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stanton

primary school

WELCOME TO

STANTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Welcome to our website!

We are a small village school set in large grounds with super children, friendly staff and supportive parents and governors!

Our school ethos is to create a safe, caring, happy and stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and included in our school family. Our school motto 'We can... We will!' highlights our drive to aim for personal excellence in all we do!

Our committed staff provide an environment where individual needs are met to enable all our children to achieve their full potential and equip them with life skills necessary to prepare them for their future... And for them to leave each day with a smile on their face!

If you would like to book an appointment t come and look at our school in action, please ring to book an appointment.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Carla Norris (Headteacher)

Welcome to Rabbit Class

Class of 2020/2021

If you have any questions, or need any support with your child's learning, you can contact me via email at:

sbeesley@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Week Beginning 25.1.21

Good Morning Rabbits

Well done to you all for the fantastic learning you have achieved over the past week.  Please scroll down to see some of the amazing learning you have shared with us.

This week, I will be putting more of your learning activities onto seesaw.  This is a learning platform that allows you to write and /or draw directly onto a sheet I have uploaded on the screen. It is then instantly available for me to see and give feedback on. Activities are scheduled, which means they become available on the day they are shown on the weekly overview.  It is easy to use, child friendly, does not require you to print anything out, and is compatible with laptops, computers, mobile devices and tablets.  Please contact me if you are having any difficulties in accessing seesaw.

For those of you that cannot access seesaw at this time, I have still included some templates and worksheets in the files list below.  Please  remember that you do not need to print any of these out.  They are available to you as a suggestion of how you may wish to set out your learning, or, for maths, to provide you with the questions you should have a go at.

To access all of this week's learning activities, please download the file

'Overview of learning wk 25.1.21' below.

Have a great week!

Love and hugs,

Mrs Beesley & Mrs Alton

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 Overview of learning wk 25.1.21.pdfDownload
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Please see files below for this week's templates and maths questions.  Remember, you do not need to print these out.  Some of these files are available on seesaw.

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 A good friend.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday 29.1.21.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday 25.1.21.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday 28.1.21.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday 26.1.21.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday 27.1.21.pdfDownload
 The Twins.pdfDownload
 Toast.pdfDownload
 What does a plant need to grow.pdfDownload
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For this half term's spellings click here

For the list of Year 1 common exception words that children should learn to read and spell click here

For handwriting - letter formation click here

For a list of useful websites and resources to support your child's learning at home *updated* click here

For 'Netflex', a powerpoint with lots of links to fun physical activities click here

To learn the names of colours in French click here

Look at our amazing learning!   We are all superstars!

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Week Beginning 18.1.21

Good Morning Rabbits

We continue to be incredibly proud of all the fantastic learning you are completing at home.  We have had such big smiles on our faces all week!  Well done to you all!  Please scroll down to see some of the amazing learning you have shared with us.

This week, in English, we continue to focus on our story 'Little Red Riding Hood'.  We will write some descriptions, think about 'Strangers' and write our own ending to the story.  In Maths, we are continuing to learn different strategies to help us to add and subtract numbers to 20.

This week, I have included more templates and worksheets in the files list below.  Please  remember that you do not need to print any of these out.  They are available to you as a suggestion of how you may wish to set out your learning, or, for maths, to provide you with the questions you should have a go at.

To access all of this week's learning activities, please download the file

'Overview of learning wk 18.1.21' below.

It is important to keep active as much as possible while we are at home.  Go out for a walk, have some time on your bike, run around the park, or, if you haven't already, check out the link below for Netflex which has loads of links to a variety of activities to keep us moving.  For a little French learning and practise,  Mr Hartshorn has included a link to learning the names of colours.

Don’t forget to practise your reading, spellings, letter formation and counting up to 100 as often as possible. You can also find an updated list of useful resources and websites to support learning below, including sites where you can access free, age appropriate e-books.

Please continue to take photos of any learning you do that is not online, particularly any writing that you do, and email them over to me. I can then give you some feedback to help you become even better!  We can also share them on our class page to show what amazing learners we are!

Have a great week!

Love and hugs,

Mrs Beesley & Mrs Alton

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 Croak! Croak! Croak!.pdfDownload
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For this half term's spellings click here

For the list of Year 1 common exception words that children should learn to read and spell click here

For handwriting - letter formation click here

For a list of useful websites and resources to support your child's learning at home *updated* click here

For 'Netflex', a powerpoint with lots of links to fun physical activities click here

To learn the names of colours in French click here

Look at our amazing learning!   We are all superstars!

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Week Beginning 11.1.21

Good Morning Rabbits

It has been really lovely to receive so many photographs of you and your learning this week.  We have been really impressed with all of your achievements.  Well done!  Please scroll down to have a look for yourself.

