KS1 – Class I and Class N
Key Stage 1
Years 1 and 2
Class N Home learning for children self-isolating wb 30.11.20
Class N Great Fire of London Forest Schools Letter
Class N Resources for children self-isolating wb 23.11.20
Class N Anti-bullying week - It's ok to be different. Being different is what makes us beautiful.
Spellings for Class N Aut 2 / Spr 1
Class I Home Learning for Children Self-Isolating Week Beg. 30.11.20
Class I Resources for Children Self-Isolating Week Beg. 23.11.20
Class I Resources for Children Self-Isolating Week Beg. 16.11.20
Class N resources for children self-isolating wb 16.11.20
Class I Resources for Self-Isolating Children Week Beg.09.11.20
Class N resources for self-isolating children wb 09.11.20
Class I Home Learning 05.11.20
Class N Home Learning 05.11.20
Class N resources for self-isolating children w.b. 02.11.20
Resources to support Year 2 Phonics check
Year 2 Autumn Term 2020 Resources
Class I Week Beginning 13th July
Class I Week Beginning 6th July
Class I Week Beginning 29th June
Class N Home Learning, Week Beginning Monday, 13th July
Class N Week Beginning 6th July
Adrift Year 2 clip
Class N Week beginning 29th June
Class I Week Beginning 22nd June
Class N Week Beginning 22nd June
Class I Week Beginning 15th June
Good morning all and happy Friday! I know when I spoke to some parents yesterday I mentioned about being able to pick up some new reading books for your child(ren) in exchange for their current ones. We are doing this based on time slots so that we can allow for social distancing. Please see the table below to check your day and time to exchange.
|Surname beginning with...||Date||Time Slot|
|A, B and C||Monday 15th June||10:00 - 11:00|
|D, E, F and G||Monday 15th June||11:30 - 12:30|
|H, I, J, K, L, and M||Monday 15th June||1:30 - 2:30|
|N, O, P, Q and R||Tuesday 16th June||10:00 - 11:00|
|S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z||Tuesday 16th June||11:30 - 12:30|
The books will be in the main office for you to collect, please use the marked lines on the car park to ensure social distancing, there is hand gel to use on your entry and departure and a box for you to put their current books into. All staff have selected books and placed them in a named plastic wallet for you to collect.
Please also remember that oxford owl is a free online library that we would recommend for our children as it covers texts for all ages and genres.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend I will see/speak/write to you all next week.
Class I Week Beginning 8th June
Class N week beginning 15th June
Class N Work from home
Class N week beginning 8th June
Class I Week Beginning 1st June
How are you getting on with your reading? I know that some of you have finished you school books and do a lot of reading at home. For those of you that want to try something new or need some direction this might help you:
This shows how you might be able to challenge yourself with your reading as well as authors and books you may not have come across.
Some of these can be found on the oxford owl website https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/ and there are lots more to explore on here too.
Good Morning Year 1
I know that Miss Dwyer has set some work on purple mash for you to use but some of you may struggle to log on so I'm here to help!
You need to go to RMUnify:
Then you need to turn your username (the same one you login to the computers at school) into an email address:
Your password is the same as normal.
If you can't remember your username or password please feel free to email me at email@example.com and I will send you the details.
Hope this helps!
Class N Week Beginning 1st June
Class I Week Beginning 18th May
Class N Week Beginning 18th May
Past daily activities to be completed during school closure - Class I
Class N's Home Learning
Rhiannon's video - part 2!
Class N's home learning
Class N's Home learning
Adding 2 two-digit numbers 13.05.20
Past daily activities to be completed during school closure - Class N
Y1 Return to School Work Tasks
'Don't Step on a Bee Day!'
We created bubble wrap bee hive paper and added our own buzzing bees!
We designed and made homes and shelters for small woodland animals.
We enjoyed our mini DT project. It was fun!
Natural Artwork in the style of 'Andy Goldsworthy'.
'Woodland Scenes' with clay mini-beasts.
What creatures can you see?
'Lolly Stick Fans' to keep you cool in the Summer!
We decorated digestive biscuits to recap and record our recall of our number bonds to 10.
We can't wait to enjoy the biscuits!
What pairs of numbers can you see?
We created symmetrical butterflies and printed with potatoes to make ladybirds.
Our butterflies are so colourful and eye-catching!
Look at the patterns and mixtures of blended colours!
How many spots can you see on our ladybird families?
We made paper plate owls following a set of instructions.
They looked wicked hanging in the trees! We wish they were real and could come alive!
Summer Sunset Art
We created 'Woodland Summer Sunsets' with a mixture of painting and collage.
We made kites from coloured paper.
We decorated our kites with colourful pictures and patterns before assembling them together.
We tested them outside in the playground.
We had fun running around flying them in the wind!
We created Seasonal Discovery Bottles - 'Summer in a Bottle' - by collecting small objects associated with Summer.
We used shells, flowers, petals, coloured ribbons and pompoms to represent colourful gardens and the sunshine.
We had fun adding coloured water and glitter too!
We created 'Sunflowers' and 'Tulips' by printing with forks and toothbrushes.
It was quite strange, but looks effective.
We made paper windmills using coloured paper.
What do you think?
We have made cress heads following Mr. Blooms instructions on cbeebies.
Fingers crossed our heads will start to grow cress hair in a weeks time.
We'll keep you posted!
Look at our cress head characters now after 2 weeks! WOW!
They look so different and funny. We had fun watching them change and grow.
We planted some broad beans seeds in clear containers so we can observe how they grow. What will happen?
We have to be very patient!
Wait and see!
Look what happened after 3 weeks!
We observed what happened to our seeds over 3 weeks and look what happened!
We measured the height of the stems, watched the roots grow longer and longer in search of water and counted new leaves growing daily.
We recorded our findings in a diary.
We also planted our beans into small pots and added small sticks to help support the plants.
We are very proud of our broad beans and plan to plant them in our gardens.
Y1 Home Learning - Design Technology
Y1 Home Learning - Art & Crafts
Y1 Home Learning - TASC Geography
Y1 TASC - Art Work based upon Chinese Dragons.
We looked at 'Dragon Eyes' in depth and detail and created our own by making collages, sculptures, sketches and paintings using different media. Here are our finished pieces of Artwork.
What do you think?
Mrs. Anderson's Craft Challenge - To Create a Self-Portrait
VE Day 75th Anniversary
Kieran made a 'Well Being' Jar with his family - Things to look forward to!
Painting rainbows for hope and a brighter future!
Why not try a scavenger hunt? Lets see how many you can complete!
Y1 Science - 'Terrific Trees!'
PE Dance, 'At the Seaside'
Y1 RE - Easter, tasting 'Hot Cross Buns'!
World Book Day!
Year 1 and Year 4 shared their favourite books and stories with one another.
They enjoyed looking at the pictures and talking about the different characters and settings.