Here are some activities to complete at home during self- isolation.
If you can upload any activities to Tapestry completed I will be able to view these.
Welcome to Robins Class
Hello and welcome to the Robins class page. My name is Mrs Lilley and I am really excited about teaching Reception this year and looking forward to getting the new school year under way. I am currently in my 8th year of teaching and have taught in Year 1 and I have taught Year 2 for six years. I am the EYFS leader, Maths leader and a member of SLT in school this year.
This page is for Robins class to update you on what the children have been learning, locating information, posting homework and uploading useful websites or pages for you and your children to explore. Please visit regularly for updates.
I cannot wait to meet the Robins class in September and begin teaching some exciting topics this year.
|Autumn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2||Summer 2|
|All about me||Discovering Autumn and Winter||Let's go to the circus||All creatures great and small||Bears||Once upon a time||Under the sea|
Please see links attached below which have been recommended by the Early Years Team. The Cbeebies link has lots of useful ideas to try at home with your child, information and advice for parents. A handy tool!
Another useful link is the Cbeebies Alphablocks and Numberblocks shows. They are lots of fabulous clips on BBC iplayer which are used in school to help visualise and build numbers. Please do share and take a look at home with your child.
Finally is the 'Activity Passport' for children which has been released by the Government with a list of recommended activities and learning opportunities for children to experience at each age and stage. Please do try these at home.
In Robins class our class character is Winnie the Pooh. He is going to come home with each child over the school year. He has an adventure book which comes along with him when he is sent home with your child. Please take Winnie on some adventures: it could be as simple as a bed time story, tea at the table or attending a swimming lesson! The book is to document the adventures he has been up to with your child and to encourage talk, sharing ideas, and writing.
You can take photos, write captions and eventually the children can record their ideas into the book also.
All about Me Boxes
Don't forget to bring in your Summer/All about me boxes into school next week as we would love to see all of the things that are important to you at home. Photos of your family and friends are welcome so we can display these with pride in our classroom.
Looking forward to seeing you all next week,