling good today. I have set a writing activity on Purple Mash. It is writing ingredients and instructions for making a witch's potion! I am looking for really gruesome ingredients and what your spell is is for. There is an example set of instructions and also a sheet to write on. You can do this online if you wish or writing on paper is fine too. English spelling is assigned on Purple Mash too. The link for today's Maths is below. Remember to keep practising those number bonds and times tables- please if you can.
Many thanks for all your help. Remember do what you can but don't worry! Mrs R.
Monday 18th May
Morning everyone! Happy Monday! The Maths is set as usual on White Rose. I had some super photos of the toy race set last week. Thank you for all your help with this! Some children in year 2 had had a go at the family challenge-thank you again for helping with this. Keep practising those numbers bonds too. These are on Purple Mash and/or on 'Hit the Button' on the Topmarks website. These are really useful things to keep practising until we go back to school. For the Year 2s, the maths activity on White Rose today is quite easy so please practise times tables. If you are finding the 2, 3, 5 and 10 times tables too easy, then work on the 4 and 6 times tables.
Year 1s we are moving onto spellings on Purple Mash. Remember you can choose yourself to have more work on phonics on Purple Mash. Phase 5 would be good to go over again. Year 2s also have spelling work set on Purple Mash.
If you are looking for something more creative why not try a lockdown poem? This is an example of one posted on the Purple Mash Twitter account. It could be a whole family effort!
Remember there are also lots of practical ideas on the topic bit of the school website.
Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
Friday 15th May
Hi everyone. The end of another week. Thank you for all the lovely things you have sent to share with me this week. I have had some fantastic work sent in response to the video 'Catch It'. Today the children can finish off their storyboards and illustrations and have a go at some of the other practical activities suggested. The children could make a cover for their story. Don't forget to include the title, the author, and the illustrator. Perhaps you could also make a back cover with a blurb?
Remember there are lots of practical tasks to try on the topic sheet that is on the website.
Year 2s have Friday's Maths challenge on the link below. You can also play 'Hit the button' on the Topmarks website. If you are finding the 3 times tables too easy, then have a go next at the 4 times table and 6 times table. Think about how they link to the 2 times table and 3 times table...
Year 1s I would like you to do something different for Maths today. Here are the instructions:
Choose 10 of your cuddly toys that you would like to see in race. Decide which toy would win the race, then who would come next and so on until 10th place. Make your cuddly toys some rosettes (or badges) to show which position they came in. These are the rosettes/badges that you will need to put on the toys: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc up to 10th place. Sellotape them on your toys and send me a photo of you and the racers with their badges on. That's it! Hope you enjoy this task! You may have a brother or sister who might enjoy this activity with you so hope you have fun trying it out!
Have lovely weekends. Remember do what you can and don't worry. Mrs R.
Challenge 5 Filip has these five digit cards. He uses all of the cards to make a three-digit number and a two-digit number. He multiplies the two numbers together and the answer is 15,741
Questions 1, 2 and 3 are most suitable for Year 2s and they may need a bit of help here too, particularly with number 3.
Thursday 14th May
Morning class 2! Hope you are feeling good today. I have attached the Maths lesson for today. Also have another go on' Hit the button' if you get chance.
There is something a little different today for you try. There is a short video for you to watch. It is called 'Catch It'. It is lovely and you will all enjoy it! I liked it as it made me think of all our lovely work on Africa. After you have watched it, can you make a storyboard of 6 pictures that make up the story? Year 1s can write a sentence (or more!) to go with each picture and Year 2s write your own version of this story. Year 2s try to add lots of detail to your writing. You could do this on paper or on Purple Mash. This will be the activity for today and tomorrow so you lots of time to do it. The link to the video is below. There are also some great fun and practical activities that go with the video. You could have a go at some of these. You can access the clip form the website link and watch it on You Tube and then then the activity pack is downloadable ('KS 1 activity pack')
Hope this is all ok. Please send any photos of what you have done to Ms Robey. I love seeing what you are all doing!
Do what you can and don't worry! Mrs R.
'Catch It' link:
Wednesday 13th May
Morning all! Hope we are all feeling good today. I have set the Maths work as usual and the Bitesize activity. I have also assigned phonic work to the Year 1s and spelling work to the Year 2s.
As today is national Numeracy Day, I would like the children to play some games. 'Hit the button' on the Topmarks website is great for practising number bonds and times tables. Year 1s can work on bonds to 10 and 20 and Year 2s can select times tables to practise. I have added the link to the Topmarks website below.
If you have not got internet access then board games, dominoes or card games are great Maths practice too.On the Maths page of the school website there is a section about the games that you could play. See the link below.
A lot of children have been busy making bug hotels. I have had some lovely photos sent to me about how you have made them. Try the 'living and not living' quiz on the Purple Mash website. This has been allocated as a 2Do.
Remember to do what you can and don't worry! Many thanks. Stay safe. Mrs R.
Tuesday 12th May
Morning! Hope everyone is feeling good. There are some lovely messages being sent for other children on our 'shout out' board so please have a look! I have allocated phonic work for Year 1s on Purple Mash and spelling for Year 2s. The Florence Nightingale activity is also on Purple Mash. Some children have made a really good start on this. It is great to see them putting themselves in Florence Nightingale's shoes. If you prefer to do work on paper that is fine too! Ms Robey sends pictures of the children's work to me. The link for today's maths is below and the activity is on the link to Bitesize. Do what you can and don't worry. Hope that is all ok. Mrs R.
Monday 11th May
Hi everyone. Hope you enjoyed the weekend and the VE Day celebrations. Thank you to everyone who sent a message to our 'shout out' board. It was lovely to hear from you!
I have set phonics for Year 1 on Purple Mash. Year 2 have a spelling activity set. The Maths lesson link is below and the worksheets for this lesson are on the Bitesize website which link from the activity.
There are a range of activities on Purple Mash to do with Florence Nightingale as it is the anniversary of her birth tomorrow. You could try the interview activity. As this may be a longer task this will be the work for today and tomorrow.
Remember do what you can and don't worry. Many thanks. Mrs R.
Florence Nightingale link (already set as a 2Do)
Thursday 7th May
Hi everyone. Hope everyone is feeling ok. I am getting lots of work on Purple Mash so thank you very much for that. I am also getting some lovely messages. I think we are all missing school and each other a lot now. Because of this, I have created a 'shout out' board for our class on Purple Mash. You can send pictures and messages to the children in the class for us all to share. You can update everyone with what you have been doing. This is the writing task for today. I have set this as a 2Do.
I have attached today's Maths lesson as well. Also keep on practising adding within 20.
Remember do what you can and don't worry about what you can't. There will be no work set tomorrow as it is VE Day. Take care and stay safe. Mrs R.
Wednesday 6th May
HI everyone. Hope all is ok with everyone. I have set today's Maths lessons and link is attached. Also remember to keep practising those numbers bonds to 10 and to 20. Friday is VE Day and normally in school we would be building up to this. Please have a conversation about why this is an important date. I have provided a link to make some VE day bunting. You can just cut out paper and do this if you want to and then put it up ready for Friday. I have also set a 2Do of the Union flag if you wish to do it. Hope that is all ok. Remember do what you can and don't worry. Any problems please message Ms Robey. Many thanks. Mrs R.
Tuesday 5th May
Hi everyone. Hope you are all is ok. Please remember to have another go at adding within 10 and 20. You can do this on Purple Mash or I have added some worksheets at the bottom of this message-as some people have asked for these. Do what you can- I appreciate it is very hard at the moment. I have also put a link to today's Maths lessons below.
I have set some phonic work for the Year 1 and grammar work for Year 2 on Purple Mash.
Any problems with anything please let Ms Robey know. Keep up all your hard work and keep smiling! Mrs R.
Friday Funday 1st May 2020
We're looking for students to design a banner which thanks and shows support to the NHS and key workers, for their dedication and hard work during this pandemic.
We'll pick 5 winners, who will have their artwork recreated by our talented designers and printed on to a big 3x1m banner for you to proudly attach to your school gates!
To enter, your students simply need to take a photograph of their completed worksheet and email it to email@example.com alongside their full name, age and details of their school.
DOWNLOAD WORKSHEET HERE
The closing date is Friday 8th May at 5pm! Winners will be announced on Monday 11th May!
For more information, please visit our website www.fsedesign.co.uk
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Play this game with a partner. You will need a coloured pencil each and two dice. Take turns to roll the dice and use the scores to make a 2 digit number. You can decide which order to use the digits, e.g. if you throw a 2 and a 5 you can choose 25 or 52. What number do you need to add to make 100? Colour this number on the 100 square. If this number is already coloured, miss a go. Who has the most coloured squares at the end?