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Welcome to Year 1 - St Peter

 

 

Mrs Moore and Mrs Steele would like to say a big well done to all of our class for working so hard at home! It has been so wonderful to see all of your photographs and hear of your news. You have done us, your parents and yourselves proud.

 

Homeschooling will re-commence on Monday 1st June 2020, so check back on our class page for your work then. 

 

For the next week, please rest, keep safe and be happy! smiley

 

We miss you all so much!

 

Teachers: Mrs Steele (Monday and Tuesday) Mrs Moore (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

 

Learning Support Assistant: Mrs Wells

 

Our Class Saint is St Peter; we celebrate his Feast Day on June 29th. St. Peter was the first Pope of the Catholic Church. He was a fisherman and he is one of Jesus' 12 apostles.

St. Peter is the Patron Saint of fishermen, net makers builders.


Prayer to St Peter

O glorious St Peter,

because of your vibrant and generous faith,

sincere humility and flaming love,

Our Lord honoured you with singular privileges

and especially leader of the whole Church.

Obtain for us the grace of a living faith,

a sincere loyalty to the Church,

acceptance of all her teachings,

and obedience to all her precepts.

Let us thus enjoy an undisturbed peace on earth

and everlasting happiness in heaven.

Amen.

Home Learning


We understand that this is an apprehensive time and we want you to know that we are here to ease some of the burden with regard to home schooling. If you do have any further questions, please do contact us via email; year1@holycrossprimary.thurrock.sch.uk. 
 

We would also love to see any photographs that you may take of the children’s work so that we may share and celebrate these on the website. 

Below are some ideas to use alongside the home learning packs sent out by the school. Try to find a quiet place for your child to work, ideally at a table, with limited distractions.

 

Remember that all children work at a different pace and if you feel they are getting restless move on to another task and you can always revisit an activity later.

 

Encourage your child with their work and ask lots of questions. Ensure your child is holding their pencil correctly, thinking about the presentation of their work and taking their time.

 

Remember, the most important thing is for children to enjoy their learning and have fun!

Planets Planets

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Mrs Steele’s A-Z quiz

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Have fun.

Evening story Monday 11th

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Mrs Steele reading a bedtime story. Enjoy!

Home Learning Timetable

Week commencing  - 1/6/2020

 

For this week’s Maths home learning please follow the link to the White Rose Maths resources for Week 6; https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1

The worksheets are now attached in the Additional Resources section below. You do not need a printer to complete the activities. Ask your child to write the answers in their squared exercise book or on a piece of paper.

 

Mrs Steele has set up a class blog on Purple Mash which will give the children a chance to engage with each other a little bit more. She will be posting challenges for the children and will be approving and monitoring messages so the children can communicate only to each other. This is only open to our class. No one else can access it so it is safe for the children. 

 

  Maths English RE/Topic
Mon Lesson 1 - Measure mass

Monday and Tuesday English lessons will be based more on SPaG.

 

Use the Powerpoint in additional resources on Conjunctions 'and' 'or' and 'but'.

 

Activity 1 and 2- Please use Purple Mash to complete Sam and Pat Play Ball and Ned and the Wolf.

 

 

 

Guided Reading - This week and leading into next, the children will be set a chapter book for Guided Reading. This will be a challenge for your child but at this time of the school year we do tend to set challenges that will prepare and ease the children's transition into Year 2.

 

Read together Chapter 1 - 'Darwin Storybook' in Additional Resources. It is perfectly acceptable if you read as your child develops their concentration and listening skills for sustained reading. Ask your child to answer the 'Challenge questions' given at the end of the chapter.

 

 

R.E- Being Sorry 

God helps us to choose well and to be sorry.  God forgives us.

 

Show the  picture in God’s Story 2 page 68 ( see additional resources).  Explain how Jesus was gathering a group of people to help him spread the Good News.  He chose people who would follow him faithfully and would be sorry for when they made wrong choices.  Levi the tax collector was one of those people.

 

This is what happened: One day Jesus saw Levi, the tax collector, sitting at his table collecting people’s taxes. Jesus knew Levi had not always been honest, but still he asked him to follow his way. Levi was really pleased at Jesus’ invitation and he got up and said: ‘Come to my house I am going to have a big party to celebrate.’  Levi changed his ways and became a friend of Jesus.

