St Martins Academy Chester

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Date: Thursday 18th to Friday 26th October

The homework that is set for the children in Bridgegate is designed to support, consolidate and extend the learning in class and inspire their curiosity outside of the classroom. Bridgegate’s blog is full of new, creative ideas and interactive games that will help your child. Thank you for the hard work and effort that you all put in to working with your child at home, the Year One Team are extremely grateful for your support.

Reading: Please continue to read with your child every night and please may you record this in your child’s Reading Record. Reading to your child is also very beneficial, even if they are accomplished readers, as this increases their vocabulary and fosters a love of reading for pleasure.

Mathematic Book: Basic Skills to complete page: 6-7

Literacy Book: Problem Solving to complete page:  5

Phonics: To support your child at home, the Year One Team have sent home three phonics sheets that are to be completed by next week, please. To support your child with their phonics, please encourage them to independently sound each picture out and complete a ‘silly sentence’ when they have finished, using the words they have spelt. Alongside phonics worksheets, your child has been sent home with a fun phonics game this week, in order to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an exciting and interactive way, whereby they can share their successes with you at home!

Any questions between now and then, our door is always open so please don’t hesitate to ask.

Spellings: We will be testing the children’s spellings on Tuesday, based on the sheet that has been provided last week. New spellings will be handed out once the children have been tested. Please support your child with their list spellings. Practicing each spelling using the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check method will award your child with confidence for the Spelling Quiz every Tuesday. 

Date: Thursday 11th to Friday 19th October

The homework that is set for the children in Bridgegate is designed to support, consolidate and extend the learning in class and inspire their curiosity outside of the classroom. Bridgegate’s blog is full of new, creative ideas and interactive games that will help your child. Thank you for the hard work and effort that you all put in to working with your child at home, the Year One Team are extremely grateful for your support.

Reading: Please continue to read with your child every night and please may you record this in your child’s Reading Record. Reading to your child is also very beneficial, even if they are accomplished readers, as this increases their vocabulary and fosters a love of reading for pleasure.

Mathematic book: First Mental Arithmetic: To complete page: 6-7

Literacy book: Early Comprehension: To complete page: 4

Phonics: To support your child at home, the Year One Team have sent home three phonics sheets that are to be completed by next week, please. To support your child with their phonics, please encourage them to independently sound each picture out and complete a ‘silly sentence’ when they have finished, using the words they have spelt. Alongside phonics worksheets, your child has been sent home with a fun phonics game this week, in order to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an exciting and interactive way, whereby they can share their successes with you at home!

Any questions between now and then, our door is always open so please don’t hesitate to ask.

Key Sounds:

-       ow (blow the snow)

-       oo (poo at the zoo)

-       igh (fly high)

Spellings – We will be testing the children’s spellings on Tuesday, based on the sheet that has been provided last week. New spellings will be handed out once the children have been tested. Please support your child with their list spellings. Practicing each spelling using the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check method will award your child with confidence for the Spelling Quiz every Tuesday. 

Date: Thursday 4th to Friday 12th October

The homework that is set for the children in Bridgegate is designed to support, consolidate and extend the learning in class and inspire their curiosity outside of the classroom. Bridgegate’s blog is full of new, creative ideas and interactive games that will help your child. Thank you for the hard work and effort that you all put in to working with your child at home, the Year One Team are extremely grateful for your support.

Reading: Please continue to read with your child every night and please may you record this in your child’s Reading Record. Reading to your child is also very beneficial, even if they are accomplished readers, as this increases their vocabulary and fosters a love of reading for pleasure.

Mathematic Book: Problem Solving

To complete page: 4

Literacy Book: Basic Skills

To complete page: 4-5

Phonics: To support your child at home, the Year One Team have sent home three phonics sheets that are to be completed by next week, please. To support your child with their phonics, please encourage them to independently sound each picture out and complete a ‘silly sentence’ when they have finished, using the words they have spelt. Alongside phonics worksheets, your child has been sent home with a fun phonics game this week, in order to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an exciting and interactive way, whereby they can share their successes with you at home!

Any questions between now and then, our door is always open so please don’t hesitate to ask.

Key Sounds:

-       ee (what can I see)

-       oy (toy for a boy)

-       ay (may I play)

Spellings: We will be testing the children’s spellings on Tuesday based on the sheet that has been provided last week. New spellings will be handed out once the children have been tested. Please support your child with their list spellings. Practising each spelling using the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check method will award your child with confidence for the Spelling Quiz every Tuesday. 

Date: Thursday 27th to Friday 5th October

The homework that is set for the children in Bridgegate is designed to support, consolidate and extend the learning in class and inspire their curiosity outside of the classroom. Bridgegate’s blog is full of new, creative ideas and interactive games that will help your child. Thank you for the hard work and effort that you all put in to working with your child at home, the Year One Team are extremely grateful for your support.

Reading: Please continue to read with your child every night and please may you record this in your child’s Reading Record. Reading to your child is also very beneficial, even if they are accomplished readers, as this increases their vocabulary and fosters a love of reading for pleasure.

Mathematic book: First Mental Arithmatic

To complete page: 4-5

Literacy book: Early Comprehension

To complete page: 3

Phonics: To support your child at home, the Year One Team have sent home three phonics sheets that are to be completed by next week, please. To support your child with their phonics, please encourage them to independently sound each picture out and complete a ‘silly sentence’ when they have finished, using the words they have spelt. Alongside phonics worksheets, your child has been sent home with a fun phonics game this week, in order to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an exciting and interactive way, whereby they can share their successes with you at home!

Any questions between now and then, our door is always open so please don’t hesitate to ask.

Key Sounds:

-       air (that’s not fair)

-       ou (shout it out)

-       ir (whirl and twirl)

Spellings – We will be testing the children’s spellings on Tuesday, based on the sheet that has been provided last week. New spellings will be handed out once the children have been tested. Please support your child with their list spellings. Practicing each spelling using the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check method will award your child with confidence for the Spelling Quiz every Tuesday. 

Date: Thursday 13th to Friday 20th September

The homework that is set for the children in Bridgegate is designed to support, consolidate and extend the learning in class and inspire their curiosity outside of the classroom. Bridgegate’s blog is full of new, creative ideas and interactive games that will help your child. Thank you for the hard work and effort that you all put in to working with your child at home, the Year One Team are extremely grateful for your support.

Reading: Please continue to read with your child every night and please may you record this in your child’s Reading Record. Reading to your child is also very beneficial, even if they are accomplished readers, as this increases their vocabulary and fosters a love of reading for pleasure.

Phonics: To support your child at home, the Year One Team have sent home three phonics sheets that are to be completed by next week, please. To support your child with their phonics, please encourage them to independently sound each picture out and complete a ‘silly sentence’ when they have finished, using the words they have spelt. Alongside phonics worksheets, your child has been sent home with a fun phonics game this week, in order to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an exciting and interactive way, whereby they can share their successes with you at home!

Any questions between now and then, our door is always open so please don’t hesitate to ask

Key Sounds:

  • igh (fly high)
  • oo (poo at the zoo)
  • ow (blow the snow)

Spellings – We will be testing the children’s spellings on Tuesday, based on the sheet that has been provided last week. New spellings will be handed out once the children have been tested. Please support your child with their list spellings. Practicing each spelling using the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check method will award your child with confidence for the Spelling Quiz every Tuesday.  

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