Monday 16th November 2020
I hope you are all keeping well and doing ok during this current lock down. Please find below some lessons we will be covering this week. If you are isolating and feel well enough then please try and complete as much as you can in the time you are off school. If you need a pack printing then please let me know on my school email (email@example.com) or the usual school email. Some of these things do not require a printer though.
In KS1 we are learning about sentence structure and especially capital letters. Please practice writing the capital and lower case letters of the alphabet - here are a few activity sheets you could use - or you could do this on paper at home - the main aim at the end of the week is to write sentences with capital letters in the correct places for names and places as well as at the start of a sentence. I can match the capital and lower case letters - MONDAY / capital and lower case PowerPoint for Wednesday / I can recognise and write capital and lower case letters - Wednesday / Capital-Letters into sentences - Thursday
In EYFS we are looking at the story of Handa's Surprise - listen to the story here - Handa's Surprise
- Talk about what happens in the story.
Year 2 - This week in school the Year 2 children have assessments to complete in maths - if you are not in, please could you practice addition and subtraction using these oak academy videos (make 10 / adding 2 digit numbers and ones / adding 2 digit numbers and regrouping / subtracting ones / subtracting a 2 digit number and ones and also practice your 2, 5 and 10 times table. spotting patterns in the 2, 5 and 10 times table
Year 1 - This week we are looking at positioning and also moving onto numbers to 20 - Year 1 maths no problem
EYFS - watch the numberblocks number 6 - number 6
Show numeral cards 1-6, without saying the numbers aloud. Can you show the correct number of spots on a dice to correspond to each numeral? Play counting number games or board games that have dice for counting spaces to jump up to 6. Practice 1 more then each number up to 6 and 1 less than each number to 6.
Monday 5th October 2020
Hi everyone, and welcome back to those who returned to school today. What a busy day we have had. Please find information on lessons for home for this week below:
Many of the things on here do not need a worksheet as they are based online and you will just need pencil and paper but If you need a physical print off of the worksheets below please don't hesitate to contact the school. Thank you.
Here are some video lessons linked to the sounds we are learning this week for each year group....
Don't forget to practice your spellings too - Year 1 spellings
Don't forget to practice your spellings too - Year 2 spellings
English - Please listen to the story of Man on the Moon by Simon Bartram - The link is found on last weeks lessons... Once you have listened to the story our first job is to create a story map showing what Bob does each day. Then we are writing sentences to go with each picture to write the beginning of the story, the middle of the story and finally the end of the story. You will get the sheet for these in your home pack we will send you on Tuesday. You will also find the links to them here if you want to print them yourselves....
Foundation children, why don't you have a try telling your grown up the story of man on the moon. Talk about your favourite bits of the story and whether you like the story or not! Have a think about what Bob might have in his pack up and what he will need to take with him to the moon to help him with his job?! Can you draw pictures of the story?
Maths - Please find links here to the maths Year 1 and Year 2 will be doing this week - I have found the matching Oak Academy video that will explain the methods to your children and an appropriate worksheet activity for them to do. (Also in your packs).
For foundation children we are looking at the Numberblocks episodes 1, 2, 3 and 4. We would be doing lots of counting whilst playing and also having a go writing those numbers. See if you can do it too!
In science we are looking at describing different properties of materials. Have a look around your home for plastic, wood, metal, glass, paper and fabric, can you describe how these feel - can you Year 1 and Year 2 complete the activity sheet too.
In History we are learning more about Neil Armstrong. Have a go completing the activity sheet to show how you would feel if you had gone into space and landed on the moon! Imagine you are Neil Armstrong and watch the video of the moon landing on youtube to help with this - I have a feeling he would be feeling very excited!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwZb2mqId0A
Wednesday 30th September (and Thursday and Friday!)
Hi everyone, I hope you are all ok. Have a look at the following lessons for you to complete while we are not at school over today, tomorrow and Friday. The majority of these lessons are online lessons for you to watch and take part in. Some do have a worksheet to download. Do not panic if you cannot download and print these though. Just have a go at the activity on paper instead.
Year 2 u_e - Wednesday
We have been looking at pictures of a character from a great story. EYFS children have had the story read to them already but Year 1 and 2 children have been trying to figure out what the character does and has asked several questions to him to find out. Do you remember I said I would email the man to ask him your questions? I have had a reply! He has sent us a book all about his life and work - listen to it here .... Bob - Man on the Moon - by Simon Bartram
Over the next 3 days can you listen to the story and Year 1 and 2 children your job is to create a character profile. Could you draw a picture of Bob. Underneath his picture can you write sentences to tell me about Bob and what his job is and what he does each day. Use the video book to help you with this. Remember to say your sentences out loud before writing them and use your phonics to sound out the words.
