Mayfield Primary School

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Remote Learning 2020-2021

KEY STAGE ONE

Year 1 & year 2

PLEASE FIND BELOW THE LINKS FOR THE WEEKLY TIMETABLE AND THE OAK ACADEMY LESSONS 

WEEKLY TIMETABLE 01-03-2021

LETTER TO CHILDREN

RUTH MISKIN PHONIC LINK

RUTH MISKIN PHONIC SCHEDULE

NUMBOTS VIDEO LINK

MUSIC LESSONS LINK- USER NAME: Mayfield Year 1 PASSWORD: MUSIC

YEAR ONE

 Week commencing 22nd February 2021 
English
Maths
Topic

Monday

To listen to a story

To use addition and subtraction in the context of money

How has popular music changed over the last 60 years? – part 1

Tuesday

To tell a story from memory

To exchange money for items

How has popular music changed over the last 60 years? – part 2

Wednesday

To describe a character

To find the total cost of two items

How have toys changed? – part 1

Thursday

To use coordinating conjunctions

To calculate the amount of change needed – part 1

How have toys changed? – part 2

Friday

To make inferences

To calculate the amount of change needed – part 2

How has food changed over the last 60 years?

 

 week commencing 1st march 2021
English
Maths
Topic

Monday

To box up for purpose

To find double and half an amount of money

Where does our food come from?

Tuesday

To explore how writers make the problem matter

To recognise and add equal groups

How has improved transport made the world more connected? – part 1

Wednesday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 1

To add equal groups

How has improved transport made the world more connected? – part 2

Thursday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 2

To solve problems using repeated patterns

How have the ways in which we communicate changed over time? – part 1

Friday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 3

To share a total equally between a set number of groups

How have the ways in which we communicate changed over time? – part 2

YEAR TWO 

 Week commencing 22nd February 2021 
English
Maths
Topic

Monday

To listen to a story

To present and interpret data using a pictogram.

How has popular music changed over the last 60 years? – part 1

Tuesday

To tell a story from memory

To represent and interpret data on a block diagram and table.

How has popular music changed over the last 60 years? – part 2

Wednesday

To describe a character

To represent data in a tally or pictogram.

How have toys changed? – part 1

Thursday

To use coordinating conjunctions

To represent data in a tally or block diagram.

How have toys changed? – part 2

Friday

To make inferences

To interpret data from scaled pictograms and block diagrams.

How has food changed over the last 60 years?

 

 Week commencing 1st march 2021
English
Maths
Topic

Monday

To box up for purpose

To identify physical properties of coins

Where does our food come from?

Tuesday

To explore how writers make the problem matter

To recognise the value of different coins

How has improved transport made the world more connected? – Part 1

Wednesday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 1

To recognise the value of different coins. Part 2

How has improved transport made the world more connected? – Part 2

Thursday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 2

To recognise the value of different coins and notes

How have the ways in which we communicate changed over time? – Part 1

Friday

To make the problem matter in a story – part 3

To compare different amounts of money

How have the ways in which we communicate changed over time? – Part 2