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Year 1

Sequoia Register

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Parent Consultation Request - Year 1 Sequoia

If you would like to arrange a telephone consultation with the class teacher to discuss your child's progress, please type your child's name into the box below and click submit. We will then call you at the next available opportunity.

IMPORTANT UPDATE 17 January 2021

All Year 1 children currently in school will move to online learning on Monday 18th January until Monday 25th January. Their first day back will be on Tuesday 26th. This is due to a child testing positive for covid. Further information to be sent tomorrow.

Update on home learning for week beginning 18th January

As of Monday 18th January, we should be moving over to Google Classrooms. This means that we will no longer be using our class pages to upload work, instead we will be having live lessons over on Google Classrooms where your PowerPoint tasks will also be found. Please look out for an email with your Google Classroom log ins and further instructions. These have now been sent out- along with your Bug Club and Monster Phonics log in.

Please can you be sure to join the Year 1 Online Learning Group as well as the Sequoia Online Learning Group. This is where the meeting links will be found,


As you may have noticed, our class pages have been crashing. We think this is due to the amount of content on the page so we will be keeping them to a minimum. To stop this from happening again, we are taking down past learning and won't be able to post children's work onto the website. I would still love to receive and look at the wonderful and impressive home learning you are all doing so please keep emailing them in!

 13th January


                                   Story Club is officially on! Yay!

            Every Wednesday until we are all back together again.

Rules to enter:

1. Wearing a pair of cosy pyjamas! Yes, I will be wearing mine too!

2.A great big smile!

3.Listening ears on!

4. A cup of hot chocolate ( or any other drink you enjoy!) No spilling!


 ''Reading books aloud to children stimulates their imagination and expands their understanding of the world. It helps them develop language and listening skills and prepares them to understand the written word. When the rhythm and melody of language become a part of a child's life, learning to read will be as natural as learning to walk and talk.''


''There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney


Zoom link for story time


Wednesday 20th January 6pm


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 999 5282 1567
Passcode: Storyclub



Please email me at sequoia@jennyhammond.waltham.sch.uk if you would like to share any work with me or ask any questions whilst we continue with our online learning. I very much enjoy looking at the work you do at home so please keep them coming! 


Home learning resources


You can now visit the school office to pick up an exercise book, whiteboard and pen if you wish to.


Oak Academy - this is a very useful resource and covers a lot of the curriculum. If you have any questions on how to use it please email me. The site has been developed by teachers for the sole purpose of supporting children during lockdown. 


The link is:





The BBC are supporting children during our national lockdown.

Please see the following links for more information and a schedule:






I also suggest you visit the following;

PE with Joe
Joe Wicks live PE lessons on You Tube at 9am every day – these can be accessed later on too.


Blue Peter

Subscribe to https://www.youtube.com/bluepeter - (free to subscribe!) and don’t forget to watch the live programme on CBBC at 5.00pm every week, or on BBC iPlayer.


Arts and Crafts:


Twinkl Resources for Parents



                                                           Tuesday 5th January

Reading at home!

Below is a leaflet to support your reading at home. Please get in touch if you need support with accessing books, (as we cannot send home books at the moment). 

A message for your adults at home…

With everyone spending more time online at the moment, you might want to refresh your awareness of online parental controls and guidance. We have received a link to an easily accessible resource hub that does not need any login or registration.  Go to: