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Reception Home Learning

It's been great to talk to some of you this week! The learning going on at home is amazing, well done to all the mums, dads and grandparents! We would like to share some of the things that you are doing at home and please keep telling us about them:


  • Lola D is doing a book review after reading The Ugly Duckling.
  • George has created a dinosaur shop at home, he has even made his own money!
  • Bing has made banana loaf and also we heard all about the pirate themed evening...
  • Lola M listens to David Walliams stories everyday at 11am.
  • Darcie is planting and caring for tomato and pumpkin seeds, quite a gardener!
  • Archie, Beth, Darcie and Henry are becoming reading champions with Oxford Reading Buddies.
  • Bella is learning about pyramids.
  • Ellie has made brownies with mum.
  • Paige is using video conferences to talk to Lola M.
  • Todd enjoys exercising with Joe Wicks every morning.


If you would like to start the day exercising with Joe Wicks


If you would like to listen to David Walliams stories


You can email us your pictures, work, videos, photos or just questions on:




Try to find as many words with the same ending as you can.


This week you could try practising your counting:  1 to 20 and back, in 2's to 20, 5's to 50 and 10's to 100.

Here are some familiar songs to help you:

Good morning to all of our lovely children and their amazing parents 👋 We hope that you are all showing your mums/dads/carers just how clever you are! Here are some new learning tasks for you to have a go at, if you wanted to. You can either complete these on Hwb or use the exercise book provided. 
We are thinking about you all everyday and we can’t wait to see you soon! 

Mrs Gwilt, Mrs Esteban, Mrs Griffiths, Miss Morgans, Mrs Lloyd and Miss Francis xx


* Have a go at writing a diary (like the diary we wrote last week for Samuels Peyps.) Make sure you include what you’ve been doing that day. Remember your red words, phonics and fingers spaces.

* Ask your mum/dad/Carer to write some maths stories for you. Use items around your house to help you find the answers.

* Complete some physical activity-maybe ride your bike or scooter or go for a run.

Find below various links to support home-learning.