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Hello Year One!

 

Miss Hagger here checking back in with how you got on with your work. Did you manage to complete everything? 

 

I know your teachers are super excited to hear from you about what your favourite part of the year was. My favourite part of year 1 this year was definitely the nativity. It was so fab to watch every single class sparkle and shine with beautiful singing voices and even some slick dancing moves 💃

 

How did you find the maths today? I know it's been a while since we've partitioned numbers but I hope it jogged a mathematical memory for you and you didn't find it too tricky! 

 

Did you manage to complete the SPaG, handwriting and phonics activities today? Remember what we said about them keeping your brains working and remembering those skills! Especially how important they'll be in year 2! 

 

Well done for working hard today. Keep it up - one day left! 

 

Lots of love, 

Miss Hagger 

x 💕 x

Good morning Year One! 

 

It's Miss Hagger here! 👩‍🏫 How are you all? Hope you're all still working hard? It's amazing how quickly times flies by. We are now in the last week of school. Only a few days left to keep that determination up! 📆

 

Today in writing, we are asking you to write a postcard to your teacher, telling them everything you've loved about year one. 📫 It's always good to reflect on something and remember just how fun it was when it happened. Even though our year has been a little bit strange with the schools shutting, it has been so fantastic to see all the amazing work being sent in. 🤩 And let's not forget all the amazing things we got to do before we broke up back in march! We had trips, experiences, shows, assemblies, adventures, stories and fun with our friends 🎇✨💥. Have a think about your favourite part and then let us know! 

 

In maths today we're going to see if we can jog your mathematical memory and see if you can partition some numbers. This is where we break the number up into tens and ones. For example, if you had the number 56 you could break it into 5 tens and 6 ones e.g. (10+10+10+10+10 = 50 and 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 6). Have a look on the maths page and see if you can remember how to partition numbers. 😎

 

There's also some SPaG, handwriting and phonics for you to have a go at. ✏ It's really important we do these every day to keep our brains ticking and working. I know I'm going to be taking 5 mins every day over the summer holidays to practise these so when I return in September, I'm ready for the year head. I know your year 2 teachers would be super appreciative if you returned to school in September and your SPaG, handwriting, phonics and reading brains were switched on and raring to go! 🧠🏁

 

We are all so very proud of you guys for checking in every day and continuing to work hard at the school work being set. You are all superstars! 📚🦸‍♀️🦸‍♂️

 

Make sure to send your work into SeeSaw so us teachers can see just how hard you've been working. 😲😊

 

Best of luck year one, you know where we are if you need us. 

 

Lots of love, 

Miss Hagger 

x 💖 x

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