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While We Can't Hug

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A message from the children in school to their friends at home, hope you enjoy!

Good Morning Year 1 and Parents, 


I hope you are all well and keeping safe.


Home learning will be different this term as we begin the phased re-opening of school. Instead of posting daily activities, I will post a workbook for English (to be completed over three weeks), a weekly Maths workbook (to be completed over the week) and a weekly project for the afternoons. 


Again, please do as little or as much as you like.


Missing you all, 

Take care,


Miss Morrison

Hello Children and Parents,


I hope you have all had a lovely Easter together in the sunshine and you have eaten lots of chocolate!


I'll be putting up learning daily again for the next couple of weeks, please do as little or as much as you like.


This time there will be two reading comprehensions available each day, please choose which one is the most appropriate. Each afternoon, I will give a few different suggestions/options for the afternoon's learning. You can choose which one you like the best (or have the resources for) or you can do them all. For the next couple of weeks you will be making lots of space related objects out of recyclable objects (just to let you know so you can start stocking up!)

I hope you have fun making them together, please take lots of photos, but I really hope you will be able to share your learning with me soon!  

I really miss you all and look forward to hopefully seeing you soon.


Take care,

Miss Morrison


Reading books

Oxford Owl have made the books that your child reads at school into ‘eBooks’ for the duration of the school closure so that your child can read at home for free! The eBooks are tablet friendly and there are also reading pages available to help you support your child’s reading.


To read these books click on this link and select ‘Oxford Owl for Home’ – ‘enter site’, then select ‘free eBook Library’, then ‘browse eBooks’ and then ‘browse the library’ and then select ‘levels’ and then finally select the ‘book band colour’ and it will bring up about 20 different books for your child to read. Click on the book that you would like to read and then click on ‘read eBook’. The first time you do this, you will need to create an account (it's free) but once you've done this your child can read as many books as you like!


Extra learning

The BBC have launched an educations package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents. If you would like more learning, BBC Bitesize will be posting daily lessons at 9 a.m. They can be accessed here:



Good morning Year 1 and Parents,


Thank you for completing the last two weeks of learning. If you and your family would like a fun project to enjoy together over the Easter holidays, please see the Whole School Easter Home Learning page.


I'll be back to post more learning after the Easter break.


Have a well deserved break!

I'm missing you all lots!

Take care,

Miss Morrison

Good Morning Year 1 and Parents,


Each day I will be posting daily learning to complete. There will be spellings, writing, reading, maths and curriculum tasks.  

Please complete all written work in the provided book that you came home with or if you were not at school last week in any A4 notebook. You can practise spellings in the blank part of the page and write sentences on the lines underneath. 

Hopefully, we will be able to share your learning when we are all back together in school.


Take care, 

Miss Morrison



PE Resources


At school we use a PE scheme of work called Real PE. The company who produce this have opened up some of their online learning platform called Jasmine to help your children stay active at home over the coming weeks.

It is called Real Play and it will give you some easy activities and adventures to enjoy with your children at home.


The website address is:


Password: chesterton 

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