Home Learning Pack
Here is another resource to use for ideas if you want to supplement the class home learning packs.
As the school is now closed, we have prepared a pack of resources for you to use with your child at home.
We would suggest that children of this age thrive on some structure and routine in their day. Engage your child with cooking, games, crafts, books and stories, schoolwork and physical activity. It is important that your children stay active and keep talking! Having the same structure every day will really help your child and should help you too if you need to spend time working from home.
Each week we will update our class pages on the school website so you can follow a weekly plan of learning activities. We have also provided you with a home learning folder with a variety of tasks, activities and resources. It is clearly indicated on the home learning plan which resources are needed for each activity. As much as possible, we have tried to plan activities which once you have explained to the children, they should be able to complete independently.
Please find attached below planning documents and resources for use with your children during weeks 1 and 2 of school closures. Each week that the school remains closed, we will add subsequent planning.
Please remember that you can email me by emailing
All emails will be forwarded to me
I can't wait to hear from the children and find out all about their home learning adventures!
!! Please let me know when sending photographs or videos of your child whether you would be happy for these to be uploaded to our class page as a celebration of their learning and so that the children can see what one another have been upto !!
Stay safe and look after yourselves, I miss you all already xxx
READ, READ, READ!
Each day you should be reading to a grown- up. This could be one of your school reading books, a comic or a favourite book from home!
There are lots of great audiobooks for you to listen to online. David Walliams is releasing a new audio story every day so get your grown- up to follow the links below.
Have fun reading!
David Walliams is releasing a new audio story every day!
Audible has made 100’s of children’s audiobooks for free!
Welcome back 1T!
We have another busy half term planned, with our learning being based
all around SPACE and including a fabulous trip to The National Space Centre on
Tuesday 24th of March.
Already the children are wowing me with their knowledge and facts about space!
This term we have started our spelling tests and I so impressed with the way the children have embraced learning their words, their efforts really show. Remember that learning them can be creative and fun as well!
Its hard to believe we are already half way through this half term!
Our topic is all about 'Polar Regions' and we have been busy at work producing some beautiful creative work all about Polar Bears and Penguins. We have been looking at fabulous stories like 'Lost and Found', 'Poles Apart', 'The Emperor's Egg' and 'The Bear' to guide our learning, and even have a go at waddling like penguins carrying our eggs to keep them safe from the ice.
We had such a super busy half term and everybody worked so hard!
Our half term topic was 'Under the Sea'. We learnt lots about different sea creatures and plants that live under the sea. The definite highlight was designing and making our own aquariums, which everyone put so much effort into.
A Pirate visited our class and left us clues round the classroom! His name was Pirate Pete. We used his story to create our own Pirate stories and learnt how to use adjectives to make our writing more descriptive.
We celebrated so many different occasions: Bonfire Night, Children in Need, Remembrance Day and finally Christmas. On party day we even had a visit from Santa who gave us all a present.
Welcome to Class 1T 2019-20
We have has a great start to Year 1 and everyone has settled in so well,
I am so proud of them all!
So far this term we have been very busy investigating 'Ourselves and Our World'.
We started with families and Stickman then moved onto adventures
with Paddington Bear, landmarks and maps.
Welcome to Class FH 2018-19
Autumn Term 2
Autumn Term 1
What a great start we have had to our learning journey here at Haydn! We have loved getting to know our new teachers, making new friends and exploring our new learning environment. We've already done so many things and are learning new skills all of the time!
We're Going on a Barefoot Bear Hunt!
We went on a walk to Woodthorpe Park looking for signs of Autumn.
It was a beautiful, sunny day and we collected lots of treasures
to put on our nature table back at school.