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Hartshill Calendar Competition

 

Would you like to see your photograph or picture included in this year’s Hartshill and Harpfield’s calendar? If so, we would like you to take a photograph or draw or paint a picture that represents your experience of life in the area during the Covid-19 lock-down. All entries need to be emailed to your class teacher by Monday 6th July along with the parental consent form (which can be downloaded below). All rules can also be viewed on the information sheet.

Entries will fall under three age categories:

6 years and under             7-9 years               10-12 years

One book token prize will be given out to the best picture/photograph in each age category

 

Click below for the downloadable information sheet and consent form:

Information sheet and consent form

 

C Yr 1

 

Hi Year 1, 

Happy Summer 2 term. I hope you had a lovely half term and you are ready for our new topics, 'Around the World' and 'Plants'.  

Remember to be kind to each other and make special memories as a family. Click here for 100 things to do indoors together with your family.

Take care, 

Mrs Hellawell 

Catholic Life 

Look on the Catholic Life page (https://stthomasaquinascatholicprimaryschool.sites.schooljotter2.com/catholic-life)

for prayer and liturgy ideas that you can do at home and other RE resources.

 

Parents please use the email provided to email me with any questions, advice or additional/adapted resources. Feel free to send me photographs of completed work. It's lovely to hear from you all! 

YouTube Challenge: Phonics Game and Alien Biscuit

Here are the previous Phonics Screening Checks for you to use. The usual pass mark is 32/40.

Phonics Screening 2017        Answer sheet 2017

Phonics Screening 2018       Answer sheet 2018

Phonics Screening 2019       Answer sheet 2019

 

Maths      Letter from Mrs Moorhouse (Maths lead) - White Rose Maths

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TTRS

Practise counting in 2's, 5's and 10's

When you know those sequences, access TTRS and practise your timetables using your personal username and password.

MyMaths 

NumBots

Please access your personalised area using your username and password. 

 

If you need usernames and passwords, please email me.  

Year 1 White Rose 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

BBC Bitesize now follows the same objectives as the White Rose Maths. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-and-p2-lessons/

Click below for the White Rose lesson sheets 

Week 11

  4

Answers

1  2   3  

Week 10

  4

Answers

1  2   3  

Week 9

  4

Answers

1  2   3  

Assertive mentoring

Click here for Weekly skills check 13 (29/6/20-13/7/20)

Answers check 13

 

 Click here for Weekly skills check 12 (15/6/20-29/6/20)

Answers check 12


   Click here for Weekly skills check 11 (1/6/20-15/6/20)

 

Answers check 11

 

Click here for: Weekly skills check 10 (18/5/20-1/6/20)

 

Answers to check 10

Allow your child to complete once with no support, then work through the questions that are incorrect and then repeat the skills check again the following week. 

English   Click here for Ruth Miskin live phonics lessons Year 1 = Set 2 and 3 

Monday 29th June

Tuesday 30th  June

Wednesday 1st July

Thursday 2nd July

Friday 3rd July

Set 2 – air

Set 3 – i-e

Reading longer words – oo/u-e/ew

Hold a sentence 2

Set 2 – ur

 Set 3 – o-e

Reading longer words – or/aw

Hold a sentence 2

Set 2 – ou

 Set 3 – u-e

Reading longer words – air/are

Hold a sentence 2

Set 2 - oy

Set 3 – aw

Reading longer words – ir/ur/er

Hold a sentence 2

Set 2 – ay (restart)

Set 3 – are

Reading longer words – ou/ow

Hold a sentence 2

 

Spellings 06/07/2020

Please practise the spellings below, write them in fun ways using chalk, in sand, in different colours. 

Group 1 (ore/aw)

more, before, shore, saw, draw, claw

Group 2  (rule ed, ing, er)

hunting, hunter, hunted,    jumping, jumper, jumped

 Click here for rainbow spell

Can you write a sentence using each word? Remember:

capital letters

full stops

finger spaces

adjectives

proper nouns

'and' or other conjunctions

Phonics

Use the phonics booklets sent home to practise the Set 2 and 3 phonemes.

Can you read the real and alien words?

Can you create your own alien words and aliens? I'd love to see a photograph of them via email! 

additional free phonics websites|:

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Reading 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

https://collins.co.uk/pages/big-cat-ebooks

Parents need to sign up but there are a selection of activities and e-reader books linked to the different book bands for you to read online.

 Please read as much as possible, read books to your parents, ask parents to read books to you, too! 

Read, read, read. 

