Home Learning Activities

All documents to support your child’s learning at home is on our school’s website: https://www.fieldlaneprimary.org.uk/main-menu/parent-carer-information/index.1.html Please follow the link to take you to the parent/carer information section of the website. Here you can select their class and access useful websites as well as maths, English and topic activities that the teachers have planned for each […]

Daily phonics sessions

Ruth Miskin training. Read Write Inc sessions will be available from Monday 23rd March on facebook. https://www.facebook.com/miskin.education/ Set 1 speed sounds at 9.30am and again at 12.30pm Set 2 speed sounds at 10.00am and again at 1.00pm Set 3 speed sounds at 10.30am and again at 1.30pm Note: films are streamed live and won’t be […]

Rainbow activity

Spread some joy and positivity in your neighbourhood! If you’re wondering what you can do to make a give a little joy to others, make a rainbow and put it up in your window for people to see as they pass by your house. You can use anything to make your rainbow! Paint, cereal, paper, […]

Read Write Inc Set 1

I have attached two documents to support your child with their phonics while at home. The mat with the letters and images on shows how the letters should be written. The sheet with each sound and accompanying rhyme explains how we write each letter and will support your child if they for get. It is […]

Length and Height

Today in Maths we measured how far we could jump and how high we could jump. Our longest standing jump was 145cm and our highest jumper was 171cm!

DT levers

This week, we spent time planning, designing and making a DT project to show that we can make levers. Children picked a mini-beast and re-created their habitat.

Spring Half Term Plans

I have attached both Nursery and Reception’s Jigsaw plans for this half term with some of the objectives we are working towards. I have also attached Reception’s current homework grid for our Animals topic.

Preparing with Joe Wicks online for keeping fit when schools close..

Guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services say that children and adolescents age 6 and older need at least an hour a day of physical activity.


As part of our Science topic on ‘Sound’ we experimented with instruments – making high and low pitched sounds. We had great fun playing the guitar and other instruments.

Due to our class trip being cancelled we created our own fairy tale characters !

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