Staverton C.E. Primary School
School Lane, Staverton, Trowbridge, Wiltshire,
Here you will find documents containing work for the children to complete whilst being at home. There are separate documents for Reception and Year 1 so please complete the appropriate work. Reception parents, don't forget you can upload work to Tapestry.
Please email completed work to the following class email address:
The email address will be checked during usual school hours and feedback will be given to the work.
If you would like access to the class blog please email the class email for login details. Children have been shown how to get onto the blog, but any queries you have let me know.
Thinking of you all and missing you lots
I hope you all have had a wonderful half term and enjoyed the glorious weather. Again, I would like to say a huge thank you to the grown ups and children, you have all been amazing during this uncertain time and I have been overwhelmed by the lovely messages and quality of work you have all been doing at home. I am so proud of each and every one of you! We are all super excited to see some of you this term and can't wait to have you in the classroom again.
This term will follow a slightly different format due to the children being in school on different days. Below you will find the home and school learning for this term which will be updated weekly. We will also be doing the activities on the home learning documents in school to ensure fairness for those children who will be remaining at home. The learning is set out by subject with activities for each day. If your child is returning to school please make sure you do the activities on the days set so they don't end up repeating them in school or at home!
Do let me know if you have any questions at all and I will be more than happy to help where I can.
Stay safe Bears, and keep smiling
Bears, I hope you have all had a lovely Easter holiday and enjoyed the great weather we have had. I just want to thank all of the grown-ups and children for all the work completed last term during school closure. I was really amazed with both the amount and the quality of learning that was being carried out, so you should all feel incredibly proud of yourselves.
Below, you can find an overview of the topics covered in the weekly home-learning tasks for this term. These will be viewpoints, animals, environment, food and celebrations. You will find all the home-learning documents below. W/C 20.04.20 is 'Week 3' of home-learning.
Please do continue to email the class email address at least once a week with the work the children have been doing along with any questions you may have.
I am continuing to think about and miss you all lots. I hope to see you soon, but in the meantime keep smiling and stay safe.
Miss Butterfield x
Here are a few activities you could do over the Easter Holiday. You don't have to do them and there is no need to email them to teachers. Have a lovely Easter!
Some of you make have seen that the government launched their own website with home learning support for children across all age groups. There are videos delivered by teachers covering Maths, English along with all the foundation subjects. It includes the content in line with the National Curriculum, however will not directly match up to the home learning work we have set so please use it as an addition. To access this content, follow the link below:
Oxford Owl have a selection of ebooks which are free to use. You need to register or log in to read your book. Please note, the eBooks are not optimised for mobile phones and are best viewed on a computer, laptop, or tablet.
There is a quick and simple free test to determine the level in which your child should be reading. Copy and paste the link below into your browser.
At Staverton, we follow White Rose. White Rose have prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group which are updated regularly. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.
If you would like to complete the activities please copy and paste the link below into your browser.