To all the children staying at home next week...we are still thinking of you and know you are all doing amazingly at home. Keep up all the hard work and don’t forget to send us photos of your great work. Keep smiling.😊 We are so proud of you!

A message from your teachers!


A message from your new Teachers.

Hello everybody!

We just wanted to say a very warm welcome to Year One.

Below you will find attached a welcome letter for you and some other documents including a leaflet for your child to complete at home.  If you are unable to print this off from the website, you are welcome to come into school and collect a pack from the school office.

If your child has returned to school you should have already received this transition material.  


We cannot wait to meet you all in September.

Have a lovely summer and stay safe.

Mrs Cooper and Mrs Johnson.


Hello Parents, Please look at the following Department of Education links published to support your child's learning during the current crisis. There are some really good ideas!

Hello Parents,

If your child would like to share work or anything else they have been doing at home, please email photos to Please mark FAO Mrs Beulah, as she is administering the class page for Reception. We would love to share your child's work and see what they have been up to. Many thanks.


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Relaxed Dough Disco

A slower paced Dough Disco™ to help learn the moves. This classroom resource can be used to enhance the motor skills of anyone who participates. It's also fu...

Pirate Kids Yoga!

A swashbuckling mix of pirate themed kids yoga with treasure hunts, songs and heroics! Let me know how you get on in the comments below! Share your pirate yo...




                             Reception Home Learning for Monday 13th July






Hello Children! Well we can't believe it's the last week of the summer term. It has gone by so fast. You have all been amazing and we're all very proud of you. This week we have set some fun activities for you to do. Have fun!

In reception we have been learning to recognise, count, order and write numbers up to 20. Have a go at this activity.



Under the Sea song for kids | English Song for children | Educational Song for kindergarten

Learn about the animals that live in the sea with this fun and exciting action song. Stay active by following the dance steps and sing along with the lyrics....


Creative activity

As it's summer and we hope for lovely weather, try making this sun catcher or Dancing paper plate to hang in your garden.


Save the Ocean Children's Animated Audiobook


                     Reception Home Learning for Tuesday 14th July





We have learnt to add and subtract 2 numbers using numbers up to 20. Have a go at this summer maths activity.




Shark in the Dark bedtime story read by a DAD!

Fine motor skills

We have developed our fine motor skills this year.. See if you can use your scissors to cut out along the lines and thread wool, string or pipe cleaners through the holes.     



A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea | Barefoot Books Singalong


    Reception Home Learning for Wednesday 15th July


Let's count and work out! Then practise some more addition and subtraction to 20.

Count to 20 and Workout | Fun Counting Song for Kids | Count by 1's to 20 | Jack Hartmann

Jack Hartmann's Count to 20 and Workout will have you counting to 20 as you engage your body and brain and workout as you count. Do a new set of exercises fo...

Have a go at colour by numbers addition and subtraction to 10. If you want a challenge try the next one with numbers to 20!
Have you ever been to the seaside? Watch woolly and Tig's adventures on holiday. Draw a picture of a seaside or print out the seaside to cut and stick.

Woolly and Tig - Beach Holidays | Buckets, Spades and a Picnic

The Rainbow Fish read by Ernest Borgnine


Print out the sheet below, carefully trace over the lines and colour in the picture.

                   Reception Home Learning for Thursday 16th July                   




Print out or look closely at the pictures in the document below. Can you spot the differences in the pictures?

Commotion In The Ocean by Giles Andreae

Maths activity

Look at the pattern sheets. Can you say what would come next in the patterns?

Creative Activity

Look at this lovely craft activity. Can you make a seaside in a jar? We would love to see your photos of your seasides in a jar.





                            Reception Home Learning for Friday 17th July




We can't believe it's our last day of home learning so we're going to make it quite a relaxing one!

Let's play a summer memory game to help develop your visual memory. Print out and cut out the pictures below or make your own.

Game 1

Place the picture cards on a tray. Ask a grown up or sibling to turn one over when you are not looking. Can you work out which one is missing?

Game 2

Print out 2 copies. Choose 9 pairs and arrange in 3 rows of 3. Turn the pictures over so that you can't see them. Turn 2  over at a time to reveal the pictures. If they match, you can keep the pictures. If they don't match, turn them back over again. You can play this game with a partner or on your own. Try more pairs if you want to make it harder.

Now sit down in a comfy chair with some popcorn perhaps for an end of term treat!  Enjoy!



A very big well done for all of your hard work at home and a very special thank you to the grown ups who have done a super job in helping you too during this time.

We really hope that you have enjoyed your home learning and we are really looking forward to seeing you again in September to help with your move into Year One.

So it's goodbye for now and we wish you all a safe and happy summer holidays!