Based on Luke 5: 27-31

 

 

Activity -  Write a sorry prayer Levi may have said to Jesus. 

 

Computing-  Use Purple Mash coding. Can you make the vehicles go at different speeds by coding.

 

Tues Lesson 2 - Compare mass

Continuing on from yesterday on Conjunctions. 

 

Activity- Complete the worksheet under additional resources. Rather than print it please ask the children to write out each of the sentences with the correct conjunction in it. This will allow your child to improve their handwriting skills as well. 

 

You will also find an activity based on words ending – y and the e-e split digraph making /i:/ sound on Purple Mash. 

 

Guided Reading - Read together Chapter 2 - 'Darwin Storybook' in Additional Resources. It is perfectly acceptable if you read as your child develops their concentration and listening skills for sustained reading. Ask your child to answer the 'Challenge questions' given at the end of the chapter.

R.E.- Jesus forgives us when we make the wrong choice.

 

 Jesus met a chief tax collector, called Zacchaeus.  Share his story with the children God’s Story 2 pages 70-71 ( see additional resources below).  Good News for Zacchaeus, based on Luke 19:1-10.   Display the picture from page 70 and explain that when we make wrong choices like Zacchaeus did, we need to show that we are sorry in some way.

 

 

Levi gave a big party to say he was sorry.   Zacchaeus gave his money to the poor and the people he had cheated to show he was sorry.

Activity- Draw a picture of Zacchaeus and Jesus and retell the story. 

 

P.E-  

Warm up- don't forget to stretch. 

Starter game- how fast can you complete these quick exercises. 

10x star jumps

10x bunny hops

10 x mountain climbers

10x burpees ( look up online).

 

Bollywood for beginners.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emkoMDZZMnw

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weds Lesson 3 - Introduce capacity and volume

This week we are going to learn more about a significant person named Charles Darwin. Does your child recall the name? (He was mentioned in the week before half-term as he had once met Harriet, the Galapagos tortoise, a long time ago). Watch this story about a young Charles Darwin;

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources/elibrary/resource/34300/darwins-lookouts-assemblies

 

Activity - Ask your child to plan a Thinking Walk like a real naturalist, considering how they will respect the plants and other living things and the equipment they will need. Role play and list what you will need - like a waterproof coat, sunhat, pictures of plants to help with identification, Darwin Doodle Books, pencils, magnifiers and bags to collect flowers and plants.

 

Guided Reading - Read together Chapter 3 - 'Darwin Storybook' in Additional Resources. It is perfectly acceptable if you read as your child develops their concentration and listening skills for sustained reading. Ask your child to answer the 'Challenge questions' given at the end of the chapter.

 

 

History/Geography -  Remind your child that for their Guided Reading work this morning they have learnt a little information on how Charles Darwin made his voyage across the world on the HMS Beagle. Tell the children that they are going to go on a journey as Darwin did but first you will look through 'Darwin's voyage' for some more information on the route that he took (Additional Resources).

 

Activity -  Set the activity up appropriate to your circumstances. As there are four places to 'visit' on the voyage - England, South America, Galapagos Islands and Australia, one idea could be to have four stations located inside or outside. There are different discoveries to be made at each which are outlined in 'Darwin's voyage' (Additional Resources). If you don't have access to a printer, just role play each with objects that you can find around your home. During this, your child will map the voyage and key events on each stop of the journey. Please note - Your child does not have to produce a map that is to scale or is too precise. This activity is to develop their concept of place so it should be very pictorial.

Thurs Lesson 4 - Measure capacity

Go on the Thinking Walk planned yesterday - Spend about thirty minutes walking in the school grounds, local park, churchyard or anywhere in the neighbourhood. Try to avoid formal garden planted areas and look for wild native plants (weeds!) 

 

Activity –  

On the walk:

Discover: How many different types of plants can your find during their walk?

Observe: Look closely at some of the plants. What differences can your child see and record?

Record: Using a camera or by drawing in the Doodle Books record some of the different plants that have been found on the walk. Ask your child to think about how the plants are different.

