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Wisdom & Faith

Tuesday 5th May

Good morning amazing Year 1's

Morning message - 05.05.20



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


May is the month of Mary. 

Let's start the 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.  



Please note that you can find all school updates and letters at the link below. Please see below the most recent letter from Miss Pluckrose.



Check out the updates below. smiley



Check out PE with Joe and music with Ms Hume below. 



  • Handwriting and Phonics/reading
  • English: Read the two poems, If You Should Meet a Crocodile and The Vulture
  • Maths: Double numbers
  • Humanities: UK rivers



Daily handwriting and phonics

Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics per day. Find more about the words of the week (prefix -un and compound words) in the phonics link below. There will be one small grammar activity a day to help children learn their spellings better.


Using the prefix -un


ENGLISH - Today's activity focuses on poetry, rhyming and labelling with adjectives.

Check out the Bitesize video below to recap on what rhyming words are.

Let's recap on adjectives. These words describe nouns - people, places, things or animals.


Read today's poems with Miss Tanner

Poems If You Should Meet a Crocodile and The Vulture



MATHS - Today's activity focuses on doubling numbers. When we have double it means we add the same amount again. 2 doubled would be 2 + 2 = 4.


Can you try the doubles rap? It has rhyming words to help you remember.


Doubles Addition Facts Song



HUMANITIES - Today's activity focuses on the UK rivers. Can you remember the names of the UK countries? Can you remember the names of the UK seas you learned last week?


Take a look at the clip below to learn what a river is and where they come from.

Fun fact: the Atlantic ocean separates Canada from where we are in the UK.