Year 1 (Home Learning) – Thursday 11th February

Hello Year 1,

We are looking forward to our final Fancy Dress Friday of the term before our week off!

Here are some of our fancy dress highlights from last week …



Here is the CBBC’s Lockdown Learning schedule for this week:

  • The 20 minute Bitesize Daily age 5-7 sessions @ 9:00am will be an additional way of supporting the children’s learning at home.
  • We have highlighted all of the Celebrity Supply Teacher sessions, as they are an engaging way of covering all aspects of the curriculum.
  • This Tuesday is Internet Safety Day and there will be a Live Lesson to mark this @ 11:00am.


FAO: Parents & Carers

A reminder of the expectations of Home Learning:

  • There will be a daily Zoom registration @ 10:40am, during which a member of the Year 1 Team will greet the children and discuss the activities for the day ahead.
  • The expectation is for children to be on the daily Zoom registration and engaging with the set activities on our Year 1 Blog – Phonics, Literacy, Maths and a Curriculum subject.
  • Please email children’s work across to their class teacher at:





  • can identify key characters and events in the story. 
  • I can sequence events and create a pictorial story board. 

Finish reading The Winters Child:

What happened? What was the problem in the story? Who were the characters in the story? What happened at the end of the story? 

Now we would like you to make a pictorial story board showing what happened in the story.
We will use this to help us with our writing tomorrow.
You can label your picture and add key words and names if you wish. 





(Scroll down to bottom of page for answer)


White Rose: I can add by making 10

You may need:

  • Part-part-whole model
  • 3 x ten frames

  • Counters

Watch this video:

Answering the questions on this sheet:

Click to access Y1-Spring-Block-1-WO3-Add-by-making-10-2019.pdf




This week in PSHE, we will be following a unit from Oak Academy called Lockdown Capsule.

We will be creating a lockdown capsule in school, so that the children can send their work to us and we can place it inside the box on their behalf. When we return to school, we plan to bury the lockdown capsule together in the hope that in years to come, people may discover it and find out what life was like for us during these lockdowns.

Follow this lesson from Oak Academy – My Lockdown Feelings:


Enjoy your activities,

Miss Simons, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Billingham : )



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