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Here you will find work for children to complete at home. This section will be updated weekly with a new selection of work then the following Friday any answer sheets will be uploaded to allow children to self-mark.

The home learning grid is designed to give children a choice of topic-based tasks to be completed throughout the week.

If you have any questions, we are available through Facebook messenger and the school's e-mail.

Week 14 Homework (Week Beginning 6/7/20)

Week 14  Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 14 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 13 (Week beginning 29/6/20)

Week 13 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 13 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 12 (week beginning 22/6/20)

Week 12 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 12 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 11 (Week beginning 15/6/20)

Week 11 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 11 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 10 (Week beginning 8/6/20)

Week 10 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 10 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 9 (week beginning 1/6/20)

Week 9 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 9 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 8 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 8  Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 7 (week beg. 11/5/20)

 Week 7 Phonics

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 7  Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 6 Phonics:

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 6 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 5 Phonics:

Watch the Speed Sounds and Spelling films for the current date by following the weblink below. Choose from one of the sets:

- Set 1 at 9:30am (for children who may find reading challenging or don't know all single letter sounds).

- Set 2 at 10:00am (for children who know all single letter sounds already).

- Set 3 at 10:30am (only for exceptionally confident readers, who know all Set 2 sounds already).

Week 5 Reading Activities

  • Choose an ebook from the shelf on the weblink below. 

              - Less confident readers should start reading at the red ditty books and work, in order, along the shelf.

              - More confident readers should start reading at the green storybooks and work, in order, along the shelf.

  • Your child should read this same book, once a day, for three days:

             - Day 1: Encourage your child to "Fred-talk" words by blending together , out loud, the sounds they can see in each word.

             - Day 2: Encourage your child to read more fluently today.  Ask them to "Fred in your head" so they don't blend words out loud.

             - Day 3: Encourage your child to read with expression, "like a storyteller." 

  • Ask your child questions about what they have read and praise them for finding the answers in the text.

Week 2 and 3 (6/4/20-17/4/20) Happy Easter! Have fun!

Welcome to the Reception Class page 

 

We are a busy, happy class and there are lots of pictures here of us hard at work! We hope you enjoy looking at our Class page!

 

Class Teacher: Mrs J. Fernandes
Teaching Assistants: Mrs C. Spensley and Miss F.Hodgson
 

 

 

Here is some information that you might find useful:

 

 

Our  P.E. lessons ( taught by Mrs Meroniuk)  are on Thursday mornings, but as this can be subject to change, please ask your child to bring P.E. kit on Monday to leave on his or her peg until Friday.

 

'Tuck' is available for the children in addition to fruit and milk. If you would like your child to receive this, please send 50p ( 10p a day) on Mondays.

 

In the Autumn Term, your child will bring home  a 'Sound Book' and some green flash cards to read. As the year progresses they will bring home a simple reading book. Please help your child by encouraging him or her to practise everyday and let us know how he or she is doing at home by commenting in the reading record book. It is also really important that your child brings the books back to school each day so that we can keep track of any changes that are needed.

 

From the beginning of the Spring Term we will be sending home a half-termly 'Homework Grid' with suggestions for fun activities that you can carry out at home with your child  that will help support their Early Literacy and Mathematics skills.

 

Please ensure that all clothes have your child's name on them. Shoes can be named inside the sole. It is so much easier to find the owner of lost property when it is labelled clearly.

 

If there are any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to catch me at the gate at the start or end of the day. If you feel that you need a longer chat then the office will be able to arrange an appointment at a more convenient time.

 

Mrs J. Fernandes

Pets and Vets February 2020 (and a special visit from Pets 4 Vets Staff)


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