Home Learning Pack

Here is the learning for each week. Complete the activities with your child as much as possible. For extra work, you can go the previous home learning packs ( below) or additional websites.

Teachers would be pleased to know how you are finding the tasks, so please let us know with a message to the school office.

Keep what you can... you teachers would love to see your work when we return!

Year R

EYFS School Closure Parents Letter

Daily activities


This pack has a range of activities in, similar to those that we do for challenges in class in both maths and literacy.

Read your reading book, a book from home or book borrowed from library.

Practise reading and writing common exception words from packs in book bags given throughout the year or from the Oxford Owl website https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

There are also a lot of ebooks available on the Oxford Owl website for reading.

Practise next step footprint unique to your child (sent home in book bags)

Additional activities

Choose an additional maths or phonics activity from:

Phonics Play

In Reception class so far we have covered all of phase 2 and phase 3, planning to move onto phase 4 so please choose from these phases.
Phonics Play are providing a login for parents to access all games and activities whilst schools are closed.

Username:march20  Password:home


Top marks




  • Can you make a junk model dinosaur out of junk from your home? You could paint it afterwards, then ask someone in your family to guess what dinosaur it is.
  • Can you make a dinosaur out of bricks? Or playdough?
  • Can you think of words that begin with the letter ‘d’ for dinosaur?
    Can you make a list of them?
  • Take a blanket outside and watch the clouds on a cloudy day. See if you can spot any clouds that look like dinosaurs. Do they have spikes or long tails? You could ask a friend of a family member to play with you. Who can spot the most.
  • Create your own dinosaur. Draw a picture then write its name underneath. Can you write some adjectives to describe it? Is it scary or friendly? Is it large, long or scaly?
Useful links:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/ (songs, videos and activities)

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/  (assorted sheets and activities which are free to parents during the school closures)

https://www.redtedart.com/   (art and craft ideas)

https://www.ictgames.com/ https://www.twinkl.co.ukhttps://www.twinkl.co.uk

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