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Some of our English work we have done so far in our books.

So far this week we have sequenced a story, wrote labels and lists, used paint on the laptops and decided what makes a hero and a villian.

Please find attached what we will be doing this half term.

It has been a great week and the children have all been fabulous! Here are a few pictures of the things we have been doing.

We have had a fantastic few days. The children are settling really well and we have been busy making Superhero masks and badges and we even completed Superhero training yesterday! Today we learnt a new sound in Phonics and practised our numbers to 20. This afternoon we drew our own self portraits and they look amazing!

Welcome to Year 1!

Well it has been a strange academic year and it is sad it has ended like this but I wish you all a safe and happy holiday and I will see all of the children when they are in Year 2! 

**Here is the final workpack for the last week. If you can't download and print it then there are copies in the office. Have a lovely week!

Blake has completed lots of work during lock down!

Michal has completed his booklet and has made a fantastic light house and has written some fantastic instructions about building a sandcastle.

Oscar has written a postcard from Skegness.

Look at Sophie working very hard at home!

Oscar has wrote us a lovely letter!

Sophie has been working through her home learning booklet!

Sophie has been caring for her moth. Sh went to an airfield to watch the planes take off and land and has been strawberry picking. She is busy making lots of memories!

Michal has been busy completing his booklet and again has completed some fantastic seaside work!

** Please find attached the two week workpack for the 29th June. There is also a Maths one for anyone who can't access bite size or who want more work. If you can't print them out then please collect one from the office from Monday afternoon!

Dhruv completing his Maths work at home.

Wiktor has been doing lost of work this week and has been learning all about arrays and repeated addition as well as enjoying his free time in the sun and doing jigsaws. Well done Wiktor!

Sophie has been looking at a cocoon she was given and has been busy learning about seasides in the past. Well done Sophie!

Michal has been doing lots of seaside activites and has been working hard again this week!

Lots of Maths work from Sophie and some lovely seaside pictures. Keep it up Sophie!

Oscar has been busy on bite size and has been helping his dad in the garden.

**Please find attached the next booklet for the next two weeks. Please use bite size for Maths and this booklet for English and Topic. We will do this in school too to ensure consistency. If you can't use bite size online please find attached a booklet you can use. If you are unable to print these out there are copies in the office ready to collect.

Sophie has been enjoying our new topic. She has made a boat to go on holiday on, some binoculars and went to an ice cream parlour and she wrote about it. She has also been on Purple mash, trampoline and done some dancing for her dance challenge set by her dance teacher.

Michal has been completing his seaside topic booklet and he looks like he has had lots of fun in the pool.

More of Michals work!

Oscar has been going on lovely walks and has been busy learning his number bonds and tricky words.

Michal has been very busy. He has been learning how to tell the time, recognise coins and measure weight and capacity.

Dhruv has been busy doing his bite size work and has been writing a fact file about a seaside resort. Keep it up Dhruv!

Harry has been busy doing his Maths work!

All of Sophie's brilliant work this work!

Evie is loving our Seaside topic and has been making some pictures using sea shells.

Ryder has been doing lots of making. Have a look and it might give you some ideas!

Pictures from half term and the week before. Well done Sophie, Evie, Dhruv, Michal, Scarlett, Fred and Harry.

**I hope everyone has had a lovely break and is ready for another busy half term. Please continue to use Bite Size for Maths and English. Phonics is very important for your childs Reading and Writing so please go onto the Read Write Inc lessons on YouTube everyday at 10:30am. Our topic this half term will be the Seaside, attached is a copy of topic ideas. You can collect this from the office if you can not download it.

To our lovely little class,


Another eight weeks have passed and we are so proud of all the work you have completed. The half term is now coming to an end so at the end of today we would like to switch off your computers or ipads and put down your exercise books and rest. Take a week to recharge your batteries and have lots of fun. We are ready for a rest too! Here are some things you could do:

  • Have a pajama day and watch all of your favourite films. 
  • Go on lots of lovely walks.
  • Go on your bikes or scooters.
  • Play family games.
  • Contact your family and friends by video calling them.
  • Play in your paddling pool.
  • Have barbecues and picnics in your garden.


There are lots of things you can do and hopefully we will get some lovely weather but please remember to stay safe and follow the rules. We miss you all lots and we hope you all have a lovely week. Well done for all the hard work and well done parents for surviving!


Love From

Miss Walker, Mrs Hand and Mrs Bonsall xx

Sophie has done some beautiful art work and has been doing some Maths and English.

Evie making some bread.

Fred enjoying the fresh air and learning new skills.

Michal has been very busy!

