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Year R (EYFS)

If you would like any of the home working tasks printed out, please contact the school office by email.


Dear parents and carers


The Key Learning Tasks uploaded this week (13th July) are the last ones before the end of term.  Summer learning packs will be available shortly and all the resources uploaded during the lockdown will remain on the website.   If you require a paper copy of the Summer pack, please send an email to


Email to contact Mrs Medley, Mrs Hannah,
Mrs McDonald and Mrs Mason directly:

Please send us photos or videos of what you've been up to, ask us any questions or just say hello!



We're looking forward to seeing you at our last  'zoom meeting' this coming Wednesday (15th July) where you will meet your teacher for next year. You should receive an invitation to your meeting with all the details via Parent Mail, but please email us if not: 

Reading, Writing and Maths activities can be found in the " Week Beginning 13th July" section found below, now accompanied with Phonics planning and Topic ideas to further support those learning from home in following the EYFS Curriculum.

Please keep sending us photographs and videos of what you’ve been up to on Evidence.Me and over email - we really love to see these so thank you. We can’t reply over Evidence.Me so if you’d like a reply, please email:
Take care!

The EYFS Team

As we are using technology more now than before, remember to use our online safety pack:

Summer Term

Remember play is a vital part of your child's learning and development - at school most of our day is play-based with some short focus sessions on reading, writing and maths. To continue to support your child’s academic skills, we recommend:

  • a phonics activity and reading with your child every day
  • a couple of literacy and maths activities each week
  • If you can do some fine motor play too - that would be a huge benefit to your child.

There are some suggestions below to help you focus.