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Home Learning - Morning Tasks


As of Monday 1st June, I will be in school teaching Year 1 and therefore won't be online every day to deliver daily Maths and English lessons like I have been doing.


From now onwards, we ask that you organise your own timetable to complete Maths and English lessons. Please look below to see what you can do. 

Feel free to continue to share your work on SeeSaw, however you do not have to. The lovely Mrs Long will be overseeing Class 3’s SeeSaw and she will able to approve posts and answer any questions that you have.  I will still be overseeing all of your work that you post every now and then, so I look forward to seeing what you’ve been up to! Keep up that high standard of work that you've displayed so far.


Thank you for being such home-learning superstars! It will be strange being back in school without you all there, but before we know it, everything will be back to normal and we can be reunited. 

Missing you all!


Miss Evans 


Weekly Home Learning Packs


In line with the guidance on our School App, a weekly home learning pack can be used for daily Maths and English tasks. This pack can be collected from school or printed off at home; please find the electronic documents at the bottom of this page. 





Online Websites to Support Home-Learning



You may want to use the daily Bitesize lessons for homeschooling in Maths and English. The lessons have been created with teachers and other educational experts and feature a mix of videos, animations, practice activities, quizzes and games for every year group. Check back every weekday for brand new lessons.



  • Home Learning Content compiled together by the Government


Maths Fluency


  • Practise formal written methods for four operations (column addition/subtraction and short division/multiplication).
  • Practise times tables - you may wish to continue testing yourself on a Friday.
  1. Maths Frame - Multiplication Tables Check
  2. Hit the Button




  • Daily Reading - this may be in the form of your school books, home books, magazines, poems, newspapers and so on!
  • Book Reviews 
  • Listen to stories - Audible




I will continue to post your weekly spellings on this page (please see below). Please test yourself on a Friday and feel free to share your results on Seesaw!


  • Practise your weekly spellings.
  • Practise your National Curriculum common exception words.
  • Write sentences for your weekly spellings.
  • Spelling Rules- please find the booklet in your packs that were sent home before the lockdown.

Weekly Spellings - Week 10 (final week of spellings for the year!)

Printable Home Learning Packs

To be completed weekly.

Home Learning Packs Guidance & Answers

To be marked accordingly. 

(Please do not access these until the work is completed).

Answer Video Tutorials

Use these for extra help if you are stuck.