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Learning From Home

Dear parents/carers,


Here are some ideas with how to set up learning from home:


1) Don't try to replicate school at home; you have other things to do!

2) Make a timetable with your child, and give them ownership over it (see below for an example timetable). Personalise it to your child and your circumstances

3) Choose 2 or 3 activities (1 Maths or English and one Topic) from the plans below per day.

4) Alongside this, make the most of real-world learning e.g. baking, gardening, telling the time etc.

5) Start with a small chunk of learning each day to get used to your routine.  More can then be added as you become used to your routine.



Before 9:00

Help out at home

Make your breakfast, make your own bed.


9:00 – 10:00

Morning fresh air

Play in the garden or exercise indoors

Joe Wicks or Mr Boynton!


Learning time

(Pick 1 or 2 activities  from teacher’s suggestions below)

11:00 -12:00

Creative time

Lego, construction, arts and crafts, drawing, cook and bake




Help out at home

Help to clean down the kitchen, load the dishwasher. Load the laundry.

1:00 – 1:30

Quiet time

Reading, TV, computers, puzzles

1:30 – 2:30

Learning time

 (Pick 1 or 2 activities  from teacher’s suggestions below)


Afternoon fresh air

Bikes, walk the dogs, play outside


Help out at home

Help make the dinner!

Supporting your child with phonics and reading  

Please use this link to find valuable games to support your child with continuing their phonics learning.


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Supporting your child with their joined up cursive handwriting