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Year 1 - May 12th 2020​​​​​​​

Please note this is a guide of what children will be doing in school, there is no requirement for all of these tasks to be completed each day! Timings are just a guide, do what suits you and your child each day.

Learning Timetable



20 minutes


Read your reading book but not all the way to the end… or why not try the OxfordOwl? With access to free levelled books. Click here

Task: can you predict what is going to happen next?

1 hour


Use the link below and complete Summer Term- Week 4 - Lesson 2 Click here to access WhiteRoseMaths

We are aware that White Rose Maths have stopped their free worksheets that support their videos. Here is the link to BBC Bitesize where you can find additional activities and resources linked to the videos from White Rose Maths. If you go on the White Rose Maths website they too have the link to the relevant BBC pages that match the video for the day.


15 minutes

Spelling Practice

Summer term week 4 - words ending in aw /au

1 hour


This week we are going to be looking at a traditional Fairy Tale, The Princess and the Frog.

You can listen to the story here

Or log on to OxfordOwl to read the story here (you will need to create a free login if you haven’t already done so).

Task: Make a list of adjectives to describe the prince, princess or any other character. You are going to need these tomorrow to write a character description. Remember lists go down the page. If you need some help remembering what adjectives are, watch this video clip. 

We have also created an additional list for writing ideas.

Lunch Break

20 minutes


Watch the videos Mrs Jones put on twitter

Practice all your sounds phase 2, 3 and 5

Have a go at this phonics game

You can also still log on to Phonics play.

Choose a different game each day.  Remember to practice all phases.

Username: march20          Password: home

1 hour

CURRICULUM (You won’t need a computer for this)

ICT: Algorithms – An algorithm is a precise sequence of instructions, or set of rules, for performing a task. There are many opportunities in everyday life that need a sequence of instructions such as cleaning your teeth, getting dressed or making a sandwich.

Watch Mrs. Jones read ‘There was an old lady who swallowed a fly’ or read this version.

1) Make number cards 1-7 and lay out on the floor. Sing the song together again. Ask: your child to help you move the animals to each number in order. For example, the first creature in the song was a fly so your child should place the fly next to the number 1.

2) Put the animals back in a random order. Sing the song again, stopping before each new animal is mentioned. Can your child guess (predict) which one comes next and place it next to the right number?

3) Ask: your child to close their eyes while you remove one of the animals. Can they work out which one is missing? Where does it appear in the sequence? Repeat again, possibly removing more than one animal at a time.

  • Extra Challenge: Ask your child to create story cards and sequence the order of another story or song they are familiar with.

10 minutes

Doodle Maths

Log in to DoodleMaths and complete the extras set by your teachers.

30 minutes

PE with Joe