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Wisdom & Faith

Tuesday 2nd June

Good morning Year 1! 

Welcome to a new day. Remember to always make green choices. yes



What is the date today? Remember to use full sentences.

Morning message - 02.06.20



Let’s start our day with a prayer.


Hail Mary, full of grace,
the Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou amongst women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners,
now and at the hour of our death.  





  • Daily handwriting and phonics/reading
  • Grammar: Days of the week and 'ay' sound
  • English: The Race Across the River
  • Maths: Direction and movement - describe turns
  • Humanities: The Seaside




Daily handwriting and phonics/reading: Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics and continue reading each day. smiley





Grammar: There are 7 days in the week. Sunday is the first day of a new calendar week. Monday is the first day of a new school week. 


Phonics task

Play Uncle Tom's Days of the Week. You can even try Uncle Tom's Months of the Year too.






English: Re-read a traditional story; use phonics and other reading skills; sequence events from a story.

English with Miss Tanner

Let's warm up with an adjective game.


Use your wonderful adjectives to describe the animals (the tiny rat, the huge ox).



Use your sequence words when ordering the story.






Maths: Today we are learning more about direction and movement and describing different types of turns.


If you are finding it tricky, use your shapes from yesterday and the new shapes from today to cut out and help you.


Whole turn

Quarter turn

Half turn

Three quarter turn

Describing turns

Extra maths challenge - describing turns





Humanities: Today we will be learning about the seaside as part of our Humanities topic 'UK seas, rivers and mountains'We will be looking at the features of the seaside and what people do, eat and find when they go to the seaside.


Have you ever been to the seaside? If yes, what was it like? If no, what do you think it may be like?



  • Can you label the features of the seaside?
  • Can you write a postcard about a time you were at the seaside. What did you see, do and enjoy? (Choose between the two postcards).

Lucy and Tom Go To The Seaside