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Welcome to our Home Learning Page! 

 

Our Home Learning Page is designed to provide learning activities for you to do with your child during periods of school closure.  A reminder that new work will be uploaded each morning by 9:00am (Monday to Friday during normal term times).  Teachers and Teaching Assistants are available for online support between 9:00am and 12:00 noon to be able to answer queries and provide learning support to parents.  The following email addresses have been created for you to contact your teacher: 

 

Nursery                                 nursery@williamlilley.notts.sch.uk

 

Reception                              reception@williamlilley.notts.sch.uk

 

Keystage1                              keystage1@williamlilley.notts.sch.uk

(years 1 & 2)

 

 

 

Suggested Timetable for Home Learning

8-9

Breakfast, get washed and dressed

9-10

Some academic time – activities from your class pages on the William Lilley Website (home – children – home learning)

This doesn’t have to be the whole hour, take regular breaks and make the learning play based wherever possible.

10-11

Outdoor time – in the garden, take a walk, go out on your bike or scooter

11-12

Some academic time – activities from your class pages on the William Lilley Website (home – children – class pages)

This doesn’t have to be the whole hour, take regular breaks and make the learning play based wherever possible.

12-1

Make and eat lunch

1-3

Activities from the mindfulness and wellbeing suggestions on the home learning page of the William Lilley website (home – children – home learning)

3-4

Outdoor time - in the garden, take a walk, go out on your bike or scooter

4-5

Chill out time – reading, listening to music, peer massage and yoga

5-6

Make and eat dinner

6-7.30

Free time – TV, tablet, games console

7.30 onwards

Bedtime routine including reading/ storytime

 

 

Mindfulness and Wellbeing Activities you might like to do!

Can you find things that are different shapes in your house? Can you name those shapes? Can you draw around them to make a BIG picture like a rocket? A tree? An animal?

Collect stones from the garden and paint them

Go on a nature hunt (National Trust have free parking at the moment)

Collect leaves and flowers to make a picture

Climb trees!

Make a fairy garden

Plant seeds to grow flowers and vegetables

Cook and bake. Could you make a healthy lunch or a sweet treat?

Create a reading den then snuggle under a blanket to enjoy a book

Can you learn a new skill by watching tutorials on the internet? Drawing a portrait, juggling, knitting

Use a nearly empty washing up bottle, add some water to create your own bubble machine

Try some yoga as a family, use a video from the internet or ask the children to show you some peer massage moves from school

Write a family story, with each person adding the next sentence to the page

Make and use playdough or if you dare…cornflour slime!

Play a board game or make your own to play

Make up a dance to your favourite song

Could you act out your favourite story?

Make a model by raiding your recycling collection

Go star spotting at night

 

  • Make a special card for someone
  • Tell someone why they are special
  • Keep active, even if you are indoors!
  • Cook your favourite food together
  • Make a new project with someone else
  • Share your smile
  • Be creative… share your art!
  • Have a technology free day
  • Create a playlist of your favourite songs
  • Write a letter to a friend or family member
  • Make a plan of how to keep in contact
  • Play a game together
  • Stop and watch the clouds, talk about what shapes you see
  • Make a special gift for someone who may be feeling lonely
  • Thank three people you are grateful to and tell them why
  • Learn a new skill…knitting, riding your bike
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