Year 1

  • Parent letter and survey for LF, UF, Year 1 and Year 6 parents 14th May 2020.


Summer 2 Learning

We will not be putting the weekly learning on the website now that Year 1 are invited back in to school but I thought it might be useful to see the termly overview. I will also be putting the spellings on Seesaw each week.

Y1 Summer 2 Overview



Summer Term Week 5 W/B 18.5.20-22.5.20

Hi Year 1!

Weekly Timetable 18.5.20

Here is your weekly timetable – I am back on seesaw this week as I had a copy of this book at home!

There will be no work set on the website next week as it is half term week but there are lots of activities on the BBC Bitesize or Oak Academy that you could do if you wanted to.

Have a fabulous week and half term and I look forward to hopefully seeing you in school again soon!!

Mrs Ashcroft

Summer Term Week 4 W/B 11.5.20-15.5.20

Hi Year 1! I hope that you all had a super VE Day Bank Holiday and enjoyed the celebrations. I loved seeing your pictures on seesaw.

Weekly Timetable 11.5.20

Here is your weekly timetable. Again I could not read the story to you as I have left my copy of the story at school but you can use the you tube version (click on the picture below). The geography and RE power points are also linked below this post.

Remember to keep up with phonics, read lots and use the BBC Bitesize videos and activities to support your learning, particularly maths.

I look forward to seeing your work for the week.

Take care and stay safe,

Mrs Ashcroft

Lesson Presentation Hot and Cold Climates of the World

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Work for School Closure


Your child has been given a workbook, each week, all teachers will set 2 pieces of English, 2 pieces of Maths and a non-core subject activity to be completed in this workbook.

The book also has all the logins and information you need to help you child and keep them entertained.

Here are a list of some of the websites that you can use during this time. There is a comprehensive list in your workbook. Educational Websites

Purple Mash

Education City

Classroom Secrets Kids


Topmarks for Maths


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