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Foundation Stage (1st Jun)

Please note that the current week's home learning page for Foundation Stage can be found here.

We are very excited to be welcoming some of you back to school. We have missed you so much and can’t wait to see you again.

We will be supplementing and reinforcing the home learning activities each week with activities at school.

If you are coming to school then please note that activities in pink may be done at school this week.

Miss Hunt, Mrs Pattullo and Mrs Clements will be doing our Wake and Shake song everyday. We hope you can join us too at home!

Our key book this week is Supertato


Draw or make your own vegetable superhero.

Write a speech bubble to say what they can do.

 You will need some paper for the speech bubble.

Watch this week’s writing lesson to give you some ideas

Can you write your name like a superhero, keeping your letters on the line?

Click here for the activity sheet

Practice your superhero scissor skills to reach the vegetables

Click here for the activity sheet


Each day practise saying your sounds using either of these resources

Phase 2 and 3 Flashcards


You could also complete a daily phonics lesson online 

  Access them by clicking here.

Click here to practise reading and writing tricky words

Challenge yourself to read 10 words each day.

Reading Words

Can you read a sentence each day?

Reading Sentences


Our book is Supertato. 

Click here to read the story

or listen to Mrs Pattullo reading it

Supertato was a potato. Do you know the rhyme One Potato, Two Potato?

Click here to read it

Try changing the vegetables in the song. Listen to this song and then make up your own

This week’s reading books are on the Oxford Owl Website.

Please contact us if you have difficulties accessing these.

I can hop

Ron Rabbit’s Big Day

Toads in the Road


Our previous weeks' reading books are here.


Complete the daily lessons and activities on White Rose Maths 

Can you fill in the missing numbers to help the superheroes?

Missing numbers to 20

Missing numbers to 100

Here are some more maths ideas to learn about numbers to 20.

Recognising numbers to 20

Home Learning Challenges

"People who help us" challenge

Supertato challenge

 Something different

Supertato lived in the kitchen.

Can you use things in the kitchen to make a band?

Click here for some ideas

Try making some food for you and your family

Can you mash potato?

Can you cook some peas?

Can you chop some fruit and vegetables?

Can you make jelly and trap some fruit in it?

 'Busy Time' Activities

Dress up as Supertato or the evil pea.

Cut out some green circles of card and hide your ‘evil pea’ around your house. Can your family find them?

Make your own trap for evil pea. What will you use?

What do you have in your freezer? Can you make up a story about the foods you find?

Design a Superhero

Make a superhero mask

Previous Weeks' Reading Books

Click here to access all the reading books provided on our website during the school closure period to date.

Ongoing Resources

·         Phonics powerpoints
·         Anytime challenges
·         Beat Boredom grid
·         Playdough recipes 
·         Simple recipes

Useful Websites

We are working at Phase 2 and 3 Letters and Sounds. So if you click on either Phase 2 or Phase 3 on the left hand menu  there are lots of games for you to practise phonics. 

This is currently free and has excellent resources for reading

Search by age group ‘Early Years’ for maths and reading games

Currently free access for 30 days to maths, reading and phonics resources

This is a great site for ideas for ‘no screen’ activities

Lots of ideas to keep active

Has stories, rhymes and activities to try out.

Has lots of games and activities linked to cbeebies shows

BBC iPlayer has lots of excellent programmes on to watch and then talk about including

Stuart Pattullo,
27 May 2020, 13:23
Stuart Pattullo,
27 May 2020, 13:21
Stuart Pattullo,
27 May 2020, 13:21