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Tier 3 - School Closure 

For the children who are learning at home we provide remote learning. For the first two days this is provided by links online. 

Please see these documents with a timetable and links for EYFS - pdf - word 

EYFS Children and Parents/Carers,

We hope you are keeping well and are enjoying this time exploring different learning at home with your child. Please continue to take photos and keep written evidence of what your child does, as we would love to add them to their busy books.

If you would like to share and celebrate any work your child has done with their teacher, please email it to our year group address below:

EYFS@springbankpri-ac.gloucs.sch.uk

Dear Parent/ Carer,

This timetable has been created to support you with Home Learning tasks during a period of self isolation. The tasks have been selected and set by teaching staff across the GLA Trust who have experience in the particular year group. For most suggested activities, links to high quality online learning platforms, such as the Oak National Academy, BBC Bitesize or White Rose Maths, have been provided. Simply hover over the blue writing and click to access the correct webpage, where video guidance is provided for the pupil, before activities are set. Most activities require nothing more than pencil and paper, which makes accessing and completing work at home very straightforward, as your family is self isolating and will not be able to pick up further resources from outside of the home.

The timetable covers the first five days of self isolation. Should a pupil be required to self isolate for longer than this period, their class teacher will make contact to arrange further provision of remote education.

 

Hints and tips

  • Balance your family schedule – the timetable is simply a suggestion to help you structure the day. It may be that your home situation will not allow you to stick closely to these timings; please use it as a guide.
  • Share the timetable for the day with your child – this will allow them to know how the day is structured, how long to dedicate to each session and when to take breaks. This will help you all get along and be successful – being together all day every day can be stressful. Structures and routines help everyone feel confident, safe and secure (including the adults!).
  • Make sure your child takes breaks - It is important to have some downtime, switch off from schoolwork and spend time away from a screen.
  • If it's not working, try again tomorrow - although continuing your child's learning is important, we don’t expect every child to do every learning activity every day. At this time, we know it’s equally important to enjoy time with our children - playing, baking, painting, reading, chatting and sometimes just enjoying doing nothing!

Good luck and stay safe!

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:50 – 09:00

Fine Motor

Fine motor

Dough disco using the links below:

Dough disco original   Dough disco if you're happy and you know it           

Dough disco down in the jungle

9:00 – 9:30

PE

PE

Wake up shake up

PE

PE with Joe Wicks

PE

Supermovers

 

PE

Cosmic Kids Yoga

PE

Just Dance for kids/Go Noodle

9:30-10:00

Phonics

Explore the ‘c’ sound with Mr Thorne C

Practise reading and writing the sound in words.

Explore the ‘k’ sound with Mr Thorne K

Practise reading and writing the sound in words.

Explore the ‘e’ sound with Mr Thorne E

Practise reading and writing the sound in words.

Explore the ‘u’ sound with

Mr Thorne U

Practise reading and writing the sound in words.

Recap the sounds learnt this week.

Learn the Phase 2 tricky words using the link below:

Phase 2 tricky words

10:00 – 10:45

Snack time and break

10:45 – 11:15

English

English

Little Red Hen – Listen and join in with the story

English

Little Red Hen – Sing and map the story

English

Little Red Hen – Focus on a Character

English

Little Red Hen – Reenact the story with a focus on a character

English

Little Red Hen – Tell the story independently

11:15 – 11:45

Reading

Reading

1-1  reading using the link: Oxford Reading Tree (free registration required)

11:45 – 12:30

Free choice

12:30 – 1:30

 

 

Lunchtime

 

1:30 – 2:00

Maths

Maths

Counting objects up to 20

Maths

Ordering numbers up to 20

Maths

Developing a sense of 10

Maths

Exploring Place Value

Maths

Finding one more than a number to 20

2:00 – 2:15

Story time

Listen to a story from school using the Longford Park YouTube channel  OR Listen to a story read by a family member.

 

2:15 – 3:15

Free choice

 

Free choice activities: This can be anything! For example some arts and crafts, science, outside learning, some maths or phonics activities chosen by the child, or even having some quiet time on a piece of technology or reading. In school we like to give the children some activities linked to things happening that week, for example firework art for Bonfire Night, or poppy art for Remembrance Day. Have fun!

 

Here is an example timetable for our EYFS Home Learning starting from Monday 11th January 2021: 

Week Commencing Monday 11th January:

Week Commencing Monday 18th January:

Week Commencing Monday 25th January:

Week Commencing Monday 1st February:

Week Commencing Monday 8th February:

Week Commencing Monday 22nd February:

Week Commencing Monday 1st March: