Year 1

Welcome to Year 1!

Mrs Stutters, Mrs Moore, Miss Britten, Mrs P, Miss Spencer and Miss Brooks welcome you to Year 1.



Week 2


Please find some additional tasks for your child to access this week. We would like all children to access the daily maths lessons on the White Rose website:

Your child can also now access doodleenglish - you can access this through your usual doodlemaths account - we would encourage your child to access this daily along with doodlemaths.


Keep up the fantastic work and send through examples of your child's work and we will add it to our twitter page.


Stay safe and please contact us if you need any further guidance.

Thank You!


Well done for all your efforts this week. Please keep sending us the fantastic work your child is doing either by email or twitter. A new activity has been set on Doodle Maths - this will be done every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Week 1 and 2 Home Learning Tasks



Another great resource for maths can be found below. Each lesson completed will earn a carrot point.


Here are some useful websites to help support phonics.

Phonics Play – Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2

To access this website the Username is march20 and the password is home. Early Years are working on Phase 2 and 3 sounds. Year 1 are working on Phase 5 sounds and alternative sounds. Year 2 are working on Phase 6 and spelling patterns. There is an additional link for work on spellings:

There are a range of decodable comics that the children can access and are familiar with.

Teach Your Monster to Read – Early Years and Year 1

This is a website with lots of activities and games to support phonics and the teaching of reading. The website is free to use on a computer but there is a charge if using the app on a phone or tablet.

Jolly Phonics – Early Years and Year 1

Jolly Phonics have a guide to how sounds are pronounced so children can keep practising their sounds.

We introduce the sounds using the Jolly Phonics songs and actions. The songs can be accessed using the following link:


Cbeebies have a collection of stories to view.

Oliver Jeffers is streaming stories every day. These can be viewed at:

Free e-books are available at Oxford Owl. You will need to create your own free login.

Me Books offer a range of downloadable books via their app.

READING – Year 2

Read Theory is free to use and offers levelled reading comprehension tasks. It is free to sign up and your child will then be asked to complete a pre-test to find the correct level for your child – please allow them to complete this by themselves so the texts selected will be appropriate for your child’s understanding. We would recommend completing at least 3 a week.



Other websites you may find useful to access a variety of games and activities are:     (suitable for Early Years and Year 1)

Forest School and Outdoor Learning activities can be found at:

Curriculum Newsletters

Useful Reminders

  • Every child needs to have a named PE kit in school. Year 1 have PE on Tuesdays and Fridays.

  • Year 1 visit the school library on Mondays so please ensure your child has their library book in their book bag on that day.

  • Year 1 change storytelling books on Wednesdays.

  • If you read three times a week and practise your Maths on DoodleMaths you can collect carrot points to trade in for a reward!

  • Homework is issued every Friday and carrot rewards offered for completion.

  • Spellings are issued fortnightly on Mondays.


Doodlemaths is an online website that allows your child to practise maths skills they have learnt in school and improve their recall of number facts. Your child has been given a password and username so that they can access the site. Please encourage your children to use the site and earn certificates for doing so. If your child has forgotten their password, please speak to the class teacher.


Common Exception Words

The expectation for the attainment of children in Year 1 has grown massively. In writing, children are expected to spell high frequency words, or common exception words (words we can't use our sounds to spell) correctly. Below is a list of all the words they should be spelling correctly in their independent writing.