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Bourne Primary School

Bourne Primary School

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Bond Class  Year 1

Welcome to our Year 1 home learning page. 

Half Term

Happy half term to you and your family! Join Miss Filson for a delightfully funny story by clicking here.

Weekly assemblies to reflect on at home can be found here!

Join Miss Filson for some information on something called an Ecobrick here.


Our home learning task will be posted here as PDF files. The activities will be mainly practical but where writing is required, please complete this in your home learning book. If you want to show or record your activities, please use the home learning book. 

Week beginning June 1st




  I hope you have all enjoyed your half term break. We are back to learning again and, for some of you, soon to be back in school! 

Maths this week is an activity mat, a little like the SpaG mats you have been doing. The answers are on the second page but no sneaky peeking! Give all of the sections a go first and then check your answers. Download the first mat here

How did that first mat go? You can try another here

Reading - continue to use Oxford Owl, phonics Play and our other website links to keep up with your reading and sounds. Download a comprehension activity here There are 3 levels of questions with the answers. Choose the level you are most comfortable with and answer the questions. 

Writing - be inspired by our music topic this week and choose a musician, singer or a musical instrument to research and write about. Use this example about Scott Joplin to help. I hope you like his happy ragtime tunes!

Grammar - here is the next SpaG mat. Use the questions to make up some practice of your own. Download it here

Topic - Our topic this week has a music theme. I know some of you have been practising piano or singing while you have been off school - me too! I hope you enjoy learning about some musical instruments and find out which instrument I play. Download our topic here




Go to the bottom of the page for our handwriting tutorial




Global Citizenship



Here are some ideas to continue with our International Award. Download here

The World's Largest Lesson has introduced Explorers for the Global Goals. Have a look at their resources here

Language Learning



Our Spanish Club has sent through some more activities if you feel like trying out some language learning, plus the ones that were there if you missed them first time!

French geography       French food

French hobbies           

Spanish food             Spanish professions

Spanish spring

Mandarin Easter       Mandarin food




Click on the box to watch our video of the snowstorm. If you want to make your own snowstorm in a jar click here

Online learning



Make sure you continue to go onto the spelling shed, maths shed and maths prodigy. Some revision of split digraphs has been added and number bonds, addition and subtraction for maths. As there are quite a lot of assignments now, you will need to scroll through to see all pages. 

The British Council has some short stories to read along to. Read them here

Oxford Owl has lots of exciting e-books available to read online. Register with them at:

You can also continue to follow the ReadWriteInc programme with Oxford Owl. Use the above links to get started.










Tune into Joe Wicks for a daily workout




Try Frozen - a cosmic yoga story




Click on the link below to see a familiar face reading a very special story.

This week's story with Miss Filson is a Julia Donaldson favourite. Find it here.

This story from Miss Filson is a bit longer than the ones she has done previously. Feel free to spread it out over a few days.

Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown

Find chapters 1-3 here 

Find chapter 4 here

Find chapter 5 here

Harris McCoo and the Rainbow Haggis by Stephen Brown

Join Miss Filson for The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Story Time with Miss Filson

Come and enjoy a story by clicking the link below.

Story Time with Miss Filson

Don't forget the websites that were on your e-mail. There are some very useful resources available on them.


Click on play to access the handwriting tutorial below