​Sir Edmund Hillary Primary School

    Home-Learning Spring 2021    


Home Learning Timetable Week Beginning: 22.2.2021

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Homework Timetable: 22.2.2021

  Help Save Our Planet!  

       Maths Sessions     

Monday 22th February  

 monday - bronze addition on a number line.docxDownload
 monday - gold addition on a number square.docxDownload
 monday - silver addition on a number square.docxDownload
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Tuesday 23rd February

 Tuesday - bronze addition on a number line.docxDownload
 Tuesday - gold addition word problems.docxDownload
 Tuesday - silver addition on a number square.docxDownload
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Wednesday 24th February 

 Explore the different coins.  What shape are they?  What colour are they?  How do you know what each coin is worth? 

Create a piece of artwork using the different coins.  You could draw around the coins or create brass rubbings.   

Thursday 25th February

 Thursday - bronze adding to 10p.docxDownload
 Thursday - Gold adding to 20p.docxDownload
 Thursday - Gold+ adding to 30p.docxDownload
 Thursday - Silver adding to 15p.docxDownload
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Friday 26th February

 Friday- bronze money investigation.docxDownload
 Friday- gold money investigation to 10p.docxDownload
 Friday- silver money investigation to 10p.docxDownload
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Purple Mash Activities - 22.2.2021

Task 1 - Complete the addition to 20 equations

Task 2 - Take part in the addition to 10 race

Task 3 - Match the number bonds and pop the bubbles

Click the following link to access Purple Mash


Year 1 CLIC challenges

Monday 22nd February - Please complete the CLIC challenge for the CLIC your child is working on and send us the results. Thank you.

 CLIC challenge 1.docxDownload
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 CLIC challenge 3.docxDownload
 CLIC challenge 4.docxDownload
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CLIC challenges - Set 2

 CLIC challenge 5 set 2.docxDownload
 CLIC challenge 6 set 2.docxDownload
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Year 1 Let's Learns - Practice these number facts so you child knows them without having to work them out.

      Useful Documents      

Spelling Bee Spring 2

CLIC Booklets

 Parent's Pack Clic 1 (SEH).docxDownload
 Parent's Pack Clic 2 (SEH).docxDownload
 Parent's Pack Clic 3 (SEH).docxDownload
 Parent's Pack Clic 4 (SEH).docxDownload
 Parent's pack Clic 5.docxDownload
 Parent's pack CLIC 6.docxDownload
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Curriculum Mind-Map - Dinosaur Planet!

    Remember, Remember ...    

Click the picture links below for songs and activities to help your child remember facts.

 Year 1 Curriculum Documents 

Year 1 Curriculum Long Term Planning

Year 1 English Long Term Planning

Old Documents

            Meet the Team            

Mr Handley - 1H Teacher

Mrs McConway - 1M Teacher

Mrs Arrand-Lacey - TA

Mrs Slater - TA

Mrs Hardy - TA

Miss Tinker - TA

Mrs Smith - TA

Mrs Cairns - TA

Mrs Traczykowski - KS1 co-ordinator

   Fire! Fire!   



      English Sessions      

Monday 22nd February

Today we are learning about the life of Mary Anning. Can you put yourself in her shoes and plan a diary? Think about what you could see and hear on the beach. How did you feel when the scientist came to visit you?

Tuesday 23rd February

What can you remember about Mary Anning from yesterday? You may want to watch the video again. Use the box up plan you created yesterday to help you  write a diary entry as Mary Anning. 

Wednesday 24th February

Today we are going to meet a paleontologist who is an expert on dinosaurs. Is there something you would really like to find out about dinosaurs? Think of some interesting questions you want to ask and write them down. 

Thursday 25th February

Building on from yesterday, we are going to be researching different dinosaurs. Pick a dinosaur and use the internet or any dinosaur books you may have at home to find out some interesting facts. 

Friday 26th February 

Using your amazing dinosaur facts, can you write a riddle describing your dinosaur? Be prepared to share them next week with your classmates, I wonder if anyone can guess your dinosaur?

 Spelling Words - Week beginning: 22.2.21 

now grow tried field
eat head her after
do little

Week Beginning - 22.2.2021

Task 1 - Complete the spelling task - tricky words

Task 2 - Create some dinosaur similes (as tall as a mountain, as fierce as a lion, etc.)

Task 3 - Sam and Bat play ball - Use the conjunctions and, but and so to complete the sentences 

Click the following link to access Purple Mash


      Reading Activities     

Week Beginning - 22.2.2021

Purple Mash Reading Comprehension

Ned and the Jungle Animals - Chapters 1 and 2

Task 1 - Read chapter 1 and complete the reading comprehension.

