Robin Home Learning

01/6/2020 

Hello Robin class!
Welcome back to the summer term! I hope you’ve all had a good half term and had a chance to go outdoors and enjoy the beautiful weather.  I also hope you’ve had time to rest and have fun! We have been so lucky to have lovely sunshine so I have spent lots of time in my garden. Over the bank holiday weekend, I enjoyed a tasty home BBQ with my family. I’ve also been gardening, relaxing, cooking and enjoying nice strolls in my local park.

Thank you again to everyone who has emailed me! I have been really happy to hear from many of you and have enjoyed receiving all your photos and seeing what you have been up to. I especially like all the photos of your home learning.

This week, I would like to mention two stars of the week. They are……ESMIR and GABRIEL!
They have been sending me lots of photos of their super home learning and fun activities and I have been really impressed with them. Well done Esmir and Gabriel!

As always, if you need anything, if you have any questions, or if you just want to say hello or send me a picture of what you are up to, remember you can email me on year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

So here are this week’s activities and tasks.  I hope you enjoyed our topic on the royal family during Summer 1. We are now moving onto a new topic – ‘Where does food come from?’ which I’m sure many of you will love learning about. Soon, you will be receiving a copy of our curriculum newsletter which will give you lots more information about your learning for this half term.

I miss you all and can’t wait to see you all again!

Take care,

From  Miss Joyram

 

List of tasks

English
This week, we will be focusing on poetry. Please answer any questions and complete the following tasks.
1) What is a poem?
2) Visit Bug Club and find and read the poetry book ‘Wizards, Spiders and Castles’.
What is your favourite poem and why?
3) This half term, we will be using the story ‘The Flower’ By John Light to inform our writing. Here is a link to the online version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Pp2z2pc64. We will be reading a few pages each week, so try not to read the whole book at once.
4) Look at the page where Brigg is walking through the city. What can you see? Hear? Smell? Gather some vocabulary linked to our senses.
5) Next, look at the weather in the city picture. Listen to sounds of the rain/thunder and watch videos of rain pouring down. You might find some great videos on YouTube. What does the rain sound like? Feel like? What does thunder sound like? Look like? Gather some vocabulary.
6) Lastly, we would like you to write a short descriptive poem based on the rain/thundery weather. You could even write in rain droplets and create a shape poem. Remember to use all your interesting vocabulary and your poem doesn’t have to rhyme.

Phonics
Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

There are also daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons which are on Youtube. Please find the link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos

Maths

This week we would like you to focus on fractions and money.
1) Can you find ½ of 2, 6, 10, 4, 8, 12, 18, 16, 20, 14?
2) Can you colour in ½ of a circle, rectangle, square and triangle?
3) Can you colour in ¼ of a circle, rectangle, square and triangle?
4) Can you recognise, name and label the value of coins? Draw coins from 1p – £2 and label.
5) Can you solve repeated addition problems using coins – 5p, 2p, 10p?
For example: 2p + 2p + 2p = 5p + 5p + 5p + 5p = 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p + 10p =
You may want to ask a grown up to give you some more sums.
6) Practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s using coins. What are 2 lots of 5p coins? What are 3 lots of 2p coins? You may want to ask a grown up to give you some more problems.

Topic Where does our food come from?
This week, you will be receiving the curriculum newsletter and knowledge organiser for this half term. Please read and discuss these documents with someone. Is there anything you already know? Is there anything you need more practise on? What do you like about this new topic?

Can you design a title page for our new topic? Remember to include the title, drawings and photos. You could also include facts about what you already know and what you would like to find out about.

Ecology – Can you find out about how plants help our school environment? You might like to make a poster.

Music
Learn the song ‘Down at the Station’.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/primary-school-songs-down-at-the-station/zfkvscw
The lyrics are on the screen and you can make up your own actions.

Further Lessons
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 


The website below also gives some great ideas on lessons involving food. https://www.tasteeducation.com/tasted-at-home/

18/5/20 

Good morning Robin class!
I hope that you have had a good week and have done lots of learning and fun activities. 

During the week the weather has been a bit cloudy and a little cold, but the sun came out over the weekend so I was able to spend some time relaxing in my garden. It looks like the weather will be nice today too! This week, I have been busy cleaning and tidying up and catching up on some nice films. I have also tried eating healthier so I have been eating lots of fruits, salad and vegetables. I have tried not to eat too many cakes! I also still go for my local walks and enjoy the fresh air.

