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WOW! Well done Nursery, you have made it to the top of the leader board for using Reading Eggs so much! I'm so happy and proud of you all!

It's so important that you continue to read and practise your Phonics as part of daily Home Learning. 

I set daily tasks for you on Reading Eggs, please continue to access these. If you are struggling to log in, then please contact the school. 

Please read everyday and tune in to our online session, everyday at 3pm to share a story, sing some songs and play games. 

Looking forward to seeing you all!

Home Learning 18/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Home Learning 15/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

 

Follow the link to view today's Maths presentation. 

Home Learning 14/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Home Learning 13/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

 

Follow the link to view today's Maths presentation. 

Home Learning 12/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

 

Follow the link to view today's Maths presentation. 

Home Learning 11/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

 

Follow the link to view today's Maths presentation. 

Home Learning 08/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

 

Follow the link to view today's Maths presentation. 

PE

Copy the actions in this video! Move your body!

Home Learning 07/01/2021

 

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

https://the-cape-primary.primarysite.media/media/phonics 

Phonics

 

follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

Maths

Still image for this video
Learn all about 2d shapes.

Home Learning for 06/01/2021

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

Phonics

 

Please watch the video and practise your phonics sounds.

You can find the video on our Video Resource Centre by following this link:

https://the-cape-primary.primarysite.media/media/phonics 

 

Then follow this link below and complete the assigned task on Reading Eggs. Everybody has been given a log in but you can contact the school if you need help logging in. 

 

 

 

Maths - we are learning all about 2D shapes!

Look at the house Mrs Bibi made! What shapes can you see?

Home Learning for 05/01/2021

Here is the Home Learning for today. Please try a range of activities. 

 

One Snowy Night - A Percy The Park Keeper story read by Nick Butterworth

Please listen to the story, 'One Snowy Night'.
Pause the story throughout and ask some of the following questions:
- What animals visited Percy?
- What was the weather like? What do you know about snow?
- What scared Percy and the animals?
- Describe the (choose different animals).

Activity One

 

Encourage your child to draw a picture of the animals that visited Percy. 

Can they describe the animal?

Can they hear, say and write sounds within the word?

Can they recall parts of the story?

Do they repeat language from the story? 

 

Encourage your child to write their name on their work. You can write it first and they can copy or you could use a highlighter/ felt tip pen to write their name and encourage them to trace it. 

Activity Two

 

Encourage your child to count the different animals and write the number. Ask, "how many (insert animal name here) are there?"

Please encourage careful counting. Encourage your child to touch each picture of the animal and say a number. 

If your child struggles to write the number you can write it first for them to copy. 

 

 

Activity Three

 

Encourage your child to choose a play activity e.g. Lego and play with your child. 

Tips to enhance play:

- follow your child's lead in play,

- get on their level,

- comment on what your child is doing,

- label the colours of objects,

- demonstrate use of imagination. 

Home Learning 14th - 18th December

Here is the Home Learning Timetable for this week.

If you are shielding or self-isolating, there are a range of activities for you to complete each day. 

Home Learning 7th - 11th December

Here is the Home Learning Timetable for this week.

If you are shielding or self-isolating, there are a range of activities for you to complete each day. 

Home Learning 30th November - 4th December

Here is the Home Learning Timetable for this week.

If you are shielding or self-isolating, there are a range of activities for you to complete each day. 

Home Learning 23rd - 27th November

Here is the Home Learning Timetable for this week.

If you are shielding or self-isolating, there are a range of activities for you to complete each day. 

Useful Websites for Home Learning

We have now removed the completed home learning lessons from the website. Here is a great list of websites you can use at home.

 

Logins (your child has their own login for these websites)

Purple Mash - Cape

Education City

Reading Eggs (EYFS – Year 3)

Reading Plus (Years 3-6, site code is rpcapep1)

 

All Subjects:

CrickWeb

Topmarks

BBC Bitesize

 

Phonics:

Phonics Games 1

Phonics Games 2

Phonics Games 3

 

English:

Authors reading books

Book Trust

Oxford Owl

 

Maths:

Maths Frame

DK Find Out - Maths

Maths Zone

Hit the Button

 

Science:

DK Find Out - Science

Wow Science

 

Welcome to Nursery!

The Teachers in Nursery are:

Miss Clarke,

Mrs Bibi and

Mrs Bibi.

Important dates this term:

22nd October Learning Together Day,

23rd October School Closed INSET

2nd November—School open

4th November—School photos

18th December—break up at 1.30pm for Christmas holidays

Trips and Visits: yet to be confirmed due to COVID-19.

