Listen to a Story
We have a growing library of stories that you may wish you to use with your child when learning at home. Some of them are familiar to children and link to nurture themes, such as anxiety, what to do with worries and other feelings and emotions. Others are well-known stories that children enjoy. We hope you enjoy sharing them together!
You can find the stories here:
During assemblies each day in school, children have opportunities to think, listen to stories and music and reflect on values such as friendship, peace, honesty and compassion. They have an opportunity to share in a prayer, or thinking time, if they choose to do so. If you would like to access an assembly at home, please use the link below and then enter the password 'palmsunday' when prompted.
Schools are required to allow time each day for an act of collective worship, and you can view our policy here:
|Assembly 1 - Classroom Worship|
Below you will find some activities that will help you with your learning at home. The learning grids have been designed so that you can choose activities in any order. There are also links to websites that will help you with your learning.
Oak National Academy has been established to support learning at home, and you can find a link to the Reception content below.
We hope you enjoy completing the activities!
Our Butterflies in Action!
This video clip of our butterflies links to activities in our learning grid. We hope you enjoy watching it!
Ready to fly away!
It's now time for our butterflies to explore! Watch as Mrs. Ison releases them into the garden!
Oak National Academy - Daily Activities
Oak National Academy has been established to support learning while children are unable to attend school. Each day, there are English, maths and other subject activities provided in a sequence, complete with videos. Your child can participate in all of these, free of charge, by accessing the relevant year group.
|Oak National Academy|
We hope that you will find these links helpful in supporting children's learning at home. You can create a library account using the link below, or use existing details if you are member of Lincoln Central Library. There are lots of e-resources available!
|Government Home Education Resources List|
|Latest update April 7th 2020|
|White Rose Maths Early Years|
|Videos and challenges (see downloads below)|
|Oxford Owl e-books|
|Reading scheme e-books|
|Komodo Maths Resources|
|Online maths activities|
|Practical Resources for Early Years|
|Lincolnshire Libraries Login|
|E-reading and audio resources|
|Home Learning Resources|
Letters and Sounds
Practise phonics here!
Find a reading book for your book band here!
Find an activity here!
Find daily lessons here!
Tiddler by Julia Donaldson
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
The Selfish Crocodile by Faustin Charles
Count in 2s, 5s, 10s
Alphablocks - Alphabet
Phase 3 - Tricky Words Song
Phase 4 - Tricky Words Song
Big Numbers Song
Here are some resources you may find helpful. White Rose Maths have several home-learning videos and activities available to help support mathematical development. We have shared some of them below. You can watch the accompanying videos by accessing their website:
Virtual Maths Manipulatives
We use a range of practical resources in the teaching of maths, and you can learn more about our approach to teaching by following this link: http://www.themeadows.lincs.sch.uk/classes_and_learning/our_curriculum___assessment/maths.html
While at home, counters, small toys and dried pasta can be used for counting and representing numbers. You can follow the link below to access a range of counting resources on screen. We use physical versions of all of these in school, so we hope that they will prove to be a useful addition to maths learning sessions at home.
|Virtual Manipulatives for Maths|
|On-screen representations of practical resources|
Number Blocks - Add and Subtract
Head and Shoulders
Count to 100
3D shapes song
2D shapes song
Language and Communication
We hope these resources will be helpful to families when practising reading, writing or spelling skills at home. They can be used as a reference and a guide.
Phonics Articulation Guide
This video is a helpful guide to the correct pronunciation of phonemes (sounds) when learning to read.