Mayfield Primary School

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Remote Learning 2020-2021

EYFS

Nursery & Reception

Please find below the links for the weekly timetable and the Oak Academy lessons 

WEEKLY TIMETABLE 25-01-2021

NURSERY HOME LEARNING PROJECT

LETTER TO CHILDREN 


Nursery 

Week Commencing 4th January 2021
English 
Maths 
Monday To recycle the story of The Mouse, Deer and Tiger Ordering objects by size
Tuesday  Join in with telling a recycled story To compare and explore capacity
Wednesday Step a recycled story and elevate the language Compare and explore weight
Thursday   Tell the story chorally and independently
Compare and explore length
Friday   To create a new story To consolidate learning on measure

 

Week Commencing 11th January 2021
English 
Maths 
topic
Monday Join in with the story of Bat Learns to Dance Describing and sorting 3D shapes To understand why we celebrate
Tuesday Sing and map the story Bat Learns to Dance Exploring 3D shapes Birthday cake
Wednesday Step out the story of Bat Learns To Dance Using mathematical language to describe position Birthday card
Thursday Mime the story of Bat Learns to Dance Using mathematical language to describe position more accurately Listen to a story about friends
Friday  Tell the story independently Consolidating learning on 3D shapes To understand how I can be kind to my friends

 

Week Commencing 18th January 2021
English 
Maths 
topic
Monday Recycle to Story of Bat Learns to Dance to make a new story Exploring the concept of zero To understand the differences between hot and cold
Tuesday Join in retelling a new story based on Bat Learns to Dance Combining two groups To understand how humans, react differently to hot and cold
Wednesday Join in with a song and dance for the new story Beetle Learns to Eat Combining two groups including zero To name things that you can see outside in the winter
Thursday Mime the new story Beetle Learns to Eat Exploring subtraction by partitioning To explain what changes, happen in Spring
Friday  Independently tell your new story Practising addition and subtraction To create a Spring collage

 

Week Commencing 25th January 2021
English 
Maths
topic
Monday Listen to the story of The King and the Moon Exploring and discussing time and the seasons To name and describe different feelings
Tuesday Map the story of The King and the Moon Days of the week and daily events To act out different feelings
Wednesday To step the story of The King and the Moon Sequence Daily Events To represent different feelings
Thursday Act out the story of The King and the Moon Use ordinal numbers when sequencing events and measure short periods of time To identify what makes me unique
Friday  Tell the story of The King and the Moon chorally and independently Consolidate learning on calendar and time To identify key features of my appearance

 

reception

Week Commencing 4th january 2021
English 
Maths
Monday

To listen and join in with the story of Goldilocks

To count on when adding
Tuesday 

To map and speak the story of Goldilocks

To add 2 numbers and use a number track to count on
Wednesday To step and speak the story of Goldilocks To understand subtraction as taking away-part 1
Thursday 

To sing the story with a focus on the setting

To understand subtraction as taking away-part 2
Friday To draw and label the settings in the story Adding and taking away using a number track

 

 

Week Commencing 11th January 2021
English 
Maths
topic
Monday To write sentences describing the settings in the story of Goldilocks The seasons

To understand that humans grow and change over time

Tuesday To recycle and box up the story Days of the week

To understand what humans need to grow

Wednesday To write the opening to a recycled story To use everyday language to talk about and sequence daily events

To sequence the life cycle of a human

Thursday To write the middle of a recycled story To use ordinal language when sequencing events

To understand how humans react differently to hot and cold

Friday To write the ending of a recycled story To recap our learning about time

To name things that you can see outside in winter

 

 

Week Commencing 18th January 2021
English 
Maths
topic
Monday To listen and join in with a recount Counting to 15 and putting them in order - part 1 To understand what it means to have a job
Tuesday To map and speak a recount Counting to 15 and putting them in order - part 2 To explain what a doctor does
Wednesday To step and speak a recount Counting to 15 and putting them in order - part 3 To identify where doctors and nurses work
Thursday To explore a recount through song Knowing 1 more than a number within 15 To understand what a police officer does
Friday To use role play to deepen understanding of a recount Knowing 1 less than a number within 15 To identify the key parts of a police officer's uniform

 

 

Week Commencing 25th January 2021
English 
Maths
topic
Monday To role play a recycled recount Applying what we know of 1 more and 1 less - part 1

To know the names of baby animals

Tuesday To sing a recycled recount Applying what we know of 1 more and 1 less - part 2

To know what farm animal babies need to grow

Wednesday To write a recycled recount - part 1 Using guess and check for problem solving

To sequence the life cycle of an animal

Thursday To write a recycled recount - part 2 Ordering and exploring numbers within 15

To understand what floating and sinking is

Friday  To write a recycled recount - part 3 Consolidating our learning of numbers within 15

Floating and sinking experiment