RW 2019 - 2020

Mrs Williams

Weekly Timetable

29th June 2020 - 3rd July 2020

RW’s Google Classroom Code...

 

 

Guidance and advice for using Google Classroom can be found as an attachment at the bottom of this page.

Alternatively, you can seek instruction on YouTube:

(Click the link below)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfgqtCi7hdo

 

If you’re having any difficulty with Google Classroom, you can send queries via twitter using #WSGoogleClassroomRW as the tag.
 

We will try our best to solve any issues you have with this new platform as and when we can.

In the meantime, please feel free to use the material uploaded to this school webpage.

 


Welcome to RW!

 

                                                         

Home Learning

 

Challenge


Here are some useful websites to help support your child’s learning at home.

 

If you would like to access any Twinkl resources during this time, Twinkl is offering every parent in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge.

Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

BBC Bitesize-  http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

This covers both key stage 1 (KS1) and KS2 (KS2) for a wide range of subjects

Mathletics - https://login.mathletics.com/
The school subscribe to this site and each child has their own log-in details which you have been provided with.

Crickweb - http://www.crickweb.co.uk  

Another good website for a wide range of subjects and general info about education

Websites to support phonics and reading

http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ 

Username: march20

Password: home

www.starfall.com

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds

http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

Websites to support times tables

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

http://www.teachingtables.co.uk/

 

Websites to support maths fluency

http://www.arcademics.com/

 

Purple Mash - https://www.purplemash.com/login/
The school subscribe to this site and each child has their own log-in details which you have been provided with.

Other Useful Sites -

Some other activities you could do are;

Practise your numbers 1-20 - say them in order forwards and backwards, count objects, write them, order them. 
Ask your grown up to make you some simple number sentences 4+3=
    7-3=

Write some words using your phonics sound mat.
Practise reading and writing your tricky words - use You Tube songs to support:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssAUx0

Have a go at writing some simple sentences. Draw a pictre to match your writing. 
Reading lots of books with your adult. Talk about the characters, setting and what happens in the story.

Be Creative - make a cake, jelly or playdough. Paint, draw and colour pictures. 

Explore the great outdoors on your daily exercise - look at your environment - what do you see on your walk?
 

BONJOUR!!

If your children would like to complete some French activities here is a brilliant website where they can practise Stage 1 greetings, colours and numbers amongst other things-https://pln.myvle.co.uk/files/sc3490/sc3490/79/[28794]Home_Learning-_French.pdf 

   A is for Activity – this is the QR code sheet on which the children will have six QR codes they can scan and play games using a phone or tablet

  K is for Knowledge Organiser – now that the audio has been added, the children can now practise the key vocabulary and phonics for their topic and share it with their family at home

 V is for Video – this is a native speaker video that the children can watch, and join in with any activities.

Bon chance!!

Mrs Williams is our Teacher

                                                                                     

                                                                                       

Mrs Wilson and Miss Ince are our Teaching Assistant in RW. 

                                                              

 

Mrs Kneale is our Welfare Assistant in Early Years. 

We look forward to beginning our journey together, a strong partnership between home and school helps your child to flourish.

Our priority at this point is that your child will have a happy start to their school life and enjoy each and every day they spend with us.

 

Life in Reception

We have two Reception classes who work between two classrooms next to each other . We have an excellent group of staff working in the Foundation Stage who together take a team approach.  The team consists of experienced and well qualified teachers and teaching assistants.  One of our Senior Leadership Team has responsibility for leading the Early Years Foundation Stage.  Our Reception and Nursery teams work very closely together. Your child will interact and learn with lots of children and our Reception team of staff during the day.  Our aim is to ensure your child accesses a broad social circle and learns alongside their peers.

 

Our Curriculum

We deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) which is a framework for teaching children from birth to five years old.  The framework consists of four themes.  These are A Unique Child, Enabling Environments, Positive Relationships, and Learning and Development.

Our aim is for our warm and welcoming environment to provide each individual child with the opportunity to play, develop and learn where parents and children feel valued and involved.

We operate a continuous provision model, meaning that your child will become an independent learner and begin to take responsibility for their own learning and development.

Within the Learning and Development theme there are seven areas of learning.  These are:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED)
  • Communication and Language (CAL)
  • Physical Development (PD)
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World (UW)
  • Expressive Arts and Design (EAD)

We teach your child knowledge, skills and understanding through a topic based curriculum to ensure they access a variety of learning experiences, and secure a good foundation for their life-long learning.  The topics we teach through stem from the children’s interests and passions.  We aim to keep you informed of the topics your child is learning through so that you may be involved and support them at home and in school.

Our Spring Topic:

'Once Upon a Time' 

Please click the Spring 2 Topic Newsletter to find out more. 

 

How can I help to support my child at school?

Here are some practical ideas that will help to prepare your child for school that you may wish to make use of.

  • Sharing books, reading with and to your child.
  • Visiting places of interest, talking to your child about them, and encouraging them to ask questions.  Places you may choose to visit: the library, country parks and local nature reserves, museums, on a bus, on a train, on the ferry, etc.
  • Making opportunities to play with friends.
  • Playing with letters and numbers.
  • Singing songs and rhymes including nursery rhymes.
  • Opportunities to be creative including drawing, painting and getting messy.
  • Purple mash- online learning resource

 

We are really enjoying working with your child and family.  Our main priority is to make your child feel safe, secure, confident and happy in the Early Years Foundation Stage at William Stockton.

Dates for your diary:

Wednesday 4th March - Maths 'Stay and Play'

Thursday 5th March - World Book Day - Come dressed as your favourite book character

Friday 6th March - RW Class Assembly

Monday 9th March - British Science Week

Friday 13th March - Sports Relief

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