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Here is a video to show you how to use Microsoft Teams for our live online learning sessions. It will also show you how to download the app onto your laptop.

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Home Learning


Friday July 3rd, 2020

Good morning! Happy Friday! It was lovely to see so many of you yesterday on our Microsoft Teams calls. I enjoyed hearing about what you have been doing. I am so proud of you! I am looking forward to speaking to some of you again today. Don’t forget to bring your workbook and pencil to the session.


Here is the great work that you sent me yesterday!

           James completed both number tasks before joining his Microsoft Teams call. A very busy morning!


Razvan completed both number tasks, printed a sail boat using a potato and drew some great animals.



Tereza completed both number tasks and went for a family bike ride. Great idea!



Today’s task

I would like you to collect some natural materials. These could be from your garden, a walk in the woods, from your kitchen or from the seaside.



Use your collection to create a picture or an environment for your favourite toy animal/ dinosaur to play in. Here are some ideas but you can be even more creative!




I can't wait to see your creations!            

Have a fun day and a lovely weekend,

Mrs Lewis



Task 2 - Choose one task every day (29.6.20- 10.7.20)




Task 3 (additional tasks if required)

You can choose a different 1 each day or revisit your favourites.


  1. P.E with Joe -
  2. Cosmic kids yoga -
  3. Maths games on
  4. Digit Dog challenges posted on our school Twitter account
  5. Jolly phonics songs -
  6. Reading simple words – using Fred sounds to build the word, for example, cat, pen, pig, ship, chop etc
  7. Writing letter sounds using the baseline sheet
  8. Writing numbers to 10 and then to 20, to 100
  9. Counting to 10, 20 – in sequences of 2s to 10, 10s to 100
  10. Dough disco -
  11. Reading a story every day – talking about how the characters are feeling
  12. Completing a weekly weather diary
  13. Cutting and sticking – use old magazines, catalogues
  14. Revisit the song for when we are all back together -
  15. Listening walk or game – what can you hear?



Reading and stories at home.

We love reading in Reception. Please read with your child every day. There are also stories to watch and listen to on  and search for CBeebies -Jackanory Junior - Clips 


Reading scheme access at home

If you would like to continue to read the scheme books at home this is a great way to access the correct level of books for your child.  Check the level on the back of your current book and start working at that level. If you think they can move up a level give it a go and see how you get on. If they struggle too much continue at the current level, (search The Five Finger Rule to help you assess if the level is correct for your child).


Virtual Bookshelf Home Use

All pupils can now use the Virtual Bookshelf on their home computers. This is the school login for home use: User name: sa12bz Password: writing

KS1/section 1/old resources library/Text library/Topics a-z/fairy tales

Some stories you can read and talk about together.

If you are looking for support to find educational websites that offer free resources please use this website




If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Lewis using the contact form below.

Put your child's Hwb e-mail in the e-mail box. This is where your reply will be sent.

Previous work from this week


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