Hello Unit 1!
Welcome to Week 3 of the second half of the summer term!
For Year 1 pupils all of your home learning needs will be catered for through the
The First Federation Trust's Virtual School
The First Federation’s Home Learning Page has been created for children in Year 1 who are continuing their learning at home despite the phased reopening of schools for these year groups. A team of teachers from across the Trust have come together to create engaging Home Learning Projects and include tasks in reading, writing, maths, the wider curriculum as well as an outdoor learning challenge around a given theme - this week is all about protecting our environment.
The aim of the Learning Projects is to create a themed resource for parents and children that is easy to access, practical and engaging.
Please Visit: https://www.firstfederation.org/year-1/
For feedback to tasks or to ask any questions about the learning projects please email FFTYear1@firstfederation.org.uk – please ensure work is named and you child’s school is specified in the email.
We still request that you touch base with the school via SeeSaw, Email or phone at least once a week.
If you would still like family points and to be nominated for student of the week you can still send work to Mrs Bell or Miss Parker via SeeSaw. However, due to teaching full time they might not be able to respond as quickly as before and will not be giving feedback on learning. This is through the teaching school.
Please find below your home learning for the week, there is a reading, writing, spelling and maths task for each day and our usual curriculum grid for you to choose activities to complete. Some of the documents have links for you to follow and answers, where possible, have been provided for you to self assess. We are still available on Seesaw but due to the school moving to the Partial Opening Phase, we will be spending most of the week in school so responses may not be as quick as they previously have been.
However please be assured that year 2 key worker children in school are not getting different provision. The tasks they are completing are the same as set for home learning as the entitlement is the same. The only difference is that we have up to 15 in a class but have a structure and surroundings children are used to.
Have a great week and let us know how you get on and please can you all touch base at least once via SeeSaw, email or a call.