The following suggestions are to support parents with structuring a ‘learning day’, which we appreciate could be challenging.
Children have all been provided with an exercise book to record their learning and it is the expectation that an appropriate level of work be completed each day.
Exercise books can be personalised and prizes will be given for excellent work. A high standard of presentation is expected.
If you want to demonstrate learning in an alternative way e.g. presentations, models, posters, then please share these with us using the following email:
Please also allow plenty of time for movement breaks and physical activity.
Also please encourage your children to drink plenty of water.
|Years 1 and 2|
|20 minutes||15 minutes||30 minutes||15 minutes||30 minutes||40 minutes||20 minutes|
|Reading (E.g. comprehension)||Spelling/ Phonics||BREAK||Writing activity||BREAK||Times tables (including division facts) and number bonds||Mathematics||LUNCH||Independent Learning
(Topic / Science)
|Activities / Reading for Pleasure|
For help explaining mathematical processes from Year 1 – Year 1 Maths Prompt Sheet
For help explaining mathematical processes from Year 2 – Year 2 Maths Prompt Sheet
Ttrockstars – A great way to practise your times tables. You can either try to beat your best time or compete against other people. https://play.ttrockstars.com/
Keeping Fit With Broadfield click HERE
Body Coach TV channel on youtube from Monday 23rd March will be uploading daily P.E. lessons to keep children active – https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1