Welcome to your first day of remote learning. Below you will find some activities that you can complete at home.  At the bottom of this page there are also some useful learning aids, visual prompts and worksheets  that you could print out to help you.

Remember, you don't have to do all of these activities and you can change or adapt them in any way you like.  

If you would like to share your work with us, then remember to email our Year One email 


Starter of the Day Challenge.

Can you write all of the numbers from 0-20? 

Can you write the numbers in the correct order?

Can you write the digits the correct way round? (remember no reversals!)


Fancy a challenge? Can you spell the numbers and write the words for each number?





Today we would like you think about Number representations This means how numbers can be shown in different ways. We have looked at this before in school.

 Here is an example. Hopefully, you remember doing this!


Here the number 25 has been used. Can you see how the number has been made in lots of different ways?



We would like you to do the same with a number or different numbers of your choice. 

You could roll dice to create your number, you could use your age, your house number or even the number of your favourite football player.  You could use number lines, write calculations, make it with money, use objects, draw around your hands. It really is up to you. 

Be as creative as you can. How many ways can you represent the number?



Today we would like you do some writing for us. We would love to hear all about your Christmas holiday and the presents you had.

Your task is to write us a few simple sentences about either your holiday or about a special or favourite present that you received. 

You can also draw a picture or may even want to include a photograph. 


Things to Remember!

  • Capital letters at the start of each sentence and for names.
  • Finger spaces in-between each word that you write.
  • Full stops at the end of the sentence.
  • Use your phonics to sound out each word that you need to write. Think carefully abut the correct grapheme that you need to use.
  • Best handwriting. (Remember to think carefully about tall and short letters and the letters that sit on, above and below the line)


Can you use a conjunction to join 2 sentences. e.g and, but?

Can you use any adjectives to add some description and detail to your writing?



Our new topic this half term in Science is Materials.

How many different materials can you think of?

Use the 3 example above to start you off. Can you make a list of them or ask a grown up to write them down for you. Look around your house and think about what different objects are made from


YOUR ACTIVITY. It's time to be a Science Detective! 

We would like you to go on a material hunt around your house.

How many different materials can you find and name? You can make your own labels for the materials, write them on strips of paper or post-it notes or print out the labels at the bottom of the page. Can you match up the objects around your home with the material they are made from?  Think about what the objects are made from and why and see if you can work out what lots of objects around the house are made from. Are any materials hard to find why?








Story Time. Guess How Much I Love You.

Listen to Ms Cooper reading story today. We hope you enjoy it.