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Year 1

Welcome to Year 1!


The teachers this year are Miss Bourke (1 Blue), Miss Eames (1 Red) and Miss Wood.


We look forward to teaching you this year. smiley


Welcome to Year One Home Learning!

Wednesday 22nd April


Good morning Year 1.  Please look at the video resources section. Here you will find some videos of books being read by your year 1 teachers.


Have a fun learning day.



Tuesday 21st April

Hello Year 1!

We hope you had a lovely Easter and that you are all well. smiley

Tomorrow you can collect your next work pack and your logins for Seesaw from school. We will be using this website to upload all of your work in the future.


We have also put together a video to make you smile. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end, you might recognise some faces! Please follow the link below:

If this doesn't work you will find the video on the website under:


Video resource centre

Resources for all year groups

Phase 1 video message


Love The Year 1 Team

Friday 3rd April


Hi Year 1,


We hope you are all well.


We have put up some holiday English and art activities about the Tiger Who Came To Tea. You can find them under the 'Home Learning English' section. We hope you have a lovely Easter, stay safe and happy! 


The Year 1 Team smiley

Wednesday 1st April 2020

R.E: What does it mean to belong to a Church?

This week we were supposed to be visiting St Richard's Church. 

The purpose of the visit was to:

  • be able to recognise and name features of a Church.
  • understand the Church is a Christian place of worship and discuss what happens at Church.
  • listen to the story of Easter and understand the main events.
  • make links to the story of Christmas which we covered in December.


Key Vocabulary:

  • Church
  • Christianity
  • Christians
  • Jesus
  • God
  • Bible
  • Easter



Watch this BBC video about the Easter Story.

These videos explain how Christians prepare for and celebrate Easter.

Can your child make any links between the Christmas and Easter stories?

Explain to your child that these two stories are the most important to the Christian Faith.

If your family belongs to a different faith, see if your child can discuss any similarities or differences.


Activity ideas

  • Write about and/or draw pictures of the Easter story.
  • Write an explanation of who Jesus was and why he is important to the Christian Faith.
  • Design a Church and include some of the main features. Maybe include a special event in the design.
  • Explain to your child that Christians live by a special set of rules called The Ten Commandments. Ask them what special rules they think everyone should live by? This could be a discussion, a writing or a drawing task.
  • Also, of course.... Design an Easter Egg! Easter eggs are symbolic of new life, in the case of the Easter story they are a reminder that Jesus came back to life.


We hope you enjoy learning all about Christianity, Church and the Easter Story. 


Monday 30th March

Hi, Miss Wood here,

I hope you are all ok and enjoyed your weekend. I spent most of my weekend in the garden getting rid of the weeds. It was nice to be outside and in the fresh air.

We will keep adding work and examples on here throughout the week. I will also try to phone you to see how you are all getting on. (so if it says private number, it's probably me.) smiley

Keep remembering to CHIRP!

Take care x

Tuesday 24th March

Hi there,

We hope that you are all ok and enjoying the sunshinesmiley

Here is some work that you can be getting on with to keep your brains working hard. Please keep checking back, as we will be adding work all the time.yes


Here are some examples of home learning timetables, lesson plans and ideas of how to use them. 

Please find some links to direct you to some websites that will help with your home learning. Remember to keep looking back as we will keep adding new ones.

Home Learning:Maths

To help keep your maths brains working, we will be adding five maths lessons each week. Every lesson comes with a short video to help you complete the activity. There's also a worksheet and answer sheet. Enjoy smiley

Week 1 - Weight and mass

Home Learning:English
Home Learning:Science

Home Learning:P.E.

As well as keeping your brains working hard, you can also get your bodies working. It's important to keep healthy and exercise. There are many different exercises you can do at home.  This will help to get the endorphins and the feel good vibes going. 

Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) is going to do a live workout at 9am everyday called PE with Joe on his Youtube Channel, It's brilliant, I really enjoyed doing it. 

Home Learning:Art 

Can you complete these challenges?

Rainbow Window Pictures

Children are drawing rainbows pictures and putting them in their windows to show hope and to give others something to look out for as they get their daily exercise. Can you make a rainbow for your window? Can you spot any when you go out for a walk. Lets try to make everyone smile.smiley

Mighty Maths Year 1