Helping at home
Please choose from the links below where we have suggestions for how you might support your child's learning at home.
If you would like to show any completed work or share events with your teacher that you have completed at home you can email it to your class teacher.
The year group email addresses are:
Nursery (Butterfly) -email@example.com
Reception (Bat) -firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 1 (Owl) - email@example.com
Year 2 (Badger) - firstname.lastname@example.org
The government site 'Oak Academy' is designed for schools to access for periods of school closure to provide video lessons.
For all year groups - this link will take you to the planning and lessons we follow in school for maths. Great to keep children engaged and involved in maths!
Reading and Writing -
Letters and Sounds for home and school - the DfE YouTube channel offering daily phonics sessions aimed at Reception and Year 1 children. In school we follow SoundsWrite, but this is still a very useful set of videos for supporting at home.
As a school we have a subscription to Reading Eggs for all of our children to access for free. All children have a username and password- please login below.
A lovely site with beautiful pictures to look at and questions to spark the imagination.
This site has e-books, phonics, spelling, maths and timestables. The activites are for suitable for 3-11 year olds.
Sounds and spelling patterns taught and used from Reception to Year 2
Free to use on phone, tablet or computer.
Phonics comics - a lovely site offering online decodable comics to read
Julia Donaldson Story packs available to download from Scholastic - or look on screen and copy them out!
Other learning opportunities -
BBC Schools Radio - Learning resources for primary schools offering video, audio and downloads for Early Years, KS1 & KS2 covering a range of subjects.
Sites which support learning English and extending vocabulary
These sites offer a selection of games that children can use to practice learning English in a fun way. Mainly aimed at children who are learning English but also useful for young children extending their language.