Menu
Home Page

School Closure Guidance For Reception

The following information is to help you support your child at home. Any help you can provide your child at home would be very much appreciated.

 

Below you will find useful resources which you can download and use at home. If your child has difficulty completing tasks set, you can access additional resources within other year groups' class pages.

 

Class teachers will monitor and update Numbots. Please note however, any work completed will not be marked by class teachers. Any work the children wish to share with the class, such as Chilli Challenges, can be brought in after school reopens, or alternatively please email a picture to the school.

Here are some photos of the fantastic home learning that RHS have done:

Here are some photos of the fantastic home learning that RTF have done:

Weekly Planning Overview

 

Each week, we will upload a weekly planning document which outlines specific tasks for you and your child to work on. You will see that most subject areas are covered in an attempt to give your child the breadth of learning whilst being at home. 

Optional Timetable

This is an optional timetable we are providing for the families that will find this structure beneficial. 

Before 9:00

Wake up

Eat breakfast, get dressed, make bed and clean teeth.

9:00- 10:00

Exercise time

Family walk, dog walk, play in the garden, Joe Wicks PE and cosmic Yoga etc.

10:00-11:00

Academic time

Activities set by school (timetable on class page). Other ideas include: practice recognising sounds, share stories and create story maps together and writing words (and sentences if appropriate).

1:00-12:00

Creative time

Lego, drawing, crafting, baking, music, make a dance, dress up, act out a story and build a model etc.

12:00-13:00

Lunch time

Help to make lunch, gather ingredients and safely learn new cooking and cleaning skills.

13:00-14:00

Household chores

Clear the table, help wipe down the table and tidy up bedroom.

14:00-15:00

Quiet time

Colouring in, jigsaws, turn-taking games (snakes and ladders, snap etc.), memory games, enjoy stories, fine motor tasks, drawing, make a rainbow, bird watching, playdough and gardening etc.

15:00-16:00

Academic time

Activities set by school (timetable on class page). Other ideas include: fine motor tasks, memory tasks, number recognition games, representing a number etc.

16:00-17:00

Fresh air time

Play in garden, water the plants, gardening and scavenger hunts etc.

17:00-18:00

Dinner time

Help to make lunch, gather ingredients and safely learn new cooking and cleaning skills.

18:00 onwards

Free time

TV, games, iPad etc.

You decide

Bedtime

Enjoy bedtime stories together. Please discuss your favourite part of today to stay positive.

Messages from the Teachers 

 

All of the EYFS team are missing seeing your smiley faces so we decided to write some letters to tell you what we have been up to. Please write back to us or draw a picture to share your happy memories too. You could share them on 2simple or send them to the Reception email.

Week Beginning 23rd March 2020

 

Each subject area listed below has additional resources that you are able to use. Please click on the relevant area of the curriculum and access the resources that are available. 

Top