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Previous weeks learning - w/b Monday 18th January 2021

Hello Everyone,

Please find the outline for this weeks expectations below. All of our activities and resources are saved in the resources folder at the bottom of the page.


Oracy and Writing

  • Daily Phonics sessions - click link ( Please see your Dojo message to ensure you start on the right videos.
  • Daily Reading - please read stories at home with your child. You can find lots of stories online. We have access to the Oxford Reading Owl. Use your log in to access a range of books that relate to your child’s phonic level.
  • Reading pack – we have given each child copies of 12 reading books. Please read 2 of these a week. Reading a book multiple times is the best way to help your child develop pace, fluency and expression.
  • Listen to your child’s class teacher reading a story online - link will be posted on dojo weekly.


Listen to the video of ‘Good night Spaceman’ read by Tim Peake. Talk about the job that the spaceman does and discuss the different jobs that people in your family do.




  • Write a fact about a planet of your choice for your space fact file book. Follow the steps to success and don't for get to use our sentence superheros.


Theme - Space

  • Maths this week is focussing on numbers 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. Please watch one video per day and complete the challenges. See the learning resources folder below for videos and activities.
  • Spend 10 minutes, daily on Numbots


Complete at least one of these activities each week


UW – Craters on the moon – Use flour and pebbles to explore what a crater is and how the craters on the moon were made.

EAD  -  Read and colour – read the colours that the planets should be and colour them in. Cut out the planets and stick them in the correct order.

Keeping Active

Communication and Language

  • Joe Wicks
  • Go Noodle
  • Cosmic kids yoga on YouTube
  • Go for a walk/scoot/cycle/swim


  • In Early Years, playing, talking and taking turns are key elements of the curriculum. 
  • Spend time everyday making up stories whilst playing with your toys. Think about the following:
    • What are the characters called?
    • What happens to them and how are they feeling in the story? 
    • What do they say to each other?

School Motto / Visitor Count

1 6 7 5 3 4 Visitors

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