Collect: Ask your child to collect a few appropriate living plants to take back (with the owners’ permission). Try and find a range of types, especially different leaf types.
 

 

Guided Reading - Read together Chapter 4 - 'Darwin Storybook' in Additional Resources. It is perfectly acceptable if you read as your child develops their concentration and listening skills for sustained reading. Ask your child to answer the 'Challenge questions' given at the end of the chapter.

Science - Explain to your child that this week they are going to label the main parts of the human body.

Sing some action songs together such as; Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes, Hokey Cokey, One Little Finger.

Play a game of 'Simon Says' to reaffirm your child's vocabulary, whilst keeping things fun, "Simon says put your hands on your shoulders..."

 

Activity - Use 'The Human Body' worksheet in the Additional Resources' or draw or cut up some magazine pictures of a baby, child and adult. Label the key parts of the body around each -

 head, neck, arm, elbow, leg, knee, 
face, ear, eye, hair, mouth, teeth. 

Fri Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge 

Ask your child for descriptive words about the plants they saw on their walk and have collected - for example: green, gorgeous, big, spiky, hairy, stem, flower. check The Great Plant Hunt website at www.greatplanthunt.org for useful images, videos and interactive games around plant parts.

 

Activity –  Ask your child to write the words onto an outline of a leaf. They can make the outlines by drawing round leaves picked up on the walk or using the ‘Leaf templates’ page (Additional Resources).
 

Guided Reading - Read together Chapter 5 - 'Darwin Storybook' in Additional Resources. It is perfectly acceptable if you read as your child develops their concentration and listening skills for sustained reading. Ask your child to answer the 'Challenge questions' given at the end of the chapter.

Art – Watch 'Art with Mati and Dada – Henri Rousseau | Kids Animated Short Stories in English';

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSUffeCL1HE

Look at his paintings of toucans specifically. See PowerPoint 'Rousseau's jungles - Lesson 3'.

 

Activity - Tell your child that you would like them to create a picture of a toucan inspired by Rousseau's paintings. Do not worry if you do not have any paint, other coloured media will be fine. Ask your child to draw a simple toucan outline, then to draw plants in the background. Outline the images in black pen and colour.

Elsabeth's 'Travel Programme on the Galapagos Islands'

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Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work

Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 1 Eliana's maths work
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 2 Freddie's maths work
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 3 Mohamed's Purple Mash work
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 4 Mohamed completing his home schooling
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 5 Otito completing his home schooling
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 6 Tomi's postcard
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 7 Tomi's science work
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 8 Tomi's science work
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 9 Look how high Philip can jump!
Our Class Gallery - Homeschooling work 10 Philip's Ecuador Fact file

Home Learning Timetable

Week commencing 18/5/2020

For this week’s Maths home learning please follow the link to the White Rose Maths resources for Week 5; https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1

The worksheets are now attached in the Additional Resources section below. You do not need a printer to complete the activities. Ask your child to write the answers in their squared exercise book or on a piece of paper.

 

Mrs Steele has set up a class blog on Purple Mash which will give the children an opportunity to engage with each other through messages that will be approved and monitored by Mrs Steele herself. Please note that this is only open to our class. No one else can access it so please also be reassured that it is perfectly safe for the children.Over the coming weeks, she will also be posting challenges for the children to try.

 

Guess Who?

 

Ask your child to look carefully at this photograph and guess who they think the tortoise might be and why. All will be revealed on Friday...

 

 

Day

Maths        English      

Topic/R.E.

Mon

Lesson 1 - Compare length and height

 

Activity -Adding the prefix (un). 

Look at the Powerpoint in the English Additonal Resources. 

 

Complete the printable worksheet, also in the English Additional Resources and Prefix Magic on Purple Mash.

R.E- New topic- Being Sorry.

Discuss with children how we have choices and sometimes we choose well and sometimes we choose wrongly. 

Discuss what choices children have made and whether they are good choices or bad choices. 

 

KEY WORDS

 choice, happy, sad, disappointed, sorry, forgive, rules, wrong, right, feeling, love.

 

 

Activity-  Create a mind map about Being Sorry. 

