A new plan will be added each week, with activities for you to complete at home. Please complete as many activities as you can - this will help your child for when they return back to school.
(See 'Weekly home learning plans' below)
We will be sending MME messages to keep in touch. Stay safe!
Get in touch!
Send us pictures of what you have been doing, or a message to let us know how you are. Our class email address is:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Here are some useful websites that your child can use to help support their learning.
Phonics play https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm Username: march20 Password: home
Espresso https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/ (MME message sent out with username and password)
Topmarks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ There are some fun games on here linking to lots of subjects!
Go Noodle https://family.gonoodle.com/ This will help keep you active at home.
Twinkl www.twinkl.co.uk use the code PARENTSTWINKLHELP for free access.
The Booktrust https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/ Stories and activities for children to enjoy.
PSHE https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home-1/ There are some nice stories on here which link to personal, social and emotional development.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule There are lessons on here for you to complete at home if you have finished the tasks we have set for you.
The Department for Education will be providing children with daily phonics lessons using the same scheme we provide in school. There are three sets of phonics lessons to choose from and they will be uploaded at these times;
10am - Reception Summer term
10.30am - Year 1 Summer term
11am - For extra support with blending
The videos will be uploaded to this Youtube channel - Letters and sounds for home and school https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/channels?view_as=public
Welcome to Maple a mixed class of Reception and Year 1 children. There are 29 children in our class. There are 18 girls and 11 boys. Miss Walker is the class teacher and our teaching assistants are Mrs Naz and Mrs Nawaz.
Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
Respect everyone and everything.
Be a good listener and try your best.
Be proud to be in the Victoria team.
Show good manners
Children will have an individual reading and library book to take home weekly. Please read with your child on a daily basis and don’t forget to write a comment so that we can see that they have read. When they have read 25 books at home, they are awarded the bronze Reading Olympic certificate in assembly. The next challenge is to read 50 books for the silver award and then 100 books for the gold award.
The children will have new homework every half term. On the homework sheet there will be different tasks for you to complete at home. Half way through the term we will collect the homework and share it with the class. At the end of the half term all of the homework will be collected in and marked. If you have any questions about the homework tasks feel free to ask someone in Reception or Year 1!
As part of our British Values in Reception we will be learning about Democracy by encouraging the children to make decisions together. One of the ways we will be doing this is by holding class votes for example a class vote for who will be part of the School Council. The importance of valuing each others feelings and views will be embedded in the day to day learning. The children will be taught the importance of having rules and routines in place within the school and classroom. This will also be linked to the wider community such as the police and people who help us.
Children will always encouraged to think about their actions and make good choices. As part of our topics such as All About Me, we will be learning about how we are all different and how this should be celebrated. Children will be encouraged as part of their self confidence and self awareness to feel confident to express their needs and opinions. Mutual respect and tolerance will be part of the underpinning the values in Reception. An ethos of inclusion will be embedded where the children are sensitive to the needs and beliefs of others. This will be encouraged through the importance of sharing and respecting opinions.
Star of the week:
Good behaviour award:
Reader of the week:
Mathematician in the week: