Primary School

Achieving Together

Foundation Stage

Whilst schools are closed there are lots of things which you can do to support your child’s learning. One of the most important things which you can do is to read every day. The children have made lots of progress with their segmenting and blending and are reading a big range of words. We would also love for the children to be doing some writing and mark making every day. Keep working on name writing (both forename and surname).


Here are some other things which you could do:

  • Read a story and talk about the characters
  • Practise phonics as often as you can
  • Practise counting
  • Talking about shapes and finding some in the home
  • Letter and number formation
  • Interact and play games


There are lots of resources which you will find online. Here are some links which will be of use:,584,037,589,000


Here is a list of resources that usually require a subscription:


Twinkl – please sign up to this yourself.

Subscription service used by schools is offering a free premium service for educators, parents and children to use while schools are closed- enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS.


Worksheets, PowerPoints and interactive games to support all areas of learning.


Master the Curriculum

Maths subscription service has made resources free for educators and parents.


Mrs Mactivity

Provide your email address to be sent free activities and resources to support with home learning.


Classroom Secrets

Maths and reading home learning packages for schools and parents to use during school closures. Download directly from the site. Please sign up to this amazing free resource


Join in some dough dancing with Funky Feet Music

Keep those hands ready for writing, working fine motor skills