Write Being Sorry in the middle of your paper and draw a bubble around it. Write different things about choices and being sorry coming off of the bubble. 

 

Computing- Please see Purple Mash for coding activity. Please follow the instructions set carefully. 

 

 

 

Guided Reading-  . Read the Tour de Yorkshire and complete the questions. Please select the text that best suits your child as the text and questions get more difficult.  ( See in English Additional Resources). 

Tue

Lesson 2 - Measure length (1)

 

 

Activity - 

Spelling, Consonant spellings of 'ph' and 'wh'.

Activity1- Complete the quiz on Purple Mash. 

Activity 2 and 3-  Complete the dictation and LSWCC. See the documents in English Additional Resources.  Parents read sentences to children and children write down the missing word.  

 

Guided Reading -  Read The Queens Birthday and complete the questions. Please select the text that best suits your child as the text and questions get more difficult.  (See English Additional Resources). 

R.E- Being Sorry

 

Discuss choices again as you did yesterday.

 

Activity- Create a list of good and bad choices. 

Write a Sorry Prayer to God. 

 

P.E. - Remember children's exercise is very important. If you are not able to take the children out for a walk regularly please ensure they are accessing some physical exercise.

Use Joe Wicks on YouTube, Cosmic Yoga on YouTube, Just Dance on YouTube. 

Wed

Lesson 3 - Measure length (2)

 

Alliteration is when the first sound or letter for each word in a series of words is the same.

 

The title of our book, ‘Take your Time’ is an example of alliteration!

Ask your child to listen to the story again to find other examples of where the author uses alliteration;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqbNZRrmCGE

 

Here are a few examples from the story that you may have found;

penguin parade

crawly centipedes

slippery snakes

swam steadily

 

Activity - Try to create some alliterative phrases of your own about the animals on the Galapagos Islands

See Additional Resources - Take your Time -Alliteration

 

 

 

Geography - Spend some time looking through an atlas or using Google Earth to understand the position of the Galapagos Islands in relation to Ecuador and the United Kingdom. Read through the information about the Galapagos Islands on the following site; https://primaryleap.co.uk/activity/galapagos-islands 

 

Activity - Then 'Start Activities' to check your child's understanding of the information by getting them to answer the questions. 

 

Thu

Lesson 4 - Introduce weight and mass

 

 

Tell your child that today they are going to write a postcard from Harriet telling all the other tortoises about her adventures on the other islands. Think back to the work on the adjectives for a setting from last week and the work on alliteration from this week. Encourage your child to include these in their writing today. They should also use time connectives and write consistently in the past tense.

 

Activity - There is a 'Postcard template' attached in the Additional Resources if you wish to use. 

 

Dear Friends,

I have had a brilliant time visiting the other islands. First, I swam with dancing dolphins in the sea. Then, I

Next, I

After that, I

Finally, I

 

Science - Read through the word bank of body parts for different animals from 'Animal Bodies' (Additional Resources). There are 20 different body parts in the word bank, including head, tail, beak, leg and wing. Check that your child understands the terminology before starting the activity.


Activity - Draw and label the different body parts of at least four animals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fri

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

 

Refer back to the photograph at the top of the class page. Of course the tortoise is indeed Harriet! She was a real-life tortoise that was taken from the Galapagos islands at 5 years old and then lived in Austrailia Zoo until she was 176 years old! She met two significant individuals in her lifetime, a man named Charles Darwin and another named Steve Irwin. Both are significant for their work in animal research. We will be learning more about significant animal researchers over the next few weeks.

 

Activity -  For now, I would like your child to imagine that they are an animal researcher and can travel to any place in the world to research an animal of their choice. Where would they go? What animal will they research? Use one of the 'Animal researcher' worksheets in the Additional Resources to make links between English, Geography and Science to complete the activity today.

 

 

Art - Recap some of the artwork created by Henri Rousseau. Look at his paintings of tigers specifically. See PowerPoint 'Rousseau's jungles - Lesson 2'.

 

Activity - Tell your child that you would like them to create a picture of a tiger inspired by Rousseau's paintings. Do not worry if you do not have any paint, other coloured media will be fine. Ask your child to draw a simple tiger outline, then to draw plants in the background. Outline the images in black pen and colour.

