- Class 1
- Class 1 Literacy
- Class 1 Maths
- Class 1 Phonics
- Class 1 Reading
- Class 1 Knowledge and Understanding
- Class 1 Physical Development
- Class 1 Art and Design
- Class 1 Communication and Language
- Phase 4 Phonics Tasks
- Class 1 Phonics Tasks
- Class 1 Phonics (Guide)
- Class 1- Sports Challenge
- Class 1 Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Class 1 Handwriting
- Class 2
- History Covid-19 2020 Time Capsule
- Sports Challenge
- Class 3
- Class 4
- Class 5
- Forest School
- Keeping Safe Online
- Dave the Dog is Worried about Coronavirus
- Twinkl Home Learning Hub
- Class 6
- Art and DT
- Home Learning Photographs
- Celebration Assemblies
Here are some websites to help you continue with your home learning:
Daily lessons with suggested activities.
Images to use to write a story. Story start sentences and help are given.
Please continue to read 3-4 times a week. You could use this website, which has a selection of e-books to choose from:
Oxford Owl has Biff and Chip books plus lots of other books to read. Select a level appropriate to your child's ability.
Last half term's Literacy
Billy's Sunflower by Nicola Moon & Karin Littlewood
We are learning more about sunflowers. Did you know they are my favourite flower? I just love their bright yellow petals and the fact they can grow so tall.
1. Read the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL_N72JG9QY
2. Write some sentences to say what you liked about the story, who were the characters in the story, what happened to Billy's sunflower and what happened at the end of the story. Can you say whether this is a fiction or a non-fiction story and how do you know?
3. Make some simple puppets from the story and retell the story in your own words. You could draw some pictures and stick them to a wooden lolly stick or a pencil.
4. Draw a picture of a sunflower and label it. Can you use any of the key words from the book? Eg stem, petal, leaf, roots, seeds, flower.
5. Plant a sunflower.
Here is a handwriting booklet to practice letter and word formation. At Tiptoe we use Cursive handwriting. In Class 5 we practice printing our letters.