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Netherthong

Primary School

Class 1

Friday 18th September 2020

admin on: Class 1

Good afternoon everyone!

We have had another brilliant week in class one and all the children seem to settling in really well!

As promised, Spelling Shed and Mathletics have been updated and are ready to use. You will find the logins required stuck on to their reading record books as well as a purple mash login card. 

Purple mash is a great tool to explore but homework isn't set on it each week. Home work tasks will usually be on Spelling Shed and Mathletics. 

Make sure you find a pocket of time to have a read with your child at home and fill in their reading records.

Many thanks,

Have a lovely weekend!

Mr. H.

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Friday 11th September 2020

admin on: Class 1

Hello everyone,

Happy Friday! This is the first blog of the new academic year, so hello to all the parents of the new year ones!

Firstly, I want to say how well all the children have come back to school! They have been amazing!

I will start posting work to do at home and any other news next week.

In the meantime, make sure you find a pocket of time to have a read with your child at home and fill in their reading records.

Lastly, if anyone has any spare time and they would be willing to pop in and volunteer please drop me an email at class1@netherthongprimary.co.uk

Many thanks,

Have a lovely weekend!

Mr. H.

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Friday 17th July 2020

admin on: Class 1

Good morning everyone!

My bubble and I will be updating the class one blog this morning with activities for over the summer break!

More to follow!

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Thursday 16th July 2020

admin on: Class 1

Good morning everyone!

I hope you are all well and good!

Here is today's list of suggested activities:

- GoNoodle -

- Phonics -

https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/parents/

‘ure’ sound!

Use the link above to view the Set 3 video published at 9.30 each day. Join in with the phonics learning and then at the end see how many words you can write down containing the ‘ure’ sound!

Feel free to enjoy the reading longer words video below too!


- English -

Write me a paragraph telling me what you are excited about in the summer break!


- Break -

- Maths -

Summer themed morning maths presentation Thursday! 

Crack the code place value activity!


- Lunch -

- Cinema - 

This afternoon we are going to sit back and enjoy a film together! 

Have a lovely day!

Thanks 

Mr. H.

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Wednesday 15th July 2020

admin on: Class 1

Morning all,

I just want to reiterate our thanks here at Netherthong for all your generosity! It is so appreciated, thanks again!

Here is today's list of suggested activities:

- GoNoodle -

- Phonics -

https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/parents/

‘ear’ sound!

Use the link above to view the Set 3 video published at 9.30 each day. Join in with the phonics learning and then at the end see how many words you can write down containing the ‘ear’ sound!

Feel free to enjoy the reading longer words video below too!

- English -

How good are you at knowing what type of punctuation to use at the end of different types of sentences?

Click here to open a page with different sentences that are missing punctuation.

Can you tell which is needed? There are answers underneath each level! 

-Break -

- Maths -

Summer themed morning maths presentation Wednesday page - click here!

Practice some addition and subtraction number sentences in your remote learning books and try using a number line or hundred square to assist you if you are getting into the larger numbers!


- Lunch -


- PE – 

Throughout the summer term, I would be teaching athletics and tennis to the children. While at home, I am going to leave this open-ended for you and make this a repeated PE 'job' for the coming weeks.

If you have the facilities and space to do tennis, teach your children balance and coordination, by balancing a ball on the racquet while walking and jogging, get them to bounce the ball like a basketball using the racquet, try to encourage good eye to hand coordination by getting the children to drop the ball with their non-dominant hand and hit the ball after a bounce with their dominant hand.

Encourage a good grip of the racquet by showing them either the frying pan grip or the axe grip. Use a swingball if you have one!

After a while, try to feed them throws and ask them to hit back to you with control.

Encourage a forehand style shot and work up to a backhand shot.

Once they have shown understanding have a game where you shout out forehand or backhand and they have to return the ball using the correct shot type. 

Other shot types could be practicing the volley (hitting the ball without it bouncing) or the smash (hitting a ball in an over arm style above head height shot).

Always encourage control over power, as balls in next door's garden will soon halt PE play in these days of social distancing! 

Over the coming weeks, try to get to a level where you could have a rally of five or ten simple shots with your child and incorporate moving to the ball where space allows it.

Where athletics are involved, track and field style events could be replicated at home through the use of jogging and running as track events or the use of makeshift hurdles. Field events could be trying to improve and progress the throwing technique, working on jumping, both high and long. 

This is an open-ended PE task that is open to interpretation and adaption to fit your needs. Most of all, have fun!

Have a lovely day!

Cheers,

Mr. H.


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