Home School Learning Offer for Class 1 ( Year 1 and 2) updated February 2022
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Dear Parents and Carers,
Your child has been invited to represent Whittingham Warriors in a national school competition, to take climate action. Planet Super League works in partnership with more than 50 professional football clubs to help promote climate action (you don’t have to be a football fan to get involved).
Schools vs. Climate Change is an online competition where children, teachers, families and stakeholders of the school compete against other schools in a fun, online competition to see who can score the most ‘green goals’.Green goals are scored by completing a variety of activities, which can be completed as an individual, as a class or at home to inspire changes that, collectively, can have a big impact on the planet as well as scoring goals for our school to become the School vs. Climate Change champions.
When is the tournament?
Monday 10th January 2022 - Sunday 20th February 2022 (6 weeks).
How do I get involved?
There are over 100 activities to do on the Planet Super League website, including: Trying a meat-free meal
Active travel to school, work or the shops
Making posters to remind people to turn off the lights
There are activities across several categories, some educational, some fun, some impactful and others simple and effective everyday behaviour changes.
Sign up for free now at planetsuperleague.com
Click Sign Up
Enter your email address and a password
Choose your favourite (or most local) football club
Select Northumberland Local Authority from the search bar/dropdown
Select Whittingham Church of England Primary School ( we may also be known as Whittingham Warriors) from the search bar/dropdown
Choose a fun Team Name
Start scoring green goals!
For more information visit: planetsuperleague.com/schools to see our FAQs.
If you are unable to download these activities then the followingcan be practiced;
We have been learning the story 'How to Find Gold' Ask your child to draw a story map of the key events. Can they now write thestory using the story map as a prompt?
Ask your child to finish the story - what do they think the endingcould be? Remember to use wow! words (adjectives) that couldmake your writing more interesting.
Number formation 0-20
Letter formation of lowercase letters a-z
Using the sounds in your Childs spellings to write a sentence ofyour or their choosing.
Play bingo for numbers 1-100
Find as many numbers that can be used to make 100
If you are able to complete any of these activities then pleaseupload a picture either on your Childs portfolio or through aprivate message.
for your home learning tasks today I would like you to complete;
English tasks - I will send screenshots of the task activity page onhere as I have had feedback to say that thisis easier to see thanhaving to download it.
Science - We have been learning about objects and theirmaterials! How many materials can you find in your house? Why might an object be made from that material? Can you think of the properties that we discussed in school? To extend - can you think of and carry out an experiment to test how waterproof/durable/bendy/transparent it is?
History - we have been learning about the Great Fire of London! Can you recall the key events? Can you write these down or draw them in order? To extend - we have been learning about the diary of Samuel Pepys. Can you write a diary entry imagining that you are Samuel Pepys during the time of The Great Fire of London?
Again, please only complete this work if you can and let me knowif you have any more questions or concerns.