Week Beginning 15th June

Week Beginning 15th June

Good morning Year One! I hope you've all had a lovely weekend. If you're staying at home this week, you can find daily lessons on BBC Bitesize and Oak Academy (there are links to both below). You can also have a look at the summer overview, which will show the objectives for this term, and the useful websites page, where you can find links to more resources including ebooks. If you'd like to have an idea of what the children in school are doing, I have put a summary below but please be aware that these activities have been planned for a classroom setting. Please contact me if you have any questions and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. 


Children at school will continue spending as much time as possible outside. The afternoons will be spent with 30 Days Wild activities, or art/crafting in poor weather, and games to build on their social skills. The mornings this week will be spent reviewing and developing core subjects. 


PSHE - Read 'Marvin Gets Mad' and think about things that make us angry, as well as how we can deal with that. 

English - The key book for the next few weeks will be 'Lighthouse Keeper's lunch' (although if you're following at home, you can use another book). This week will be focused on drama about the characters' emotions, adjectives to describe a character before finally writing a character description. 

Maths - Reviewing key mathematical vocabulary for addition and subtraction, identifying key vocabulary in addition and subtraction word problems before solving them. 

Science - Thinking about the signs of all four seasons and how they change through the year. 


If you are at home and have not yet written your report comments, please send them in to me as soon as possible. If you're struggling to remember some of the things that we've done, here are some reminders! 

  • Break in at the role play kitchen
  • Theatre trip
  • Nativity 
  • Trip to the Leamington Pump Rooms
  • Learning about toys 
  • Science investigations
  • Learning celebrations 
  • Clay models
  • Learning about our local area


If there are any photos you would like to share of something you've done at home, please send them in for Show and Tell on Friday. Whether you're staying at home or are returning to school, I hope to see you all soon. Stay safe and have fun! 

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