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Oakridge School

Working together to succeed

'Working together to succeed'

Year 1

Oakridge School Staff - We're All In This Together!

Wednesday 22nd April 2020.  

*New work books*

Good afternoon Year 1.          

                           I hope you've been enjoying the activities that you have been doing and are working hard.                                    I know your teachers are very proud of you!

                    Your books will be starting to fill up so I have been into school and arranged some new ones for you.                                                   All you need to do is call the school on the day that you are coming to collect your                                      new book and it will be left outside for you.

                       Remember if you need help with any of your work just email your teacher. We are happy to help                    you and would love to see pictures of the work that you are proud of. 

* Please leave your finished work book in the yellow tray at the front door so that your teacher can see the wonderful work that you have been doing.*

 

From Miss Harrison.

Please download and print off a few pages for your child to complete each day.

PE

To help the children busy and active, please try and tune in to Joe Wicks fantastic daily PE lessons on YouTube! 

These are absolutely brilliant and Mr Pickett has been doing them with his friends everyday! 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

 

 

Some fantastic fun to be had on these online Tours! (some interactive)

Curriculum Overview

Year 1/Hedgehogs

You may want to contact your teacher: - to let them know what you have been doing - if you have any questions for them about your learning - to share your learning - just to say 'Hello' Please fill in the boxes below to send them a message.

Year 1/Squirrels

You may want to contact your teacher: - to let them know what you have been doing - if you have any questions for them about your learning - to share your learning - just to say 'Hello' Please fill in the boxes below to send them a message.

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