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Early Years

This page is specifically for sharing important message and information with Early Years parents and carers. Alternatively you may wish to check our dedicated Facebook page for additional information: 

A few helpful websites you can use with your children at home during this time: username: march20 password: home. Please focus on Phase 1/2 and 3 activities. Lots of fun, interactive, activities for children.


Joe Wicks daily PE session-

Oxford Owl- free ebooks-

We will continue to update websites and activities regularly.

Children in Reception have started to learn to read tricky 'red' words. These are words that can't be sounded out to read them. Can you see how many you can read in the 'Tricky word trucks' game? Try Phase 2 words first.

During your active time today have a go at hopping like a bunny rabbit. Can you hop/jump over a line on the path? How many hops can you do in a row? Count as you hop and challenge yourself by hopping on one foot only. It's harder than it looks!

Continuing with our Easter theme why not have a go at making an Easter card? Decorate the front with an Easter theme of your choice. Once dry carefully write a message inside. Be sure to write who it is to and who it is from.

Good morning everyone! As it is almost Easter, we would usually be decorating boiled eggs at school this week. We thought it would be a nice idea if you could still do this at home. First, can you draw a design of your egg in your book? What will it be? A book character? A superhero? A patterned egg? Write the name of your egg at the top of your page then label your design with the different materials you plan to use. We'd love to see photographs of your design and finished egg on here!

Also, don't forget your daily tasks such as writing your name, reading, and keeping fit with Joe Wicks and Supermovers!

Fun with Spot is a great website that your child can access for free games activities and stories. You can even have a go at creating your own story with Spot and his friends! Take a look using the following link:

We came across this great collection of 100 ideas of things to do indoors. Which ones might you do? Perhaps you could work your way through them and do a couple each day?

We really like this idea for all the family to complete! This is a time for family to be together and why not make something to remember?

Follow the simple salt dough recipe
Each member places their hand in the dough before cooking it (even your pets can be involved)

Thank you so much for the photographs you have been sharing with us of you completing the activities, seeing your faces makes us all smile! We miss you and hope you’re staying safe. We have put together a little video for you so that you can see us too, we hope it makes you smile! Hopefully it won’t be too long before we can all be back in school together again. Stay safe everyone

Today's task is all about numbers. Can you muddle up the number cards from your home learning pack then place them out in the correct order? Next ask your adult to hide a number at a time, can you identify which number is missing from the line? If you're feeling extra confident why not write the numbers in your book!?
This is a great way for you to practice your counting skills and develop your number recognition.

Have a go at this fun, active, task! Using the letters from your name follow the instructions next to each letter to create your own personal workout. You could always try using letters from the names of your friends and family too!

If you have the ingredients in your house you might like to make some playdough at home with your grown up, just like we do at school. Or perhaps you have your own pot of playdough at home? Shonette Bason-Wood, the founder of Playdough disco, has her own Youtube channel where you can join in with dough disco every day!