Task 2 - Read chapter 2 and complete the missing words activity. 

Click the following link to access Purple Mash


Log into Oxford Owl, find the correct book band for your child and enjoy reading for 15 minutes a day.

Click the picture link below

     Look at all the amazing things we have been doing at home!     

Becoming a weather reporter for the day!

Rain, Rain Go Away!

Let's go fly a kite!


This half-term our topic is

Dinosaur Planet!

This topic develops the children’s knowledge about dinosaurs and fossils, and the amazing discoveries of palaeontologists such as Mary Anning. The children will become palaeontologists!  It aims to encourage children to identify changes in the world. It provides the opportunity for the children to express themselves creatively through sketching, animations and puppets. 


Inspirational Text - Where the Wild Things Are

We will be learning about ...

  • making predictions
  • writing our own stories 

Non-fiction - Dinosaurs 

We will be learning about ...

  • Mary Anning
  • Dinosaurs


We will be writing riddles to describe dinosaurs.

We will be looking at the use of similes to describe.


In Maths we will be learning:

  • Numbers to 100
  • Addition and subtraction using numbers to 30
  • Multiplication - adding equal groups
  • Division - sharing into equal groups
  • Money - recognising coins and adding amounts

Let's Learn ...

  • Double numbers to 10
  • Half numbers to 20
  • Number bonds to 10 (0+10, 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, 5+5)
  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s
  • 1/2/3 more and 1/2/3 less using numbers to 20

We enjoyed creating buildings in the style of the buildings in 1666.  Then we had our own Great Fire of London!


We will be learning about ...

Science - Animals

  • classify animals into animal groups (mammals, reptiles, fish, birds, amphibians
  • recognise animals that are herbivores, carnivores and omnivores
  • recognise what animals need to stay healthy

History - Mary Anning

  • recognise events from the life of Mary Anning
  • recognise how life has changed since the time of Mary Anning

Geography - Continuous Provision


  • look at the use of symmetry in art
  • create prints 


DT - Puppets

  • designing, making and evaluating puppets

ICT - Animated Storybooks

  • use a paint package the create pictures
  • types sentences to tell a story
  • add sound
  • create movement

RE - Celebrations and Festivals

  • learn about different celebrations and why they are important to people
  • identify celebrations that are important in different religions
  • recognise why Easter is important to Christians

PSHE -Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing

  • understand how to stay healthy
  • understand the importance of physical and mental health  

Music - Jolly Music

  • recognise pulse, rhythm, pitch and beat in a piece of music

      Dinosaur Planet!      

       Keeping in Touch!       

If you have any questions/concerns please feel free to email us using the Year 1 email. 


    Topic Sessions     

Monday 22nd February

We are learning about the different ways to classify different animals. Can you put the animals into the correct groups? Think about the different characteristics they have. 

Tuesday 23rd February


We learning how to identify herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Can you group the animals correctly? Think about what the different animals may eat. 


Can you write some sentences explain what herbivores, carnivores and omnivores are? Use the information provided or do your own research on different animals to find some examples. 

Wednesday 24th February

Choose an activity from the Well-being Wednesday sheet and enjoy some time away from the screen!


Thursday 25th February 

We are going to be creating our own animated E-books on purple mash. 

Can you write your own story about dinosaurs? Imagine a character that has travelled back in time to the Jurassic Period and discovers a mysterious dinosaur egg. What could happen next?

Remember to check your '2dos' on purple mash to find this task.

Friday 26th February

Complete a Joe Wickes PE session from you-tube.

Click the link below to access PE session

Purple Mash Activities - 22.2.2021

Task 1 - Label the different parts of the dinosaurs

Task 2 - Complete the paintings of a t-rex or a stegosaurus

Task 3 - Practice typing using the index finger on your left hand.

Click the following link to access Purple Mash



















Take a look at our amazing polar bear projects!

We have also found out lots of interesting facts about polar bears! 

Weather Around the World!

Storm Whale!

            Useful Websites            

Click on the links below to access the website

Take a look at some of our fantastic bird drawings!

          Useful Information          

PE - Multi-Sports

PE is on Tuesday this half-term.

Please ensure your child has a white t-shirt, tracksuit trousers/leggings, a sweatshirt and trainers/pumps.


Please see your child's homework timetable.


Reading books will be changed every Monday.  Please write in your child's diary each time they read at home so they can earn reading points! This should be at least 5 times a week! 

Spelling test

Spelling test will be every Monday.