Hello Year R. If you're stuck at home waiting for a test or results we've got some ideas to help you with your learning. We're looking forward to welcoming you back and having a look at what you've been up to at home.
We are so excited that we can continue our learning here together. Check back on this page every day to see our timetable and the fun learning choices that we have planned for you to complete at home.
Don't forget to be a metacognitive learner - we are Ready, Responsible and Respectful and we show Resilience, Resourcefulness, Reflectiveness and Reciprocity in what we do. Sometimes things might get tricky but we keep trying and never give up. You can do it!
When you have completed a challenge, if possible, please upload it to Tapestry so that we can see the super learning that you have been doing. We will comment, feedback and reply to the best of our ability. Don't be afraid to do the same challenge more than once - review your learning from the first time and see if you can do it even better, or with more independence, the second time.
We are all in this together.
Stay safe, we will miss you all so very much and we can't wait to see you all again really soon.
Miss Golding, Miss Marchant, Mrs Cunningham and Ms Woolford.
At Sussex Road, we are huge advocates of learning through play; allowing children the opportunity for hands-on, exploratory learning experiences.
During this challenging time, we understand that some families are attempting the remote learning set with children of a variety of ages.
So... we have listened to your feedback and in this section we have downloaded some Activity Sheets (all downloadable with a free login from www.twinkl.co.uk) that you can use to support your child when learning at home.
These Activity Sheets are NOT work set by your Class Teacher. We have downloaded these as suggestions of suitable learning for time fillers ONLY IF you need it.
We would much rather your child learn in an active way, through play, but we understand that this can be tricky with more than one child. Please note that if you choose to use these Activity Sheets, your child will need support with how to use them as they will not have been exposed to these before at school.
We hope that these are useful to those that need it.