Young Explorers

Home Learning
Dear Parents,
Hope you all had a lovely half-term.
We are pleased to upload our new planning for the Summer Term Week 6 (01.06.20) based upon the story 'Superworm'.
Please concentrate upon the tasks that are highlighted in green - daily RWI phonics, WhiteRose Maths, a writing activity, PE/exercise and one piece of topic work about Healthy Foods.  If you have any questions please email us at
If your child finds aspects of the planning particularly difficult, especially in English (phonics, reading and writing) or maths please contact Mrs Calvert via the class email address. As always work through the planning in a way that best suits your child and your family circumstances.
This is the last week under the current format for Home Learning. After this we will be giving you DAILY tasks to complete so that the learning in school can be matched at home. 
Thank you to all of you who have already sent in your red portraits for the school rainbow gallery. We are not all there yet so please have a go. It is not too late! It is also not too late to do the writing task set in Week 4.
Mrs Calvert and Mrs Coupe xxx
NB: Please keep your child safe online. There is a link to 'Childline' and an Internet Safety Poster to share with your child.
 Emotional Support during the Coronavirus
This website has a host of free resources to support you emotionally during the virus. We suggest you look particularly at:
1. We are at home right now
2. Our school is closing for a while
3. Social Contact
See links below...
Young Explorers' Home Learning Gallery
Have you completed something you would like
us all to see?
Just send it to our class Young Explorers' email address and it will be uploaded here.
Whole School Song
The lyrics of this song, which you probably remember, are perfect as our whole school song. 
Click on the link below to listen to it and sing along at home.
We can't wait to sing it all together when we are reunited again.
Please use the following link to access guidance to your child's learning and development in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Below is an interesting video that demonstrates our 'learning through play' approach.
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