At Home Learning
On this page you will find resources to support learning at home during school closure. This webpage will be updated regularly and all these resources will be posted onto our class Dojo page.
From Monday 1st June 2020, we would like you to revisit learning activities from the previous 7 weeks of home learning, all found below on our class page of the school website. You may wish to pick and choose activities your child has enjoyed by presenting them in a different context or have a go at activities which you have not accessed. Alternatively, you could access some of the many online learning resources we have provided in the Useful Websites section.
For a new daily Phonics activity, you could access Letters and Sounds for Home and School. New phonics lessons are uploaded every week day at 10am. New lessons for children who need more practise sounding and reading words such as 'tap', 'cap', 'mat' are uploaded every week day at 11am.
For a new daily Maths activity, you could access White Rose Maths. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.
Alongside all these activities we will be posting extra learning ideas on our Class Dojo page. This may be an activity idea we are having a go at in school during continuous provision or a video of an activity which you can watch and join in with at home.
Creating A Routine
Please find our 'Daily Activities and Routine for Foundation' below. This is a suggested way to structure your day. These times and ideas are for guidance only and you may want to dip in and out of the activities that are suggested.
Don't forget how important taking breaks, eating well, drinking well and having some fresh air is! Make time for you too; chat to friends and family on the phone and play together!
Any problems at all, feel free to message any of the Foundation Team on ClassDojo for advice or even just to celebrate how well you are doing!
Useful and free websites to support learning at home.
Some useful links to help with explaining why children should stay at home during these weeks of the coronavirus outbreak.