Home Learning

Here you will find downloads, links and other useful information to help our children outside school and keep you up to date with the ways your children are learning in school.

Documents

Homework – Our Beliefs – a copy of the homework statement from the front of KS1 Home/School Diaries

Reading at Home – information about reading at home, from the front of KS1 Home/School Diaries

Spellings – information about weekly spelling test, and how you can support at home. Taken from the front of KS1 Home/School Diaries

100 High Frequency Words – the 100 High Frequency ‘decodable’ and ‘tricky’ words that children should be able to read and write by the end of Year One

Key Words for KS1 – list of words children should be able to read and spell by the end of Year Two

Next 200 Common Words – list of 200 common words children should be able to read and spell by the end of Year Two

Handwriting – shows correct formation of letters of the alphabet. It is important that children can correctly form all letters by the time they start Year One

Maths Calculation Booklet – written by schools in the Wales Learning Community, this guide sets out the key maths skills taught in Year 1 and Year 2, and the methods used to teach them in school

 

Useful Information

Click here to view the presentation from the Year Two Parent’s Meeting, 26th September 2013

Click here to view the presentation from the Key Stage One Reading at Home Meeting, 3rd October 2013. Download a copy of the resource pack: Phase 2 Sound Mat,Phase 3 Sound Mat, Phase 5 Sound Mat, Reading At Home Booklet, Reading Skills

 

Websites

Phonics Play – free phonics games for each Phase

BBC Bitesize for KS1 – fun activities to help children in KS1 learn more about Literacy, Maths and Science

Kent Trust Web – games, activities and resources for Literacy, Maths, Science and the Foundation Subjects

BugClub – reading at home. Children’s usernames and passwords are stuck in their Home School Diaries

Percy Parker – help your child learn their times tables through song

National Children’s Bureau, Early Support – a website with links to resources and documetns you may find useful