Welcome to 1R with Mrs Rayit and Miss Spooner
Hello , I just want to say a big thank you to all the families I have been speaking with during this difficult time. It has been fantastic speaking with yourselves and the children and keeping in touch with them knowing you are all safe. Please continue to follow government guidelines until we are given further advice. Keep checking our class page for additional learning support materials and weblinks. Please remember you can always get in touch with me via email should you need any support and I will always get back to you.
Continue to follow these websites as they are offering free resources for you to help your children such as:
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer sign up and use the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS for free access to lots of amazing resources.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk username: march20 password: home for support with phonics.
Please do have a look at this web page offering a range of home learning activities you may want to try with your child (children).
Start your day with PE !
Physical education in school is essential to the development of motor skills and the enhancement of reflexes. Hand-eye coordination is improved, as well as good body movements, which helps in the development of a healthy body posture. Physical education teaches students the importance of physical health.
It provides children and young people with the opportunity to express themselves physically, challenge themselves and others, experience different environments and activities, work together and release energy which helps de-stress and lowers anxiety levels.
Try some of these Joe Wicks' videos with your child in the day as part of their PE.
Online Safety - Home Education Activity Packs.
The website Thinkyouknow was created to help parents get advice on and protect their children whilst they explore the online world. During this time away from school, whilst a lot of learning is being carried out online it is more important now than ever that your children are learning about how to stay safe online. Thinkyouknow have created home learning packs for children aged from 4 up to secondary age. Every fortnight they will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities for you to do with your child to support their online safety at home. Please click here for the Home activity packs for ages 5-6
Letters and Sounds!
Letters and Sounds is an essential part of learning to read and write, we work really hard helping your children to learn their sounds and then blending them (putting them together) to read and segmenting them (pulling them apart) to write. Here is a link to a parents guide to understanding letters and sounds (phonics) - Click Here.
There are also daily lessons for Reception children - click here - and Year 1 children - click here. Encouraging your children to watch these will help them to learn the new sounds they would be learning in school and revise the sounds they have previously been taught. All of this will help your children to be prepared for when they get back into the classroom!
Please do check out this link for extra learning
This link has learning up to key stage 3 and 4 so if you have older children it will be useful for them.
Please do check the link below to look at further activities to do at home
Remember to learn counting in 2's , 5's and 10's.
Continue to watch these videos to help remember your phonics phases 3 4, and 5 by clicking the links below
This term we will be looking at space ! we will be learning the names of all the planets in our solar system - see how many of these planets you can remember. Do you know which planet we live on? can you put them in order they are in the solar system? Which do you think is the biggest? Which is the furthest away from the sun? Which is the closest to the sun? What can you find out about the planets and our solar system? How many moons do we have? Do the other planets have moons too? How many moons do they have? What do the other planets look like? Which planets have a ring?