Early Years Foundation Stage
As part of your child’s remote learning we have put together a list of comprehensive resources which allow your children to work at home on a range of subjects. Alongside regular reading opportunities please scroll the page below to see the resources available.
Some of the links allow the children to work straight on the website and interact with it e.g. playing games. Others provide the children with activities or videos which the children can watch or use as a stimulus for learning.
The links below are aimed at supporting children with understanding what is currently happening. So many children are feeling worried and anxious right now, they could help alleviate some of their fears.
Mixed subjects –
These website offer a range of activity packs OR subject specific areas which you can download to access at home. Some of them have interactive games which you can play online.
Provides a month’s free subscription for outdoor learning opportunities:
Below are some useful documents to help with Maths at home:
Reception Maths booklet Term1
Reception Maths booklet Term 2
Reception Maths booklet Term 3
100 Things to do indoors
This is a link to iplayer which has the Numberblocks episodes for children to enjoy at home.
These websites offer a range of maths questions and activities which you can print off at home OR access and look at on the screen:
Engaging websites linked to phonics and reading. They allow the children to play interactive games online as well as downloading some resources to support learning:
We want children at St Philip’s to continue learning to read and have familiar routines during this difficult time for families. Here are some ideas and daily virtual lessons for children which will support their learning in a familiar way:
Click on the link for Read Write Inc Youtube Channel
Click on the link for Read Write Inc facebook page
Website which has access to free ebooks for the children to read and enjoy:
JS Sports and Education
Please find our free downloadable resource provided by them. This allows children to stay fit and active through exercise – not just thinking about dodgeball!
Get active while at home: