Holy Trinity

Church Of England VA School

01706 378061

Our Core Values - Trust, Courage, Forgiveness, Truthfulness, Generosity, Respect, Responsibility.

Year One

The Year One team is Mrs Earnshaw, Mrs Belfield and Mrs Marsden. We also are taught music by Mrs Longhurst and our PE coach is Mr Parker.

 

 PE is on a Wednesday and a Thursday. Please make sure that children have their indoor and outdoor PE kits in school on the first day of every half term. They will be sent home at the end of the half term to be washed. 

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Spellings are sent home on a Monday and children will be tested on a Friday. Please remember to help your child with their spelling words at home.

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Homework will be sent home on a Thursday and is due in on a Tuesday. Homework will alternate between Learning Logs and Literacy/Numeracy work. Sometimes, homework will be set using the SeeSaw app. Every child will have a QR code, ensuring they are able to log into the app. This is in addition to spellings and reading. 

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Reading books will be checked three times a week, on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please read with your child at least three times a week for twenty minutes each time. When you have read with your child, please record this in their blue reading record. 

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HOME LEARNING

Week beginning 6th July 2020.

 

English work 

Read the story 'The Smartest Giant in Town' by Julia Donaldson or listen to the story using this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBBxGGb-fK8 

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Maths Work

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Topic Work - The Beatles were popular in the 'Swinging 60s' read about this time with a grown up and answer the questions

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 swinging 60s questions.docxDownload
 Swinging Sixties Comprehension.pdfDownload
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Science Work - Find out about the first black woman to travel to space.

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 Lesson Presentation Mae Jemison.pptDownload
 Mae Jemison Questions and Answers.pdfDownload
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RE Work - Reflect on your day and think about all the good things in your life.

Optional Extras - complete if you finish or would like more challenge

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Week beginning 29th June 2020

 

I hope you're all well and enjoying the sunshine! Thanks again to everyone sending pictures via see saw. Keep them coming we love to see them!

 

English Work

This week you need to look at the image of the girls, describe what you think might be happening, answer questions and create a story map for the picture.

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Maths Work

This week you are working on counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.

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Science Work

Finding out about the material 'lego' is made from.

Topic Work

For our last few weeks we are going to find out about a famous pop band from 50 years ago - The Beatles.

Use the internet to find out and answer these questions about being famous.

RE Work 

This week I want you to focus on yourself! Especially in the current climate we must look after ourselves. Ask an adult to help you complete the chart attached.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbYiGR0YAAk

 

This week’s music is Rock ‘n’Roll from the 1950’s.

The group are called Bill Hayley and the Comets.

Look at the instruments and notice that they are still very much like those from the earlier jazz and swing bands.

 

Which instruments can you see?

What is the dance called that the people are doing in the film clips?

Do you like the music and can you dance to it?

 

Mrs Longhurst

Optional extras

Complete if you finish everything or want more challenge.

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Week beginning 22nd June 2020

 

All the staff hope you are well. Thanks to all who are very busy at home at school. You're all amazing! Here's a few recent pictures.

English Work 

This week's work is all about 'Old Bear' by Jane Hissey. Your first job is to read the story. Here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-r2ralHMIoA 

Monday - Read the story, identify the characters and draw them

Tuesday - Read the story again and write what suggestions the characters made to rescue Old Bear.

Wednesday - Think about how the animals worked together to save Old Bear and describe your own teddy bear.

Thursday - Answer the questions about the story

Friday - Retell the story using the word mat to help you

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Maths work

This week's work is all about fractions. You need to identify halves and quarters of shapes and amounts.

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Science Work - This week we will review our learning on materials. Look at the powerpoint and make a materials wheel to show your understanding.

Topic Work - This week you need to look at photographs of the seaside and place them on an empty timeline.

RE Work - As we are learning about looking after each other this week we are exploring how we can look after the environment. Fill in the table.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maIbjugG1c8

 

This week’s music is by Andrew Lloyd Webber, famous for writing music for very popular stage musicals. This is from his only classical work called “Requiem”.

In this week’s music, the words (lyrics) are taken from a prayer which forms part of the Requiem Mass. This is a service in the Catholic church. The prayer is also said in the Church of England Eucharist (Holy Communion) service. Agnus Dei means Lamb of God and Pie Jesus means Merciful Jesus.

Find out more facts about Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Which of his musicals do you already know?
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Phantom of the opera????

 

Mrs Longhurst

 

Optional Extras - Have a go at these if you finish or want further practice.

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Week beginning 15th June 2020

Hope this week's work finds you and your families well.

 

English Work - This week's work is all around a picture of an astronaut.

