School Closure Learning
Foundation Stage - Home Learning Ideas
1st June Return to School Update
Update from Miss Archer
Scroll down for the Wonderful Weekly Tasks and Daily suggested activities. We have also added Zumba dance to our 'Staying Active in Lockdown' Page
For more information about the daily phonics lessons and Phonics terminology(click here) to go to our Phonics page.
For support with handwriting and letter formation (click here) to go to our Writing Challenges page.
Daily Suggested Activities
Reading: Please make sure that you are reading at least 5 times a week with your child. Additionally their are lots of authors that are reading their stories online. Eg. Tom Fletcher is reading one of his books at 6:30pm every Monday (click here).
Practising Phonic sounds:If possible Everyday go over the sounds with your child. Watch the ‘Jolly Phonic Songs’. If possible watch a daily phonics lesson on youtube, refer to the Phonics Star on the Foundation Stage page for help.
Letter formation: Your child can practise writing their letters in the yellow book, ensuring they form them the correct way and are written right way round. For support go to Teach Handwriting.
Number formation: Watch ‘Ten Town’ with your child and use the rhymes to practise forming their numbers in the yellow book.
PE: Joe Wicks a fitness coach is releasing a YouTube video every morning @9:00am (click here). He will be doing a short, easy workout for children of all ages to follow. Other useful videos to use: Cosmic Yoga, Trolls Dance, Move and Freeze.
Online Ebooks - Oxford Owl
Once in the website, click on 'My class login' in the top right hand corner
Password: cat 123
Once in the website, click on 'Class sign in' and enter log in details.
Numbots (click here)
Login information in green reading record books
Other Useful Websites
BBC Bitesize (click here)
This is a good website with a range of different games and activities to help your child’s learning across the curriculum.
Use this opportunity to teach your child how to dress themselves and zip up their own coat. Encourage your child to help you around the house:
Load and empty the dishwasher / Wash and dry the dishes (Be careful of sharp objects)
Make their own bed
Set the table with place mats and cutlery
Help with the cooking
Tidy their own bedroom and toys in other rooms
How does Tapestry work?
Staff have iPads in the classroom with the Tapestry app on them. Each member of staff has a unique login to enable them to access the pupils. When an adult observes your child making a step in their learning they write an observation and a photo/ video maybe attached.
How can parents/carers use Tapestry?
You can write a positive comment or give positive feedback about the learning taking place or add anything that you feel could add more insight into the observation. You can upload any photographs or short videos of a family day out, your child riding a bike, reading a book at home or a religious celebration. If you have any queries about logging in or your child's journal then you can book an appointment with Miss Archer or Miss Bennett.
How can I access Tapestry?
You will have a unique username and password.
https://tapestryjournal.com or you can download the app on all smartphones.