Pre-School

Home Learning

Preschool – Home Learning

Our class pages have been adapted to support you as much as possible at this time. The content for English and Maths will be updated daily and the grid below will be updated weekly with lessons to support the children with what they would be learning if they were in school.

It’s good to be me! Summer topic newsletter – Pre-school

Children will be engaged in at Pre-School. We have included ideas linked to familiar times of the day for the children. Welcome Time is always in the morning and during this time we talk about the day of the week, date, month and year. We also check the weather! The children learn songs and begin to count using different objects (and each other!) The children will also engage in Squiggle Time to support gross and fine motor skills. At home, activities you can do to support these skills would be very helpful e.g. cutting, threading, mark making using crayons, chalks, paints. Story Time will also be familiar for the children, so try to do these daily. Each week we have a story we enjoy every day. At home, your child might have a favourite story which you can enjoy every day. Each day you can talk about different aspects of the book e.g. the pictures, the characters, the front cover and title. If you have the same story we are reading in Pre-School then please could you read that story every day. One of the most important skills to be supporting at home is communication. Allowing your child to talk, build their vocabulary, encouraging listening skills and ensuring they follow simple instructions is something that we do all day with the children!

All the ideas and activities will ensure the children are still developing key areas of the curriculum as well as giving them a sense of a typical Pre-School day

We are really keen to keep the communication between home and school as open as it can be. If your child does anything that they are really proud of please email it to their year group email e.g. yearR@kingsleighprimary.co.uk and we will share work on the blog in the usual way.

Thank you for your continued support as we strive to do the best that we can to support our children and community through this unprecedented time.

 

Meet The Staff

Mrs Cartwright

Mrs Cartwright

Foundation Phase Leader

Miss Noles

Miss Noles

Teaching Assistant

Miss Randall

Miss Randall

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Frankland

Mrs Frankland

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Spencer-Frost

Mrs Spencer-Frost

Nursery Nurse

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