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Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment.

We are continuing with our daily loom videos this week. You can watch all of the videos daily. They will be uploaded to the webpage by 9.30am each day. If you want to watch a video back to help you recap previous learning, click on the links below.

Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask. Send in your work to

Morning Welcome Loom videos for wk beg. 11/1/21 are below


Morning Welcome Loom videos for this week

Monday 18th 

Tuesday 19th

Wednesday 20th



Loom videos for wk beg. 11/1/21 are below

Monday –
Tuesday –


This week’s English Loom videos are below 

Monday English Loom Video

Tuesday English Loom Video

Wednesday English Loom Video

Thursday English Loom Video

Friday English Loom Video


You will find the activities for this week’s English below – click on the link for a printable version. Watch the daily loom videos and then complete the work.
The Paper Bag Princess 18.1.21



Printable version below



Resources for Friday’s activity



Friday beginning, middle, end statements



Printable version below

Friday beginning, middle, end statements


The daily Read Write inc live sessions will be uploaded by 10 am each day and appear below







Loom videos for wk beg. 11/1/21 are below



This week’s Maths Loom videos are below

Monday Introduction to weight and mass 

Tuesday Comparing mass

Wednesday Finding mass 

Thursday Review and problem solve

Friday Revisit numbers to 20


Below are the activities you will be completing this week. Have a look at the plan for the week below,  watch the loom video each day and then complete the tasks


Year 1 Maths planning WC 18.01.21


Printable version below

Maths planning WC 18.01.21


Session 1 – Monday

Objective: To be able to compare the mass of objects using the terms ‘heavy’ and ‘light’, ‘heavier than’, ‘lighter than’ and ‘as heavy as’.

SHOW -See LOOM video above and then complete the tasks below

DO Task 1 – White Rose lesson 1 activity sheet



White Rose Lesson 1 worksheet - introducing weight and mass


Printable version below

Additional resources

Watch the Video –  click on the link


Session 2 – Tuesday

Objective: To be able to compare the mass of objects using the terms ‘heavy’ and ‘light’, ‘heavier than’, ‘lighter than’ and ‘as heavy as’.

SHOW -See LOOM video above for Tuesday

DO Task 1 – Maths no Problem work sheet 1 pages 135-136 – click on the link below. Remember to only complete worksheet 1 – save the rest for tomorrow!

Maths no problem worksheets


Additional resources
Watch the Video – – week 1 – lesson 3 – compare mass
Task  2 – White Rose lesson 3 activity sheet



White Rose Lesson 3 worksheet - Compare mass


Printable version


Session 3 – Wednesday

Objective: To be able to find the mass of an object using non-standard units; to be able to use visualisation skills to estimate the number of units.

SHOW See LOOM video above for Wednesday

DO Task 1 – Maths no Problem worksheet 2 pages 137 – 138 only complete worksheet 2 – save the rest for tomorrow!

Maths no problem worksheets

Additional resources

Watch the Video –
Task 2 – White Rose lesson 2 activity sheet


White Rose - Lesson 2 worksheet - Measure mass


Printable version below


Session 4 – Thursday

Objective: To be able to apply knowledge of mass to solve problems.

SHOW See LOOM video above for Thursday

DO task – Maths no problem pages 140 – 142 and Mind work out p139

Maths no problem worksheets



Session 5 – Friday

Objective: To be able to recognise, read and write numbers up to 20 in numerals.

SHOW See LOOM video above

DO Task 1 – Maths no problem review 1 pages 77-80- click on the link below and scroll down to the correct pages

Maths no problem worksheets

Additional resources
Watch video – click on the link and then complete the task below



White Rose Review - numbers from 11-20


Printable version below



Key Knowledge Questions  / Key Skills    How much does it rain in Morecambe?  To know that tools are used to gather information about the weather..

Key Knowledge  A rain gauge measures how much rain has fallen.
In Britain, in 1662, two scientists called Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke worked together to invent a special type of rain gauge. The rain gauge could measure how fast the rain falls as well as how much rain falls.

Key Vocabulary rain gauge wind vane thermometer tools measure observe record precipitation

Learning activities
Measuring rainfall
The weather has been very wet over the last few days in Morecambe. We were wondering how much?

This week you are going to become meteorologists! You are going to study the amount of rain that falls in Morecambe this week.
Can you find out which day has the most rainfall?
You will invent your own rain gauge to collect and measure the rain.

Follow the instructions to make your rain gauge. (see instructions/measuring record sheet below)

Use a rain gauge to measure the amount of rain that falls on each day and record it in the table. Try to measure the rain at the same time each day. Then, answer the questions.
Link this to last week Maths’ work when were measuring in cm.



Measuring rainfall record sheet (1)




Printable version below



Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills How can we stay safe in extreme weathers?

To identify daily weather patterns (extreme/adverse weather) in the context of the UK weather.
I can understand how we stay safe in extreme weather.

Key Vocabulary  extreme, flooding, drought, hurricane, heat wave, protect.

Learning Activity
Dangers of Weather

How does the weather affect the things we do? (Remember our previous learning on the weather – last week).
Think about this in relation to leisure, jobs, holidays, the way we feel, clothing etc.
Think about the weather we have had in Morecambe over the last 3 weeks, how has this affected people you may know e.g. the elderly, pushing prams, riding bikes, travelling in a car.

