Reception Remote Learning

Welcome to the Reception Remote Learning Page




9:25-9:45 for Phonics, daily from 11/01/21

 1:00-1:15 for Maths, Monday and Wednesday

Contact the school office for the Zoom links! 


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


  • A weekly plan which includes daily learning tasks for English, Mathematics and phonics.
  • Extra resources to support the learning tasks.
Please send in pictures of work or any activities the children have been doing at home to:
Feedback will be provided by a member of staff once a week. We look forward to seeing the work from your child.
Remote Learning Plans Spring Term 2021
WB: 18.1.21
In the PDF files below, you will find some of the phonics sheets that would usually be available on our phonics table (along with paint, glitter and shaving foam to practice our letters). 
Your child may wish to trace the letters with a pencil, or perhaps they are ready to write some words. You'll find that the sheets offer varying levels of challenge.  
WB: 11.1.21
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WB: 4.1.21
Useful Links
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; Growing.
Useful links for remote learning: - 50 things to do before you're 5: Activities to enjoy from home with your children.
These videos are based around our current Maths theme of one more and one less.  
One more -
One less -
We all know how important it is to stay active at home to keep our brains and bodies healthy. 
Mr. Fisher, our P.E lead, has made a document with some tips and activities you can enjoy at home to stay active. 
We're sure you know how important it is to read to your child, but we're also aware that without library access this may be trickier than usual. 
Here are some links that may be useful for different ways of exploring stories at home. : Author readings of books : Create a free log in for access to ebooks.
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:
Create a free account with the username: march password:home
Collins Big Cat

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.


ICT games

Remote Learning Plans Autumn Term 2020
Summer activity ideas
Outdoor activity ideas 
Previous Remote Learning