Science

PLANTS

6/7

Can you eat different parts of a plant? 

Leave-lettuce

Flower- cucumber/tomato

Stem- celery

root- carrot

29/6

Purple Mash- Describe how plants grow.

22/6

Purple Mash - Plant diary 

15/6

Plants/Flowers

Click here: Identifying and describing garden plants slide show

Task: Label the different types of plants

Trees

Click here: Identifying and naming trees slideshow

Task: Match the different trees

Task: Go on a walk and see which trees you can identify.

Click here: Make a leaf identification sheet 

Purple Mash - Label the leaves

8/6 

Purple Mash - label the flower/s 

1/6

Click here to play the BBC Bitesize part of a plant video

Go on a walk around your local area or to a park. 

What plants can you see?

Draw and label a plant with the following words:

flower

petal

stem

leaf

roots

 

Plants- Using the sunflower, we planted on Friday (20th March) record growth in the diary sent home. Label your diagram and write a sentence about what your observe. 

Topic 

AROUND THE WORLD

Click here for Oak academy lesson: What is North America like?

Click here for Buddy visits the Antarctica slideshow

Click here for worksheets

Click here to pack a suitcase for Antarctica

29/6

Click here for Oak academy lesson: What is North America like?

Click here for Buddy visits the USA slideshow

Click here for worksheets 

22/6 

Click here for Oak academy lesson: What is South America like?

Click here for Buddy visits Brazil slideshow

Click here for Acrostic Brazil poem 

15/6

Click here for Oak academy lesson: What is Australia like?

Click here for the slide show- Buddy visits Australia

Click here for Buddy visits Australia worksheet or make your own fact file about Australia. 

Purple Mash - label the continents activity 

8/6 

Click here for Oak academy lesson: What is Asia like?

Click here for the slide show- Buddy visits China

Click here for Buddy visits China worksheet or make your own fact file about China. 

1/6

 Click here- What is a continent lesson. 

Click here - What is Europe like lesson.

 Task: label the continents on a world map

World map - label

Read through the Buddy goes to France PowerPoint and draw/write about he sees on his visit. 

PowerPoint 

Worksheet   

RE

6/9

Discuss who is God's family. Draw a picture of a church, inside write all the people who make up God's family- the church e.g. children, adults, babies, priest, deacon, Bishop etc  

On the outside record what we do as part of God's family e.g. show kindness, love one another, pray, listen to the word of God etc

29/6

Sharing Jesus Life

Look at the PowerPoint. What stories can you remember about Jesus' life?

Click here for the worksheet or you can draw your favourite miracle, happiest and saddest story and explain why. 

22/6

Share the Call of the disciples. 

Click to watch a cartoon

Draw a fish, write your name, decorate and write the qualities that you have of a good disciple. 

 e.g kind, trustworthy, loving, caring, 

15/6

Friday 19th June- Feast of The Sacred Heart

Click here: to read about  'The Feast of The Scared Heart' and colour. 

 8/6

Click here for the Call of the Disciples PowerPoint. 

Retell the story through artwork, writing or even act out the story. 

Pentecost

1/6

Read the PowerPoint about Pentecost.

Simpler version 

Task: Pretend you were one of the disciples, write about how you felt, what you saw and what happened. 

Use the exercise book sent home.

18/5

Click to read the Powerpoint and task (Gifts of the Holy Spirit)

Prayer template

Art/DT

6/7

Draw a penguin and colour using wax crayon. Compete the experiment below:

Click here for 'How Penguins stay dry' experiment. 

29/6

Can you make an American pinwheel?

Click here for the instructions and template 

22/6

Click here for the Brazil Carnival PPT

Click here for a carnival mask template. 

15/6

Create some Aboriginal art work (dot painting)

Click here for instructions or create your own.

 

8/6

Make a Chinese dragon.

Click here for dragon instructions. 

1/6 

Make a flag from a European country.

PE

Stoke City activities

https://www.stokecityfc.com/community/home-learning/

 

Online daily fitness lessons at 9a.m. can be accessed via https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

 

Supermovers (Physical fun sessions linked to curriculum learning) accessed via https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-collection/zbr4scw

 

Folk dances all over the world(Learn 4 different dances:African, Greek, Irish, Indian)

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01w6d09

 

More PE weblinks:

 

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/60-second-physical-activity-challenges

 

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/pe-home-learning

 

https://www.kessp.com/page/?title=PE+at+Home&pid=45

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtASj5d2Ryw&list=PLYGRaluWWTojV3An2WEgsQ4qGFy_91jDL

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