This half term our topic is 'The Enchanted Forest'.  We will be focussing on the story of 'Little Red Riding Hood' in English and linking to it in some of our other lessons.  As we use 'Talk for Writing' in school, I will be asking you to complete tasks that are in line with this approach.  The idea this week is that you get to know the story really well and that you can retell it verbally.  This will help you to write your own version of the story in a couple of weeks.

We are also restarting our phonics lessons this week and will be beginning phase 5.  To support this learning, Phonics Play are offering free access to all of their games and activities at this time.  You can find further details in the updated list of useful resources and websites further down the page. 

In maths, we will be focussing on addition and subtraction using numbers to 20.

To access all of this week's learning activities, please download the file

'Overview of learning wk 11.1.21' below.

 

Top tips for writing - remember to put 'finger spaces' between words.  Sentences start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.  Sentences need to make sense.  Read your sentence after you have written it to make sure you haven't missed any words out.

Don’t forget to practise your reading, spellings, letter formation and counting as often as possible. You can also find an updated list of useful resources and websites to support learning below, including sites where you can access free, age appropriate e-books.

Please continue to take photos of any learning you do that is not online, particularly any writing that you do, and email them over to me. I can then give you some feedback to help you become even better!  We can also share them on our class page to show what amazing learners we are!

Have a great week!

Love and hugs,

Mrs Beesley & Mrs Alton

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 The Big Turnip.pdfDownload
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For this half term's spellings click here

For the list of Year 1 common exception words that children should learn to read and spell click here

For handwriting - letter formation click here

For a list of useful websites and resources to support your child's learning at home *updated* click here

For 'Netflex', a powerpoint with lots of links to fun physical activities click here

Look at our amazing learning!   We are all superstars!

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Good Morning and Happy New Year.

We hope you are all well and have all had a lovely Christmas and that Santa brought you lots of lovely treats.

Below is a link to an overview of your learning for the rest of this week. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Remember, Wednesday is Wellbeing day, so please stay in your pyjamas or wear comfy clothes all day!

 

**Many of you will no longer have access to your logins for Education City, Purple Mash or TT Rockstars. Please could you email me at the above address and I will send your logins and passwords to you. You will need these to access some of your learning activities**

 

Could you also please take photos of any learning you do that is not online and email them over to me. We can then share them on our class page to show what amazing learners we are!

 

Don’t forget to practise your reading, spellings, letter formation and counting as often as possible. You can also find some useful links further down for additional learning.

For this half term's spellings click here

For the list of Year 1 common exception words that children should learn to read and spell click here

For handwriting - letter formation click here

For a list of useful websites and resources to support your child's learning at home click here

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Wonderful Weather

As part of our topic on weather, we wrote and filmed our own weather forecasts.  Look how amazing we are!

Supporting your child's learning at home

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Homework

Remember to read at least five times a week and to complete the weekly reading homework task.  Record these on your home reading record sheet.  Reading books should be brought into school each day.  Reading books and home reading record sheets need to be brought into school on Friday, so books can be changed and children can receive their Read 5, Hi 5 sticker for completing their reading homework.

Children will initially be given letter formation sheets to complete as homework.  This will eventually change to spellings.  Please support your child in completing these activities.

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Your child should also have logins to access the following to support learning:

Purple Mash, Education City and TT Rockstars.

These have a variety of games and activities to support a range of learning opportunities.

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Some useful links to sites to further support learning at home:

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Teach your Monster to Read is a fun interactive game that covers everything from letters and sounds to reading full sentences.

https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/

 

Oxford Owl e-books have around 100 free e-books that you can access, including support for phonics learning.

 https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

 

Audible offer a range of audiobooks for children that can be downloaded for free.

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

  

 

If you are a Derbyshire Library member you can search and download free e-books from their website including children's books.

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/search-the-catalogue/library-catalogue.aspx

 

White Rose Maths  is the scheme we follow in school.  They offer daily 'home learning' lessons for years 1-9.  Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child complete the activity successfully.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

BBC Bitesize are including catch up lessons that can be accessed from home in Maths and English.  It's definitely worth looking at!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-and-p2-lessons/1

 

The Literacy Trust has a range of really useful resources to support literacy learning in their free family zone section.  These include writing prompts for stories, a range of online stories to listen to and watch and other recommended sites and apps.

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/5-8/

 

 Derbyshire Music Hub have activities and resources that can be downloaded for free and done at home.  They are accessible to anyone, regardless of musical ability.

https://www.derbyshiremusichub.org.uk/get-involved/music-at-home/infant/infant.aspx

Starters for STEM are activities that you can use at home to help children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills.  These activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them.

 https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/primary

 

For those of you that are Lego fans, the Lego challenge calendar gives you a new challenge to invent, create and build something each day for 30 days

https://thatbricklife.com/lego-challenge-30-days-of-play-calendar/