St Ann's CE Primary

Reception: 

Learie Constantine

Learie Nicholas Constantine, Baron ConstantineMBE (21 September 1901 – 1 July 1971) was a West Indian cricketer, lawyer and politician who served as Trinidad's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and became the UK's first black peer. He played 18 Test matches before the Second World War and took the West Indies' first wicket in Test cricket. An advocate against racial discrimination, in later life he was influential in the passing of the 1965 Race Relations Act in Britain. He was knighted in 1962 and made a life peer in 1969.

Curriculum

Autumn Term

RED TED

Read Every Day, Talk Every Day

RED TED is an acronym for children Reading Every Day with their parent or carer and then Talking Every Day about what they have read.

 

We strongly encourage you to continue RED TED as part of your home learning. Keep track of how many books you read with tally marks or by making your own chart. If you have your own printer you can download and print this chart (RED TED Chart).

 

Celebrate reaching reading milestones by sharing a picture of your chart with your teacher on Evidence Me. Please refer to the Reading section below for a list of websites offering a range of online books and read alouds. 

Home Learning 

Please click on the home learning grid to see this weeks learning. There are additional resources below and worksheets to help but these do not need to be printed off. All work can be completed on Purple Mash (link below) or in your child's home learning book. 

We have also included a number of websites, links to online stories and books to read aloud as well as some links to physical activities to keep your children moving. Please remember everything you have learnt about keeping safe online.

 

 

Daily Phonics

The Department for Education have written and recorded online lessons presented by phonics experts. These are  designed to cover new phonics teaching that children would have received over the summer term had they been in school. 

Three sets of lessons will be available. One set for Reception and one for Year 1, based on where children are expected to be in their learning in the summer term. A third set of lessons focuses on extra blending practice which is an area that some children find the most challenging.

Please click on the picture to access these daily lessons on YouTube.  

Purple Mash

Please click on the picture below to access the Purple Mash website. Please ask your child's teacher if you are unsure of the log in details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to be directed to our Purple Mash information page. 

Reading

Please click on the links below to access different online stories that children can read or listen to. Most of them do not require you to sign up. Enjoy! 

Oxford Owl

Book Trust

Story Online 

Magic Key Story Books

Audible Stories

Physical Activities 

Keeping active is really important. Please try and do some physical activity everyday for 30 minutes. 

Joe Wicks PE Lesson

5 a day

Change4life 

Evidence Me

Evidence Me is the platform we use in the EYFS to share with you what your child has been learning at school.

Once you have activated your account you can download the Evidence Me by 2Simple app by visiting the App Store or Google Play.

View all your child’s observations any time by opening the Evidence Me app and tapping Observations on the quick-access bar in the bottom left-hand corner.

You can also use the app to share home learning with the class teacher. Simply select the media icon you want to use to record it and add a brief note explaining what your child has done. Your observations will automatically be uploaded to the school’s account as long as your device is connected to wifi.

Please click on the Evidence Me logo for further information and guidance.

 

 

 

 

Websites

Here are some helpful websites to help your child with Phonics at home. 

Here is a useful website to help your child continue their learning at home. Have you tried 'Count with Lecky', 'Dressing Lecky' and 'Lecky's Friends'? 

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html