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We find ourselves in unprecedented times and we urge you to look after yourselves and each other and we look forward to seeing you back at school soon.


In order to support your child’s home learning whilst our school is closed we sent home learning packs alongside their reports. Please find below some ideas of how you could record your child’s learning. At  school, your child participates in daily phonics, literacy and maths lessons. These are kept to short periods of time (no more than 10 – 15 minutes). Please try and incorporate some form of phonics, reading/writing and maths daily. I as you know am updating Class dojo for ideas and videos . 


In addition to this:

  • Your child came home with reading books.  Reading should be a pleasurable experience, so please share any books they enjoy with them. Talk about what is happening in the story and encourage your child to ask and answer questions about what they have read. Please continue to write in their yellow reading records.

  • In reception children learn through play and in the home learning packs you will find example of play-based activities you could do at home. For example, if they made a model from Lego encourage your child to write a label to go with it or write instructions for someone in the family to follow. Remember Play is vitalto children’s learning:ensure children have a variety of activities. Spend time talking, playing games, reading books and singing songs. 

  • Do some form of physical activity daily such Jo Wickes daily live P.E lessons, play in the garden or dance to your favourite songs. Playing with playdough, threading and building with Lego can help strengthen the muscles in your child’s hands and their fine motor development.

  • Children like routine and to be helpful, give them little things to do such as making their bed everyday, tidy away toys they have played with or help pair up socks.


IMPORTANT EXPECTATION: Your child has been given an exercise book, where their learning could be recorded. Their learning can be recorded in a variety of ways such as writing, maths, photographs or artwork you have complete. Their work will be celebrated on our return to school. Please encourage their best school handwriting as expected in school and example of how letters are formed can be found in the home learning pack. 


Please use these suggested websites where you can access further learning opportunities to enjoy and support your child to access other websites they may enjoy.


  1. PhonicsPlay.co.uk   (This is directly linked to the Letters and Sounds programme and there are lots of games to access. Majority of activities are free)

  2. Topmarks.co.uk (This website has a huge selection of literacy and numeracy activities available which are year group specific)

  3. Twinkl

  4. Teach your monster to read https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/

  5. CBeebies website – Numberblocks and Alphablocks

  6. YouTube – Mr Thorne does phonics / Geraldine the Giraffe  

  1. www.ictgames.com

  2. https://www.abcya.com/ (games for all subject areas)

  3. Tricky Words song (Phase 2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssfAUx0

  4. Tricky Words song (Phase 3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY

  5. Tricky Words song (Phase 4) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NOzgR1ANc4

  6. Days of the week song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtQcnZ2JWsY

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga (great for yoga and mindfulness

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