Monday - describe the picture

Tuesday - Answer questions and write space sentences

Wednesday - Continue the story

Thursday - Answer questions in full sentences

Friday - Design your own space planet

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Maths Work

This week's work is all about money. Can you recognise coins and notes and count coins? There are also some sheets just of coins too if you want some extra practice.

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 Friday 19th June Totalling coins and reasoning.docxDownload
 Monday 15th June Counting to 100.docxDownload
 Thursday 18th June Counting with coins.docxDownload
 Tuesday 16th June Comparing and Ordering Numbers.docxDownload
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Science Work - Look at the powerpoint then try the waterproof materials experiment!

Topic Work  - Look at the information about picnics and food in the Victorian era. Plan what you might take to a Victorian picnic and a modern picnic.

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RE Work - We are learning about caring for others. Look at the story of 'The Good Samaritan' and complete the activity sheet.

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 Good Samaritan work.docxDownload
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This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LanCLS_hIo4

 

This week’s music is by Bob Marley, a very famous Reggae artist from Jamaica who was born in 1945. He died in 1981.

His musical styles mix Reggae with Ska and Rocksteady.

 

Which instruments can you hear?
Can you dance to the music or tap the pulse?
How does the music make you feel?
Find out some facts about him.
Listen to more of his music.

 

Optional Extras - Complete if you finish everything or wish to have more practice.

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 Finding-er-in-text-Beginner (1).pdfDownload
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Week Beginning 8th June 2020

 

A huge thanks to everyone who has sent in photos and videos via seesaw and email. It is so great to see your faces and all your hard work! Do keep them coming! Here are a few of them for everyone to see.

English Work

This week I would like you to read the story 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch' by David Armitage. Here is the link to listen on you tube. Or you might even have the book at home! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1evkeM9O3RY 

After you've listened to the story you need to complete the different activities.

Monday - Complete a story map to show what happen in the story.

Tuesday - Complete the reading comprehension for the story.

Wednesday - Complete a mind map to come up with ideas for scaring away the seagulls, then write instructions for making your horrible sandwich.

Thursday - Write Character descriptions for the people in the story.

Friday - Retell the story in your own words, there is a word mat to help you.

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 Lighthouse Keepers lunch word mat.pdfDownload
 Monday 8th June Lighthouse Keepers Lunch Story Map.pdfDownload
 Thursday 11th June Character Descriptions.docxDownload
 Tuesday 9th June Lighthouse Keepers lunch reading comprehension.docxDownload
 Wednesday 10th June ideas for a horrible sandwich.docDownload
 Wednesday 10th June Instruction Writing.docxDownload
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Maths Work.

This week we are concentrating on measuring length, weight, capacity and time. Complete the activities below. Try and send us some photos of you measuring at home!

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 Friday 12th June Time Problems.docxDownload
 Monday 8th June measuring length.docxDownload
 Thursday 11th June Time.docxDownload
 Tuesday 9th June Weight.docxDownload
 Wednesday 10th June Capacity.docxDownload
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Topic Work - Read the information on Victorian Seaside holidays with a grown up. When you have finished you are going to pretend to be a Victorian child who has visited the sea. Write a postcard about your visit.

Science Work - Look at the powerpoint and think about why we make objects out of certain materials.

RE Work - Look at the powerpoint about caring for others then think about how and why we look after things by completing the activity sheet.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu7hscHkfPw


This week’s music by Ludwig van Beethoven, a very famous composer from Germany who was born in 1770.
Find out some facts about him.
Listen to more of his music.
Do you already know some of Beethoven’s music?
Try to find ‘Fur Elise’ or the 5th Symphony for example.

 

Optional Extras: If you have time try and complete....

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 Measuring to nearest cm.pdfDownload
 More Place Value practice.pdfDownload
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 Spellings Spot the mistakes.docxDownload
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Week Beginning 1st June 2020

Hello everyone. I hope you are all well and enjoyed your half term break! Here is this week's work. I've also included some optional extras for your child to complete if you wish. I've loved seeing your videos photos and messages on see saw. Keep them coming and don't forget to have fun. Hope to see you soon.

 

English Work 

Monday - Look at the image given and fill in the dial grid

Tuesday - Answer the questions about the picture

Wednesday - Imagine the picture is going to made into a film. Plan a story board for your film.

Thursday/Friday - Make and illustrate your story book.

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Maths Work 

Monday - Number patterns

Tuesday - Number problems work.

Wednesday - Number problems

Thursday - Guess the number work

Friday - Jigsaw fun!

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Topic Work - Fill in the questions about the seaside in the past and present.

Science Work  - Look at the presentation and find objects around your home. How do they feel? Bumpy? soft?

RE Work - As 21st May was Ascension Day, this week you need to look at the presentation to see what Ascension Day is then answer the questions about this special day in the Christian calendar.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-rB0pHI9fU

This week’s music by the Beatles, a very popular group from the 1960’s.
Find out some facts about the Beatles.
Listen to more of their songs.
How many songs do you already know?