Extreme Weather: Can you think of any ‘extreme’ types of weather?
Challenge: What damage do you think the weather can do to our surroundings?
Give prompts: buildings, people, nature, the environment.

Look at the pictures of these weathers below:
Extremely windy
Heat wave



Extreme weather pictures for Year 1 Geography



Printable version below

Extreme weather pictures for Year 1 Geography


How can we look after ourselves in these extreme weathers?
Choose one of the extreme weathers.


Draw pictures/write sentences on the spider diagram. Think how you would protect yourself, buildings and the environment e.g. plants/nature.


Use the Extreme weather Spider diagram template below to help you plan it out – click on the link
extreme weather spider diagram


Our value for this half term is hope – Discuss what this means and how we could show it at home and in the community.

How people and other living things have different needs; about the responsibilities of caring for them.

We are going to focus on this learning over the next weeks. This week we will look at how we look after pets and other people’s pets.
Remember when we were learning about animals in Science.
Watch the BBC link below and discuss the following questions.

What does your pet eat?
How often do you feed it?
Where do you keep your pet? Is it in a safe place? How often do you clean your pet/pets bedding/ pets home?
How does your pet get exercise?
How much time do you spend with your pet?
What happens when your pet is ill?
Is your pet safe with other people?
If you already have a pet or know someone who does, think about this pet when you are answering the questions.

If you would like, you could make a leaflet/booklet about how to look after a pet.




KKQ / Key Skills       What do some people do because they believe in God?

Key Knowledge

Shabbat is the name of the day of rest in Judaism.

Shabbat happens on the seventh day (Saturday) of every week.

Shabbat, begins Friday when the sun goes down, and ends Saturday night after it gets dark.

The idea of Shabbat comes from the Bible’s story of Creation. In that story, God creates the Universe and everything on Earth for six days. On the seventh day, He stops work. In the same way, Jews work on the first six days of the week and rest on the seventh day, Shabbat.

Key Vocabulary Jewish, celebrate, Shabbat candles, prayer.

Learning Activity
The past couple of weeks we have been looking at special occasions and special meals. We are now going to compare this with how Jewish families celebrate Shabbat – A special meal and a special occasion.

Watch the video clips below

A Jewish family welcomes their grandparents to celebrate Shabbat together. Just before dark, the mother lights the Shabbat candles and recites a prayer. The family drinks wine or grape juice from silver goblets and receives a blessing from the grandfather. They explain that Shabbat is a time to talk and celebrate with family.

Can you now answer the questions below?

When does Shabbat take place? How did the family prepare for Shabbat?

Think of two of the activities that Jews cannot do during Shabbat and two activities that YOU are allowed to do.

What activities do YOU do on Saturdays and what activities are Jewish children allowed to do?


KKQ / Key Knowledge / Key Skills What skills do I need for underarm throwing?

To show control and accuracy with the actions for underarm throwing.
To understand the concept of getting to a good position for aiming.
To explain why playing games is good for us

Learning Activity

Move into a space and get an adult to shout out one of the different animals below. The children move around in the following ways.
CATS – moving on tiptoes as if moving stealthily/prowling
ELEPHANTS – with giant steps
GIRAFFES – walking tall with arms reaching into the sky
PENGUINS – walking with feet together on their heels
SNAKES – sliding along the ground

MONKEYS – with swinging arms

Exercise 1: Children lie on their stomachs and pull themselves like a snake along the ground without moving their legs.
Exercise 2: Children move around the space like a crab on their hands and feet.
Exercise 3: Children lie on their fronts and with their hands palm down by their shoulders & lift their upper body off the ground. Do five push ups. Encourage children keep their legs straight.


Use a bean bag or a toy.
Over the opposite shoulder to collect with the other hand. Through the legs. At arm’s length balance the beanbag on the back of the hand and move the arm (keeping it straight) across the front of the body and back. Do the same with both arms.

Target throw
Have one beanbag (toy) and at least three cones (objects). Arranges cones in a flower shap.. The two flower shapes should be about 2 metres apart. Stand behind their cones (objects) throw the beanbag underarm at one of the cones or petals of the flower. Each time they successfully get the beanbag to land on a cone they collect the cone and add it to their own flower.

Joe Wickes has announced that he will be back doing 3 live workouts per week. 9am on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
They will be 20 mins long and designed for children. Join in with your family to keep you active.


KKQ / Key Knowledge / Key Skills What different shades and tones can your pencil make? To explores tone using your pencil.
To experiment and investigate by making a small pattern and fill it using different tones. See example below.

Key Vocabulary Shade, tone, pressure, lightly, softly, straight, curved, darker, lighter.

Learning Activity  This week we are going to explore light and dark tones, using a pencil.

Practice using your pencil to make light marks and dark marks.

Use your pencil to fill in 4/5 boxes starting with the lightest and finishing with the darkest.

The skill is to apply pressure softly or harder to create the different tones. SEE EXAMPLE BELOW


Draw a small pattern using curved lines and fill it in using as many different tones by pressing soft or hard. SEE EXAMPLE BELOW






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