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Over the past couple of weeks, the children have been learning The Lord's Prayer and some accompanying actions. Click the link below to take a look at the video!


For this week's Home Learning, I would like you to complete the activity called 'Making Shapes and Patterns' that your child will bring home with them today. An accompanying letter and instruction sheet will be included. This activity will get them ready for our maths learning about 2d shapes next week. It would be helpful if you could talk about these shapes: square, oblong, triangle, circle. 


Also, please try to spend a couple of minutes each day with your child going through their words in their word tin. Every few minutes helps!


Thank you and have a good weekend,

Mr Webster.


For this week's Home Learning, I would like the children to practise their number recognition. Click the link to the 'Blast Off' game below and pick a level. Start with numbers 10-20, but feel free to move onto other levels if your child is ready.


Have a good weekend,

Mr Webster.


This week in English we have been working on the story 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea'. After learning the first part of the story off by heart, the children then adapted it and created their own story map. Instead of a tiger coming to tea, we have had various animals, including unicorns, worms, lion and a duck billed platypus! Here are some pictures showing the children's work. 

Mr Webster


For this week's Home Learning, I have set a 2do on Purple Mash. When you log on, you will see a bell on the top bar. It should have a red notification on it saying there is a 2do called 'Adding up to 20'. Help your child to work through the different questions, using the onscreen number line to help. You could also provide your child with other resources to help their counting, such as buttons. 

It would be really helpful if you could ask your child to tell you the number that is the answer as we have been learning a lot about the numbers 11-20. 


Thank you and have a lovely weekend,

Mr Webster 


This week in maths, we have been largely focussing on making and recognising the numbers 1-20. The children used various resources, such as Numicon and bottle tops, to make 'growing patterns'. They were then able to link their patterns to the numerals using number cards. They learnt about which numbers are 'teen numbers' and why we call them this. If you get a chance, please review this at home as that would be really helpful. 

Mr Webster


For this week's Home Learning, I would like the children to complete the counting activity on MyMaths. The login details are in the children's planner and are also on the letter that the children brought home today. Please complete the activity by next Friday and I will go online and see how they got on.

On the second page of the activity, there will be a couple of questions the children might not be sure about. Feel free to leave these or use them as a short teaching point at home.


Have a lovely weekend,

Mr Webster 


Rabbits have now started their topic called 'Marvellous Me!'. Today we started talking about the senses and focussed on sight. The children learnt about different parts of the eye and went on a walk around the school grounds to look for signs of Autumn. 


For this week's Home Learning, I would like the children to access Purple Mash and create a picture. 


  • Search for Purple Mash and then log in using their username and password. The children all did this during our Computing lesson this week. I know it's tempting to do it for them, but please encourage them to try on their own even if it takes a little while. 
  • Click on 'Tools' and then 'Paint Projects'. 
  • Choose a picture and colour it. 
  • Click the 'Save' icon (the disc) and save it into 'My Work'. That way I can see them and we can have a look in class. 


Have fun!

Mr Webster


Here are some pictures showing some of the activities that the children have been doing over the past couple of days. I have been some impressed with how they've come back to school. They've been so enthusiastic, keen to learn and thoughtful, it's been a real pleasure! 


What a wonderful first day! The children have been amazing and have loved being back at school. It's been so lovely to see them and I have a feeling it's going to be a great year! Here are a few pictures from today.