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Lesson 1: Times Table Rockstars - Please spend 15minutes on this to work on your times tables.

Lesson 2: Maths  (1 hour) - I have recorded videos for both groups, so please follow the sub pages below to complete the work for your group. If you are not sure which group you are in, then please email Mr Roberts.


When completing the work you can either: answer all of the questions and then watch the videos to mark the work and check or you can watch the video and complete the questions at the same time.

Lesson 3: Phonics (30mins) - For this lesson, if we had been in school the children would have been recapping all of the work completed during lockdown to then be assessed and then put into groups accordingly. I will be running through some graphemes and words in the TEAMs call each day but I would encourage you to look back at the Year 1 Remote Learning Page where all of the videos were saved for each group and also make use of Phonics Play to access the games and activities on there.

Lesson 4: Reading or NESSY (15minutes) - If your child knows they do NESSY in school, then please email Mr Roberts for login details if they cannot remember them.


If you do not do NESSY, then please choose a book to read. I know it is difficult to read your school book at the minute because they have not been swapped for a long time. However, use this time to read something different - a children's magazine or newspaper, a children's website (BBC Bitesize or newsround do interesting articles), a free reading book you have always wanted to read!

Lesson 5: Victorian Day Activities - I will be running through some Victorian school activities on the TEAMs call today, so it would be really beneficial for the children to experience this to help them with their writing tomorrow. However, if not please have a look at the tasks below along with any resources you will need.


1) Generate a Victorian Name for yourself using the link below. There is also a very funny video to watch to find out what some people were called during the Victorian times - it made Mr Roberts laugh too!

2) For the first lesson of the day in a Victorian classroom, the children would have had their finger nails inspected to make sure they were immaculately clean! Then, they would have either done the school prayer, sang a hymn or the national anthem. So, have a look at the link below to sing/listen to the national anthem to start the day.
3) Drill exercises - The children would have took part in some 'drill exercises' which was their form of P.E. Have a look at the video below to find out about this and see if you can copy it too.

4) Handwriting - Lessons were very strict in Victorian times. The children would have been sat in rows facing the front of the classroom and there could have been up to 80 children in one class. The children would have been split into boys on one side and girls on the other. There would have been no talking at all and the teachers used a cane to punish any child who was not working hard enough or not doing the right thing.


 - Have a look at the handwriting example sheet and then try your own handwriting sheet after. Remember if you were a Victorian child and your work was not neat enough, you would have been hit with the cane and made to do it over and over again!

5) Toy making - For this activity see if you can make the Cup and Ball game which were common in Victorian times. If you have already made one of these for your home learning and do not want to make another one, then please research something else you can make instead.
6) Queen Victoria's Jubilee - The Queen celebrated her Golden Jubilee on 20th - 21st June 1887, which celebrated 50 years on the throne. Imagine you are making flags and bunting to celebrate the jubilee at school or with your family during the Victorian era! There is an example flag below and colouring one too for you to complete your own.