Wednesday 8th July 2020
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Hello Year One,
It has been lovely to see so many of your faces in school the past few weeks. It looks like you've been having lots of fun with Mr Rees and Ms Barnham. I loved seeing your rangoli patterns in the playground this afternoon: what a colourful sight they are! I hope those of you who aren't in are keeping well and staying busy.
Today there is a new PSHE task all about kindness. Being kind is really quite important isn't it? It can make a big difference to the people around you and make them feel very happy. Mr Attride made me a nice cup of coffee this morning and it certainly made me very happy! Being kind doesn't have to be hard either - it can be something as simple as helping to tidy up without being asked, or saying something nice to a friend. Try to think about what small acts of kindness you might be able to do over the next week and have a go at recording them on a kindness chart. Click here for the lesson on making kindness count and how to make a kindness chart.
Take care and hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday!
Tuesday 7th July
Hello Year One. I hope you had a grrreat day yesterday. Did you get to know the story 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' even better? What did you
think of the tiger? Was he friendly? Why do you think so? What a lot of questions. Phew!
Yesterday in class we flew from Bristol to Delhi over Ireland, Jordan and Egypt, noticing features of the Earth as we travelled. Before we left,
we watched this video all about our lovely city...Bristol! It is from the Visit Bristol website and shows lots of our landmarks you will recognise.
How many can you name? Click below to watch it:
When we landed in Delhi, we took in the sights of the city. Lots of us liked the buildings of the Old City but also thought the art and lights in
the New City were great too. What will you think? Click below to glimpse Delhi:
The flight took twelve hours and when we landed, the first thing we talked about was the heat of the city and India's hot, dry climate in the
north of the country. We visited the Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, Qutub Minar and Jama Masjid and took our sketch books along with us. You can
find the sights we saw below if you want to do your own sketches.
Today we will learn about the different prices of some food items and make rangoli patterns on the pavement (playground) in chalk.
You can find a template under the price list.
Have a wonderful time.
Let's write a postcard home later in the week.
Bye for now!
Your Home Learning Gallery:
Click on the picture until you find your work.
Your children and yourself can comment below or share work using our class email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Week's Spelling: Contractions
Click on the Weekly Spellings Task tab at the top for this week's task sheet.
This week's 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' spellings:
Here are all of the Year One Common Exception Words to practice and master; I will leave them up for the next two weeks.
How quickly can you read a column?
How neatly can you write a row?
How many tricky ones do you need to practise?
This Week's English Activity: Fiction Writing
Book: 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Jill Murphy
Your children worked hard on their 'Katie in London' writing last week. Well done, Year One!
The phonics focus for this week sits around these spellings of the ee sound: ee, ea, y
Please remind your child about staying safe online by letting you know if the screen changes from the lesson.
Just click on the lesson you need below:
Previous Weeks' English Activities:
|Summer Term Week 1 20th April|
|Summer Term Week 2 27th April|
|Summer Term Week 3 4th May|
|Summer Term Week 4 11th May|
|Summer Term Week 5 18th May|
|Summer Term Week 6 1st June|
|Summer Term Week 7 8th June|
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|Summer Term Week 9 22nd June.docx||Download|
|Summer Term Week 10 29th June.docx||Download|
This Week's English Games:
This week, I thought you would enjoy listening to these fables. A fable is a short tale (not tail!) with a message.
There are forty of them here to choose from and they are read by famous people (who your parents will have heard of.)
Click below to choose and enjoy!
Little Bird Spelling:
The Little Birds have come back to help you learn those tricky words!
Months of The Year:
Can you put them in the correct order?
This Week's Maths Activities: find a half; find a quarter
Look at 'Year 1 Week 11' first; you will find the link to each lesson's learning video here.
Previous Weeks' Maths Activities:
This Week's Maths Games:
Fruit Splat Subtraction:
Choose from Level 1 or 2, relaxed or timed mode, fast or slow fruit. Splat!
All about two-digit numbers: more than, less than, count on, count back, addition, subtraction. Listen well!
Ordering: 0-100 100-0 0-100 in tens 100-0 in tens
Sequencing; Simple Sequences: Counting in ones, Even Numbers, Counting in twos
Sequencing; Counting in Multiples: Multiples of Five; Multiples of Ten
Sequencing; Counting in Steps: Steps of Ten
This Week's Computing: programming, debugging, algorithms
Can you do Computing in the kitchen?!
