Closure Information and Homework
Previous Days Learning
for Year One
Year One Work
This page is for our current Year One pupils in Ruji and Nahida's classes.
Year One pupils are now allowed back at school and we have space in our Year One bubbles for more pupils. Please contact the office if you wish your child to start back. Homework for those children not returning will remain being put up to this site.
Click the button below for work set by your teachers for Monday 6th July
Additionally you are reminded to:
Spend at least thirty minutes every day reading with an adult.
Have a thirty minute exercise session where you get out of breath!
Some work set may require pupils to have passwords to access the websites being used. We have sent out passwords via parentpay. Please ensure you have activated your parentpay account in order to receive these and other information from school. Contact email@example.com if you are experiencing problems receiving messages via parentpay.
Remember if you are having problems with passwords check your numbers lock and caps lock are off on the keypad and make sure you are typing carefully using correct upper or lower case letters when required.
You may wish to make use of any of the following interactive sites for other learning activities across the curriculum. To access via a link click on the web address.
Please note: Links are regularly checked and are all working when checked, however the links are to external websites and so if those sites are experiencing high demand or server issues or the users own internet connection is weak some sites may struggle to load at some times. This is beyond the schools control we are afraid.
Letter Join: Handwriting
The site used by school to support handwriting practice. Details of logging on to this site can be viewed here
Mathletics: IMPORTANT for key maths skills
The children access Mathletics through their own username and password. This gives them access to all the mathematical games, resources and activities on the site/app. Upon logging on, your child will not have access to all the games and self-choice learning activities until any specific activities that may also be set by their teacher have been completed.
White Rose: IMPORTANT Maths
The White Rose Maths Team have prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-8. They will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing parents clearly and simply how to help their children to complete the activity successfully.
I See Maths: Maths tasks and activities
Daily lessons for KS2 children with follow up tasks/activities.
Hamilton Trust: IMPORTANT Literacy and Maths Activities
A highly recommended resource of weekly sets of learning activities by year group in English and Maths. Free to use during the closure period.
Numbots: Key Addition and Subtraction activities
A activity site supporting key number skills
LGFL: Curriculum Activities
A variety of links to London Grid for Learning recommended websites and activities tailored especially for Key Stage One Children
TWINKL: IMPORTANT - A range of resources for home learning
Use offer code UKTWINKLHELPS for free access during school closure
Classroom Secrets: Various
General activities and ideas
Oxford Owl: IMPORTANT - E Books
Sign up to Oxford Owl for free ebooks to support your child with their phonics learning and general love of reading.
Poisson Rouge: Language development
Games and activities to support early language development
Purple Mash: Multiactivities
A multi activity site regularly used by pupils in school. Pupils have their own log on user names and passwords
Toy Theatre: Various
Educational online games
Educational online games
Discover and Do activities
Red Ted Art: Craft
Discover and Do craft activities
Busy Things: Various
Online educational games
Hungry Little Minds: Videos and activity ideas
From the home page click on age group
Audible: Listening Stories
A range of online stories to listen to sorted by age group
A longer list of sites by subject recommended by the Department for Education is available here some of which already appear above:
Other sites to explore:
On Line Safety
With children likely to be accessing the internet more regularly, we would also recommend viewing of the following links relating to on-line safety with your child.
Child-Friendly Search Engines
Two resources to share with children to explain the coronavirus are included below: