Year 1

A video message from Miss Roe

Book Reading from Miss Roe

Book Reading from Miss Roe [2]

How to Make a Chatterbox by Miss Roe

Video Message from Mrs Schofield

Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith

Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith [Part 2]

Video Message from Mrs Edwards

Video Message from Miss Mallalieu

Book Reading from Miss Mallalieu

Hello Year One!

I am missing you all and I hope that you are all ok and keeping safe at home with your families. I am keeping busy at home with William.

I have uploaded some new ‘2dos’ on purple mash for you to complete. Well done to those children who have completed some of the activities, it’s so nice to see your work. It has also been nice to receive some emails from you on the ‘2mail’ tool.

Below are some more activities for you to do. I have chosen activities which you don’t need to print off, you can either write your answers on some paper or you can copy out the activities to complete them. I would like you to watch the power point video of the countries of the United Kingdom or do your own research on google. You can complete the fact file about what you have found out and colour in the flags.

I have added some maths activities but you can also have a look at the white rose maths lessons, these are really good lessons and activites.

Please keep up with your reading, I will add the oxford owl website link again as it is very good.

The BBC bite size website is really good for lots of subjects but have a look at the science lesson all about plants which is what we were learning about before school closed, have a go and see what you can remember


I hope that we get to be back in school soon when it is safe to do so, in the mean time I would love to see some pictures of what you have been doing, ask a grown up to email your picture to and they will get passed on to me.

Love from Miss Roe

  • Please try to do a little bit of reading each day and remember you can get lots of free books on this website
  • Can you practise your phonics sounds, go on to phonics play and have a go on the fun games, they are all free at the moment
  • Can you write a diary about what you have been doing at home each day?
  • Have a look at these links, they are some maths activities based on making doubles and sharing equal groups. You don’t need to print them off just write down the answers.

  • Can you practise your number bonds to 10 and your number bond to 20. Here are some youtube songs to help remind you.


Useful websites:

You may need to sign up for some of these website with an email address, but they all have free resources to access. – free phonics activities. – a variety of ipad/computer friendly activities for maths and literacy. – a wide variety of printable resources for maths, literacy and phonics (4 weeks free for closed schools). – printable maths worksheets, free resources, fun and games. – bbc bitesize offers a wide range of educational videos about a range of topics. is a really good website to read books online, you need to sign up with an email address and then search the books by clicking on the ‘levels’ tab and then ‘book band’ tab and choose the colour book your child is reading, there is a wide range of books to read.



Fractions Booklet

Ladybird Double

Ladybirds Half

1 More 1 Less To 50

Doubling And Halving

Fill In The Missing Numbers On The 100 Number Square

Ordering Number To 50 Game

Ordering Numbers To 50



Writing Activities

Book Review

The Zoo Vet Reading Comprehension




Animal facts

Animal habitat fact file

Sorting Animals into Sets



Fact File About The United Kingdom

Geography Colour The Flags Of The UK

Geography Label The Countries Of The UK


  • Use the internet to research your favourite animal and make a fact file about it. Where does it live? What does it eat? Is it a carnivore, herbivore or omnivore? Write down three facts about your animal.
  • Play a board game with your family, who won? Keep track of your points.
  • Draw a picture of a mammal, fish, reptile, bird and label the body parts. Write a sentence about your animal to describe it.
  • Imagine you are the Bog Baby, act out what would you do while you are at the pond and do a show for your family.
  • Play hide and seek in the house. Find a really good hiding place.
  • Read a story to your brother or sister.
  • It is Mother’s day on Sunday 22nd Make a beautiful card for your mum or Grandma.

I look forward to seeing you all as soon as possible. Miss Roe