Class 1 is taught by Mrs Lock on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Middleton on Thursday and Friday. We are very lucky to have Mrs Walker who supports in Class 1 as a Teaching Assistant all week.
Changes to home learning
As school reopens, the format for home learning will change slightly. Home learning will be set by the RLLAT teaching team based at Acton. It will continue to follow a similar format to what is currently suggested.
Reception children – Oak Academy
Nursery children – White Rose Maths activities based on children's stories
Although we are now returning to teach at Bridgemere, we would love to continue to hear all your news. Please write and send pictures telling us how you are getting on with your learning at home.
If you have any questions about the work set you can continue to email Mrs Lock or contact Mrs Gregory firstname.lastname@example.org She would also love to hear how you are getting on with your home learning.
Best wishes, Mrs Lock and Mrs Middleton
Home Learning Information Spring Term 2
Reception children should follow the Oak Academy for their home learning. This should be supplemented by daily RWI phonic and spelling sessions available on youtube.
Live RWI lessons are available each day at the times below and then for a further 24 hours
Set 1: 9.30am Set 2: 10.00am Set 3: 10.30am
Further information: https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/parents/
Nursery children have suggested activities planned and uploaded to the website each week. They are based on White Rose maths activities and some lovely stories available online. We would also encourage parents to access Set 1 of the RWI daily phonics lessons
Read daily if possible
Continue to record your reading in your home/school diaries. There are lots of online reading books:
I quite like this site: http://www.literactive.com/Home/index.asp?Flag=en-gb It is American but has lots of lovely activities on the 'Road to reading' pages. It's free to use once you have registered.
Other curriculum areas:
PE – keep active with Joe Wicks each day – challenge the whole family
Music – https://collins.co.uk/pages/big-cat-ebooks log-in and select 'Music Express'
Our topic is based around the book 'The Extraordinary Gardener' by Sam Boughton.
The story is about a little boy called Joe who discovers he has a talent for growing plants. He changes his dull, ordinary world into an extraordinary world of colour. We will be finding out how to grow plants, the conditions necessary for growth. Our role play area will be a 'potting shed' where we explore counting, sorting, size, weight, potting seeds and watering flowers. Much of our learning will take place outside.