Welcome back to the Summer term!

Hello everyone and welcome back to a very unusual Summer term. I hope you’ve had a lovely Easter Holiday that was filled with lots of excitement.  As the school is still closed for most children, we will be continuing with the home learning and will be-despite this-hopefully looking forward to a fun-packed and exciting term in Year 1!

Please continue to check out the home learning page every Monday morning at 7 am for your weekly timetable. It is filled with a variety of activities covering all of our subject areas. It has been organised and structured for you to complete throughout the week.

Please carry on with working through your CGP literacy and numeracy books at a steady pace by doing at least one page a day. Do continue to visit the blog page and share your wonderful comments or ask questions. It is great to hear from everyone.

Our Topic this term is “Our School and Local Areas.”

For the first part of the Summer term, we will be learning basic geographical vocabulary, reading and making maps and study the differences between where we will and other parts of the world.

For the second part of the Summer Term, we will be learning about significant historical people, places and events in our locality.  


We will continue with the topic of plants by learning how to identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of common flowering plants, including trees.

We will also learn about the seasonal changes that take place.

P.E-Please refer to the weekly timetable which will have various activities to do.

R.E- Please refer to the home learning page as well as the weekly timetable.


We will be exploring a range of skills using our ‘Purple Mash’ software and Busy Things.


The first part of this term we will be learning about mental health and how we feel.

Lastly, I want to say that you are all doing an amazing job with your home-learning! Continue with the wonderful work!

Look after each other and stay safe.  You are all dearly missed and we can’t wait to see you again very soon.