 

Optional extras: Addition and subtraction practice and spelling of 'ck' and 'nk'

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Week Beginning 18th May 2020

Hello everyone! I hope you are all well and keeping smiling. Hopefully I will get to see you all very soon! Please see below for this week's learning. There is a similar booklet to last week for English and Maths, or , if you prefer to use the previous resources they can be found here:

English Work

Maths Work

Topic Work - Learn about Seaside holidays in the past from this powerpoint then sort the images given to decide if they are from the past, present or both.

Science Work - Look around your home and find objects that are made of different materials. Draw and write their names on the table given.

RE Work - Last week we completed some random acts of kindness. This week I would like you to write your own prayer of thanks for the NHS staff in our area. Their care, compassion and support both medical and emotional is limitless. Please send them in via seesaw or to the school office email as I would like to add then to the school website/facebook page for everyone to see what wonderful children we have at Holy Trinity. Well done everyone! I'm so proud of you all!

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C66XCqWkhmw


This week’s music is classical by GF Handel.
It is called ‘The arrival of the Queen of Sheba’
Who was she?
Find out some facts about the composer Handel.

Describe the music.
Is it fast or slow? Is it loud or quiet?
Which instruments can you see?
How does the music make you feel?

This music was composed to be listened to.
Find out how old the music is.


Mrs Longhurst

 

 

Week Beginning 11th May 2020

Please see below for this week's learning.

This week all your English and Maths is in one pack. The first document is for the child to use and the second is guidance and answer if you need them.

Topic Work - Use the poster and pictures below to practice your cutting skills to make a seaside scene.

Science Work - Our new science topic for summer term is 'Materials' Look at the attached presentation then write the names of all the different materials and draw a picture of something in your home made of that material.

RE Work - Look at the 'Random Acts of Kindness' examples on the sheet below. How many could you do this week? Follow the example of Jesus and take a photo/video and add it to seesaw explaining what you did. I can't wait to see my fabulous class!

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoN6AKPGkBo

 

Describe the music.
Is it fast or slow?
Is it loud or quiet?
How many guitars are there?
How does the music make you feel?
Try dancing to it.
Do you like the music? Why do you like/not like it?
The group is called The Shadows and they have just celebrated 60 years as performers.

Mrs Longhurst

 

Week beginning 4th May 2020

Please see below for this week's learning. 

 

English Learning Week Beginning 4th May

 

Maths Learning Week beginning 4th May

 

Topic Work - Our new topic is the seaside! Let's make a start by labelling things we might see at the seaside.

Science Work - Seasonal Changes work. Make a pictogram of clothes people wear in Spring.

RE Work - Read the 'Feeding the 5000' story which will be familiar to the children. Compare  life in our world and Jesus’ world. What are the main differences?

 Homes

Transport

Food

Employment

Education

Special Days

 

In your purple exercise book write 3 sentences describing these differences. Eg: In our life we travel in cars and motor vehicles but in Jesus lifetime you would walk or travel on an animal.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb_jQBgzU-I

 

Describe the music.
Is it fast or slow?
Is it loud or quiet? Does it change?
Which instruments do you recognise?
How does the music make you feel?
Do you like the music? Why do you like/not like it?

Mrs Longhurst

 

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 Week beginning 27th April 2020

Please see below for this week's learning. Stay safe everyone, we miss you all!

 

English Learning 27th April

 

Maths Learning 27th April

 

Topic Learning - Work on animals

Science Work - Seasonal Change Work.

RE Work - Look at the Easter story powerpoint and order the story correctly in your purple exercise book.

 

 

 

 

Week beginning 20th April 2020 

   

Hello everyone! I hope you are all safe and well. Every week (after the Easter holidays)  I will add the learning for the week. Please click on the links below for this week's Maths, English, Topic and Science work. Please do what you can but remember to also have some fun! Try some gardening, baking or craft activities. Why not send your pictures in to us on seesaw We miss you and hope you are all well.

From Mrs Earnshaw, Mrs Marsden and Mrs Belfield.

 

https://www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/documents/26926/Maths_Y1_Week_1.zip

https://www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/documents/27005/English_Y1_Week_1.zip 

 

 In Science we have been learning about Seasonal change. Here are a couple of activities for you to complete this week.

Our topic this term is animals. Whist we are sad that we have missed our class trip to the farm, see if you can match the right animal to their young.

This Week’s Music.
Follow the link below to listen to this week’s music.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SD6qQWxMrM

Describe the music.
Is it fast or slow?
Is it loud or quiet? Does it change?
Which instruments do you recognise?
How does the music make you feel?
Do you like the music? Why do you like/not like it?

Mrs Longhurst