Well done boys and girls for a great start with your home learning - Mrs Pickup and I are super proud of you. We know it can be difficult working at home, but please try your best. It has also been lovely seeing you on the zoom lessons - thank you for joining them . Remember to keep working hard at home and to complete your work every day on the homework pencil, this is really important. We look forward to seeing your fantastic work, which you can email to us anytime. Also remember to keep up with the zoom lessons. We are missing you being in class, but we are so glad that you are safe at home.
Mrs Kenny & Mrs Pickup
If our class bubble has to be off school in the coming weeks and months, here is where you will find the work for your child to complete at home. The work will be available immediately so that children can access it in such an event and will be added to over any period of being away from school. Please do not compete any of this work other than in the circumstances outlined above. We sincerely hope we will not need to use this page but feel it is important to be ready.
Please see below a timetable to use for your home learning. We recommend that you at least complete the numeracy, literacy and phonic tasks every day if you can - please don’t feel guilty if you are working, just do what you can do. Please practise reading daily with your child, and remember to always have a bedtime story. When writing ensure your child uses the pre cursive letters which you can see below. We hope you all stay safe and well, and please email anytime if you have any questions or queries.
Mrs Kenny & Mrs Pickup
Here is a timetable for you to use to help give you an idea of the time to spend on each subject whilst home learning:
1-1.30pm Other areas of the curriculum - RE, Understanding the World, PE etc
2-3pm Play together! - this is the main way your child will learn new skills and knowledge
The lessons and activities for these times can be found by clicking on the daily pencils. Please do not feel that you have to stick to this exactly, it is just a guide to hopefully help you. If your child finds it difficult to concentrate, then make the activities shorter and do it little and often.