Angel Fish – Year 1/2


Welcome to Angel Fish’s Class Page!

Here you will find the work Miss Crossley has set for your children! This page will be updated with new work weekly and answers will be provided the following week.

All tasks set are linked to the National Curriculum requirements for Year 1/2 and will ensure your child’s progression throughout this time and beyond. As well as the work here, children have also been sent home with Home Learning packs to complete. We have also sent children home with paper and other stationary to help with their work.

I hope you are all well. Make sure you are making the right choices at home, helping grown ups as much as possible and enjoying your time with those at home! Keep up with your learning and activities, I am super impressed to see some people have been on Mathletics! Remember you can share your activities and learning via email or the twitter page!!

Week 1


Please find attached the weekly writing and reading activities for the children who are in Angelfish. Answers will be provided the following Monday.

Angelfish English week beginning 23rd March

Angelfish English week beginning 23rd March answers

Angelfish Yr 1.2 English week beginning 30.03.20


As well as the writing and reading tasks, I have attached some useful links to help with phonics. The children have been making great progress with their phonics and will be able to show you all of the sounds that they know! This includes information about our phonics scheme of work and includes online resources to help with phonics at home.

Ruth Miskin Training Facebook or Youtube page- Free speed sound lesson:

Set 1- 9.30am also repeated at 12.30pm

Set 2 at 10.00am also repeated at 1.00pm

Set 3 at 10.30am also repeated at 1.30pm

These speed sound lessons can be caught up on youtube! Keep checking them out and improving your phonics! – A range of phonics based activities and games. Free access code- username- march2020 password- home

Please also read for at least 10 minutes every day. 


Activities will be set on the Mathletics page which will allow me to see the children’s progress! These activities match the learning that was taking place in school and will allow for the progression to continue. As well as the activities set, it is encouraged that the children continue to use this for additional activities of their choice.

Extra activity: I have also attached a worksheet which relates to the topics where we were up to in school. Completing these will allow the skills to be used. Answers will be provided the following Monday.

One more and one less- week 1

Maths one more and one less answers (week 1)

Angelfish have been working hard on their numbers to 50! Keep practising writing and reading your numbers to 50.

Week beginning 30.03.20 Numbers-to-50



Our new home learning topic is ‘Manchester.’ I have attached an activity grid with different activities to choose from. Children should choose the activities that they would like to complete. Additional activities will be added to this each week. 

KS1 topic- week 1

Week 2 Angelfish topic week 2

Children are also encouraged to do some independent learning and get creative with this topic. Any activities, please remember to share their work via the twitter page or email them to school for us to share!


Useful links:

P.E- – Joe Wicks is doing a P.E lesson every morning at 9:00am for those children who like to get moving!

If these P.E sessions were missed, you can find them on youtube to catch up and get moving! This is yoga which Angelfish have enjoyed doing over the year so far to get moving and keep calm! Here you can find additional activities which are an enjoyable way for the children to learn.

Miss Crossley has been missing reading to you every day! I have included some nice videos of stories being read so that if you want a break from reading, you can still enjoy a nice story!

Stories about the seasons

Stories about animals:

An enjoyable watch for those children who may have some spare time and enjoy the animals:


I hope to see you all very soon, but in the meantime, stay safe and healthy!

Kind regards,

Miss Crossley