Pomphlett Primary School

Pomphlett Primary School

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Home learning 1.02.21

Welcome to Week 4 smiley


This week we begin our new topic 'National Treasures'. The knowledge organiser to view what your child will be learning is on our class page. We will become historians looking at Florence Nightingale who was a significant person in history as well as looking at the importance of the NHS.

Reading books - continue to read regularly at home using the link to our reading books.

Phonics - This will continue to be timetabled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday using our learning PowerPoints.

Thank you for supporting home learning, if you have any questions please contact us via Seesaw. 


This week is also Children's Mental Health Week where we aim to highlight the importance of mental health within children and young people. Please look below Friday resources for more information and activities.

Word document of Home Learning timetable

Monday resources - Florence Nightingale PowerPoint and handwriting videos

Handwriting session -re

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Tuesday resources - Florence Nightingale fact sheet

Wednesday resources - map of the world

Thursday resources - cereal box ambulance ideas

Friday resources - All about the NHS

Week 4 Spelling List






Practice reading and spelling the Year 1 common exception words. We will focus on 5 a week. Can you write them in a sentence?

Children's Mental Health Week 1st-7th February


The theme of Children's Mental Health Week this year is 'Express Yourself'. The aim is to encourage children to express themselves in a variety of ways. For example, expressing yourself can be about sharing your feelings, thoughts and ideas through creativity. You may want to express how you feel through a piece of artwork or writing.

An important part of this theme is that expressing yourself doesn't mean that you're the best at something. It's all about finding a way to show other people who you are and how you feel.

Expressing yourself in a way that's unique to you is a great way to improve mental wellbeing.