Welcome to Reception
Please could parents/carers of these children read and respond to this letter by noon on Wednesday 20th May.
Reception email address is: Reception@stteresa.bham.sch.uk
Thank you for the messages and pictures. Keep up the good home learning.
Please send me a message to let me know what you have been learning at home and any pictures of the activities you have been doing. I would love to see them.
W/B 18.05.20 Click here for week 5 Oak National Academy.
This week the English is based on Jack and the Beanstalk.
Maths - One more and one less and numbers to 20.
Foundation - Plants and transport. PSED- Feelings.
Ruth Miskin phonics set 2 covers oo, ar. Also revisit set 1 ng and nk. Click here for Phonics Videos.
There are some useful Ruth Miskin (RWI) phonic videos available to watch daily on YouTube. Click here for the schedule.
Accompanying worksheets can be found on the Oxford Owl website. Click here to access them.
Also there are more free ebooks that are linked to phonics on the Oxford Owl Site. Click here to access them.
Look at what we have been doing at home.
W/B 11.05.20 Click here for week 4 Oak National Academy.
This week the English is based on Hansel and Gretel.
Maths - Numbers to 20 and exploring place value.
Foundation - Habitats and the rainforest. PSED - Worried
Ruth Miskin phonics set 2 covers - ay, ee, igh, ow, oo. Click here for Phonics Videos.
W/B 4.05.20 Click here for week 3 Oak National Academy.
This week the English is based on Little Red Riding Hood.
Foundation - Friends and birthdays.
Phonics-Ruth Miskin phonics covers set 2 air, ir, ou, oy this week. Click here for Phonics Videos.
W/B 27.04.20 Click here for week 2 Oak National Academy.
This week the English is about Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Maths- Equal groups and sharing.
Foundation (topic) - People who help us.
Phonics - Ruth Miskin phonics covers set 2 ow, oo, ar and or this week.
W/B 20.04.20 I hope you had a good Easter.
The 'Oak National Academy' is a government backed online learning platform that has daily lessons in maths, English and topic delivered by teachers. The lessons are sequenced for the week and form a good basis for covering the Early Years curriculum. Although we may have covered some of the aspects, the lessons are good to consolidate the skills the children need. There are three lessons each day. English and maths could be done in the morning with a break in between and the foundation lesson in the afternoon. I will also provide some additional ideas.
Phonics - As well as going over the sounds already covered you could introduce the new sound 'ir'.
As it is Holy Week, you may wish to look at the powerpoint to learn about the important events of this special time.
Once you have signed up you can enter the Twinkl Home Learning Hub by clicking here.
Here are some more useful websites to help you.
Sign up to Twinkl for free daily resources and a suggested timetable for the day.
How do I sign up for the free Twinkl resources?
Step 1: Go to twinklhq.twinkl.co.uk/offer (click here)
Step 2: Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS
Step 3: Share the offer code and website link with anyone who could benefit
Click on the website name to enter.
Out of The Ark - Learn and sing some new songs.
W/B : 1.04.20 I hope you are all well and safe at home. Please continue to do the activities in the home learning pack.
Here are a few websites to explore:
Oxford Reading Owl - Select a book to read from the free eBook library.
Click on the term for the overview.
The school nurse visited us and told us about washing our hands. She explained when, why and how we must wash our hands.
We performed the ‘Nativity’ story for the rest of the school, our families and friends.
We have enjoyed trying out lots of activities and making new friends.