The way babies, toddlers and children learn and develop changes as they get older. It is important to remember that for children aged 3 to 5, the most important types of learning are communication skills, social and emotional skills and physical skills. This means that so much learning takes through play and real-life activities, and more formal academic activities should be very brief at first, with children gradually concentrating for longer as they get older. See the document below to support learning in the home:

EYFS Home Learning 2020

Weekly Home Learning Plans

Week 3 (20.4.20)
Week 4 (27.4.20)
Week 5 (4.5.20)
Week 6 (11.5.20)
Week 7 (18/05/20)

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Week 8 (1.6.20)

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Week 9 (8.6.20)

Phonics with Miss O’Callaghan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8YnWylwADg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVc6zvUXQ6w&feature=youtu.be

Phonics – Daily letters and sounds lessons at 10am

Daily maths lessons with video tutorial and resources

First News – Below is a link to a children’s newspaper that we use in school. You could use this to read with your child and have discussions regarding what is going on in our world at the moment

First News 17th April

First News Paper 24th April 

First News 1.5.20

First news 15.5.20

Covid Time Capsule – Help children to make sense of what is happening at the moment.

2020 Covid-19 time capsule sheets

Here is a link to the parent curriculum map section on our website. This shows you what your child will learn over the year:

Parent Curriculum Maps