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Hello everyone, we hope you have had a good half term holiday.

Our theme for the next few weeks will be minibeasts.

Work will still be put on the website on a Monday morning. Printed packs will be available for you to collect from the school office on a Tuesday from 10am.

We hope you all have a lovely week.

Mrs Amos and Mrs Harris

Rhyme of the Week


Incy Wincy Spider

Incy Wincy Spider This weeks nursery rhyme has more fantastic singing by Marri Nallos. You may be surprised to lea...

Story of the Week

The Very Busy Spider - Animated Children's Book

The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle Animated Children's Books is a channel dedicated to bringing everyone's favorite books as a kid to life! If you enjoyed th...

Writing Challenges


Bronze challenge: Who did the spider meet? Draw a picture of each character and write the initial sound for the animal.


Silver Challenge: Who did the spider meet? Draw and label each character. Can you write the names of the body parts?


Gold Challenge: Who did the spider meet? Draw each character and write a sentence about each one.

Week 5 18.5.20

Hello everyone,

We hope you are all keeping safe and well. It is lovely to see what you have all been up to on the class blog. Keep posting as we love to see it!

This weeks work is still based around the story of 'The Three Little Pigs'.

Keep reading and enjoy the sunshinesmiley

Mrs Amos and Mrs Harris


Printed packs of activities are available from the school office from Monday morning.

Rhyme of the Week

If You're Happy and You Know It!

Join in with the actions and learn how to say 'Hello' in lots of different languages!

Pig Facts!



Pigs! Pig Facts and Learning About Pigs for Kids

What do you know about pigs? have a look at this video to learn some fun pig facts!

Sorting Materials


The three little pigs made their houses from different materials - straw, wood and bricks.

Have a look at this video and look out for the different materials that things are made from such as metal, plastic and wood.

Can you sort these toy pictures into the different materials they are made from?

WEEK 4  11.5.20

Hello everyone!

It has been lovely to see your pictures and messages on our class blog.  Look forward to seeing more this week. Keep busy and have fun.  Don't forget to keep reading.

Our story for this week is The Three Little Pigs!


Remember, you can pop into the school office to pick up a printed pack of this week's activities - after 11am on Monday

CBeebies: The Three Little Pigs, read by Lisa Riley

CBeebies - listen to the story of the Three Little Pigs - watch out for the big bad wolf!!


This week's rhyme is all about building a house

Week 3  4.5.20


Hope everyone is well and keeping themselves safe.  It was lovely to talk to some of you on the phone last Monday.  During those phone calls we did say that if you were struggling to print activities from the website, then we would put paper packs together for each week's activities.  These will be ready to collect from the school office from 11.00 every Monday.  Also we now have the class blogs up and running so please take the time to post messages and photos/pictures of your work and the fun things you have been doing at home.  It is probably better to use the blog class page, rather than Tapestry, as with the blog we get to see each others pictures. Thanks

Mrs Amos and Mrs Harris


Rhyme of the Week


Animals In Action | Brain & Body Builders | Exercise & Fitness for Kids | Jack Hartmann

This brain break music and movement song has jungle music, lots of animals and opportunities for children to move like the animals move.

Our Story Focus is:

The Little Red Hen

Story time: Little Red Hen | Oxford Owl

Listen to the story read by a professional storyteller

Here is another version of the story with pictures.

The Little Red Hen | Story For Kids | Periwinkle | Story #7

The Little Red Hen | Story For Kids | Periwinkle | Story #7 The story of Red Hen and her friends Dog, Cat and Duck. Watch the video to know what happens when...

We hope you enjoyed listening to the stories and joining in with some of the actions with the storyteller.

Here are the activities for this week.

Remember to choose  BRONZE, SILVER or GOLD activities.


Have fun doing the activities. We are looking forward to hearing from you on the class blog!

WEEK 2   27.4.20

Hi Reception,

We hope you have been managing to get out in the sunshine a little bit this week.  Maybe you had a go at the Nature Walk I Spy activity?

This week our story focus will be Jack and the Beanstalk


The Story of Jack and The Beanstalk - Fairy Tales for Kids

Jack and the Beanstalk Once upon a time there was a boy named Jack who lived with his poor widowed mother. They had sold almost everything they owned to buy ...

Our rhyme of the week is also about Jack and the Beanstalk.  Read it with a grown up and join in with the actions

Now have a try at some of this week's activities.  Choose a BRONZE, SILVER or GOLD literacy and maths activity and there are some other fun activities to have a go at as well.

Happy Learning and Keep Safe

Mrs Amos and Mrs Harris


Theme Activities

WEEK ONE 20.4.20

Hi Reception.

We hope you have all had a lovely Easter Holiday and you and your families are all safe and well.

Our topic this term is 'Out and About' and you can find out about our key vocabulary and themes in the knowledge organiser below.

Here is a link to our story for this week, which is Titch by Pat Hutchins.  

Read Aloud | Titch by Pat Hutchins

Our Rhyme of the Week is 'Five Little Peas'

Five Little Peas with Lyrics - Nursery Rhyme

Awww, Five Little Peas! Now, watch how they grown in their nice cozy pod! They become so big that... Alright no spoilers!

Activities for this week are linked to the story

Help your child to choose an activity that is at their level - use the Bronze, Silver and Gold labels to help

Remember you can share your learning and news on Tapestry.  We would love to hear what you have been up to whilst at home x


Here are a few fun activities to keep you busy over the Easter holiday.

Keep as active as you can whilst we are off school. There are some links below to help with this.


Here are some fun ideas for maths activities that you can do in your house or garden



Hello, I hope you are all keeping busy.

Here are some phonics websites to help support your learning over the next few weeks.


Hello.  Hope you have all had a lovely weekend despite the cold windy weather!

I am adding some more activities with a bit of an Easter and Spring-time theme.

Our rhyme for this week is 'Five Little Speckled Frogs'. Use the link underneath to sing along


Five Little Speckled Frogs


If you have nearly finished your home learning booklets, then here are some more ideas to keep you busy next week and over the Easter holidays!

W/B 23.3.20

Rhyme of the Week is 'I'm a Little Butterfly.

Here is a link to the rhyme.  maybe you could draw and write about your own butterfly.

I'm A Little Butterfly - Nursery Rhyme with Lyrics and Sing Along

I'm A Little Butterfly is a song that talks about bug that lives on the sweetest thing... Nectar. What a sight! Have you noticed they don't flit around alone...

'Just Karen', who runs a Monday music session with reception children has set up a 'Stay in and Play' group.  Her next live session is on Thursday 26.3.20 at 10am.  You are welcome to join in.