Year 1 Remote Learning Hub

Year 1 Remote Learning - 08.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 09.02.21

Hello Year One!

On Friday, there will be parent/teacher conferences via Teams, which will replace parent’s evening this term. Each family has a 10min slot to discuss the child’s learning and reflect on how best we can continue to facilitate their ongoing progress together. Please note, Jungle Class parents and carers will also have some time slots available on Thursday. See you there.

You did some really fabulous learning last week, well done! We can’t believe that in a week’s time it will be half term. We want to take a moment to congratulate all of you (adults and children a-like) on navigating an entire half term of remote learning. It’s been a real treat for us seeing what you have been getting up to at home and brilliant that you are continuing to make progress even though we can’t all be in the classroom together at the moment. Thank you to everybody for all the hard work and patience you have put in over this 6 week period, it’s nearly time for a well-earned break.

This week, we will continue to learn about different parts of the world and the amazing animals you find there. We will discover more incredible ways animals have adapted to the habitats they live in and much more besides. You will write some instructions for how to capture a pesky penguin in English and in Maths, we will be setting off into the unchartered waters of numbers over 20…

Miss Lepere will be joining you again on Zoom this week and Miss Burns will be at school. Zoom live lessons are at 10.30 am and 1.30 pm using the original link (click below). The morning lesson will be a focus on Maths and English and the afternoon session will be Topic or story based with some fun games and phonics. Remember to bring any learning that you wish to share as well as a pencil and paper or anything else that may help you with your learning.

Use this Zoom Link to join the sessions

Please do continue to upload your work to our folder on Teams. If you can manage to post something every day, that would be great as it allows us to see how the children are doing and gauge the pace and level of the tasks we set. Please note, children should do their own work and avoid copying wherever possible. This allows us to see what they can do independently and assess where the gaps are in their learning, which informs our planning. Thank you for your never ceasing patience and support during the zoom lessons, the endless muting and un-muting requests have allowed everything to run as smoothly as possible. It’s lovely to see everyone’s smiling face day after day, always ready to learn.

Good luck with this week’s learning and we look forward to seeing all of your faces on Zoom this week.

Miss Lepere and Miss Burns





Year 1 Remote Learning - 10.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 11.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 12.02.21

Hello Year One!

On Friday, there will be parent/teacher conferences via Teams, which will replace parent’s evening this term. Each family has a 10min slot to discuss the child’s learning and reflect on how best we can continue to facilitate their ongoing progress together. Please note, Jungle Class parents and carers will also have some time slots available on Thursday. See you there.

You did some really fabulous learning last week, well done! We can’t believe that in a week’s time it will be half term. We want to take a moment to congratulate all of you (adults and children a-like) on navigating an entire half term of remote learning. It’s been a real treat for us seeing what you have been getting up to at home and brilliant that you are continuing to make progress even though we can’t all be in the classroom together at the moment. Thank you to everybody for all the hard work and patience you have put in over this 6 week period, it’s nearly time for a well-earned break.

This week, we will continue to learn about different parts of the world and the amazing animals you find there. We will discover more incredible ways animals have adapted to the habitats they live in and much more besides. You will write some instructions for how to capture a pesky penguin in English and in Maths, we will be setting off into the unchartered waters of numbers over 20…

Miss Lepere will be joining you again on Zoom this week and Miss Burns will be at school. Zoom live lessons are at 10.30 am and 1.30 pm using the original link (click below). The morning lesson will be a focus on Maths and English and the afternoon session will be Topic or story based with some fun games and phonics. Remember to bring any learning that you wish to share as well as a pencil and paper or anything else that may help you with your learning.

Use this Zoom Link to join the sessions

Please do continue to upload your work to our folder on Teams. If you can manage to post something every day, that would be great as it allows us to see how the children are doing and gauge the pace and level of the tasks we set. Please note, children should do their own work and avoid copying wherever possible. This allows us to see what they can do independently and assess where the gaps are in their learning, which informs our planning. Thank you for your never ceasing patience and support during the zoom lessons, the endless muting and un-muting requests have allowed everything to run as smoothly as possible. It’s lovely to see everyone’s smiling face day after day, always ready to learn.

Good luck with this week’s learning and we look forward to seeing all of your faces on Zoom this week.

Miss Lepere and Miss Burns





Year 1 Remote Learning - 22.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 23.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 24.02.21





Year 1 Remote Learning - 25.02.21

Hi Year One, parents and carers!

Welcome back to spring 2 week 1. We hope you have had a really restful and enjoyable holiday and are
ready for some more exciting learning this week. This week, we will be continuing with our two live zoom
lessons a day. We asked parents and carers to give their preference on the zoom lesson times and the
majority of you preferred a later session to allow time to escape the screen and get some well-deserved
fresh air and exercise. We couldn’t agree more, as we recognise how important this is for everyone at
home. The first zoom lesson will remain at 10.30am and the second zoom lesson will now be at 2.30pm.
You can click on the link below (it is the same link as before). The morning session will continue to be
based around the learning on the slides such as Maths, English and Topic and will also incorporate
phonics. The afternoon session will be a shorter lesson and will provide the children with an opportunity
to share their work or listen to a short story. If you are unable to attend both, we understand, however,
the morning session will provide the children with directed teaching and assist them with completing
the activities set in the slides. So, make sure you come with your workbook, paper and a pencil.

Zoom Link

We have really enjoyed seeing all of your wonderful that you are managing to upload onto Microsoft
Teams so well done. We love seeing such a variety of ideas and creativity that you are putting into the
work. Thank you for persisting with this as it gives us a great indication of what you are all getting up to
and what we should teach next.

We have a very ‘EGGxciting’ delivery today….the eggs that we have all been so patiently waiting for are
arriving. We will be getting 10 eggs and we will be able to watch them hatch live on the webcam. More
information will be sent to your email with a link so make sure to keep an eye out. We will also save it in
Tuesday’s slides for you. So get ready to watch them hatch and grow from the comfort of your own
home. We will do lots of live zooms with the children at school so they can show you what has been
happening with them. We will learn about what they need to grow and take a close look at their life
cycle. Our story this week will also be about a ‘Little Red Hen’. I wonder what she gets up to on her farm?
Remember to have a look in the English and Maths file section in Microsoft Teams for lots of great
resources that may help you with your learning.

This week, on Microsoft Teams, you will find an updated suggested timetable for your child. This
timetable has been based around the amount of time that your child should spend on each activity.
However, this is by no means, a set timetable for the day. We understand that some days will just not
go to plan and other days your child may need longer on a set task. Please take this timetable as a guide.
If the daily Zoom lesson is on literacy, than your child may consider this their literacy session for the day.
However, if their set task for the day was to write the story, we encourage them to have a go at this
throughout the day.

Good luck with your learning and we look forward to seeing all of your faces on Zoom this week.

Miss Burns and Miss Lepere