Home Page

Year 1 Learning page

Plan for Week commencing 4th May 2020 Look on our useful website page for all the details

Maths tasks - week beginning 27th April




This week we would like you to practice telling the time.

In Year 1 we work on o clock and half past. Can you practice telling the time on a clock. What time do you get up? What time does school start? When do you eat your tea? What time do you go to bed?

Below are some sheets that you can have a go at. 

Literacy tasks - week beginning Monday 27th April


Monday - See 'Meerkats at Chester Zoo'. below. Watch and answer questions on meerkats.


Tuesday - Draw and label a meerkat. What do you know about these amazing animals?  


Wednesday - Choose your favourite animal. Gather facts about your animal. What do they look like? What do they eat? Where do they live? 


Thursday - Draw your favourite animal. Can you label or write some sentences to describe it (see sheet below)


Friday - Make a meerkat mask and pretend to be a meerkat. Don't forget to forage for your food (see mask template below)



Friday 24th April


Chester Zoo Live! 

Join them LIVE on Facebook and YouTube from 10am for a WHOLE DAY of amazing animal antics.

Year 1 Literacy

Your learning plan for this week.

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3

Maths tasks - Monday 20th April


Hello Pirates and Gruffalo's.

This week in maths we would like to focus on money. Can you remember the value for all the coins you might find in a purse?

Maybe you could make your own tuck shop to buy snacks. You might want to go to the shop with 20p and see if you can work out how much change you will need to be given. You might want to buy two items and work out how much they cost together. Play shop and have fun. Maybe you could make a shop and put price labels on your toys.

Another idea is shown in the photo below. Can you make the amount shown in each muffin tin?



Year 1 Home Learning Page

Maths Problems!

Who is ready for a times tables challenge?
Have you been doing some exercise? Who has been doing the PE with Joe Wicks workouts? Can you put your pictures on the face book page?

Don't forget to keep trying hard with your handwriting! I have attached some sheets that you could have a go at on paper at home.


Look above for the PDF link if you would like to print this out.

Traditional Tales reading comprehensions, there are 3 different question banks. See which one you can do, ask your mum or dad to check with the answers sheet.

Maths Activity Mats


Here are some maths activities for you to have a go at. 

Signs of Spring 🌷


Have you spotted any signs of spring yet? Maybe you could draw a spring picture of the things you can see in your garden or when you’re out having a walk as part of your daily exercise. 

We have added a weekly plan for you to look at. You don't need to do everything, but it would nice to see some of your activities on our facebook page. Enjoy this time at home, but keep on learning!

Weekly Plan

30 Day LEGO Challenge


I know how much you all love lego! This is a great challenge, where the only rule is to use your imagination and have fun! xx


The Tiger Who Came to Tea


Look who came to my house for tea! I'm not sure how Dave felt about it.




Tell a grown up that they can now look at life sized animals through Google search



Be a Scientist!


Don't forget to check out the Science page (in Class Pages) 

There's a weekly quiz and some fun challenges too.

Banana bread 


Baking is a really fun thing to do as a family. This week I'm going to make some banana bread as it's a great way to use up any over ripe bananas you have. It's also a great excuse to eat cake for breakfast. I usually have these ingredients in my cupboard. 


I'll let you know how I get on xx


250g self raising flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

150g caster sugar

100g butter

2 eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

About 4 small bananas peeled.


1. Preheat the oven to 170C/150C fan

2. Grease and line a loaf tin (you could use any cake tin for this)

3. Sift the flour and baking powder into a large bowl. Add the caster sugar and butter and, using your fingertips, rub it in until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs.

4. Whisk the eggs and vanilla then add the bananas and mash with a potato masher.

5. Pour the banana mixture into the dry ingredients and mix together, then pour into the tin.

6. Bake in the oven for about an hour or until a skewer comes out clean.

7. Allow to cool for 10 minutes before removing from the tin.





Practice counting in 2's, 5's and 10's (I know you're all really good at this so blow your parents socks off smiley)


Which numbers are odd, which are even?


Do you know what is one more and one less than a number to 100?


Use your hundred square to help you.