Sophie doing lots of work at home!

Scarlett enjoying being outside with her family.

Work from Harry!

More from Dhruv!

All of Dhruv's work!

Kenya has made a home for her snail.

Harry's brilliant work!

Daisy-May enjoying being outside.

Well done Blake for all your hard work!

Michal's fabulous work!

Sophie working hard as always.

Evie has been doing her bite size work.

Dhruv and his sister celebrating VE day.

**Sophie has been on the news with her brother for raising money for the NHS. Go and watch it by following the link

and click on the file that ends in 108. We are so proud of you!**

Harry's been working hard too.

Michal has been working hard again!

Jesse's work and his birthday. Happy Birthday from us Jesse!

Evie and her brother doing their number work.

Oscar has been busy doing some number work, writing and painting.

Ryder has been busy doing his Maths, making a castle and making doughnuts.

Harry has been building a pirate ship and doing some Maths work.

Michal has been extremly busy!

Wow look at everything Daisy-May has been doing!

Dhruv and Lavenia's bake off!

Sophie's bake off!

Alfie and his sister clapping for all the key workers.

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Fred has been busy at the farm and building an oil rig.

Wow look at all the things Alfie has been doing!

Sophie has been a busy bee. She has wrote a letter to her local nursing home and has been baking, colouring and enjoying some bike rides with her family.

Jesse has been busy going to school and completing work at the weekend. He made a fantastic video for Mrs Johnson's challenge and has been busy measuring, spelling words using his phonics and drawing and discussing different feelings. Well done Jesse!

Ivy has been collecting twigs to make mini beast houses and went for a rainy walk and then enjoyed a teddy bears picnic. She even made play dough sandwiches for her teddie friends.


Please use this link below to find Miss Walker's video update. Please select the Year 1 folder once there. The link for the BBC Bitesize lessons is also here.


Link for video update:


BBC Bitesize lessons:

Scarlett working hard completing her booklet last week. :)

Wow everyone look at Dhruv's Easter bonnet!

Oscar has been busy using Jenga to add and subtract numbers and making a rainbow for the local butcher to put up in his window. Very proud!

Lovely to see Daisie making some home made yummy cookies!

**Updated timetable

I hope you have all had a lovely Easter holiday and a nice break. I miss you all so much and I can't wait to see you all again. I know Mrs Hand and Mrs Bonsall all miss you too. It is now the start of a new term and it is time to get busy again! For this week I would like you to use the pack that you have collected and try and follow the time table. From next week I would like you all to follow the BBC Bite Size daily lessons. There are three lessons on there a day, I have had a look at this weeks and the pitch is just right for year one so please make sure you choose the correct age group for your child. The activities can be simply adapted if your child needs additional challenge. Just let me know if you need help with this. I have made some slight adjustments to the timetable with this in mind so instead of choosing an activity from your pack you will choose an activity from the BBC Bite Size website. I will attached the timetable and the web link above. As always it is lovely to see what you have been doing so please keep in touch. In these difficult times just do your best and do not hesitate to ask if you need anything. :)

14.4.20- Today, Jesse made a water rocket with Mrs Braithwaite (see video below) and played on the tyre swing with his brother.


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We've had lots of fun painting and playing outside in this beautiful weather.

Jesse had fun at school this week.

Jesse has been busy doing Joe Wicks, making rainbows and finding one more and one less than a number. Well done Jesse.

Michal has been very busy doing his work. We are very proud of you keep it up!

Evie has been watching videos of farms and has created her own poster.

Dhruv has been using his sound knowledge to write sentences. Well done Dhruv!

Scarlett has been busy doing Science with Maddie Moats, P.E will Joe Wicks and painting a unicorn. What lovely pictures keep working hard!

Here is an updated timetable you could folllow at home including the Joe wicks workout and the Read Write Inc lesson at 10:30!

Well done Scarlett for completing the Maths work in your booklet!

Here is an idea of how to structure your day if you are not sure.

Hope these help!

I hope you are all staying safe and the first day of home schooling went ok. Below I have attached the year 1 work pack. I will continue to do this every two weeks.

The year one children have settled well and are working very hard. We are writing sentences and learning our numbers up to 20. The children are enjoying our superhero theme and are creating some fantastic art work. Keep reading and practising your spellings. smiley


We have had a lovely morning making choclate apples and making bonfire pictures using oil pastels. The children have also written a fantastic description of bonfire night thinking about what we could see, smell, hear and taste.

We had a lovely time at the pantomine.

All ready for the nativity.

We had a fantastic day when the history van came. We learnt about who lived in a catsle and the jobs inside a castle.