We will be sending out emails each week with activities for the children. Please make sure your email address is up to date with the Office Staff - Many Thanks. 
Suggested Timetable of the Day
9:00-9:30 - Phonics and Spelling practice (Rainbow writing, create alien words and real words with phonemes of post-it notes etc) 
9:30-10:30 - Non Electronics time (Children to choose Art and Crafts or Outdoor activities)
10:30-11:30 - Morning Break time 
11:30 - 12:00 - Maths activities (Websites and interactive links as seen below) 
12:00-1:00 - Lunch Time
1:00-1:30 - PE or Dance activities (Get your body moving with Just Dance, BBC Super Movers, Football in the garden etc)
1:30-2:30 - Topic related activities 
2:30-3:00 - Reading and Story-time
Thrive Online have created some daily activities to support children's wellbeing at this uncertain time.  Open the document below and give them a go! 
Follow the link to find out more about Thrive.
Fun Activities 
Have a go at some of these fun and simple indoor and outdoor activities!
Miss Jones' favourite books:
Joe Wicks (The body coach) -
Try one of these fun PE activities at home.
Term 6 - Avenue Adventure - Home School Learning
Home Learning Emails 


There any amazing websites available for the children to practise and develop their Maths Skills.

The login for 10ticks is in your child's Home School Diary - this will work on a computer, laptop and/or a tablet.

The login for Purple Mash has been sent out in letter form and has been put into the diaries of children who have attended school on Thursday 19th March. have lots of great resources for you to download and print

BBC Bitesize for KS1 has great videos and interactive games they can use. 

Subjects you can explore are: 

  • Addition and subtraction up to 100
  • Multiplication and division (0,1,2,5,10) 
  • Telling the time (o'clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past, 5 minute intervals). 
  • Measurement (capacity, length, weight, money)
  • 2D and 3D shapes
  • Position and Direction
  • Fractions of shape and numbers (1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 3/4 and 2/4 equivalence) 
All the skills and methods the children have been learning for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are attached in a document the document below.

Writing and Reading 

This year we have explored many different styles of writing. These have included:




-Non fiction report writing

-Recounts including news articles and diaries

Please explore these different styles of writing with your children.

Children should continue to read books often and be questioned to help them develop their comprehension of the text. We hope their love of reading continues! 

Phonics Play - Year 1 and 2 will have free access to Phonics Play website ( and use the username: march20   password: home

Year 1 to focus on Phase 3, 4 and 5

Year 2 to focus on Phase 5 and 6


Useful websites:'re-self-isolating-with-kids are offering free E-Books for additional reading options.
Year 2 Accelerated Reader
We have recently unlocked the schools link to Accelerated Reader so that your child is able to read and quiz on books from home. Please use the schools URL to take you through to the site. Here your child can use their usual school username and password to access the quizzes.
If your child would like to quiz on a book they have read from home that is not one of our school scheme, they simply need to type in the book's title into the search bar to see if it has a quiz attached.
Keep reading! 


During Term 5 & 6 we aim to:

  • Create research projects linked to the basic needs of animals and humans (air, water, food and shelter).
  • Identify and body parts and how we use our senses to understand the world we live in . 
  • Understand the terms carnivore, herbivore and omnivore. 
  • Identify, name, describe and compare a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. 
  • Recognise that animals have offspring that grow.
  • Describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. 


This can be shown in many fun and exciting ways! Experiments, outdoor activities, posters, research on a tablet or laptop etc.

Hope you have lots of scientific fun! 


Visit BBC Bitesize for lots of great online resources: