Squirrels Class

Squirrel Class is our Year 1 Class and is taught by Mrs Hooper and Mrs Hardwick.  

Welcome to Squirrels Class Page

Homework and if you are self isolating.

Into the Woods homework year 1 

The school will be using blended learning for long term self isolation which will be carried out through Google Classrooms.  

Spring Term 2022 Learning Focus

Into the Woods Squirrels curriculum map 

HomeSchoolValues-HOPE

Oak National Academy online classroom and resource hub

The sector-led Oak National Academy has launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.

The Oak National Academy can be accessed here:

https://www.thenational.academy/

Launch of BBC Bitesize

The BBC has launched an education package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents.

BBC Bitesize can be accessed here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Your Phonic work will be using the links below.

Phonics

Letters and Sounds

Reading  Image result for picture of reading book 

Readers whole school

Blogging work using CBBC

Please click below, log in and let us know by blogging about the TV Programmes you have been watching.

http://daysinthelife.berkleyschool.co.uk/

I can cook with Katy – Let us know if you cooked one of her dishes, how did you get on, did it taste nice, what did the texture feel like and what was your favourite bit?

Andy’s adventures – Where did he visit, was it exciting, what animals did you see, where would you like to visit and why?

Andy’s Aquatic Adventures – What does aquatic mean, what bit was your favourite, did you see any animals, mammals or fish and how did he get to his places?

Your favourite programme – Tell us about it and why it is your favourite?

Activities

Globe-Trottin-Kids-Scavenger-Hunt

PE

LETS GET MOVING 5/10 minutes per day

IG Sports –      Utube channel https://youtu.be/ErER2wg-w

There will be regular exercises to follow. Take a look and do your favourites.

With your parents show them your Wake and Shake or Take 10.  You can Utube it, if you want to do the actions to the music.

skills and challenges description

PE cards KS1

PE cards KS1(2)

PE card KS1(3)

Football PE KS1

Music

Hugh’s Musical Walks 

From Mrs Randle by her son in law Rainbows in the Rain

 

Get free access to Classical 100

 

Classical 100 is a fantastic collection of 100 carefully selected pieces of music and activities for you to share with your families over the coming weeks. You don’t have to be a music teacher to use Classical 100. Now, thanks to special support from our friends at Decca Classics and Classic FM, you and your family can enjoy listening and learning together too.

ABRSM’s Chief Executive, Michael Elliott, said: “We’re incredibly proud of what Classical 100 continues to achieve in 6,000 schools around the country but have always believed that parents have a fundamental role to play in supporting their child’s music. Many families are currently spending a lot more time together so this is a great opportunity for them to enjoy music with each other and support the progression of those at home who are learning to sing or play an instrument.”

Classical 100 features 100 pieces of classical music, ranging from Bach to Bernstein and Handel to Haydn with challenges set for each piece. Each challenge includes a helpful guide and all the resources you may need to get started, so everyone can bring the magic of music into their homes.

Register and explore Classical 100 today by clicking the link below:

 

CLASSICAL 100

Put In Berkley School

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If you play any musical instruments, learn a new piece of music you can play to us all when we return to school.

Practice a favourite song.

Art

Draw a picture of what you can see out of a window in your house

Red Ted Art – Easy Craft Ideas

https://www.redtedart.com

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