Home Learning Term 6 – Week 5 & 6
The Government have created some Online education resources for home learning that some parents might find helpful
The BBC have put together lots of videos and online lessons that you may find helpful –
Home Learning Term 6 – Week 3 & 4
As you may be aware, Wootton Bassett Infant School now also have access to Scholastic Reading Pro which has a large selection of fiction and non-fiction books. Each children has books assigned to their account that relate to their current topic. You can access our Scholastic Reading Pro site here:
Each child has their own account. The username is the first 3 letters of your first name and the first 2 letters of your surname with the year group at the end.
For example Adam Smith in Y1 would be AdaSm1
If you have trouble logging in, please contact Mrs Bowditch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is also a guide for Parents in each year groups home learning folder.
Well done to all those children who have been accessing the books and writing reviews. We look forward to seeing more children logging on and reading the books.
We wanted to check that you are all doing ok during your time away from school. There is a different activity for each day of June, you could pick one each day or choose any you fancy. How about designing a new emoji, or drawing a big star and writing all of the things you are amazing at inside? Click here and choose something that will make you smile 😊
We have put together some maths resources that you may find helpful – Please click here
Home Learning Term 6 – Week 1 & 2
VE Day Celebrations – Friday 8th May
We had lots of fun and activities planned for this week to celebrate VE Day. Instead, we have put together some things for you to do at home – we hope you enjoy them!
Home Learning Term 5
We hope you all had a lovely Easter and are coping with the continued restrictions we find ourselves in.
We were hoping to be starting back to school today for Term 5 but unfortunately it is not to be. With the beginning of a new term, the teachers would like to introduce new topics for the children which they could start at home and carry on with when we do finally get back into the classroom.
As a result, you can follow the links on the website which will give you a selection of activities based on a theme. These are not designed to be completed in a week but are more of a project that the children can work on over the next few weeks. We would love to see examples of their work as they complete it. Thank you if you have already shared your children’s activities and work- we have all loved receiving it.
We have registered for a maths scheme to assist the children with their home learning Wootton Bassett – Doodle Class code letter for parents
In addition, there are a number of websites that are offering home-schooling lessons and activities and we have added the links below if you would like to use them.
Don’t hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher (via email) if you have any questions or require any help.
We really look forward to seeing you all again soon,
All the staff at WBIS
Reception (EYFS) Home Learning CLICK HERE
Year 1 Home Learning CLICK HERE
Year 2 Home Learning CLICK HERE
Easter Holiday Activities
Home Learning Week Commencing 30/03/2020
Home Learning Week Commencing 23/03/2020
Their current topic is ‘Dinosaurs’ so any activities surrounding this would be helpful to the children’s learning.
- Putting their spellings into simple sentences.
- Writing the alphabet (also in capital letters)
- Finding out all about dinosaurs and where they lived.
Reception home learning activities CLICK HERE
Their current topic is ‘Once Upon a Time/ Castles’ so any activities surrounding this would be helpful to the children’s learning.
- Putting their spellings into sentences using ‘and’ or ‘because’
- Practise phonic sounds for phase 5.
- Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.
- Write stories which take place in castles, perhaps featuring knights, princesses or dragons!
- Create a Fact File about Castles
Year 1 home learning activities CLICK HERE
Their current topic is ‘Roald Dahl’ so any activities surrounding this would be helpful to the children’s learning. https://www.roalddahl.com/museum
- Putting their spellings into sentences using ‘when’, ‘but’ ‘so’ or ‘because’.
- Learning the 2s, 5s, 10s times tables and the associated division facts.
- Write a book review about their favourite Roald Dahl story.
- Write a new chapter for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory featuring their own made up character.
- Though the children will no longer be taking their SATs, working through past papers is a great way to keep their brains working! Past KS1 Assessment papers can be found here PAST PAPERS
Year 2 home learning activities CLICK HERE
At school we get the children outside as much as possible and we would encourage you to do the same. You can find some great ideas for Outdoor Activities
And don’t forget you can practise riding your bike, skipping, going for a walk or just running around in the fresh air. Muddy Puddles also has some great ideas.
There are now many celebrities and fitness instructors including Joe Wicks and the Strictly Dancers that are producing online workouts – try searching on YouTube and get moving!
It would also be a great opportunity for the children to start a new hobby- examples could include knitting, sewing, making dens, looking at flags of the World, Kings and Queens, playing and inventing new board games etc. In addition, it would be great for the children to engage in some sort of physical activity such as making up their own dance or obstacle courses.