Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 1 Thursday 25th February

Thursday 25th February 2021

Good morning. Your work for today is posted below. If you have any problems, please get in touch via Class Dojo and we will help.


This morning we will be looking at the e-e sound in Phonics. I will host a zoom call at 10.00am and go through the PPT with you then.


Today we will be beginning to write our story, Katie in London.

Look back at your story map and your planning sheet to help you with this. You need to write a sentence for each picture from the story. You could start with the sentence Katie, Jack and Grannie got off the big red bus in London. First they went…

You need to try and use a capital letter for people’s names and places. You also need to try and write in the past tense and extend a sentence with the word and or because. You should also try and include an adjective.

We will write the rest of the story tomorrow.


Today we will be learning more about partitioning numbers into tens and ones.

Watch the video, then work through the worksheet. Don’t forget to use objects to help if children find addition tricky.


Today in History you will be thinking about how Victorian life was different from today. What changes occurred in Britain when Queen Victoria reigned?

When Victoria was queen, lots of things changed in Britain. Factories were built in towns, so there were lots more jobs for people to do. The towns and cities became more polluted because of the factories. When Victoria was queen, the steam train was invented. This meant people could travel much further than they could before on their horses. The newspaper also became popular when Queen Victoria reigned.

See if you can sort the pictures into the table. You need to decide which ones are before Queen Victoria’s reign, and which ones are from after Queen Victoria’s reign.

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