Year 2 - could you look on the website linked here and find out a little bit more about Neil Armstrong! See if you can write down 3 or 4 facts you can tell us when we are back in school! Things like when he was born. when he went on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon and what did he say when he first stepped foot on the moon! https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/science/space/neil-armstrong-facts/
Monday 21st September
Welcome to week 3 of the new school year! Please find here some things you can be doing if you are learning from home due to self-isolating:
Year 2 phonics: We are looking at the 'e' family of sounds this week. Please find the links to some lessons that you can do at home each day....
Year 1 phonics: We are learning about the digraphs sh, ch, th and ng. Please find links to lessons you can do at home each day....
EYFS phonics - We are playing lots of sound games and listening games with the children at the moment so take a look at this game...
In English we are all looking at the book 'Here We Are' by Oliver Jeffers. Listen to the story on the link below. In class with the children EYFS will be talking about the animals they can see on the page and talking about them, naming them and describing them by size, colour, pattern. In Year 1 and 2 the children will be writing about one of the pages in the book and what they see. They will also be making notes to leave for other people on Earth to tell them about what we need to do to keep the planet and its inhabitant healthy and safe. The book focuses on kindness and caring towards others. Here We Are
In Maths EYFS are doing lots of counting whilst playing and playing with numbers, comparing and naming. Year 1 children are looing at numbers to 10. They are learning to use a part whole model in maths. part whole model
Year 2 children in maths are looking at place value to 100. Can you recognise the place value of the numbers to 100? Choose a 2 digit number and write it down. Using the part whole model can you split the number into its tens and ones?
Here's a link to oak academy site for EYFS children to think about feeling to continue their learning about them in the first week we came back to school. feelings
Remember to keep reading daily and we look forward to you being back with us soon. Take care everyone
Tuesday 15th September
For those of you learning at home:
Year 2 - we are looking at the 'a' family of sounds, 'a, ai, ay, a-e' please complete the following learning lessons....
In English we are looking at writing sentences and remembering that a sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop. It must also have finger spaces between each word. A lot to remember! Maybe you could draw a picture of our planet Earth and write some sentences about what you can see and do on Earth.
In Maths - we are looking at numbers to 100. Can you count to 100 in tens? Can you count backwards in tens?
Find this weeks maths no problem here....Maths for week 2 Year 2 Home learners
You may also want to look this bit of information about Christopher Columbus. Intrepid Explorers Slide1 . In class we have also painted or drew pictures to show what ships were like in days of Christopher Columbus and what they are like now!
Tuesday 15th September 2020
A full week into school and all the children have settled back so well and are doing AN AMAZING job with our new routines and structure to the day. We are just non-stop!!
Our topic learning has started this week all about Explorers! We will be learning about the famous explorers: Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. In Geography we will talk about where Christopher Columbus explored and the name of the oceans and continents. We will also be exploring different materials in Science sessions.
You should have received your homework tasks this week. Here is a link just in case:
Please also see our planning page to see in further detail our medium term plans for the subjects we are learning about and other curriculum bits and pieces!
6.7.20 - See below some example craft activities to match our plant learning. You can search for more craft activities through your web browser! Have fun!
29.6.20 - How are you all? I hope that you are managing to do some of the home learning packs we send you! It was so lovely to speak to some of you last week and to hear when you have been doing.
Here's a link to the activities for this week. Please also see the planning section of class 1 for further links and information.
18.6.20 - Hello! I hope you are all still keeping safe and well. We will be sending out another pack of work for you for the following week - The last about the weather. We will be concentrating on the Seasons! I hope you are enjoying the activities and fun experiments. I shall try and phone you again in the next week. Take care.
12.6.20 - Hi everyone, I hope you have had a lovely week even though the weather has turned. I picked a great week for you all to complete a weather diary! Don't worry of you have not completed everything in your packs. We have delivered another pack to you ready to start on Monday. We will continue with our weather learning. Please see our class planning page for more links to some home ;learning ideas and links to everything we send out in our packs. Finally, it was lovely to speak to some of you earlier this week and find out how you all are. I shall give you another call the week after next. In the meantime, if you are in need of anything or have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me on the school number. Take care everyone.
8 June 2020
4th June 2020 - Hi everyone, we hope you are all well and keeping safe! We miss you all lots and hope that soon we will see you again. I am hoping that you have been busy, but also having some fun too. I am going to be putting a lot more home learning activities on the Class 1 planning page for you to do each week. If you are coming back to school you will also be doing the same things here too. Check out the planning section to see what you can do. We have been busy printing these all off and putting them in packs to come through your door too! Keep a look out! Keep safe everyone and I will check in with you all soon.
22 April 2020 -
We would like to share with you a lovely book that has been developed outside of the East Riding to help children understand Coronavirus. We think it's an amazing resource !
20th April 2020 -
Hi everyone, I hope that you are all keeping safe and well. Here are some more home learning ideas and suggestions for you to complete. There are a lot of suggested activities, you do not have to complete them all. They are there for ideas only. To access please just click on the links below.
Foundation stage parents - don't forget you can upload all your children's activities and things you have done together onto Tapestry so it can be used for evidence at the end of the year. If you are unsure on how to do this here is a link .....Tapestry for parents
Take care everyone.