Can you turn a cereal box into a house?
Your house needs to look like a house from 1666. The date of the great fire of London!
Week beginning 5th October 2020
Remote Learning Pack
Classteachers have put together a pack which can be used at home to continue learning. We do not intend that children spend all of their time at home learning from screens but the Internet has lots of useful resources. We have tried to give you ideas that might support children from different year groups at the same time to make it easier if you have limited access to the Internet.
- an exercise book,
- Gingerbread Man sessions (via website link)
- Maths learning (via website link)
- ‘extra ideas’ (via website link)
All the learning has been planned so that you shouldn't need to photocopy anything. The link for the learning can be accessed at https://ststephensinf.sites.schooljotter2.com/learning-1/covid-19-home-learning/reception
For phonics please follow this link https://www.ststephensinf.org.uk/learning-1/curriculum/phonics
We have been working on phase 4 and 5(vowel digraphs/trigraphs and blends) but have also started looking at different vowel combinations to help us with spelling. It may also be useful to practise reading and writing common exception words for Year 2.
Welcome to Leo class! The children have all settled in very well. We have been learning about the Great Fire of London which started in a bakers in Pudding Lane in 1666. This week we made soda bread. It was a messy job but fun to make!