Reception Home Learning

Welcome to the Reception Home Learning Page

 

Welcome to the Reception Home learning page. On this page you will find:

o Daily maths and English activities
o Family learning menu containing cross curricular games and activities that you might want to do as a family. This is updated weekly
o Link to the Oak National Academy. A government funded website providing topic lessons and activities
o Extra resources
 
Please send in pictures of work or any activities the children have been doing at home to:
RCR: class3@shirley.cambs.sch.uk
REM: class4@shirley.cambs.sch.uk
 
Feedback will be provided by a member of staff once a week. We look forward to seeing what you send in!
 
Family Learning Menu
 
 
 
Oak National Academy
 
A fantastic website we are recommending you to use if you would like some more activities for your child is the Oak National Academy, supported by the Department for Education, Oak National Academy is free to use and will be open at least until schools return. They are creating new video content each week and will be uploading 5 different topic lessons with activities. The theme for the this week is; Making sea creatures from junk modelling. 
 
 
 
Daily Home Learning
 
 
Monday 13th July 2020
 
 
 Tuesday 14th July 2020
 
 
Wednesday 15th July 2020
 
 
Thursday 16th July 2020
 
 
Friday 17th July 2020
 
 
 
Extra Resources
 
In this section we will be adding lots of other resources which you can dip in and out of as necessary. We will be updating website links and other resources as they become available. If your child finishes the daily activities these could be some good additional educational activities to complete. 
 
Phonics play- this website is available free of charge whist schools are closed: www.phonicsplay.co.uk
Create a free account with the username: march password:home
 
Collins Big Cat

https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/PrimaryDashboard.aspx

This website where they have made all their ebooks free during school closure. These are fantastic books which we use a lot at school, and children can read books at their colour band level.

 
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