I have been really happy to hear from many more of you this week. I have also really enjoyed receiving photos of home learning so I have chosen a star of the week. It was difficult, but this week’s star is……SERDAR!! He has been sending me lots of photos of his brilliant work and fun activities and I have been really impressed with his home learning. He has also been working on Purple Mash and Bug Club too! Well done Serdar! ! I would also like to say a big well done to Nez, Esmir and Sameeha who have also been visiting Purple Mash and/or Bug Club. Please remember to email me on year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk if you need your Purple Mash or Bug Club login details.

So here are this week’s activities and tasks.  I know many of you are finding our topic really interesting and have been trying your very best at home.

Have a great week Robin class!

Best wishes and take care,

Miss Joyram


List of tasks

English
This week, we would like you to complete a grammar lesson and use the prefix un-.
A prefix is a small group or string of letters that can be attached to the start of a root word. When a prefix is added to a root word, the new word will mean ‘prefix meaning + root word’. For example, when the prefix ‘un-‘, meaning ‘not’, is attached to the root word ‘fair’, the new word becomes, ‘unfair’, meaning ‘not fair’.
For this task, we would like you to write sentences using un- words. Here are some un- words which you may want to use:
1) undone
2) unhappy
3) unhelpful
4) unkind
5) unlock
For example, The princess was very unhappy because the horrible dragon burnt all of her beautiful clothes.
Please remember capital letters, phonics, finger spaces and full stops. It would also be great if you could use adjectives and connectives in your sentences.
Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

There are also daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons which are on Youtube. Please find the link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos

Maths 

This week we would like to focus on comparing weights using direct comparison. Can you complete these tasks?
1) Get a bag of sugar and a bag of cotton wool.  Using your arms as a balance move your arms according to which arm would move down because it was heavier and which arm would be up to show it was lighter.
2) Find objects heavier and lighter than a bag of sugar.
3) Find objects heavier and lighter than a bag of cotton wool.
4) Get an apple, a banana and an orange.  Try to think which fruit is the heaviest and lightest. Put them in order.
Compare 3 different objects each time and find the heaviest and lightest.
5) Collect a jug and a plastic bottle and fill them with water.  Then use different sized containers, e.g yoghurt pots, saucepans and investigate how many jugs of water or plastic bottles you might need to fill them. Record your findings on a table.
6) Revise vocabulary associated with capacity – full, half full, nearly full, nearly empty, nearly full. Can you show an example of each?
It would be really nice to see some photos of you completing these activities, so remember to email us at year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk

 

Topic – What have the royals done for us?
This week we will focus on the royal family. Can you find out and write an interesting fact about each member of the royal family? You may want to draw each royal member too!

Draw and create a royal family tree. A family tree is a way of showing the relationship between a number of people within a family. A family tree helps us to tell our family story and share information about our past. How are all the members of the royal family related?

After, you could then create your own tree based on your own family.

You may find this website useful
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23272491

Music
Learn the song ‘When it’s a sunny day’

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/

Talk about all the different types of weather and see how many positive things you can find to say about each one. For example, a windy day might give you the chance to wear your favourite jumper knitted by your granny, or a rainy day means there are lots of puddles to splash in.


Further Lessons
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 


The website below also gives some great ideas on lessons involving food. https://www.tasteeducation.com/tasted-at-home/

 

 

11/5/2020

Hello Robin class!
I hope you have all had a lovely week and have been learning lots of new things.
During the last few days, I have been busy with school work, cooking, cleaning and reading. I have also spent time talking with my friends and family on the phone and on video calls.
As the weather has been nice and the sun has been out, I have also spent time in my garden. Here are some photos of my garden that I thought you’d like to see. The pretty flowers make me feel happy!

Below are this week’s tasks which we would like you to complete. Thank you to all the children who have sent me photos and emails. I have noticed that more of you are emailing me, so if you haven’t done so already, I’d love to hear from you!  I always like hearing about and seeing what you have been up to and of course looking at your brilliant home learning.
It puts a great big smile on my face!

I hope we will see each other soon but until then, take care, stay safe and keep smiling!

From Miss Joyram

List of tasks

English
This week, we would like you to focus on using clues from pictures to answer questions. First, you will need to have a look at the story ‘The Paper Bag Princess’ which can be found on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMFIyNuKhSc or https://mrta.nyc/wp-content/uploads/2015/09 the_paper_bag_princess1.pdf.  Next, find and look at the picture of the princess with the paper bag on. You may want to talk about what has happened with someone you live with. We would then like you to answer the following questions in full sentences. Please remember your capital letters, phonics and full stops. Remember you will need to explain your reasons by using ‘because’.
1) How is the princess feeling? How do you know?
2) How does she know where to find Ronald?
3) Why is she wearing a paper bag?
4) Why does she look scruffy?

Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

There are also daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons which are on Youtube. Please find the link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos
Read the short story below. Can you write down all the ay, ai and a-e words in the story?
Can you write your own story using ay, ai, a-e words? 

Maths 

This week, we would like you to focus on revising number facts and using these to solve additions and subtractions involving 1 and 2 digit numbers. Complete the following sums. You may want to ask someone to give you some more to do!
1) Can you add three 1 digit numbers together by spotting number facts and any doubles?
7 + 1 + 3       8 + 3 + 2       6 + 2 + 6       9 + 4 + 1        4 + 4 + 3      5 + 7 + 5      3 + 8 + 8
2) Can you complete the missing number calculations?
7 + __ =10        8 +___=16       ___ + 8 = 15   12 – ___ = 8      ___ – 6 = 15     24 – ___ = 20

3) Can you add and subtract 10 from/to a 2 digit number? What do you notice?
25 + 10 32 + 10 46 + 10 13 + 10 57 + 10 41 + 10 68 + 10

18 – 10 37 – 10 25 – 10 55 – 10 41 – 10 79 – 10 63 – 10

Topic – What have the royals done for us?
This week we will focus on the Queen’s coronation. Can you find out the following:
1) What is the Queen’s coronation?
2) Can you find out and write 5 interesting facts about the Queen’s coronation?
3) Can you design a crown for the Queen?
4) Look at the following photos and answer the following questions. What are the photos of? When were the photos taken and how do you know? What is happening in the photos? Who do you recognise in the photos?

Music
Learn the song ‘Down at the station’. Can you make up actions to accompany the song?
Talk about a train journey that you can remember, what did you see out of the window?

Where would you like to travel to next?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/primary-school-songs-down-at-the-station/zfkvscw


Further Lessons
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 


The website below also gives some great ideas on lessons involving food. https://www.tasteeducation.com/tasted-at-home/

4/5/2020

Year 1 Summer 1 Curriculum newsletter What have the royals done for us

Year 1 Summer 1 Knowledge organiser What have the royals done for us

Good morning Robin class!
I hope you have all had a nice week and have been able to keep busy with different activities at home.It has been lovely to hear from more of you through our year 1 email and seeing pictures of what you have been doing. I hope to hear from more of you as it always puts a smile on my face.

During this time, exercising and getting fresh air has been really important to me. I am making sure I take part in daily exercise such as walking in my local area. On some days, I just exercise at home with music. I have also been cooking my family lots of nice meals and watching interesting documentaries. I have also been learning from home and have been reading up on different topics.

Below are this week’s tasks which we would like you to complete. Remember, you can show me your work by emailing a photo to me. Try to also visit Bug Club and Purple Mash for more activities. I know it can be difficult learning from home but it is important to try your best to do a little each day. Well done to all the children who have been doing lots of learning at home already!


I miss seeing you all and can’t wait to see you again soon. It has been 6 weeks now and I bet you have all grown so much!

Take care and keep smiling,

From Miss Joyram


List of tasks

English
This week we would like you to describe a character from the story ‘The Paper Bag Princess’. Please spend some time re-capping the story which can be found on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMFIyNuKhSc or https://mrta.nyc/wp-content/uploads/2015/09 the_paper_bag_princess1.pdf.
Read up to the part where the dragon burns the princess’s clothes and takes Prince Ronald. Your task is to draw and colour in pictures of the dragon and then describe the dragon by writing noun phrases next to or around your pictures. For example, gigantic body, pointy teeth.
We would also like you to think about and answer these questions.
What normally happens in fairy tales? Who normally saves who? How is this story different to other fairytales about princes and princesses?

Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

There are also daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons which are on Youtube. Please find the link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos

Maths

This week we would like you to use number facts to solve additions and subtractions involving one and two-digit numbers.
1) Can you complete these addition sums? 13 + 4 = 25 + 2 = 31 + 7 = 44 + 6 = 93 + 2 =
You could then make up your own sums to complete or ask a grown up to give you more.
2) Can you complete these subtraction sums? 16 – 4 = 28 – 3 = 37 – 6 = 44 – 2 = 77 – 5 =
You could then make up your own sums to complete or ask a grown up to give you more.
3) Can you complete the pattern? Write your number bonds to 10 then count on.

