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St Nicolas

Church of England Primary School, Abingdon

Year 1 (Class 4)

Welcome to Year 1
(Class 4)

 

Home Learning opportunities!

 

There are many ways you can work at home, with many different online resources, websites and games you can explore.  Below is a list of really great places to find activities and learning to keep you busy if you’re stuck at home with nothing to do!

 

There are loads of super learning based games at BBC Bitesize covering a range of different subject areas:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/z3g4d2p      

 

There are lots of resources you can print and take part in at home on Twinkl.  They have put together this home learning pack which can be downloaded here:

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/year-1-school-closure-home-learning-resource-pack-t-e-2549910

 

Lightbot is a fun coding game to support the ICT curriculum.

https://lightbot.com/hour-of-code.html

 

You can always log on to Purple mash and use your login, which is in your red home learning books.

 

SEE BELOW FOR PHONICS PLAY  and TEACH YOUR MONSTER TO READ LINKS.

Jigsaw PHSE: Jigsaw PSHE have provided these free materials to help support children and families during lockdown. Below are two links to stories with activities. The stories are suitable for children 5 +.

 

https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home-1/

https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home-2/ 

Term 1 - Superhero Me!

 

The children have settled in well to Year 1 and made a great start to our new topic. With capes made, masks decorated and muscles warmed up, we have embarked on many Superhero missions -  a superhero treasure hunt, Supertato making, Superveg assembling, trap building (for those pesky evil peas!), vegetable exploring, and completing many rescue missions, to name a few!

We have been learning about a Superhero from the past: Florence Nightingale. The children enjoyed acting out scenes from Scutari hospital playing wounded soldiers and helpful nurses.
Some real life Superheroes have come to visit Year 1 this week. The children wrote questions to ask in order to find out more about the jobs these people do: a paramedic, a police officer and a caretaker.
On Monday, as part of Book Week, a local author David Melling visited Year One. He shared some of his stories about his main character Hugless Douglas and showed the children how to sketch this loveable bear. Look at their amazing drawings...

Term 3 -Paws, Claws and Whiskers

 

During this term, we will be learning all about animals.

We had such an exciting morning in Year 1 when Herb, Mrs Kelly's whippet, visited us in class. The children were incredibly well behaved and asked such lovely questions all about how he is looked after as a pet. If the children wanted to, they were able to give Herb a stroke and get a closer look. Thank you Herb for being so well behaved!!
Mrs R Kelly (Teacher)
Mrs H Bower (Teacher)
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