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Welcome to the Reception Home Learning page!


How to keep in touch with us:

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Miss Lewis:

Mrs Cetaj: 

We would love to see the work you have been doing at home smiley


We will update this page with home learning activities and links. The work on this page is to add to the home learning from The Oak National Academy lessons we want your children to work through each day.


Each week we will also add the Robin Hood Academy learning projects for you to access.



Weekly challenge!!

Your teachers will set you a weekly challenge that we would like you to complete!

Please email us some examples of your work, we would love to see!

29.06.2020 - 

Literacy Challenge- 
We're going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen

Watch the story on youtube using the following link-
Can you then make a map of the journey they went through in the story. You can see some examples below:


Physical education Challenge:

Take part in the cosmic kids yoga - We're going on a bear hunt!

We're Going on a Bear Hunt | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

A Cosmic Kids yoga adventure for younger kids based on the lovely story by Michael Rosen, We're Going on a Bear Hunt. Join Jaime as we try to catch a big one...




Maths Challenge

Can you create your own shape pattern? Using paper and crayons you can draw your own patterns! 

 Can you name the 3d shapes on the poster below and have a look around your house - can you find anything in your house that are the same shapes?


Literacy Challenge:

This week we would like you to take a look at the treasure island image below. 

Can you write some sentences about what you can see.

Challenge: Can you write a story about the pirates in the picture.

We would love to see your stories, don't forget to email your class teacher! 




Maths Challenge:

Can you solve some addition and subtraction problems!

Create your own number sentences or use the examples on the word document below

You can use objects to support you or you can draw dots! See examples below:


Literacy Challenge: 

Your Eid Celebrations!

If you celebrated Eid last week we would love to hear how you celebrated.

You can draw a picture and write a sentence about it and email this picture to your class teacher.

If you did not celebrate Eid - Can you draw something that you enjoyed doing over the last week and tell us all about it. 



18/5/2020 -
Maths challenge:
Using your number cards ask an an adult to hide the cards around the house or garden and when you have found all of the cards place them in the correct order!
If you would like a  super challenge can you tell an adult what one more and one less is than a given number. 




Literacy Challenge:

This week we would like you to draw your favourite animal. Can you then label it. 

If you would like a super challenge can you write some sentences about your favourite animal.



New: Whole school home learning - Let's get moving!


Mr Pulley wants you to get off the sofa, outside, moving and having fun this week!
Please complete his activity challenges (go to the 'Keep ACTIVE at home' page) and send your completed work to your class email address.

Home learning project - Let's join hands!

Whole school home learning Rainbow Project!

We would like every child/family in school to create a rainbow picture to display in a window at home. Please read the home learning document below for details!

Thank you for your lovely rainbow Alesha in RL and Ubaid in RL, Humayl in RC and Sabah in RC!


Literacy links:



Maths links:



Physical activities:



Espresso Discovery Education Website: 

We use this at school lots to watch videos and play on lots of activities. Why don't you have a go at home? 


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