Have a go at the Pizza Party Activity below.
They are detailed and step-by-step.
There is a Supporting Worksheet too.
Please help fix the recipe, learning bots!
This Week's Art Activity: Mindfulness Colouring
Will you choose plants or minibeasts?
This Week's Geography Activity: Comparing and Contrasting Two Cities
How is Brasilia Different From London?
London Top Trumps (slide 5)
Brasilia or London Fact Cards (slide 23)
Labelling the UK - two levels of challenge (* and ***) (slide 24)
This Week's PSHE and History Activity: Paul Stevenson and Princess Campbell
How did these Black Bristolians make a difference?
This week in school, we have learnt about the story of Rosa Parks from the 'Little People, Big Dreams' storybook. You can find an animated
version of her story below. We drew the bus in which Rosa stood up for her rights. Next, we started to explore the lives of Paul Stephenson and
Princess Campbell. They are two very important Black Bristolians who made a difference to our city by doing something heroic. You can find
out about them below. Pages 1-4 tell their story and there are some suggested activities on pages 5 and 6. You may just want to discuss the
stories with your child and use them a start point for other learning. Parents, I am also sharing 'A Parent's Guide to Black Lives Matter'. It is
here to help structure conversations and support you in answering any questions your child may have. I hope you find it useful.
Click below to watch Rosa's story:
Have a look at Rosa's bus:
Find out about Paul Stephenson:
Find out about Princess Campbell:
This term’s RE: Why is Our World Special?
How our differences are what makes us special!
Last week we thought about what makes each of us different and unique, and how these differences are what makes the world so special. This
week I’d like you to listen to a story called The Hueys in the New Jumper by Oliver Jeffers. Click here to watch a YouTube video of the story.
Please remember to always ask an adult before accessing YouTube.
It’s a great book all about being different and how boring it would be if we were all exactly the same! After watching the video, could you
have a go at designing your own Huey? Think about how you can make your Huey different to all the other Hueys! Click here to download a
template Huey for you to start your creation on. Please do send in any pictures of your Hueys. I’d love to see them!
This Week's PE: Lesson Three from Mrs Tuckfield
Hi lovely Year One, it's Mrs T here! I hope you're all well.
Now get a drink of water!
Well done, Year One. Phew!
Keep fit, stay safe and healthy!
from Mrs Tuckfield
Term 4. Science. 'Sense Detectives' Workshop
Term 4. PE. Olympic Dance Festival at St. Bernadette's Secondary School
Term 3. Maths. Counting in 10s to 100
Term 3. Science. Making a Dog Bed
Term 3. Music. Learning Actions to 'John Kanaka'
Term 3. Science. Testing Properties of Materials
Term 2. Computing. Making Videos Comparing Toys Through Time
Term 2. English. Capital Letter Hunt
Term 2. History. Looking at Books about Toys Through Time
Term 2. Making Christmas Decorations
Term 2. Voting for our School Council Representatives
Term 2. History and Art. Exploring and Sketching Old and New Toys
Term 2. PSHE. Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Socks Day
Term 2. Music. Exploring Pitch Through Clouds
Term 1. Autumn at Goldney Gardens
Term 1. Harvest Festival Assembly
Term 1. Mad Science Demonstration Assembly
Term 1. Comparing Lengths and Heights
Term 1. Making and Testing Rain Gauges
Term 1. Maths. Partitioning 2-Digit Numbers
Term 1. Maths. Counting in Ones and Tens
We love to hear what you are enjoying in Class 1. Why not leave a comment here?
Comments (37)Show Comments
Hello Josh. Thank you asking this. With an adult, have a look at the Maths Learning Games for ages 5-7 on the Hit the Button website. Have fun!
more maths links please.
Well done, Patrick and Lauren! That is spot on!
Patrick and Lauren you are correct! Whoosh!
I think it is Room on the Broom too :)
Hello Mariam. I am glad you enjoyed Ready, Steady, Mo! I will share another story tomorrow. Dylan and Peggy are having lots of fun! Thank you for asking.
I think Florence is in room on the broom. Is that it?
Hello Mr Rees how are Dylan and Peggy? I loved ready steady Mo it was amazing
Hello Lauren. Yes we all miss school but I am glad to hear that you are having a great time at home!
Hello Mr Rees I mis school I am havign a great time at home