Welcome to Class 1's home learning page
Please record any activities you do in the book provided. We would love to see photos of creative ways you have been learning and keeping busy. So feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although this is an uncertain time, have fun and enjoy the extra time with your children.
Summer 2 - Week 6
‘Argh me hearties’ - this week we will be having a pirate theme week!
Summer 2 - Week 5
We loved looking at ‘The Snail and the Whale’ last week, so this week we will be having a Julia Donaldson theme week, exploring some of our favourite stories.
Summer 2 - Week 4
I was impressed last week with your sea creature fact files and I loved the made up sea creatures too!
Enjoy our 'Snail and the Whale' activities this week.
Summer 2 - Week 3
I will still be checking e-mails regularly and will continue to support those of you learning at home.
Summer 2 - Week 2
Summer 2 - Week 1
Did you know that this month is the Wildlife Trusts' annual nature challenge, '30 Days Wild'? Your challenge is to do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness. Click here to find out all about it and get lots of fantastic goodies and ideas.
We have almost come to the end of a very strange term. Thank you for continuing to support the learning, I know it isn’t easy!
Please e-mail anything you would like me to take a look at or any questions you may have at email@example.com.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend and were able to enjoy the last of the sunshine celebrating VE day at home.
Don't forget that Friday is V.E. Day! For lots of activities to help you celebrate, click here
And please look at the 'Team Hempsted' tab for this week's activity challenges.
|Class 1 home learning week 5.pdf||[pdf 218KB]|
|Cross-curricular activities weeks 5+6||[pdf 192KB]|
|Buzz word shapes.pdf||[pdf 92KB]|
White Rose Maths. video resources alternative link - White Rose Maths. via Facebook
I hope you had a lovely break over Easter and were able to enjoy some of the glorious weather as best you can.
As well as these activities please ensure reading is done daily, whether a bug club book or a book of choice from home. Each day choose a creative/ cross curricular activity from the ideas provided too. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me. I look forward to seeing photographs of some of the amazing things which you have been doing together and any work you would like me to see.
Miss Hughes J
P.S. If you have any problems accessing the White Rose video resources, please try this alternative link -
Learning to ride a bike, without stabilisers!
Garden play – trampolines, football, swings, sand/water play.
Nature walks and creating pictures from items found in nature
Arts and crafts – RAINBOWS, painting pottery, junk model making, Easter crafts, animal art, drawing, nail painting
Guess the animal, food, item games
PE with Joe
Virtual tour of an underground bunker in Liverpool
Watching animals being fed virtually
Losing wobbly teeth!
Researching favourite animals and creating a fact file
Imaginary play – becoming pirates!
We have even had a budding electrician learning to wire a plug (in very controlled and supervised conditions)!
As well as this there has been some great buzz word work, maths, writing and plenty of reading – Well Done Class One!