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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 and 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 from last week 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 [email protected]


Find out what you are doing today on our Welcome loom video are below – this will run through your timetable for the day

Monday 8th Feb

Tuesday 9th Feb 

Wednesday 10th Feb

Thursday 11th Feb

Friday 12th Feb






Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

Monday 1st February English 

Tuesday 2nd February English

Wednesday 3rd February  English

Thursday 4th February English

Friday 5th February English

This week’s English Loom videos are below

Monday 8th Feb

Tuesday 9th Feb

Wednesday 10th Feb

Thursday 11th Feb

Friday 12th Feb




You will find the activities for this week’s English below


English plan below  – click on the link






8.2.21 The Owl and the Pussy cat







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Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

Monday 1st February Number Patterns

Tuesday 2nd February Counting to 50

Wednesday 3rd February Tens and Ones

Thursday 4th February Counting in 10s

Friday 5th February Number Consolidation


This week’s Maths Loom videos are below

Monday 8th Feb Addition and Subtraction

Tuesday 9th Feb Missing Number Problems

Wednesday 10th Feb Bar Models and Word Problems

Thursday 11th Feb Solving Word Problems

Friday 12th Feb Finding the Difference




Maths plan below – click on the link 

Year 1 Maths planning Addition and Subtraction word problems



Maths resources for the week 

Monday Lesson 1




mathsnoproblem worksheet-1




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Tuesday Lesson 2





mathsnoproblem worksheet-2





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Wednesday Lesson 3






mathsnoproblem worksheet-3






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Thursday Lesson 4




mathsnoproblem worksheet-4





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Friday Lesson 5





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Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills

How windy will it be today?
To know that tools are used to gather information about the weather.
Key Knowledge
Wind speed refers to the average speed over a given period, while wind gusts are a rapid increase in strength of the wind relative to the wind speed at the time.
The numbers in the circle indicates speed in the units chosen (mph, kph or knots). The arrow points in the direction in which the wind is blowing.
Key Vocabulary Anemometer, wind speed, measure, record, chart, timer, minute.
Learning activities
Have a look at the map of the UK.

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UK wind map

Can you find Morecambe?
The numbers in the circles show you the speed of the wind and the arrow shows you what direction the wind is blowing.
Can you find the windiest part of the UK?
How windy is it in Morecambe?
Where is the best place to fly a kite?
Over the last few weeks, we have been ob
serving and recording the weather very closely. We have looked at weather patterns, rainfall, and temperature.
This week we would like you to make observations on the wind.
You can do this by looking at the daily weather forecast or by following the Wind anemometer instructions to measure the wind speed yourself. (see instruction sheet)


Click on the link below for the instructions

How to make an anemometer

Why not investigate the direction the wind is blowing. You could use some bubbles, a light piece of material etc to show the wind direction.
Resources / Website links
Click on the link to see a weather report




Key Knowledge Questions  / Key Knowledge / Key Skills
What can I see when I look through a viewfinder?
To use a viewfinder to select a view, or shapes and visual clues in an image and then record what is selected within the frame.
Key Vocabulary Viewfinder, observe, view, image, imagination, frame, drawing, line, shape.
Learning Activity
Linked to our English theme – The Owl and the pussy cat we would like you to use your imagination and drawing skills to draw what you might see if you were looking through a telescope.
This is for the end of the week after you have read a poem.
Use a tube (toilet/kitchen roll) to look through at one of the pictures in the story. What can you see? What shapes, patterns, lines and colours can you see?
Can you see the bong tree or the piggy wig in the forest or the boat?


Draw what you can see.
If you do not have a tube, you can make your own viewfinder by cutting a circle out of a piece of paper and placing it over an image in the poem -draw what you can see.



Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills
Can you predict the weather for the next week in February?
To identify daily weather patterns in the UK (Weather Forecasting).
To understand what weather forecasts show.
To use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to key human and physical features.
To use key words to describe the weather.


Key Vocabulary Symbols, forecast, predict, weather, tomorrow, tonight, this afternoon, temperature.
Learning Activity
Look at the weather symbols on the chart. Can you name the different weathers we have had in Morecambe last month?

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weather symbols

Watch a weather forecast on the television or on the internet. Can you see any of the symbols that we know?
Using your knowledge of the weather from the beginning of the week and the weather charts you have made. Can you make your own weather forecast?
Watch a BBC Weather Forecast of the UK. On the first viewing, just watch the forecast and listen to the language and symbols used.
On the second viewing, record key words or draw pictures of the symbols they observed on the forecast.


Pretend to be a weather presenter and present your weather forecast for what the weather would be like tomorrow in Morecambe.
You can even film yourself and watch it back with your family – you could even send it into school    [email protected]
Things to think about
Do you think the weather will stay the same during the day?
Do you think it will be colder in the morning, afternoon, evening or during the night?
In your presentation, give tips on how to stay dry/warm at this time of year.




Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills
Charanga unit – In the groove. Log in to Charanga for the lesson – your log in details were sent in your Home Learning pack which you collected this week.
Click on the link below to access the session

Learning Activity
In this unit, we have been listening and appraising a range of music genres.
Blues, Baroque, Latin, Bhangra, Folk and Funk
This week’s style is Bhangra.
Jai Ho by A.R. Rahman
Key Knowledge
Jai Ho (May Victory Be Yours) by A.R.Rahman was written for the 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire.
It is an anthem that accompanies a choreographed dance section in the closing credits of the film.
Allah Rakha Rahman (6 January 1966) is an Indian composer, singer-songwriter, record producer, musician and multi-instrumentalist.
His work is noted for integrating Indian classical music with electronic music and also using traditional orchestras.




In The Groove - Listen and Appraise music




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Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills
How can I throw with accuracy to hit a target?
To show control & accuracy with the actions for underarm throwing
To understanding the concept of getting to a good position for aiming
To explain why playing games is good for us.
Key Vocabulary  Throw, underarm, target, accuracy, aiming
Learning Activity
Warm up: ANIMALS
In a defined area move into spaces and on command interpret a range of animals.
For example children could move 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

Skills Activity

TARGET THROW – under arm throw.
Child has one beanbag and at least three cones/objects.
Arrange cones/objects in a flower shape.
Stand 2m away and throw the beanbag underarm at one of the cones/objects or petals of the flower.
Each time they successfully get the beanbag to land on a cone/object they remove it.
Continue the game until all the petals have gone.
Get set for PE


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Get Set For PE is a great website for activities to keep the whole family active.
One piece at a time give a range of activities including
Giving back
Print off your one piece at a time activity sheet and follow the link to find different activities that the whole family can join in.



Key Knowledge Questions / Key Knowledge / Key Skills
What do some people do because they believe in God?
Key Vocabulary Shabbat, Havdallah, blessing, symbol, multi-wicked candle.



Learning Activity
Celebrating Shabbat at the Synagogue
Watch the short video clip about celebrating Shabbat at the synagogue. How is this different from celebrating Shabbat at home?


Can you spot any of the artefacts that we looked at last week?
How do they look after the Torah scrolls?
Watch the short video clip about Havdallah.


When Shabbat comes to an end on Saturday evening, a Havdalah ceremony is held to mark the occasion.
A blessing is said over wine, a symbol of joy, then over sweet spices, to comfort the soul at the loss of Shabbat.
Finally, a multi-wicked candle is lit to show that Shabbat has ended and that fire may be created again.
Can you think of times during your daily routines that are special to you?
This could be a story at bedtime or a mealtime with the family.
The girls in the video are looking forward to the next Shabbat.  Is there something you are looking forward to next week or the week after?


PSHE/ P4C/ Values

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.

This week we are going to think about the question:
How do we care for people/things at school?

Watch the video link below and listen to the story – BE KIND.

How was the girl trying to help in the story?
What did she do that was kind?
How can we take care of our belongings in school?
What can we do if someone is upset?


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