Hello Year One!
It was lovely to see some of you in school this week and catch up on all your news! We hope that more of you will join us next week. Remember to continue with the home learning on the days you are not at school.
This week, we thought we would try something different for our Google Meets. Every class in year 1 is going to hold their own meet, just for their class. We hope this will make it a more personal experience. Please see below for which day your child’s class will be holding their meet. There is also a timetable for the whole Trust on the website.
|Whitehorse Manor Infants||
Yellow class – Wednesday 24th June at 11:00a.m Password: yellow1
Green class – Thursday 25th June at 11:00a.m
Jade class – Thursday 25th June at 1:00p.m
|Brigstock||Rowan class – Wednesday 24th June at 12:00p.m Password: rowan1|
Astronaut class – Tuesday 23rd June at 11:00a.m
Shooting Stars class – Wednesday 24th June at 11:00a.m Password: shootingstars1
Blue Class – Monday 22nd June at 2p.m Password: bluecypress
Green Class-Tuesday 23rd June at 2.15 p.m Password: greencypress
Indigo Class-Thursday 25th June at 11 a.m Password: indigocypress
Purple Class-Wednesday 24th June at 11 a.m Password: purpleclassmeet
Green Class-Friday 26th June at 11 a.m. Password: greenclassmeet
You will need to be logged into Google in order to access the Google Meeting, please click here for instructions on how sign in. In order to sign in you will need your child’s .306 LGFL log on details. If you would like to attend the live session and do not have those details please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your child’s full name, class and school and we will email you back with their log on details and possibly even a video to show you how to get into the meetings on Google. We will be recording the sessions for safety purposes and do ask that an adult is present with all children during these sessions.
When you are not at school, keep doing your fantastic home learning. We LOVE seeing your work so please keep sending photos into email@example.com. We had so many lovely examples this week, we put them all into a video for you to enjoy!
This week the whole trust challenge involves building and using your very own obstacle course, as part of celebrating National School Sport Week!
- In literacy, we will continue with our story from Kenya ‘Mama Panya’s pancakes’. We will learn to make inferences based on what was read, understand the features of a recipe and write a recipe.
- If you need to recap any sounds you can access the DfE Letters and Sounds YouTube videos to support you;
- In maths, we are learning how to count in multiples of 10;
- In science, we are learning all about amphibians;
- In history, we are learning to use artefacts to find out about the past;
- In art, we are learning about the Ndebele artist Esther Mahlangu and how to create some mini houses inspired by her art.
|Activity 1||Activity 2||Activity 3|
|Monday||Literacy -making inferences||Maths – count in groups of 10||Science- All about amphibians|
|Tuesday||Literacy -understanding the features of a recipe||Maths – count and make groups of 10||Art -Ndbele mini houses|
|Wednesday||D&T-cooking pancakes||Whole Trust Challenge-National School Sport Week||Music – identify the sound of different orchestral instruments|
Literacy -writing a recipe
|Maths – use repeated addition to count in multiples of 10||History-looking at African artefacts|
|Friday||Literacy – Poster about sharing||Maths- use multiples of 10 in arrays||RE – The importance of Purim to Jewish people|
We are missing you! Enjoy your learning this week!
The Year One Team