 

 

Religious Education

Picture 1

As we enter into May, it would be wonderful if you could share with your child that as Catholics we dedicate the whole of this month to Mary. Maybe you could take this time to learn the Hail Mary prayer with your child, talk about the rosary and create some artwork dedicated to Our Lady.

 

Brentwood Catholic Youth Society (BCYS)

 

BCYS can now offer everything on YouTube as well as Instagram. YouTube can be accessed without any sort of account and they have taken off the comments so that there should be no unsuitable content (although please bear in mind that they can’t control the adverts).

 

The YouTube channel direct link is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBuTWplUUonmBuJVlRpEzPw . It is also possible to find them by going to youtube.com and searching for “Brentwood Catholic Youth Service.”

 

The Instagram Livestream can be accessed on the Instagram App, and then simply locate BrentwoodCYS.

 

They have a number of opportunities in the weeks ahead;

 

Sunday, 3rd May, 10.30am Mass where we will be joined by Bishop Alan with a special homily for those who were due to be Confirmed at Pentecost. It is Good Shepherd Sunday so we will also be thinking about vocations, and who God is calling us to be. https://bcys.net/events/confirmandi/  

 

From 3rd – 31st May, 4.32pm each day, “Acts 4:32.” Current and former Walsingham House Team members reflect on a Saint that inspires them, in 90 second videos, designed to help each of us to think about how the Saints would encourage us to act in this time of lockdown. The videos will be released at 4.32pm each afternoon.

 

Wednesday 6th May, 8pm Youth Mass in conjunction with the Brentwood Catholic Children’s Society. To be in isolation and lockdown tests all of us – abnormal times can lead to abnormal feelings, mood swings, and many other elements that challenge our mental health. We are built to be relational, and “social distancing” feels unnatural because it is. Many young people already struggle with mental health, in themselves or their friends, and so during this Mass we will be sharing tips and hints from the BCCS to help during lockdown and as lockdown eases.

 

Sunday 31st May, Pentecost Sunday – a special message for Pentecost from Bishop Alan.

Phonics and Early Reading

Phonics and Early Reading 1

It is vital that your child continues to read for at least fifteen minutes each day. This means you will need to listen to them read and ask lots of questions to ensure that they understand the content of the text and the vocabulary in the book they are reading. Remember to also read to your child too - story times play a big part of the school day and support learning in all areas of the curriculum. 
 

You should have your child’s login for Oxford Reading Buddy;

https://www.oxfordreadingbuddy.com/uk

Please inform us if you do not.


Phonics Play is a useful phonics site that we use in school to support our phonics learning;
Phonics Play – https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
 

Teach Your Monster To Read – https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/

 

 

Maths

Maths 1

Connect 4 Addition and Subtraction Games, KS1

The Connect 4 games are fantastic for helping children become fluent with addition and subtraction facts within 20. Also, some great opportunities for strategic thinking!

Multiplication

Multiplication 1

Before using Times Table Rock Stars with your child, we would recommend that you introduce the concept of Multiplication through practical activities first. Above are some ideas, but do feel free to come up with some of your own!

 

The sequence of how Multiplication is introduced in Year 1 is through grouping objects and pictures initially before then moving onto repeated addition and arrays. The ‘x’ is introduced through the vocabulary of ‘lots of’. 

 

If you have any further questions, do please contact us.

 

Times Tables Rock Stars - www.ttrockstars.com

Creative writing

Creative writing 1

In year 1, we try to base our writing tasks around stories and topics that will interest and engage the children.
 

Use this time as an opportunity to develop this with your child. One example could be based around a superhero. If you know that your child likes Spiderman, ask them to draw a picture of Spiderman and then write a simple character description.

 

At this stage we look for quality rather than quantity. Check that your child is using their phonic knowledge to write words. Ensure that they using correct letter formation, full stops, capital letters and finger spaces. 

Non-screen activities

Non-screen activities 1

Online Resources
 

We have also complied a list of free online resources to support your children through the school closure.

To ensure that the activity is appropriate for the age of your child, please supervise your child as they are working online.

