As our school is currently closed, here are some 'learning at home' ideas. Please use these ideas to continue your learning at home. The children are only half way through their first year of school so we would only expect them to be doing 50% adult input learning a day and spend the other 50% playing and exploring.

Please see below a suggested timetable for EYFS home learning.
For support with reading and writing please use the Ruth Miskin, Oxford Owl, Pobble Writing and Phonics Play link below. These links provide reading materials and writing ideas. The children have learnt all set 1 sounds and are currently learning set 2 sounds. When reading, we are placing an increased emphasis on the children 'fredding' in their head and comprehending the text. 
There will be daily Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons streamed live to YouTube from Monday 23rd March!!! The films will only be available at the times below:
  • Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm
  • Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm
  • Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm
Please follow the YouTube link to find the RuthMiskin YouTube channel.
There will also be a video of a teacher reading a poem for Reception and Year 1 children to join in with at 2.00 pm every day.
For support with number development please use the Hamilton, NRich, and White Rose Maths link below. These links have lots of fun activities and units of work. We also encourage the use of board and card games for number development. 
Our topic is this term is 'On The Farm'. For topic related activities please use the Twinkl, Visit My Farm and Easter link below.
To help stay active at home we have added links to Jump Start Jonny, BBC Super Movers, Youth Sport Trust and iMoves. Joe Wicks Is also streaming a live workout everyday at 9am.
CodeMonkey are offering a 14 day free tial for parents! This website allows children to develop their programming skills and is a great way of helping children meet the ELG for Technology.
Please continue to upload tapestry assessments. It has been wonderful to see the home learning that is already happening.