Remote Learning

Remote Learning 

Online Learning
Please check back at this page often as we will keep updating it as appropriate so that the remote learning matches the content that is happening in the classroom. Remember you can contact us at anytime through our class email address and Tapestry.

Please upload any work completed onto Tapestry or send to our class email address:

Please contact the teachers on the email above if you have any questions. Please share completed work through email or by adding an observation on your child’s Tapestry account.


Please follow the suggested reading and writing tasks for each day. You can also access daily phonics lessons on line through the links below.


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Complete Summer Term Workout 11

Here are a few web links that you may wish to use to help your child with their reading and phonics:

Username:march20 Password:home

Username: student25850 Password: family

Handwriting Games

You will need the username: student25850 and the password: family

A set of instructional videos and supporting resources to compliment the teaching of upper and lower case letters. Have a go at practising forming the letters using different media. For example: sand, flower, paintbrush, chalk.

Communication, Language and Literacy

Helicopter Stories:

Helicopter Stories lets children dictate their stories which are written down verbatim, exactly as they are told, by an adult. The children then act out their stories. Encourage your child to dictate a story and add some simple words and sentences. Please share your stories through Tapestry or the class email.

Alongside the simplicity of this approach is an ethos that is child-centred, creating a culture of curiosity and wonder at the dexterity of children’s imaginings during both the telling and the acting out of their stories.

Please share the stories on Tapestry or send them to the class email address.

Characters examples

Story-settings examples


Story problems


Reading at Home

As a school we have recently bought into Collins Ebooks. These provide an online library of books which teachers can allocate linked to children’s growing Phonics knowledge, are age appropriate and are ideal in the current climate when children are unable to access reading books in school.

To access the books please follow the link below. Your child’s user name is UKHOLY followed by your child’s first and last name e.g. UKHOLYKateCawkwell, their password is Reading1

Below is a parents guide which shows how to access different features on the site, there is also an app which can be downloaded to make it more accessible on I-pads and tablets.

Collins eBooks Big Cat Parent Guide

Please record any reading you do at home on your tapestry account. You could add a video, photo or a comment if you wish or you can simply record the pages that have been read. If you need any support accessing your tapestry account, please let us know.

Also, follow the link to find a wide range of free books that can be read in different languages at home.

Top Ten Storytimes to Enjoy

This collection of our top 10 tales, often read by the author, are suitable for 3-7-year olds (though older children may enjoy them too). The book covers are include so children can see and CHOOSE what they’d like. Reading for pleasure is about engaging with books or any texts that interest you, so children’s choice is key.


Digital Favourites to Enjoy

Download a copy of digital favourites, with visuals so children can CHOOSE! The collection includes stories, poetry, comics, information books and magazines and so something to tempt every reader. The visuals are key to fostering motivation, so do pass on.


Oxford Owl have free e- books that you can download onto your devices at home.

If you would like to know your child’s reading level for this website, please email me and I can send you the information individually.

Parents can further support their children with their reading through:

Predicting – What do they think this text is about?

Clarify – What new vocabulary have they experienced? Meaning?

Question – What would they still like to know?

Summary – In their words, what is the text about?



Describing the capacities of objects and using language about capacity

In this lesson, pupils will explore capacity of cups and use language such as full and empty to describe them


Comparing the volume of liquid in different containers

In this lesson, pupils will explore the volume of liquid in different containers and describe what they notice:


Comparing the weights of objects and using language about weight

In this lesson, pupils will explore the weight of household objects and use language such as heavier, lighter and balanced to describe their weight.


Differentiating between heavier and lighter

In this lesson, pupils will use their knowledge of weight to decide whether objects are heavier or lighter than another.


Estimating the lengths of objects and then compare and order lengths

In this lesson, pupils will estimate the length of paper and order length by comparing strips of paper.


Each week new tasks will be set. There are helpful videos for you and your child to watch together.

Learning outdoors:

My face in nature

In this lesson, we are going to be creating our faces using natural items that we have found on our daily walks. We are then going to create somebody else’s face and compare them!

signs of spring

Tracking Signs of Wildlife _ Tracking Skills Wild Challenge – The RSPB

Shake a Tree _ Tree Beating Wild Challenge – The RSPB

How to Make Compost Heaps & Bins _ Wild Challenge – The RSPB

How to Make a Minibeast Hotel _ Wild Challenge – The RSPB

Do a wildlife survey

DIY Bird Bath _ Build a Bird Bath _ Wild Challenge – The RSPB

Container Pond Ideas _ DIY Mini Pond Wild Challenge – The RSPB

Learning indoors:


Cake recipe book

Indoor treasure hunt

Playdough recipe book

Physical Development

Why not try yoga with your child to help them to calm down but also to get exercise too. It is a little website called Cosmic Kids yoga and it has several types of yoga based on different stories. For example, the hungry caterpillar, Room on a broom, Frozen. See which story you and your child like the best.

Andy’s Wild Adventures

Here is a link to a drawing class with author and illustrator Rob Biddulph.

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