Welcome to the Year 1 online classroom
These are our three top tips to help you to do your best learning everyday:
1) Get dressed before we start our learning
2) Do some form of exercise (outside is best if possible!)
3) Show our schools values; RESPONSIBLE, RESPECTFUL, READY
Hello Year 1. Are getting bored at home waiting for tests or results? Do not worry! We have lots of ideas that will help you with your learning. We look forward to seeing you back in school as soon as you are able and would love to see what you've been up to so keep a record of your learning.
Useful links for remote learning!
Although we do not wish to encourage the over use of screens for learning, we appreciate there may be times that you wish to use educational sites over the next couple of weeks. We recommend the following websites:
English/ Reading/ Phonics
Obb and Bob
Mr Thorne’s phonics channel with Geraldine the Giraffe
ICT games: Shark numbers, Post a letter, Whack a Mole, Play your cards right, Counting Caterpillar, 100 hunt.
Number blocks on Cbeebies (episodes on the i-player and games on the website)
Good morning Year 1!
Welcome back to our online classroom where we will continue our fantastic learning for the enquiry 'Can we change our world?' over the next couple of weeks.
On the pages underneath, we will upload challenges each day for you to complete. We will also be using Tapestry a lot for our phonics speed sounds, videos of stories and other exciting learning activities. We would also love you to upload all of your learning to Tapestry so we can see what you get up to and help you if you need any support.
Don't forget to continue working towards your next RED TED certificate. Let us know on Tapestry when you reach your next award so we can write you a certificate, post you a picture and keep it safe for you at school!
Miss Wilson, Miss Jeffery, Miss Poburka and Mrs Hill
This week it is Children's Mental Health week
It is so important that while we are spending so much time at home, that we look after our minds as well as our bodies.
We are doing lots of walks, exercise in our gardens and favourite boogies to keep our bodies healthy but what are you doing to keep your mind happy?
This year's theme for the week is 'Express Yourself' so we would love to see creative ways of releasing your thoughts. Have a watch of the organiser's video to explain a little more.