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Hartley Primary School

Year 1 - Learning @ Home

On this page, you will find ideas to help Year 1 pupils learn at home. We hope these activities support you during this time, however they are optional so families are welcome to use their own home learning ideas if they prefer.

Project Learning


This week, practise adding up to 20 on The Maths Factor free trial website from Carol Vorderman. Remember you can use objects from home to help you, or you could even make your own number track or number line! For a challenge, you can draw a part-part-whole diagram, a bar model, or even write a number story.


We have two reading tasks for you this week. 

1) Listen to some well known stories at home from the Book Trust.  

2) How many different ways can you use these story pictures from Oxford Owl to make up and retell your own story?  

Useful website links 

All the sunshine hopefully means summer is on its way! Can you remember what you have learned about the different seasons? Have a look at this video and this website from the BBC.

Past activities

Show list Show Grid

Watch as many of the free Read Write Inc. (RWI) videos being broadcast as you can (available for 24 hours after broadcast):


If you miss them, you can practise your sounds at PhonicsPlay (who are giving all parents free access during the coronavirus period).

Joe Wicks PE for children - Weekdays at 9am

Bear Grylls and the Scouts great indoor challenges