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General messages will be displayed on the main page each week. The learning grids and other activties will be put into the folders below. Some folders will not be updated every week, but we will alert you on the main page when there is something new.

Updates

 

  • Weekly home learning grid added 20.7.20

Year 1 Return

Mrs Millington is here to show our pupils and parents of Year 1 what happens when you return to school from 15th June.

Half Term

 

Well done for all of the wonderful work everyone is doing at home. We hope you have enjoyed growing the cress.

 

We are not setting a grid over half term as we think you all deserve a break. You can always keep up with reading and spellings over the week and check out the non-screen activities to see if there are some that you haven't done yet.

 

Remember to check back on Monday 1st June for our next exciting home learning grid.

 

Take care and stay safe.

 

Year One team

Class 4 Update from Mrs Oswald

Hi Class 4! Hope you are all well. Thank you for sending in your questions. Here is my video for you to see what the answers are:

Week Beginning 27th April 

 

Hello everyone,

We hope that you have been enjoying our bubble themed activities. This week we are going to continue the theme with some exciting new things to explore. 

 

Remember to keep up the great work on Reading Eggs, Mathletics and Bug Club. Don't forget about the phonics and spelling activities on Phonics Play. There is a new address for the website which will make it easier to access on mobiles and tablets. See new link below.

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Username: march20

Password: home

 

Look back later in the week to find some new non-screen activities.

Class 4 Update - Class Dojos

Children in class 4 will hopefully be receiving over the next few days letters from Mrs Oswald. In those letters, she has mentioned using class dojo for her class. This is a reward system that will be used when we return to school. This is not something the children will be using whilst at home so there is no need to access it at this time. Apologies if there has been any confusion. 

Week Beginning 20th April

 

We hope you and your families have had fun with all the activities over Easter.  We have put together another grid for this week based on a story called ‘Bubbles.’   We hope you enjoy the activities and remember you can always send in some pictures of your work to the school office for us to see.

 

We have also added some links to different websites and activities for you to have a look at.

 

Year 1 Team

Happy Easter! 

 

We hope you are all managing to enjoy your time at home. Please continue to use all the suggestions below, and the websites including numbots, mathletics, reading eggs and bug club. 

 

For extra phonics support: the creators of Read Write Inc are releasing daily phonics teaching videos on their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ 

They also have added a set of Read Write Inc books and a lot of extra information to Oxford Owl https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

 

Finally, we had been looking at the book This is Not My Hat in English - today another book by the same author is being performed and streamed here and will be available for 14 days. https://littleangeltheatre.com/news/little-angel-theatre-to-stream-ian-nicholsons-performance-of-i-want-my-hat-back/

Weeks beginning 6th & 13th April

 

We have put together some activities for you to choose from over the next two weeks. Please don't feel you have to do them all but pick the ones that you would like. Remember that you can access the online learning activities.

You can also complete writing activities based on the story Sidney Spider. Please don't worry if you can't print the activities, these can be completed in your home learning book. 

Reading Eggs Update – Class 6

 

It has been brought to our attention that when assignments have been set, access to

other activities are blocked until they have been completed. Assignments have now been removed and the children will start at the activity generated from the online assessment they completed on the last day of school. The children will now be able to work through these at their own pace. Reading Eggspress can also be accessed for comprehension activities. They will need to complete the assessment task independently for this if they have not done so already so that they are allocated an appropriate starting point.

 

We are all getting used to using Reading Eggs as it is new for all of us.

Many thanks for your understanding and continued support.

Week beginning 30th March

 

Hello everyone,

 

We hope you and your families are keeping well. Well done to everyone who has managed to access the online learning. We are constantly monitoring and updating it as you run out of books and other activities. Below is a grid with some suggestions for this week. Please pick some that you would like to do.  Remember to access the books and activities available online with your logins too.

 

Please also see Mrs Millington's creative writing challenge below, and don't forget to check out Miss Charman's challenge every day in the school information tab on this website. 

 

Many thanks,

The Year One Team

Keeping Fit

 

Joe Wicks, more commonly known as The Body Coach, has announced he will run daily live PE lessons on his popular YouTube account.

 

In a bid to help parents out and keep children exercising, Joe has announced he will be going live every week day to host PE lessons.  These will start at 9am

 

To participate click here for Joe Wicks' YouTube account.

Home Learning

 

Please see below to find activities to support the continuation of learning at home if we are closed.

 

Reading

Children can access reading via Bug Clubs, their reading books and anything else at home they can read (your home books, magazines, information on the backs of packets, recipes etc).

If you need new reading books for Bug Club online then please email adminoffice@oakridge-inf.hants.sch.uk and they will pass your request on to the teacher.

You should also now have a log in for Reading Eggs which is an other fantastic online reading resource. Again, contact the office if you have difficulties.

 

Follow this from Oxford Owl to find activities and fun ideas which will be updated on their website https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/school-closure-resources/?region=uk

 

Maths

You can continue to practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s to 100 and counting forwards and backwards from any given number.

The children also have access to Numbots using their usual login.

You also now have access to mathletics - which you should have received details about. 

Another great resource for quick recall of addition facts is Hit the Button which is available free here: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

 

There are also some downloadable maths activities underneath.

 

This link  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ will take you to  a series of five brand new maths lessons for Y1.  Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.  This website will be updated at various points, so keep checking back to see whether new lessons have been added.

 

 

Phonics

You can access phonics and spelling games through Phonics Play at https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Username: march20

Password: home

 

Resources on line

Twinkl are offering one month ultimate membership, totally free of charge. Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

 

Other Activities

  • Keep a diary of your time off. Write at least one sentence a day about what you have done, what you ate, how you feel.
  • Research a coastal town somewhere else in the road and write a factfile about it. E.g. The Amalfi Coast, Costa Del Sol, The Bahamas.
  • Research and write a factfile about Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth I or Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Keep practicing your year one common exception words – reading and spelling!
  • Write a letter to a relative or friend telling them about what you have been learning about at school.
  • You could also write a letter to a grown up at school - send it to the normal school address. We would love to hear how you are getting on! smiley

 

Welcome to Year 1!

 

Mrs Oswald is the class teacher for class 4, Mrs Clouter is the class teacher for class 5 and Mr Cameron is the class teacher for class 6.

 

Year 1 are lucky to have Mrs Clarkson, Mrs Cole and Miss Purdy who help the children with their learning across the year group. 

P.E. Days

Our PE days can change every week so please ensure your child has their kit in school for the whole of the half term. We will send them home for washing before the holidays.

Library Day

Year 1 visit the library on Mondays. Please make sure your child has their book in school on Mondays so they can change it. 

Forest School

Each class will have Forest School separately for half a term. 

Class 4 will be going out on Friday afternoons this half term (Autumn 1). Class 5 will have their turn after October half term (Autumn 2), and class 6 will be after Christmas (Spring 1). Please ensure your child has wellies and warm waterproof clothing in school for this as we will be going out whatever the weather!

Class 6 World Book Day

Class 6 (We're Going on a Bear Hunt)

Listen to Class 6 telling the story

Thank you for joining us to share our House Is a Zoo stories!

As part of our history topic, we explored a selection of old toys.

Year 1 worked collaboratively on computers to create our own version of Kandinsky's Squares with Concentric Circles

The children loved their Indian dance lessons today from Kala Arts. Even the parents joined in at the end!

Partitioning numbers into tens and ones

Programming Beebots in computing

Describing properties of materials in Science

Curriculum letter summer 2

Curriculum letter summer 1

Curriculum letter spring 2

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