 

Primary Stars – https://plprimarystars.com/
Prodigy Maths Interactive Games – https://www.prodigygame.com/

Topmarks Interactive Games - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/
Twinkl – https://www.twinkl.co.uk/
BBC Bitesize- https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

 

Hi Everyone, we hope you are all enjoying the Easter Break, especially under the current circumstances. I have been compiling links to different websites and facebook pages that have lots of different ideas for creative activities, as well as, academic activities and virtual activities. Please take a look at some of them and share any activities you do by sending pictures to the class email. 

 

English

www.spellingframe.co.uk- Choose a spelling rule then choose to either practise the spelling or take a test with those words. All words are read aloud (make sure your sound is turned up) and provided within a sentence for context.

 

P.E

www.youtube.com/JoeWicksforkids-  Daily P.E. lessons 

https://www.transfitathens.com/transfitblog/2015/07/21/kids-get-active-family-couch-to-5k-program?fbclid=IwAR1SqxZ1WC7newIpVLYk_wU3qld_WPOqr3DC1BAwYmXFxnUKe_xiccRXdYQ- Kids improving fitness.

www.youtube.com/cosmickidsyoga- Yoga

www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers

 

Creative Ideas

https://www.facebook.com/IdeasAndFun- This link has lots of home made ideas using lots of items that you may already have at home. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bestideasforkids-  This link also has lots of simple creative ideas using everyday objects you may have lying around the house.
https://www.facebook.com/Disneyland Fans Paris- This link has lots of Disney colouring ideas and paper doll dressing including Star Wars characters.

https://www.thekeeperofthecheerios.com/2015/02/disney-princess-footprint-craft.html-  Footprint painting to create Disney princes.

www.familydaystriedandtested.com/milk-carton-bottle-jar-idea-  Using milk bottles and jars to create different things. 

https://www.instructables.com A community link of people that like making things. 

www.facebook.com/theartfulparent-  More art ideas.

Maths

https://www.weareteachers.com/things-to-do-during-covid-  Maths ideas and other subject ideas e.g. create graphs/ observe wildlife etc. 

https://www.prodigygame.com- Maths learning

 

Science

www.mudandbloom.com- Inspiring children to connect with nature.

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2020/03/nature-detectives/

https://www.crestawards.org/…- Science awards to complete at home.

https://mysteryscience.com/…-  Science experiments

 

Cooking

https://www.raddishkids.com- Cooking ideas 

https://tasty.co/article/melissaharrison/cooking-with-kids- More cooking recipes

 

Modern Foreign Languages

Https://www.duolingo.com/…-  Learn a new language

 

Computing

https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/projects/games/?fbclid=IwAR3pgdHNsTS-6EzVVRvWOTQ_UWPJyVzO7JAR6IPDqp1Nz1QMnuhWdOW_WNE- Programming

Other exciting links

https://www.facebook.com/longleat    https://www.longleat.co.uk/- Longleat Safari Park have been offering virtual tours and live links to view the animals at the park. The app also provides lots of very interesting information and quizzes about animals. 

www.filmedonstage.com-  This website offers free streaming of different theatre shows.

www.toytheater.com- Interactive educational games.

https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/mobilebasic?fbclid=IwAR2qEestQY8fMLfywSTmHzNsFH_FOlzheJqsjmvQAxf_8YK3QaIEamU2DII- Virtual fieldtrips.

https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours?fbclid=IwAR3LsHKx9qt3Ls042JRpiKLRMfM_vSZIsMvpsSv3lu_Er0SZArGaCisXGZU-  12 museum virtual tours

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/about-blue-peter-badges?fbclid=IwAR0P83yHhxi9Ayl2IqNtP4T-cJsVb7Lwc_Avaq5nYBUd8sc9I9-RaCL0UUM- Earn a Blue Peter Badge

https://www.natgeokids.com-  Links to Science, History, Geography 

 

I will be adding work details for next Monday and Tuesday over the coming days. Please do not feel like you have to start it now with the children as they do need a break too. It will just be there ready. 

 

Mrs Steele. 

St. Peter's Curriculum Letters

Glossary of Grammar Punctuation and Spelling

Year 1 Writing Skills

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