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WB: 13.07.2020

I went to a restaurant called Tamatanga in the city centre for the first time since lockdown was lifted slowly. I met up with two of my university friends we had a lovely time. I have uploaded the food for you. I hope your weekend was lovely as well. Love Miss Tuki


Hello parents.


On the main Year 1 page you will find more weekly projects that have been added. You use these to access more work.

Thank you for all your support during Lockdown.


Mrs Hussain

Monday 13th July 2020


Good morning Year 1

We hope you all had a nice weekend. What have you been up to? The weather was lovely. I enjoyed my weekend. I went to town with my daughter and on Sunday, I sat in the garden reading a book.

How was your transition day? I hope you had a good time and enjoyed seeing your friends again. I cannot believe that you are all going to be in year 2 soon. It was nice to see some of you. You have grown since!


On Friday, we surprised Miss Williams for her birthday and she liked her presents. She brought lots of cakes for us to eat.


This week we shall learn the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff and for maths, we shall recap on what we have already learnt.


Take care and we shall speak to you again tomorrow. 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

Miss William's surprise birthday

English  - Listen to the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff or ask an adult to read the story below. See if you can read along with some of the words.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff - Animated Fairy Tales for Children

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Maths - Listen to the song below about counting in 2s. Listen to it again. Can you join in this time?

The Counting by Twos Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

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Use the hundred square below to help you count in 2s.
Phonics -  dge

Lesson 42 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 42. First released Tuesday 23rd June. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can conf...

Tuesday 14th July 2020


Hello Year 1.


Not long now until we break up for the Summer holidays. I feel this year has passed by very quickly. Did you enjoy yesterdays story? Did you read along with the words? If you came for transition, I hope you had a good time with your new teacher. School looks a bit different as we have been moving furniture. Did you like the changes that we have made? 

I hope the weather is better today so that you can go out for some fresh air and some exercise.


Speak to you all again tomorrow.


Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

English - How did you like yesterdays story?

Who were the characters in the story?

Where is the story set?

What is the name of the bad character?

Why did the Billy Goats Gruff want to cross the bridge?

What happened at the end of the story?


What kind of words are underlined above?    

What do you think the Three Billy Goats Gruff will do when they eat all the grass on this side of the bridge?


Draw a story map about the story and use key words.

Maths - Listen to the song about counting in 5s. Listen to it again. Can you join in and count in 5s?

The Counting by Fives Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

Count by fives from zero to one hundred! Skip Counting with an original animation and song... don't skip it! Our 2ND CHANNEL is on Patreon! ►►

Now practise counting in 5s on the interactive Splat square.
Phonics  tch

Lesson 48 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 48. First released Wednesday 1st July. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can con...

Wednesday 15th July 2020


Good morning Year I

Hope you are all well.  Today is the last day of school and so this is the last time we shall be putting homework on the website. I hope you all have a restful Summer holiday. Please keep reading daily for 5 minutes and practise your cursive writing. Don't forget that there are links on the main Year 1 page where you can access more work. There is also Numbots, Active Learn and Bug Club. If you would like to do some more learning then you can use the link 

that I shall put under this message.


We have loved teaching you and it is a shame that we did not get be with you in school until the end of the school year. We shall miss you all. You have been a pleasure to teach. We wish you all the best for year 2.

Take care and stay safe.


We shall see you in September.

Bye for now.

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

This poem is dedicated to all of you.

English -

Use your story map to write the story. What title will you use? 

 How will you start your story?

What happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story?

Don't forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops in your writing. Use your phonics to help you spell words and the word mat below.


Can you use the words 'and' and 'because' in your writing?

Can you use adjectives? Adjectives are describing words. You can describe the field, the Goats, the bridge and the nasty Troll.

I have used the word nasty to describe the troll.

Maths - Warm up by counting forwards and backwards from different numbers up to 100.


Look at the numbers below and find what is 1 more and 1 less than the given number. One has been done for you.

Complete the work in your green books.

Phonics -   ti

Lesson 52 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 52. First released Tuesday 7th July. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can confi...

PE - Get fit by joining in with the link below.

Banana Banana Meatball - Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Patterns made of shapes, patterns made of grapes. Patterns in the air, patterns everywhere. Patterns in an app, patterns in this sing and dance alon...


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