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Reception Home Activities

Hello all. We really hope you are all well and really miss seeing all of the children. We have put a plan together which includes lots of fun Easter activities that you can do at home. We hope you all have lots of fun and a very Happy Easter.

Mrs Evans, Miss Taylor and Miss Broadhurst

Home Weekly Plan Week 3








Easter Family Fun

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to say a huge well done for making it to the end of term and all of the hard work you have been doing at home. The Den staff are all so proud of you!

We will not be setting formal work for the next two weeks but feel free to choose from any of the family fun activities below:

  • Have an egg hunt around your house or garden.
  • Base some Easter cookies or cakes- see Evie’s photographs for inspiration!
  • Hold an egg race against your family- who is the winner?
  • Watch an Easter film (e.g Hop).
  • Build a Den inside or outside.
  • Have some egg-speriments (egg experiments) how high can you drop an egg without it smashing? What can you find around your house to protect it from damage?
  • Eat chocolate!

As ever, don’t forget to save your photographs to the school blog- we love to see what you are getting up to.

Miss Plimmer, Mrs McLeod, Miss Hammond and Mrs Fullerton

Happy Easter Year 3!

From all of us, we are so proud of you!

Over the last two weeks we have been blown away by your positive and determined attitude towards your learning. From maths and literacy to art, science and geography but most of all your commitment to carrying on with huge happy, smiley faces (which we miss)!

We have loved seeing your blogs, work on purple mash and your emails! They really have made us all smile.

Now it is Easter we would like you to have a well earned rest, (more) fun and some quality time with your families at home. These are some activities you could do at home.

Keep being you, keep smiling, keep in touch and enjoy your holidays.

Best wishes, The Year 3 team.

Happy Easter Year 1!

You have all worked so hard in your first two weeks of home schooling. We have been so impressed with the photos and work that you have shared with us this week, so please scroll back to last week’s post to find the star certificates! ⭐I am sure you can all think of something you are really proud of achieving this week – we would love to see your certificates shared on the blog.

We are now beginning the Easter holidays and we know you all deserve a well-earned break so we won’t be setting you daily Maths and Literacy activities. However, please keep up with practising your spellings and aim to read at least three times a week. Don’t forget you can access lots of free e-books using Oxford Owl (instructions are in reading diaries). 📚             

We know that this break from school is going to be slightly different so we have created a list of fun activities that you can do –  without needing to leave your home! Please also feel free to look back on any of the Literacy and Maths activities (particularly online and PurpleMash games) that you have been set over the past couple of weeks – I am sure the children would enjoy playing some of these games again! Remember, there is no obligation to complete these, we just thought they may be useful to have…and fun for the whole family!

Year 1 Easter Activity Ideas

All of the links to the Easter activity ideas are below:

Easter Bunny Cutting Skills activity

Easter wordsearch

Scavenger Hunts

Easter egg number bond jigsaw

100 Things to do Indoors

Easter egg nest recipe

Fingerprint Minibeasts Craft Instructions

Minibeast Pebbles Craft Instructions

Outdoor Activity Cards

Sketching Tutorials –

We hope you enjoy having a go at some of these activities!

Happy Easter to you all,

Miss McCullagh, Miss Hailey, Mrs Goodwin and Mrs Lee x 😊