Dear Parents and Carers,
I hope you are all okay and managing to get outside more for fresh air and exercise now the restrictions have been lifted slightly.   
We have put together a new set of home learning for your child. 
There are activities linked to Lights, Camera, Action which is the whole school theme for Home-Learning for the next two weeks.
We have attached a Talk for Writing unit called Sayeeda the Pirate which develops English skills through a range of fun and engaging activities with links across the curriculum. 
We have also attached a reading spinner which supports comprehension. ​We have also attached an English activity booklet that you may wish your child to work through. 
Please continue to log in to Active Learn to access Reading and Phonics activities for your child. If you need additional books or resources please email your class teacher. 
If you would like to access The Week (a digital newspaper for children) please follow this link
​We have also provided some Maths Mats for your child to complete. Please also continue to login to​to access online maths activities. 
Class teachers are also updating allocations on Mathletics which we would ask you to login to frequently.
Mrs Parreu has also created some musical activities for your child to complete.  
Finally, we have added an activity linked to being positive. Have a go at the positivity jar if you get a chance. 
Myself, Ms Yamout and Ms Oldham would love to see some examples of your child's learning and you are very welcome to email us pictures etc.. on;
In addition to this home learning you may want to access the school website to complete the daily PE challenges set by our PE coach Mr Machuca. You may also wish to complete a book review with your child which can be sent to all reviews are entered into a weekly prize draw. We have had 5 pupils claim £10 Amazon vouchers since we launched the summer reading challenge. 
Take care and stay safe,
Mr Munro
Deputy Head Teacher


Have a look at some of the work produced by year 1

If you wish to know more about  your child's progress or the curriculum, please speak to

their class teacher or one of the deputy heads (Ms Anderson or Mr Munro)