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Home Learning Resources for EYFS Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This page will be used to provide information and resources for children and families to access whilst schools are closed.

We have set up year group email addresses for the children to keep in touch with their teachers. Please use the email address below and include your child's name and class name in the subject line.

Please feel free to send us children's work for comments and next steps or any queries about home learning.

A letter from our School Nursing Team

Please see the attached letter for contact details of the school nursing team should you need support during this time.

Social Story to explain the Coronavirus

Support for Mental Health and Wellbeing here

Suggested Daily Timetable

​Weekly Activity Plans

Term 4 - Rumble in the Jungle

EYFS initial short term plan

Some activities you could try at home.

Weekly Activity Plan w.c 23/3/20

An outline of daily activities to complete at home.

Weekly Activity Plan w.c. 30/3/20

A set of suggested activities to complete at home this week. Feel free to adapt activities to suit your schedule.

Easter Activity Plan w.c. 6/4/20 and 13.4.20

It’s the Easter holidays! Over the next two weeks, please feel free to have a go at the suggested, fun activities above throughout the Easter holidays.  

Fancy making some hot cross buns in the holidays? Follow this child friendly recipe.

                                    Term 5 - Amazing Inventors



It's time to find problems to solve and get creative as we challenge you to explore the world of inventors and inventions. You will learn about some of the inventions that have changed the lives of people throughout history as well as having a go at being inventors yourselves. 

Term 5 EYFS topic web - Inventors

This topic web indicates what we would be learning about at school and what skills we would be continuing to practise. It provides you with some ideas of what you could decide to do at home with your children.


In the Reading, Writing and Maths areas of the topic web we have outlined the usual end of year expectations for our EYFS children. Although the Government have said children won’t be assessed in the same way this year, we felt this would be a helpful way of sharing with you what your children are usually expected to achieve by the end of their first year in school.


Weekly activity plan w.c. 20/04/20

Supporting resources:


Weekly activity plan w.c. 27/04/20

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Weekly activity plan w.c 4/5/20

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Weekly activity plan w.c 11/5/20

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*NEW* Weekly activity plan w.c 18/5/20

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Useful Websites and Apps
















Reading and Phonics

Please also go to our separate phonics and reading pages for more information on how to teach phonics

Resources for Phonics, Reading and Writing

Phase 2 Letter Recognition

Phase 2 Tricky Words - Pre Cursive 1

Phase 2 Tricky Words - Pre Cursive 2

Phase 3 Letter Recognition

Phase 3 Tricky Words - Pre Cursive

Phase 3 Tricky Words - Cursive

How to form letters 1

How to form letters 2

Combined  Phase 2 and 3 Sound Mats - Pre Cursive


For information, guidance and suggested daily activities, White Rose Maths are a great source of information. Some of the activities do require some resources that you may not have at home so please do not worry if there are certain things you cannot complete. All activities are available to look at as and when you need to so there is no need to complete tasks on a set day and it is a great way for children to consolidate, practise and over-learn skills and concepts during this school closure period. Activities, information and guidance can be found here:

Please also look at our maths page for more information about how we teach maths


Useful websites for Maths





Accessing Real PE at home

Please click on the link here to direct you to the Real PE online web page.


Please use this flexibly and find a routine that works for you and your family at this time. We do not advise that you insist on implementation of a typical school day timetable. Use this as a guide to ensure some academic learning time but also ensure you allow creative time, quiet time, outdoor time (safely) as this is essential in ensuring well-being for yourself and your child/ren.

Useful Websites:​​

       Username: student5731  Password: paulton

      Phonics, Reading and Literacy

Useful Apps:​​

  • Hairy letters  

  • BeeBots 

  • Shape apps 

  • Drawing Apps 

  • Teach your monster to read (phonics) 

  • Scratch Junior  

Useful websites for Phonics and Reading

       username: classname20 (e.g. jade20) password: books




Resources for Maths

Numbers to 20

Numberline 0 - 20

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