Home Learning – Week 1 Summer Term

Good Morning! I hope you had a fantastic Easter break and didn’t eat too much chocolate!

Thankyou to everyone who uploaded onto Early Essence over the holidays. I saw some lovely activities and learning!

I would love it if everyone could put at least one post on Early Essence each week so that we can keep in touch. I am looking at every piece of work that is uploaded and leaving comments on many so please do comment back. If anyone needs support in logging on do get in touch!

Another exciting thing that happened in the holidays is that our big boys and girls have been told where they will be going to full time school! How exciting!! Most children will be staying with us at WCPS, your new teachers can’t wait to continue your learning journey with you in September! (hopefully I will see you again before that!!) You will receive more information about what will happen for transition to F2 soon.

Here are the Learning Challenges for today


Are your adult’s food cupboards full? Can you sort the items in them into a heavy and light group? Can you order them from heaviest to lightest?



Listen to the story below by following the link:


What would your beast look like if you had one as a pet? Can you draw it and share it on Early Essence?



Rhyme Time House Hunt!

Can you find any objects in your house that rhyme? The video below might help you


I look forward to seeing your learning on Early Essence 🙂

Mrs Evans



Ella has enjoyed doing some shapes and we have listen to the rhyme sing which we all joined in at home ?


Ella has been learning her colours


Ella has been learning to write her numbers 1-10


Ella has been learning to write her full name

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Mrs Evans

EYFS Leader & Assistant Headteacher

Hi I’m Mrs Evans. This is my sixth year working in foundation stage and I love it! When I’m not at school I spend my time with my two daughters. We like to go to the caravan at the weekends especially when it’s raining so that we can get cosy and play lots of board games!

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