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Hi Year 1!

The home learning is based on the teaching and learning that the children would be receiving in class with many of the activities being the same wherever possible. Over the course of the week, we ask that the children complete as many of the home learning tasks as possible. Home learning will be placed on the school website weekly and is for those children who are having to self-isolate at home. (There will also be homework set, this can be found by clicking on the Homework tab).


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We have some new learning and fun activities for you to do at home this week. 


                          Home Learning           Date 28.09.20

Literacy lesson 1

This week we are reading ‘Supertato’ by Sue Hendra. You  can listen to the story here;





Did you enjoy the story?

What was your favourite part? Why?

Who was your favourite character? Why?


Literacy lesson 2

An adjective is a describing word. Draw a picture of Supertato and label it with as many adjectives as you can think of.

Include his looks (round) and clothes (red cape) as well as his personality (brave). Count how many sounds you here in a word then write them down.

Maths lesson 1

Write down numbers 0-10 on post-its or cards. Can you put them in order? Close your eyes and ask your adult to take one number card away. Do you know which number is missing?

Extra challenge at the bottom of the page.

Maths lesson 2

Use your number cards from the previous lesson. Pick one. What is one more than that number?

Extra challenge at the bottom of the page.

Science lesson 1

Go into your garden/balcony or sit by an open window. What sounds can you hear? Write or draw them in a list.

What part of our body do we use to hear?

Science lesson 2

Ask an adult to pick some salty, sweet, bitter and sour foods for you to try. Write or draw what foods you tried. Did you like or dislike them? Why? What other words can you think of to describe what you tasted.

What part of our body do we use to taste?

If you would like to send in photographs of your home learning, send them to and put your class and teacher's name in the subject.



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Below are some really useful websites that will help support your
child's learning at home. These are updated regularly so do check in!


You will find activity ideas to develop children's knowledge of number, shape, space and measures. 

BBC bitesize are uploading daily content to support home learning -

Literacy - username: march20 password: home - A great free resource for reading across the phonics phases on all levels in a fun comic style.


Useful websites

Art activities:

Videos :