For example, 9 + 1 = 10 9 + 2 = 11 9 + 3 = 12
8 + 2 = 10 8 + 3 = 11
7 + 3 = 10 7+ 4 = 11
4) Can you learn your doubles?
2 + 2 = 3 + 3 = 4 + 4 = 5 + 5 = 6 + 6= 7 + 7= 8 + 8= 9 + 9= 10 + 10 =

Maths Poster Competition
This week, a maths poster competition is being launched! This poster will consist of how maths impacts your daily lives and different examples of how you use your maths skills at home! This could include using measuring equipment to weigh ingredients to bake a cake, using written addition and subtraction when creating a shopping list with a budget or counting how many different coloured cars pass the window! 
This competition begins on Monday 4th May and closes on Friday 15th May and is open for pupils of all ages, from Nursery up to Year 6. You could design your poster on the computer or hand draw it on a piece of paper. Please attach your entries to an email (a word document or a photograph of a hand drawn entry) and email them to year5@garfield.enfield.sch.uk. A winner will be selected from each year group and these will be announced on the Garfield website on Monday 18th May, along with the winning entries.

Topic VE Day!
Friday 8th May is a special day to remember! Why? Britain will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of V.E. Day when the guns fell silent at the end of WW2 in Europe. This is a chance to remember and say

“For those who gave so much, we thank you.”

Our veterans and soldiers are now helping us and supporting the NHS in the battle against the Coronavirus. They are still risking their lives or providing amazing inspiration as the hero Captain Tom has done through fundraising. So what can we do to show our support and thanks next Friday? We’d like you to make bunting or a poster to display to celebrate V.E.75 Day. Please take pictures and send them to our school. There is an excellent website to give you lots of ideas and information at www.bbc.co.uk/makeadifference.

Music
Learn the Tadpole song – https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/
Go to week 6 – This is the fourth song on the list.
Talk about the lyrics to this song. What is happening to the tadpole? Add actions to the song. Make up an action for ‘Say “Hello!”’ that is repeated in each verse.
Then, can you be a scared jelly blob in verse 1? Wriggle and nod in verse 2? Be a proud swimmer in verse 3? Be a happy, hoppy frog in the final verse?
Sing the song of the week – you know this one very well!

Further Lessons
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 


The website below also gives some great ideas on lessons involving food. https://www.tasteeducation.com/tasted-at-home/

 

28/4/2020 Purplemash

How to access your Purplemash 2do’s.

How to submit/save your 2do

 

 

 

 

27/4/2020

Letter to Robin class

Hello Robin class!

I hope you are all well and had a good week at home. I also hope that you have continued to enjoy spending time with your families and have been keeping busy. Remember to make sure you are getting some fresh air and exercise to keep yourselves fit and healthy. Every day, I go for a walk in my area. Sometimes I go for a 30 minute walk but sometimes I go for an hour. I always feel much better after a walk, especially when the sun is shining.
I know that lots of you are trying your best with home learning and I understand that this has probably taken some time to get used to. If you would like to ask me any questions regarding your work or would just like to say hello, you can contact me on year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

I miss you all and can’t wait to see you all again!

Take care and keep safe,

From Miss Joyram


List of tasks

English
This half term, we will be using the story ‘The Paper Bag Princess’ By Robert Munsch to inform our writing. This week, we would like you to familiarise yourself with the story.
Here are two links to the online version of the story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMFIyNuKhSc or https://mrta.nyc/wp-content/uploads/2015/09 the_paper_bag_princess1.pdf.
Please read/listen to the story and discuss it with someone. Can you answer the following questions? Please write your answers in full sentences.
1) Who is Elizabeth and where does she live?
2) What happened to Prince Ronald?
3) What did Princess Elizabeth decide to do?
4) How did Princess Elizabeth trick the dragon?
5) Why didn’t they get married in the end?

Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

There are also daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons which are on Youtube. Please find the link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos
Can you use these sounds to complete the words? (ay, air, oi, ou, ai)
1) r _ _ n 2) c _ _ n 3) ch _ _ _ 4) cl _ _ d 5) cr _ _ on
Now write a sentence using each word.

Maths

This week we would like you to focus on practising your understanding of 2-digit numbers and partitioning them into tens and ones. Please see your tasks below:
1) Find 1 more and 1 less than any 2-digit number. For example, 1 more than 18 = 19 and 1 less than 23 = 22.
2) Find 10 more and 10 less than any 2-digit number. For example, 10 more than 18 = 28 and 10 less than 23 = 13.
3) Choose 5 two-digit numbers and identify how many tens and ones are in the number. For example, 14 has 1 lot of ten and 4 ones and 26 and 2 lots of tens and 6 ones.
4) Can you make 2- digit numbers using 10p and 1p coins? For example, to make 12p, I would need one 10p coin and two 1p coins. To make 23p, I would need two 10p coins and three 1p

coins. You could draw and label your coins or do it visually with real coins at home.

Topic – What have the royals done for us?

