A Message from Miss Murphy....
Happy Monday Year One and welcome to a brand new week! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend at home with your families and loved ones. I can't wait to see more wonderful work from you this week on the blog- make sure you keep posting!
You may notice that the class page looks a little different this week- I have made a loom video below where you can see me taking you through the new layout of the class page. I inform you of where everything is and what work you need to complete daily. I will be making a brand new video for the start of the week every Monday so make sure you keep tuning in! This week we start a brand new topic of Length in Maths, we will be focusing on a mix of Reading and Writing for English and we are learning about different Bible Stories in RE. It is also Children's Mental Health Awareness Week- there is an assembly for you to watch and enjoy and a website with lots of free resources and activities in the 'Extra' section of this page. Make sure you check out our Guided Meditations which we will using to finish off our learning every day this week.
Have a fantastic Monday everyone!
Monday Assembly- Mental Health
This week marks Children's Mental Health Awareness Week. Please click on the picture to access the Mental Health Assembly for Monday 1st February.
Please click on the picture to go to the Collective Worship we are doing in class this week.
Keeping Fit and Active
Can you complete the Joe Wicks Workout for Children this morning? Click on the picture of Joe above to begin!
Then play a Phonics Games off the Phonics Games Website below. Click on the link to access the games and HAVE FUN!
Phonics Games Website- TopMarks
Click on the picture to access the lesson for today.
Complete the following reading comprehension from the PPT below about Fish and Chips. Read the text and answer the quick read questions. There is also a writing challenge for you to complete.
Complete the following writing activity from the PDF document below. Read or listen to the story and then complete the writing activity.
RE- Being A Good Samaritan
Read the PPT document below and the story of The Good
Samaritan below. The Story is in a PDF format that you can read along with the pictures on the PPT. Then think about how you can be an example of a Good Samaritan in your life- what would you need to do? Could you help the sick, be kind to people, give money to charity etc? There are pictures on the lesson PPT and below to help you. Write 5 sentences about what you can do in your life to be a Good Samaritan and draw some beautiful pictures to go with your work.
Daily Mile- Get Moving!
This is your daily reminder to have a break from your work and to keep healthy and active! You need your exercise so make sure you now run around your garden for 15 minutes or go on a 30 minute walk.
It is time for you to practise your Maths and Phonic Reading Skills online. Click on the pictures to go straight to the websites.