Hybrid Learning (for those who feel well and are at home due to COVID)
If you have any issues accessing Teams, please contact the school office for assistance. Work is uploaded to this website, see daily links below.
Make your own musical instruments
Here is what a typical day of Hybrid Learning could look like for you:
9.15-9.30 - Download your hybrid learning for the day and look at the different activities. You may like to start your day with a yoga or fine motor activity!
9.30-10.30 - English Activity
11.00-12.00 - Maths Activity
13.00-14.55 - Topic Activity and Daily Deliberate Practice
14.45-15.00 - Enjoy a story
Daily Deliberate Practice
On top of the Activities provided each day, we'd like you to do some daily deliberate practice. If for any reason you are not able to the learning activities of the day, please make sure you do the daily deliberate practice. This includes:
- Read a book from Bug Club (the correct reading levels have been allocated to each child)
- Play a different Abacus maths game each day from the ones already allocated to you
- Practice your number bonds to 10 or 20
All these links can be found under 'Useful Links' below.
Please do some daily physical activity. If you need any ideas, there are lots to be found in 'Useful Links'.
Please send in any work completed to the Year 1 email address, email@example.com. If it is work that has been completed on paper, you can take photos of it on your phone and email it in. We will give you feedback on work as soon as we can.
Little and often is best to keep your learning going and be ready for September. Make sure you get plenty of rest and have fun too!
Read, read, read
Read a variety of books including online books. Enjoy listening to a grown-up, sibling or audiobook, or read to family members.
Sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge at the local library.
Talk, talk, talk about anything and everything.
Encourage the use of a range of vocabulary and different sentence structures.
Practise the list of common exception words for Year 1 and Year 2.
Write messages, cards, postcards, diaries or stories and remember to use your best handwriting.
Counting forwards and backwards in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s. from different starting points.
Look for maths in the environment.
Practise your number bonds.
Get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Have active adventures and see what you can discover
Bracknell Forest Library eBooks & AudiobooksBook Trust eBooks and activities
Counting in 10sNumber Bonds to 10
Oracy - discussion inspiration
Move It With MaskellBerkshire School Games