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Remote Learning for Nursery class November 2020

Mrs Spialek and I have been so impressed with you all and how well you are coping at home. Thank you to all of you that have sent us pictures of your fantastic learning. These are really brightening up our day. Mrs Grainger-Roystone has been looking at all of the work you have been doing and would like to say a great big well done for all your super home learning from last week and also a big thank you to all your parents for their support. Keep up the wonderful work Nursery.

Please look at this page each morning for our daily learning activities. I have put the timetable for the week, which we would be following in school. We will keep in touch by phone calls and emails. If you need any immediate support then please phone the school office. Check the school website for updates and recent news.


Please email me pictures of the work your child has been doing at home. It will be lovely to see daily updates and news on how you are all getting along with the home learning activities. My email is


I will be emailing out usernames and passwords for Charanga and Bug Club so that you can continue to use these at home. Use your learning breaks how you want however I will be putting on a daily idea of something you could do to keep active.


Look after yourselves and stay safe x

Whilst you are are at home, you do not always have to work on something that is Maths, Literacy or Phonics based. You could work on something that will help you later in life and give you the best start when you go to 'Big School'.


Look at the list below and see what you need to work on

  • Can you put on a coat by yourself?
  • Can you do up the zip on your coat?
  • Can you go to the toilet by yourself?
  • Can you hold a pencil with 3 fingers?
  • Can you use scissors correctly?
  • Can you put on your own shoes and socks?
  • Can you get dressed by yourself?
  • Can you talk in a full sentence?
  • Can you have a back and forth conversation with someone in your family?
  • Can you use a knife, fork and spoon correctly?