Language Resource Home Learning

Here are some ideas for you to complete with your child:

BBC Supermovers is a good way to learn and exercise at the same time. 

Top Marks is another good website to support learning including counting and place value, the children particularly enjoy Hit The Button. It's good for practising number bonds and times tables.‚Äč  There are lots of English games too.

Twinkl (a school activities website) There are lots of activities for you to access including speech and language games. 

Phonics Play is currently free for a period of time.

Number Blocks: Have a look at the videos at the bottom of the page.

Time table Rockstars

Playing board games will support many areas of learning including turn taking and listening skills

A message from ReadWrite Inc: 

RWI Phonics lessons at home from Monday 23rd March We’re scheduling free Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons on Facebook and YouTube for children to watch at home; three short Speed Sound lessons with one of our trainers every day for the next two weeks. Films will only be available at the times below:

Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm

Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm

Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm

Note: films are streamed live and won’t be available at other times.

Joe Wicks - Daily Workout for Kids: 9:00am Monday 23rd March onwards

Hello LR1! It is Miss Abbott here, I hope you are all happy and well. I will be looking after your home learning until the end of the Summer Term. I will be talking to Mrs Rudge about all of the activities I am planning for you and Mrs Rudge has told me about the activities you have completed this far…

Week Beginning 13th July.

Hello LR1! It is Miss Abbott here, I hope you are all happy and well. We are in our last week of home learning before the Summer holidays. This week we are going to be thinking about the changes coming up. Lots of St Philip’s children have been working from home, some have been in school a bit and some have been in school a lot!

With all of these different things happening, I wanted you to have some time to think about September – when all of the children are back in school, all of the time.

 PSHE – Talking time

-Read the eBook (or the PDF- link below the eBook) with a member of your family.

-Talk to your household about how you are feeling about going back to school in September.

PSHE – Reflecting on your school year

-Use the worksheet ‘School year memory write up’, talk to your household about your memories of this year in school

-This school year has also included time learning at home. Use the worksheet ‘What I did during lockdown’ to think about your achievements and activities in this time.

 English- PSHE and Transition:

I know your teachers are really looking forward to having you all back together in September! Coming back to school together will be a change for all of us…

-Use the ‘Five exciting things and worries about starting back at school’ to explore your feelings about these changes.

 September will be an exciting time to try new things and work to achieve our best!

-Use the ‘Up, up and away’ balloon sheet to write down 5 things to want to do next year.

PE and Wellbeing:

-Have a go at some relaxing yoga

-Or if you prefer something more fast paced …


Continue to use the speech packs Mrs Rudge sent home with you to keep up to date with your speech work.

Other useful sites for games and learning activities:

· for additional online maths games

· for printable activities and teaching resources

· for online books and curriculum linked activities


·  OR for curriculum linked games.

Also have a look at the EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 Home Learning pages on our school website for further ideas!

Enjoy your week!