This week, you will be receiving this half term’s curriculum newsletter and knowledge organiser. Please read and discuss these documents with someone. Is there anything you already know? Is there anything you need more practise on? What do you like about this new topic?

Can you design a title page for our new topic? Remember to include the title, drawings and photos. You could also include facts about what you already know and what you would like to find out about.

Music
Log on to and join in with the lesson on BBC bitesize.
A song about a tiny caterpillar and join in with the actions
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z3ncd2p
Learn the song of the week; Hey Little Frog!
Sing a little every day

Further Lessons
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 



20/4/20

Letter to Robin class

Hello Robin class!
I hope you are all well and enjoying spending time with your family. Over the last weeks a lot of things have changed, but I hope you are keeping busy and still having fun learning new things at home. I am missing everyone in Robin class and often think about what we would be doing if we were in school. I’m sure you have all grown lots!!
As you know, we have a year 1 email address and it has been lovely hearing from some of you. If you would like to send me an email or show me any of your brilliant work, you can contact me on year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I hope you are all spending some time reading books or going onto Bug Club. I regularly go onto Bug Club to check who needs more books so well done to you if you have been reading!
Remember to keep smiling, eat and drink healthily and get regular exercise!
Take care and keep safe

From Miss Joyram


List of tasks

English
Do you have a favourite story? Can you retell your story? Remember to use story language, adjectives, capital letters, full stops, question marks, connectives and exclamation marks.
You could even type up your story or take a photo of it and email it to me!

Practise your handwriting – write out all the lower case letters correctly (abc) and the upper case letters (ABC)
Write these words below using your neatest handwriting. Can you join some of your letters up?
said was then their house she school come


Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

Can you list all the words you can think of with the sounds oi and oy in them?
Can you list all the words you can think of with the sounds ea and ee in them?
Choose 10 words and write a sentence using the word.

Maths

Can you write your 2, 5 and 10 times tables? Can you learn your times tables off by heart? Get someone to test you!
I have also allocated everyone some maths tasks on Bug Club, so aswell as reading your books please look out for maths activities.

Topic

Can you draw, colour in or paint Buckingham Palace?

Can you find out information about Queen Elizabeth? When did she become the Queen? Who did she marry? Who are her children?
Remember to write in full sentences. Can you draw the Queen?

Music
Learn the song ‘Clap hands stamp feet’

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/?

utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=OOTA%20%20Home%20Week%202&utm_content=OOTA%20%20Home%20Week%202+CID_f8daba70db0caa9b45c5ed33b06a49a9&utm_source=Email%20newsletter&utm_term=Start%20The%20Day%20With%20Exercise#monday2

Talk about what sorts of things make you feel all of the emotions at the end of the verses: happy; grumpy; sleepy; ugly; scared?

Daily Lessons – Websites
Here are some great websites with daily lessons consisting of English, maths and foundation subjects. Once you have chosen a website, click on year 1 and then lessons from different subjects will come up on your screen. Choose a subject/lesson and have fun!
Remember these lessons are daily, so you can visit the websites everyday for something new!


https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#schedule 



31st March 2020

Dear parents/carers if you have any problems or queries regarding home learning sent, we have now set up an email that is directed to your class teacher or if you want to send in pictures of work that you have been doing please email: Year1@garfield.enfield.sch.uk

30th March 2020

Letter to Robin class

Hello Robin class! I hope you are all well and keeping busy at home. I know you are missing school and seeing your friends, but remember to keep positive! I hope you are enjoying spending time at home and getting involved in some fun activities.
I have been keeping myself busy at home too!
I’ve been busy tidying up, reading, watching films, listening to music, exercising and going for my daily walk. I’ve also enjoyed cooking and spending lots of time with my family! Remember to spend some time each day completing your home learning packs. I’m sure lots of you, have also been researching the royal family and have found lots of interesting information.
Keep well, keep smiling and take care.

From Miss Joyram

List of tasks

English

It would be really nice to hear from you so could you write a letter to me? What have you been doing at home? How do you feel? What do you miss about school? Have you watched a great film or read an exciting book? Have you played any new games? Have you got any nice news you would like to tell me? You could write your letter on a piece of paper and keep it for me or you could send it to the school email.
Phonics

Remember to visit https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and play lots of free phonics games.

Can you use your phonics to read the words below? Which words are alien and which words are real?

     



Maths

Write all your number bonds to 10 and 20. Think about addition and subtraction.
Challenge: Can you write your number bonds to 100?

Topic

Remember to complete your research on the royals. This term our topic question is ‘What has the royals done for us’? Can you answer this question in your exercise book?

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