NPCAT Schools Latest COVID-19 Information

Year 1

Year 1

Welcome to the Year 1 page!

Our Year One teachers are Mrs Teasdale, Mrs Rovardi and Miss Stamp.

                   

Our teaching assistants are Miss Dunnakey and Mrs McLean.

Covid19 Update

We are all experiencing a very difficult time at the moment however you are all coping and managing so well with the shift to the online Google Classroom.

A huge WELL DONE to you all for logging on and commenting/completing

tasks. We are very proud of you all.

Keep logging into the Google Classroom daily and checking for new posts

as we will be posting regular updates throughout the day every day.

Keep your selves safe, stay at home as much as possible and keep washing your hands.

Hopefully we will see you all very soon.

With love from, Mrs Rovardi, Miss Stamp and Mrs Teasdale.

Resources for School Closures

Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl have free e-Books on their website to help your child with their reading during school closures.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=Age+5-6&level=&level_select=&book_type=&series=#

Where Next Dinky and The Colourbot.docx

E-Book (Free Download)

A Southampton intensive care nurse has created a book for children about everything that is going on at the moment and the big changes happening to children’s routines.

The book is attached to this post so you can share it with your child if you wish.

Oxford University Press have also posted a picture book about worries children may have about the changes happening.

CAFOD Virtual Liturgy

https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Children-s-liturgy

Cafod are providing virtual liturgy’s each Sunday that you can watch and take part in from your own home. While we cannot gather together in person due to coronavirus, we can still come together as a community through prayer.

Updates from Google Classroom

Freddy’s landscape drawing

Comic strips in English

Constance’s artwork

Scrapbook for Lockdown 2020

Florence Nightingale:

It would have been Florence Nightingale’s 200th Birthday on 12th May so we thought it would be a nice idea to learn all about her and why she is a significant person in history!

VE Day

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr

Sierra’s hope poster

Ena’s hope poster

William’s poster of hope

 

Here are some inspirational images, quotes and scripture that you might find comfort in at the moment. St Edward’s family – we are here for you.

Football and maths – what dreams are made of!

Theo’s football maths!

Bingo in the garden!

Airport runway fun!

Patrick’s land of toys

Ena’s candy toy land

William’s virtual world

William’s virtual world

A book review from Rudy! What lovely handwriting and presentation!

A letter to the Queen from Theo to celebrate her birthday.

A great science investigation from one of our pupils. You look very professional with those goggles on!

Elsie achieved her first Rainbows badge of lockdown by creating this wonderful house for a hedgehog.

 

Theo’s Book Review

William’s geography work

William’s geography work

Good use of reading skills in an Easter egg hunt!

Imperative verbs!

Fantastic number line work!

Beautiful home made palm leaves.

Chicken Licken

Number lines

Number line work!

WANTED!

Chicken Licken

Chicken Licken

Recognising coins

Identifying coins

Chicken Licken

Chicken Licken

Little Red Riding Hood

Getting creative

Getting creative at home!

Painting eggs

Painting eggs

Geography map work

Geography map work

Elliott created a delicious cake for Little Red Riding Hood’s Grandma!

Theo’s cake for Grandma sounds absolutely wonderful!

Patrick wrote a story about his favourite footballers!

A beautiful poster showing support for the nation and the NHS!

Wilfred enjoyed playing games and doing jigsaws with his brothers!

Number bond work from Google Classroom!

Phonics work from Google Classroom

A beautiful rainbow for the window.

A brilliant WANTED poster to help find the Big Bad Wolf!

Learning about the organs inside the human body.

Working hard with money!

Patrick’s flag work!

Adding the value of coins.

Physical Education

Please ensure that all of your child’s clothes (and shoes) are labelled, even ties!

Please ensure that your child’s PE kit is in school each Monday morning and taken home each Friday night.

Homework

At this age listening to stories and regular support with reading are particularly important. Homework is also sent home on a Friday and is to be returned the following Thursday.

Spring Term 2020

Sports Relief 2020

Year 1 enjoying Supermovers as part of Sports Relief activities!

World Book Day 2020

What brilliant costumes! We had a great day sharing stories and talking about our favourite characters.

In Year 1 we have been learning to tell the time to o’clock and half past.

Geography

We have been talking about the equator and used chalks to draw it on the Earth outside on the playground.

                               

 

 

We have been talking about division and learning to do this using sharing as a strategy.

                                                       

Autumn Term 2019

Christmas Truce Day!

We enjoyed dressing up in our wartime costumes and took part in a ‘Christmas Truce’ football game just like the soldiers did on Christmas Day.

Advent Liturgy

 

Wynyard Hall Christmas Visit 2019

     

Christmas Nativity

We have been working hard in all of our lessons this half term.

Children in Need 2019

This term in History, we are learning about Changes in Living Memory. As part of this unit, we invited Baby Henry into our school so we could learn about what a baby needs.

 

Addition and Subtraction

This term in Maths, we have been solving addition and subtraction calculations using lots of different practical methods!

We have used conkers to help us!

We used Smash It Subtraction to help solve subtraction calculations.

Measurement

 In Year 1 we have been rolling pumpkins and using non-standard units of measure to find out how far they have rolled. we counted the number of strides it took for us to reach our pumpkin and recorded it on a table.

P.E.

Tag Rugby

Over Autumn Term 1, we have been learning the skills related to Tag Rugby. We have practised passing, throwing, catching and finding spaces. We brought all of these skills during a game of Tag Rugby.

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