Our class teacher is Miss Majevadia

Our class teaching assistant is Mrs Martin.

Message from Miss Majevadia and Mrs Martin

Hello 1M!  

I cannot believe this is your final week in year 1! We have made some great memories and I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching you all. 

I wanted to say big well done on all your achievements this year! We are all so very proud of you! 

In our final week,we are going to make a start in preparing you for year 2! We hope you enjoy all the activities we have set in your last week.


Mrs Martin and I would also like say, we hope have an amazing summer break and we cannot wait to see your smiley faces around the school in September!

This is also when you will be getting your presents from us! 


See you all soon!

From Miss Majevadia and Mrs Martin


 English Home Learning 

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Phonics play is an excellent way to practise phonics at home. You can find links to fun interactive games.

Use the details below to access all resources for free during the isolation period. 

Username: march20

Password: home



Please ensure that you are reading 5 times a week.

Use 'Helpful Links' to find websites which allow you to read a range of books. 


Miss Majevadia's Book of the Week:

  This week I have chosen...

'When I grow up'.

Mrs Martin's Book of the Week 


This week I have chosen the story...

'The Ugly Five'.  


Comprehension is still something which can be practised at home. Here are some questions to help develop this skill.




 Useful Links 

These links may help with more activities or other support. Please note some of these websites are providing free resources but you may need to create an account. 


All updates have been highlighted in red. 


Keep Fit!

Try the Havering sports collective website (https://haveringsportscollective.org/covid-19/)

  for a lot more fitness ideas and challenges. 

I would like to inform you that the London Youth Games will be a virtual competition this year for any child to compete in. Children will be given 3 challenges each week (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). By competing they you can earn our borough points and you can also earn individual prizes. You can find these challenges on the London Youth Games website. 



Here are some other ideas:

  • Playing tug-of-war (using a towel if you don't have rope!)
  • Pushing items into/pulling apart thick play-dough, clay or putty
    'Wheelbarrow' races
  • Musical bumps - using jumping/hopping etc whilst the music plays
  • Rolling races - Maybe they could roll towards an item to retrieve and roll back to place it in a pot
  • Ready-steady-go games that involve spinning, jumping, sitting down and standing up, etc.
  • Set up an obstacle course indoors or in the garden.  Time how long it takes for different family members to complete the course.  Can you improve on your time with practise?
  • Cosmic Yoga on Youtube



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Well done 1M! We are super proud of your hard work.


Miss Majevadia and Mrs Martin 


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Global learning project

This is a whole school project that we would like all of our children to get involved in.

Back in early March, we had the privilege of welcoming a visitor to our school, Mahfuz Ara Sultana, the Assistant Headteacher at Carmichael College in Bangladesh. She visited us for a few days, along with working with teachers in school and with the other schools in our cluster (The RJ Mitchell, St. Frances Bardsley Academy and Crownfields Infants).

We are all part of a Global Learning project through the British Council called Connecting Classrooms. They work to connect schools from all over the world, to learn from each other, with a focus on Sustainable Development Goals. Issues like climate change, gender equality and how to live sustainably affect us all- and connect us all- wherever we are in the world.

They believe global projects will 'help you equip your pupils with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to act more thoughtfully, ethically and responsibly as citizens and contributors to society.'

This project will run for the next three weeks, with your teachers setting at least two activities each week. They will direct you to the PowerPoint below and some of the links with sheets below that for you to work from. We look forward to working on a special project as a whole school, whether you are at home learning or at school learning.

Mrs Uppal has found 'Unplugged Computational Thinking Activities' for some computing sessions at home! 

Have a go, and send us some pictures of you completing them. 


Knowledge Organiser 


Mrs Bones' British Sign Language club

A long, long time ago I studied British Sign Language (BSL).  BSL is a language that uses signs to communicate with people who are deaf or partially deaf. 

I had planned to start a BSL club at school in the summer term to brush up on my skills and share some of my knowledge with you,  however, that is now impossible so I am going to upload some videos to help you learn instead! 

This week you can learn basic 'greetings'.‚Äč

Learn to sign numbers 0-10

Finger spelling the alphabet in BSL

Nursery rhyme in BSL