Reception – Oak Class

Remote Learning

Remote Learning Instructions

On this page you will find a daily update (also emailed to you), a weekly plan and links to the resources you will need to support you and your child with their remote education. All resources have been sent by email and Class Dojo.

Overview for this week

Useful links to help your child learn at home:

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Daily email communication

Dear Parents/Carers of Oak Class,

Please see below the remote learning support for Thursday 5th March.

As you will see the day is split into live teaching via Zoom and independent tasks. Please click the Zoom link at the specified times to take part in the live teaching. Attached to this email are any supporting resources your child might like to use.

Remote Learning Support

Friday 5th March

Area of Learning

How this will be taught

Tasks you can complete

Phonics

Your child is invited to take part in our live teaching of this session. Please follow the below Zoom link to join us at 9:30

 

Topic: Oak Class

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

 

Join Zoom Meeting

 

This session is expected to last around 20 minutes. Please then support your child in completing the tasks to the left.

Phase 4-week 5

practising reading words with adjacent consonants

Communication and Language

For this session today, please complete the tasks to the left with your child at a convenient time during your day.

Revisit yesterday’s class story

 ‘Sam’s Sunflower’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3GaW6C-Ik0

Talk about the story together.

 

 Story

Your child is invited to take part in our live teaching of this session. Please follow the below Zoom link to join us at 11:15

 

Topic: Oak Class

Time: This is a recurring meeting

Join Zoom Meeting

 

This session is expected to last around 20 minutes.

 

Join in with our story session today.

 

 

 

Literacy

For this session today, please complete the tasks to the left with your child at a convenient time during your day.

Daily ‘DRAWING CLUB’ Work

 

Create your own little instruction picture and caption booklet of how to grow a sunflower!  Have Fun! Make this in a zig, zag book by folding and cutting an A4 sheet of paper along the longest length, and then sticking or taping the tow half-length together, and folding into a very long zig zag!

Physical Development

For this session today, please complete the tasks to the left with your child at a convenient time during your day.

 

Use a water bucket and a painter’s brush or thick paintbrush and go and paint whatever you want on the ground, or other possible surfaces,  outside….and have fun!

Understanding the World

 

For this session today, please complete the tasks to the left with your child at a convenient time during your day.

Create your own little instruction picture and caption booklet of how to grow a sunflower!  Have Fun!

Mathematics

Building 9 and 10 –week 2-session 5

Numbers to 10 Bingo https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/building-9-10-week-1/

 

This is a guided teaching online video session.

Please then support your child in completing today’s maths activity as attached:

 

Numbers to 10 Bingo

Phonics/

Reading

Please go to the Oxford Owl website

for free e-reading books-

 

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/digital_books/1387.html

 

and to the National Book Trust-

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPThRJA9cZ0&list=PLE5MZB5pedUMQRHw2etfKDkufdGKDiPsU&index=3

 

 

Please enjoy reading on Oxford Owl:

 ‘Stuck in the Mud’

and the National Book Trust:

‘A Busy Day for Birds’

 

along with other books, at a time of your convenience.

 

 

 

If you would like to send photos of any of your work including your Busy Learning, please send them to Dojo Messenger-

It would be great to see them!  Thank you!

To support your child with accessing the remote learning, the school are able to provide families with Chromebooks and access to the internet. If you need any technical support, please call the school or email Miss Bedford ebedford@stlukes.cambs.sch.uk.
 
Kind regards,
 
Mrs Babouris