Polite Reminder... If your child is back in school, its is especially important to follow current Government Guidance and limit the number of families/friends you are mixing with outside of school. This is vital for the safety of staff and children!
Please send your child to class with a drink and snack, sun hat, coat, sun cream already applied, packed lunch or lunch already ordered on Lunch shop'.
Please use the markers on the floor outside of school and a member of staff will collect or bring your child to you.
Many Thanks for your support with this.
Please respond to the school Dojo email, if you haven't already. You will have received the email today Thursday 2nd April. All work will be set on Dojo after the Easter break and you will be able to share your child's work with me using this programme.
Friday 27th March 2020
Hi Year One,
I hope the work packs sent out/home have kept you busy. After the Easter break, work will be uploaded daily onto this page for you.
Have a safe Easter
Some fun activities to help you get through Easter…
Decorate an egg activity can still be done, use the egg box or the egg shell. Design your egg/egg box first before making. You could even run a family competition or choose a theme.
There are lots of Easter activities online https://kidactivities.net/easter-art-crafts-snacks/ including ‘The story of Easter from The Beginners Bible’ a story of Hope, Faith and Love. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PSgoPdKQFQ
Keep reading and playing on ‘Teach your monster to read’
If you have Lego or another building material at home like KNEX or even cardboard (off Easter egg boxes), these challenges look like lots of fun.
I have chosen some activities that link to our recent topics in class.
DO NOT THROW OUT YOUR EASTER EGG BOXES THEY WILL COME IN HANDY AFTER EASTER!!
Joe Wicks is also doing a Daily Workout at 9am Monday-Friday until the schools open!
This term the topic for the children in Year 1 at All Saints’ Primary School is “Bright Lights, Big City” and they are having great fun learning all about our own capital city – London – with its history, transport and famous landmarks and people!
As part of the topic the children were all invited to the “Queen’s Tea Party”. This was a traditional afternoon cream tea, with fresh scones, jam and cream and, whilst the children were disappointed the Queen was unable to attend herself, they had a wonderful time. The class had dressed up in their best clothes in honour of the occasion and our 5 year old children have enjoyed recounting the very special event.