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With all the concerns over the coronavirus outbreak and how this might impact schools and your child’s learning, we wanted to offer you some ideas to help you continue their education during any potential school closures. 

We also appreciate that keeping children engaged in their learning whilst at home is not going to be easy and so we have provided links to a range of content for your child that can be completed independently or with adult support.

For independent learning and games, we recommend using Classroom Secrets Kids.  Packed with fun and engaging content, this online learning platform will guarantee to keep your child learning independently.  Parents will need to register and create a free account for each child in the household before accessing these resources.  Registration is easy and explained clearly on the site.

In the event of a school closure, staff will update this page with daily activities to complete. If the page is not updated, please refer to the class packs above.

Go to our class page to see photographs of your friends!

If you would like your photo on here, send your photos to your class teacher saying that you would like it to go on the website!

A message from Reception!

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A big thank you to all of the children for making this amazing video. It was lovely to see all of your faces and made us smile!

This week I have put a weekly overview of the activities below. 


At the moment I will continue to put the resources on each day, unless it is possible for me to get all resources uploaded for the week. 


Thank you for your continued support throughout this period of time.  

Summer Holiday Activity Ideas



Monday 20th July 2020-Wednesday 22nd July 2020


Here are some activities for the last 3 days of term-

Maths Activity

Ordering numbers

Have number cards 0-20 turned face down and muddled up.

Take over one card at a time saying the number on the card.

Once they are all turned over, put them in order 0-20. Then practise writing the numbers in order to 0-20, leaving a finger space in-between each number so it makes sense.

1 more/1 less than a given number

Have number cards 0-20 turned face down and muddled up.

Take over one card at a time saying the number on the card. Then say what 1 more and 1 less than that number is.

Number games

I will attach a web link for a maths website suitable for Early Years. You can choose which games you want to play.



No this year hasn’t been the one we expected, but we have loved the time we got to spend with you in our class.

My favourite memory of reception is when we went on a bear hunt and had a teddy bears picnic.

What was your favourite memory?

You can write a sentence about it. Make a poster or record a video. Either way, send in your memories so we can all remember the good times together, even though we are apart!


What are you looking forward to/excited about in year 1?

Again you can write a sentence or make a video saying what you are looking forward to. I’m sure your new teacher will love to know!


Enjoy a story from your class author

Class 1- Julia Donaldson

Class 2- Michael Rosen

I will attach eb links to 2 of their most famous books.

Monday 13th July 2020

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Phase 4 CVCC word writing

Phase 4 sentence substitution 2

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Thursday 16th July 2020

Hello everyone!

I just wanted to give you a heads up about this weeks home learning, there a few practical activities that you might want to prepare for before the day.

On Tuesday the children are making boats using different material e.g. paper, tinfoil etc.

On Thursday they will be making a treasure map so paper, tea bags, black marker pen will be needed.

Then on Friday they will be going on a treasure hunt using the map they have made so you might like to think about what 'treasure' they can find!

Have a great week 'Me Mateys'  

Monday 6th July 2020

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Thursday 9th July 2020


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EYFS Treasure Map

Friday 10th July 2020

Monday 29th June 2020

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Red group activity

Blue and Green group activity

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Red group activity

Blue and Green group activity

Friday 3rd July 2020

Blue and Green group-Lesson 18 - Reception

Yellow group-Lesson 18 - Learning to Blend

Maths- Ordinal Numbers For Kids | Maths Concept For Grade 2 | Periwinkle

How to grow a dinosaur

Tuesday 23rd

'oo' and 'or' home learning activity for Blue and Green group

Maths- Ordinal Numbers Song

Maths activity worksheet

Wednesday 24th

Red group-Lesson 33 - Reception

Blue and Green group- Lesson 19 - Reception

Yellow group- Lesson 19 - Learning to Blend

Maths- Ordinal Numbers

Maths activity worksheet

Thursday 25th

Maths activity worksheet

Friday 26th

Red group- Lesson 34 - Reception

Blue and Green group- Lesson 20 - Reception

Yellow group- Lesson 34 - Reception

Maths activity worksheet

Friday 19th June 2020
Thursday 18th June 2020
Wednesday 17th Junes 2020
Tuesday 16th June 2020
Monday 15th June 2020

How to grow a dinosaur by Caryl Hart and Ed Eaves read by Lauren at story time

Refuse poster activity

poster template

Home Learning will not be set over the two week holiday. It will resume on Monday 8th June. During this time, please feel free to access the activities on the year group ‘Learning at Home’ pages.

How To Build An Igloo | A Boy Among Polar Bears | BBC

From the wonderful BBC documentary, A Boy Among Polar Bears. A young Inuit learns how to build an igloo. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCStudios WATCH MORE: Hiro...

Maths Activity

Maths activity-

RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE - children story book by Giles Andreae read aloud by Books Read Aloud for Kids

Maths Activity- How to Share Equally

UTW- Australian Animals

Red group- Phase 4 Phonics Consonant Blends 'st' Initial Consonant Blend

fact file example

Red group- Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song

Numberblocks: Odds And Evens

Handa's Surprise story map

Handa's surprise word mat

Recap Handa's Surprise story

HANDA'S SURPRISE Picture Book Animation

Intended for educational purposes. Copyright belongs to RIC Publications

Numberblocks: Double Trouble

Maths- Telling the time- half past

Farmer Teds - Animal Barn - Farm Animals including Cows, Reindeer, Pigs, Piglets, Goats & Ponies

A quick look at the lovely animals at Farmer Teds

Red group- Phase 4 Phonics Final Consonant Blends

Phase 4 Phonics Final Consonant Blends Final consonant blends appear at the end of words. This video feature some common consonant blends, with words to read...

Literacy Activity- Explanation for all groups

Maths activity- Time 27.04.20

Michael Rosen reads Farmer Duck

Green group-

Phase 3 Tricky Words song Tricky words/sight words featured me, be, was, you, my, all, are, they, was.

Yellow group-

Red and Blue group-

Green group- sentences with words containing 'ow'

Maths activity- subtraction on a number line

Red and Blue group-

Yellow group-

Maths Activity- Subtraction drawing circles

How to grow a plant- writing the instuctions

Green group

Red and Blue group- Phase 3 word reading game

Green group 'ow' phoneme- Alphablocks Series 3 - How Now Brown Cow

Yellow group-Jolly Phonics Phase Two

Maths Activity- Subtraction using objects

Tricky Word Song

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Watch the video and write each tricky word as you see it. After you have watched the video get an adult to say each word so that you can try to write the words by yourself.

'ow' story

Red and Blue group

Addition Sentences

Addition using a number line

The Three Little Pigs Learning Challenge

Addition sentences

Ways to keep healthy example

NUMBERJACKS | Getting Heavy | S1E8

The Spooky Spoon is making light things heavy - 5 and 3 fly out. Numberjacks: 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 Agents: 53, 16, 68, 85 FUN FACT! WHAT is Numberjacks? It is all a...

Don't forget when using the Phonics Play website for the games below use

Username: march20

Password: home 

Weight activity

To start children’s understanding of weight we first get them to hold items and describe how they feel.

  • Ask your child to look at the 2 groups of items from yesterday.
  • Choose 2 items for your child from the light group, that you know will have a difference in weight.
  • Ask your child to hold 1 in each hand, ask them which one feels heavier and which one feels lighter?
  • Repeat this for 2 items from the heavy group.
  • Keep repeating this with other items from the groups to support your child to understand that we can compare 2 things to say _ is heavier than _ and _ is lighter than _.