We hope you enjoy our video :)
We hope you enjoy our video :)
Hello everyone, we hope you have had a restful Easter break, what lovely weather we have had!
We will now be having a weekly timetable for both Reception and Year 1 children, these will also be emailed to you. You do not have to complete all activities, these are just suggested activities. The timetable is there to give you a few ideas and some structure to your week, again please don’t feel like you have to complete everything. There will be links to websites for the week, these will change on a weekly basis just to give your child variety.
We really look forward to receiving an email at the end of the week with photos of your home learning and playing. These can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to everyone who has checked in with us, it was lovely to hear how your child is doing a home. We do miss them all and seeing their smiley faces. Have a lovely week!
The most important thing to us is that your child is safe and happy if this means minimal work gets done that’s absolutely fine. We understand that everyone’s circumstances are different and children learn so much through playing so please don’t worry.
We’ll continue to update the blog weekly and look forward to seeing your pictures.
Click on the link below for your child’s weekly timetable –
The Year 1 Weekly Spelling challenge is –
Can you spot the word spelled incorrectly? Can you spell these words without checking? What creative ways can you use to learn your spellings?
Hello, we hope you’re all ok and enjoyed the lovely Liturgy this afternoon. The link is below if you haven’t seen it.
Since we won’t be doing daily updates during the two week Easter holidays, here are some activities that you may want to look at during this time but please have a nice, relaxing break and these are just optional activities.
Can you …
read your favourite book with your teddy?
read in your pyjamas?
read a book with an adult using silly voices?
read with a pet?
read in an unusual place?
read in a den?
If you manage to get any photos, we would love to see you completing your challenges and upload them on to the blog towards the end of the holiday.
Here are some lovely photos from this week’s home learning –
We will still do some of the YouTube videos but won’t post them on the blog. This is so you don’t feel like you have to do them but those of you who still want a bit of structure over the holidays have some ideas.
Happy Easter everyone, take care and stay safe!
Day 13 video :)
As it’s the week before Easter, we thought we would do the videos a bit differently this week and just focus on some nice Easter activities you could do each day. Hope they’re helpful.
Hello everyone, hope you are all well.
We have sent a timetable for Week 3 to Year 1 parents, again do what you can, these are just suggestions.
Here are a few Easter activities Reception children might want to have a go at during Holy Week. There is also a lovely activity on White Rose Maths that you might want a little go at – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/
Holy Week activities
Draw and write an Easter card to a family member.
Read or listen to The Easter Story –
Now you might want to challenge your child to write a sentence about ‘The Easter Story’ or draw pictures to re-tell the story, this could be done over the week for the main events – The Last Supper, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. We would usually do this on an A4 piece of paper fold into three.
Make an Easter garden using natural resources from your garden – e.g.
Discuss the cycle of a chick to a hen.
Make an Easter bonnet – we would love to see photos of these!
Make or draw Easter animals
Bake Easter buns/nest, children could even write down the ingredients.
Again these are just suggested activities for you and your child to have a go at. Have a lovely week.
Sorry it’s late. Here is the day 10 video.
Good morning everyone! We hope you are having a nice weekend and enjoying the sun.
With today being Palm Sunday and marks the start of Holy Week, we are trying to co-ordinate a pre-recorded liturgy that we can share with everyone on Maundy Thursday. If your child would like to take part (it will either be a very short reading or a picture) then please email us at email@example.com and we will give you further instructions.