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Hi Robins! Welcome to the Summer Term! We hope you've all had a fantastic Easter holiday and have made the most of the sunshine to enjoy your daily exercise. Below, you'll find your weekly Home Learning tasks and challenges. Try your best at the activities and we'd love to know how you are getting on with any Home Learning by posting some updates on your blogs.

Weekly Challenge

For our challenge this week we are going to travel all the way to New York, where we will visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Explore the art by clicking on the red or yellow dots on the map. There are pictures, videos, information and suggestions for things to do. Try out the time machine to discover art from around the world at different times in history - just jump in the time machine, choose when and where to go and press the red button! 

You can also visit areas of the museum with these 360 videos.

Share your discoveries on the blog with your friends. We would love to see your favourites, and any of the activities you choose to do.


MATHS LESSON 4, PLEASE NOTE: Lesson 4 is an alternative lesson to the one shown on the White Rose Maths website, as the shown lesson is a repeat from earlier in your home learning. As such, THE VIDEO TO INTRODUCE MATHS LESSON 4 CAN BE FOUND HERE:


This Week's Challenge (Week Beginning 11.5.20)


Florence Nightingale is a significant role model in history. She is famously known for being a nurse and for helping wounded soldiers in the war. She changed people’s opinions of nurses and made hospitals better at caring for others. It would be her 200th birthday on the Tuesday 12th May. Seeing as we are supporting the NHS at this time, we thought it would be a good idea to celebrate her birthday and learn more about her.


Have a look at the link below. This a 360 degree tour of the house that Florence Nightingale once lived in. See if you can notice the differences between our houses and hers.


Once you have explored her home, here is a booklet of activities you could complete. There are some interesting facts and lots of different tasks in here. You do not have to do them all, just complete your favourite activities! See if you can find out what Florence had as a pet:


Please post any activities you do on the blog so that we can share what we have all learned.

This Week's Challenge (Week Beginning 4.5.20)

Challenge for this week:


As this week will be International Dance Day, we wanted to do something special to make you all smile and dance. Below, you will find a video of some familiar faces doing their own 'Wake & Shake'. If you would like to, you could follow our version or you could have a go at making up your own. You could pick your own song; just make sure it's a song that makes you happy. If you would like to, you could post a picture of your best dance move to the blog or Seesaw so that we can see. Please make sure that you get your parents' permission before doing so.

As the photos are going to be shared please follow some safeguarding rules.

  • Please make sure you’re not accidentally revealing personally identifiable information, such as your name or clues to where you live. 
  • Think about your clothes - you should be fully dressed so no swimming costumes or underwear showing!
  • Choose one of the shared places in your home like your garden or sitting room rather than private places such as your bedroom or bathroom.
  • Check what is in the background of your picture and make sure there is nothing there that you wouldn’t want everyone to see, for example, personal photos.

We hope you have fun with this challenge and enjoy our Wake & Shake. 

Wake and Shake

Still image for this video

Lovely Lockdown Art!

Lovely Lockdown Art! 1

Longleat Virtual Safari

Longleat Virtual Safari 1

Join us this week on a virtual tour of Longleat Safari Park. Share your ideas about this adventure with all of your friends on our Robin Class blog. You can comment on your friends' posts and add your own comments and pictures. You could tell us which animal or part of the safari you liked best and why. What was your favourite fact about your animal? Can you draw a picture of your favourite part of the tour and put it on the blog?

You will find the virtual safari at

We can't wait to see your ideas! Have a fantastic visit, learn about the animals and have fun.

NHS Easter challenge instructions.

Mrs Scott's NHS Easter Challenge. 

You are invited to make an Easter picture to say thank you to all of our doctors and nurses and our National Health Service.  We will send these on to our local NHS.


The picture can be drawn or painted. It should be bright and colourful and include:

An Easter egg

A drawing of you 

A message saying something along the lines of - 

Thank you to all of our nurses and doctors 

Thank for looking after everyone

Thank you to everyone in the NHS


Please take a photo of the picture and put it on your class blog.

Ask one of your parents to email the picture to with your name and class.

Put your picture in one of your windows.

From Mrs Scott



All children have a home exercise book. This contains our school handwriting policy and Year 1 and 2 spellings. Please use this to practise spellings and writing. The key focus for writing in Year 1 is to write in clear sentences which are marked with capital letters and full stops. In addition to 'Doodle Maths' there are other maths websites they can access which are listed below. 


We wish everyone good health at this difficult time and hope that the content we put on here can help in some way. 



Twinkl is an educational website offering resources for all subjects and all year groups. Twinkl are offering a free membership to everyone which parents are able to create. This allows you to access work sheets and presentations, should you wish to use them.  Details of how to create an account are below:

Picture 1

Oxford Owl  for Home


There is a home learning section of the website with free books to read and English and Maths activities for each year group.





Robin class  can use the website below to practise basic maths skills such as number bonds (numbers which add to make another number):




These are other useful Maths sites where children can practise their mental arithmetic, addition and subtraction skills:







A great project you could try with your child over the coming weeks is to make a moving parts story book. You could plan a story together and then turn it into a simple book involving some moving parts. The children have learned how to make two different types of sliders which could be incorporated into their story to make characters or objects move across the page.


A good video to watch to look at creating sliders can be found here:


'The Pop-up Channel' on YouTube features many videos showing how to create different moving mechanisms. Have fun watching and seeing which ones you and your child can master. All can be attempted with thin card (any old cereal packet will do) or paper, as we initially tried in class. Good luck! 



Joe Wicks

Every day at 9 a.m. Joe Wicks teaches a PE lesson for children on YouTube. Parents can join in too! Children from all around the world are taking part. You don't need any equipment or much space.



GoNoodle also has active sessions for children, including yoga and games.