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From 11.01.2021, we will be using ‘Google Classroom’ to upload daily challenges, Phonics videos, stories etc. Whilst some of you have been able to access this already, we realise that most logins are not working. For today, we have uploaded the work onto our website as normal. As soon as the problem is rectified, we will be using ‘Google Classroom’ as our main domain for uploading work, rather than on here. 
The only part of the website we will continue to use is the Gallery Section, where we will continue to upload your child’s work, videos, photographs etc as we feel this is a great platform for your children to connect with one another and see what their friends have been doing for their home learning. Thank you for your continued support 😊

WB: 11.01.2021

Phonics and Reading Guidance

Home Learning- WB: 04.01.2021

Children need to develop their prime areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development and Communication and Language to be successful in all areas of learning. Without being secure in these areas it makes all other learning in more academic areas much more difficult. But sometimes it is hard to explain what you can do at home to support these areas so below is a list of ideas you could try. This is not a complete list and we’re sure you already do lots at home already but hopefully this will give a few new ideas as well.

BookTrust recommended reads for 0-5 year olds.

Activities to share at home!

In the event of a school closure or if your child is asked to isolate at home, we have added some things that you can do at home to keep busy. We will add to this, so please keep your eye on this page for more ideas.

Some more Maths fun!

Numbers, Numbers, Numbers!

Practise your letter formation...

Some more indoor fun activities. How many can you tick off the list?

For all of those Lego fans!

We’re Going on an Animal Hunt...

We saw these scavenger hunts on social media and thought that they may be fun!

Julia Donaldson and Axel Sheffler have adapted some of their books to help children understand self-isolation and social distancing. Have a look at some of their fab work!

Recommended books for children in reception.

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