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COVID-19 Home Work Information
If your child has been asked to isolate, has symptoms or someone in their home is displaying symptoms; they must isolate until they receive a negative test or they have isolated for 10 days and have no further symptoms.
If your child is working from home, please work through the below subject areas as they will not be able to complete the work they have missed when they return to school.
The links from our Class Dojo page should automatically send you to the tables below, if they haven’t, please scroll down to find your work.
Your child will need access to an electronic device (such as an iPad, tablet, mobile phone or laptop) to access the following links. If you do not have any of these devices or would like a Kindle Fire tablet to use at home; please contact the school office and they will arrange for you to loan one for the duration of your child’s absence.
If you do not have access to the internet contact school.
Over this half term our Topic is all about ‘Pirates’.
Here is a topic web to help support your learning Medium term Plan- Nursery Summer 2 activities
Maths – We are practicing our counting and measuring.
Enjoy some counting songs such as: 12345 Once I caught a fish alive, 5 little ducks went swimming one day, 5 little speckled frogs.
Can you find something that is long? Short? Tall? Small? Same size as you?
Phonics/Literacy – In phonics we will be focusing on Phase 1.
Aspect 4- Rhyme and rime –
For rhymes please continue to explore a variety of Nursery rhymes from the website:
Practise some syllable work too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlBc703kYMg
Aspect 5 – Alliteration – Collect some things from around your house and play a game of I spy.
Aspect 7 – Oral blending – Find some objects around your house. Ask an adult to speak these in robot talk. Can you find the object they are looking for? E.g. S-o-ck, sp-oo-n, b-ow-l, f-or-k,)
Use this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvAYUvQUrGo of Jolly Phonics to help your child familiarise themselves with letter sounds.
Physical – We are practising our running, jumping and throwing skills to use within team games. Can you practise some throwing and catching. Perhaps play some team games like ‘steal the treasure’. Set a timer for 30 seconds and see how many items you can collect.
Religious Education – We are learning about Raksha Bandhan.
Look at this picture. What do you think is happening?
Have a go of making a bracelet using any kind of craft items. If you have a brother you can give it to them as a gift!
Silver Tree Primary School and Nursery opened a 26 place nursery provision in April 2019 for children aged 3 and 4.
The school controls its own nursery admissions, ensures quality provision and gives flexibility in staffing. Children in our nursery are provided with the same level of good quality education as the rest of the school with a qualified teacher in the Early Years Team.
In Nursery, the class teacher is Miss Whitworth. Our Early Years Team Lead is Miss Ray. Miss Ray is the Reception class teacher with assistance from Mrs. Lewins and Mrs Hedley.
Please contact the school to arrange a meeting with the Headteacher, Mrs Maughan, to discuss further details and arrange a visit or complete the application form below and return it to the school office.
15 or 30 hours Free Childcare – Am I Eligible?
Nursery Breakfast Club
If you require childcare before nursery school starts, please complete the Breakfast Club section on the above application form and return to the school office. Breakfast is served from 8am onwards and costs £4 per session.
Please ask the school if you require after school provision.
Further information about our nursery and a Nursery Application Form can be found by clicking the links below:
Other activities to support our learning are:
Our maths planning is very simple for this half term. We are focussing on
Number songs and rhymes, Positional language, Modelling number language, size and pattern.
Here is game where you can practise pattern making:
Here is a link for some number songs:
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/teddy-numbers (Numbers to 5)
This half term we are focussing on enjoying looking at stories, recalling some information and talking about what might happen next. This could simply be something like:
What was that character called? What was this story called?
What do you think might happen next?
How did that make them feel? Why?
To access reading books online please use the Oxford Owl free online learning
For support on teaching your child phonics please access the following: