Monday 20th April 2020

Good morning Haughmond,

I hope you all had a lovely Easter break with lots of chocolate and you were able to do some nice things with your families. At my house we’ve done lots of art activities and been camping in our garden! We’ve also done lots of jobs but my children haven’t found that very exciting!

How about starting your morning with Joe Wicks live P.E.? I will be joining in with my children to work off our Easter eggs!


Maths is going to be a little bit different this term. Each Monday I am going to give you a link to a week’s maths lessons that you can follow and complete the activities each day. All the weeks are on one page so you just need to check you’ve picked the week with that Monday’s date.

I know that not all of you are able to print out the activities, so you can just write the answers and your working out in your book. There are different lessons for Year One and Year Two:

Year One:

Year Two:

Times Tables Rockstars – This week I haven’t set a battle because I would like you to focus on the Garage, Studio and Soundcheck sections. Please could you do at least one of these activities each day and for at least 15 minutes.


Please continue with your daily tasks and practise your spellings and handwriting. If you can spell all the words off the weekly spellings, also remember to practice the list of words that you took home in your packs.

Reading Eggs/Reading Eggspress – For today I have set most of you a Storylands lesson on Reading Eggs to complete. Some of you will have a lesson on Reading Eggspress instead, as you have completed all the Storylands lessons. You know who you are!

The week’s letters and sounds is on Education City for you to work through.

For your other activities, I have put together a grid with nine different mini projects for you to work through which are linked to the different topics we would have been learning about if we were still in school. Remember, each of the activities should take more than one session and don’t feel you need to start them all at once. It is up to you how you organise yourself for it. I will put the document in another post as well so you can always find it easily.

Haughmond Home Learning Tasks

My audiobook recommendation for this week is for you to access Oliver Jeffers’ website and watch him reading some of his books. The videos can be found at

Take care, and keep staying safe. You are all doing amazingly and I am so proud of you.

Mrs G.