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The Federation of St Edmund's and St Joseph's Catholic Primary Schools

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St Edmund's & St Joseph'sCatholic Primary Schools

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Year 1

3/4/20 Hello everybody and welcome to the Year 1 home learning page.

It's great to see how busy you have all been again this week - we've seen pictures of you completing the tree activities, drawing rainbows and other art and craft activities, doing yoga, labelling how a bean grows, gardening, cooking Easter nests, activities and pictures form the Incredible Animals book and learning about flags and other countries! We have also enjoyed reading the collaborative stories that were on Twitter written by a whole team of authors! Wow and well done to you all! It's so great to see and hear about what you are up to and we really miss seeing you all. We will keep you up to date with what we are up to in our weekly diaries so don't forget to look out for those below!

We have uploaded a new suggested learning sheet for next week - week three. We hope you enjoy the Easter and Spring based activities! Remember, these are suggested activities to fit in when you can, alongside other things that you do with your family. 

 

 

Activities that can be dipped into at any time -

www.oxfordowl.co.uk has a good range of free ebooks and activities. This is in our suggested home learning - we will choose a different book each week from this site. For maths you can use Mathletics and Numbots,  and also https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/  to access video clips and daily Maths activities.  

The maths, spellings, phonics, art and dice games resources below have lots of ideas so you could choose different activities each week to help you. We have also downloaded a copy of the our school prayers so you can say and sing these at home.

We hope that you and your families are all staying safe and well. We miss you very much and want you to know that we are keeping you all very much in our thoughts and prayers.

Take care,

Mrs Mulligan, Mrs Rushbrook, Miss Bridge,  Mrs Stuart and Mrs Walker