 

Our P.E days are:

Friday (after October half term)—Please send your child to    Nursery wearing sports wear and trainers. Please remove any jewellery prior to coming to Nursery.

 

You can help at home by:

reading with your child daily, completing any homework that is set on a Friday, encouraging your child to talk about the marks they make, recognise and write their name, fastening their own coat and dressing themselves for Nursery.

 

In Personal Social and Emotional …

During the first half term, the children will focus on building relationships with the other children and adults in the setting. They will learn about the Nursery  routine and  make choices in what they do. They will learn the rules of the Nursery and be encouraged to follow these rules on a daily basis.

In the second half term they will work together to understand and respect other people’s  beliefs and cultures. They will begin to understand how their actions can affect others.

The children will be encouraged to develop their own confidence and self-awareness through talking about themselves, their interests and strengths.

Look out for an invitation to our Stay and Play sessions, where you can play with your child and speak to the Nursery staff.

 

In Physical Development …

The children will develop their independence skills to manage their own   personal hygiene. We ask that you encourage independence at home, as this will help them during their Nursery sessions. Please encourage your child to use the toilet independently and no longer use nappies.

Gross motor skills will be developed through opportunities to play on the climbing frame, tunnel, bikes, use bats and balls. Please encourage your child to walk to Nursery and no longer use a push chair.

Fine motor skills will be developed through mark making, using scissors, threading beads and handling a range of tools.

 

In Communication & Language …

Through talking about themselves, their families and things they like doing, the children will improve their communication skills and vocabulary.

The children will have opportunities to share books with their friends and adults.  During story time they will have lots of opportunities to listen to a range of stories and respond to them by identifying story language patterns and story sequences.

The children will be exposed to new songs and rhymes during daily sessions, where they will be encouraged to participate and express themselves.

 

In Literacy…

There will be opportunities for the children to create movements in order to develop their co-ordination skills and develop their early writing.

There will be daily opportunities for the children to listen to and learn new stories. There will be a focus around encouraging the children to talk about what they have heard and make marks about their favourite story.

We will begin exploring Phonics by listening to and talking about the sounds we hear in our environment and words.

 

 

 

In Understanding the World…

The children will participate in activities to name parts of the body, to talk about themselves, their family and where they live.

They will be encouraged to talk about changes they can see in the environment such as, the changing seasons and weather.

There will be opportunities to understand stories from different faiths and to explore artefacts relating to these stories. - e.g. Divas for Diwali.

 

In Maths…

Through play and number rhymes children will learn to rote count to 10.  During our adult led sessions we will be learning all about numbers 1-3; exploring what the numerals represent. They will be encouraged to recognise numerals in a range of contexts and environments.

Children will learn to sort items into groups by colour or shape. Opportunities will be provided for the children to match items and measure things by    comparing size and shape, through our focus story, ‘Goldilocks and The Three Bears’.

 

 

 

In Expressive Arts & Design…

The children’s creative skills will be developed through drawing, painting, collage work using different media and printing using   various techniques.—e.g. sponges, hands, prints, etc.

Children will have opportunities to explore and use musical instruments. They will sing nursery rhymes and dance to music.

Role play opportunities will develop the children’s imagination and they will be encouraged to dress up and act out familiar situations and stories.

 

Additional Phonics ideas

Free Play

Ensure your child has time during the day to play with what they are interested in. An adult can still be involved in this and create a wealth of opportunities to develop language and understanding.

Follow the links below to make the most of adult-child interactions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAFcJVJHLCU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJAgWdYM_og

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efeizNuuEo0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_-1O_rBLPU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBmzjPaDc28

Transition to Reception

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrynnrd?xtor=CS8-1000-[Discovery_Cards]-[Multi_Site]-[SL09]-[PS_CBEEBIES~N~~A_PlanningForTransitionWhenSchoolsAreClosed]

 

Use this checklist to help you target skills that would be desirable for your child to be secure in when transitioning to Reception. 

https://content.twinkl.co.uk/resource/fd/58/t-tp-365-my-starting-school-checklist_ver_2.pdf?__token__=exp=1588235913~acl=%2Fresource%2Ffd%2F58%2Ft-tp-365-my-starting-school-checklist_ver_2.pdf%2A~hmac=70c3db778a3cf327258523c790a337c4f515b1e80259ec0360c9c41836d6eda0

 

Follow the link below to access an ebook all about starting school. This will help to explain to your child what will happen and answer questions that they might have.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-c-7609-eyfs-starting-reception-ebook

Remember to keep doing some physical activity at home

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