SCHOOL CLOSURE HOME LEARNING INFORMATION
Staff will upload home learning information and activities here at least once per week (click on the appropriate week below). This will be to supplement the home learning packs that were sent home at the beginning of the closure. We have also added some of our favourite websites at the bottom. Don't forget that there are useful weblinks on the main 'Class Pages' on the website, plus each child should be able to access Bug Club for reading books too.
We would like to remind everyone that you do not need to do every task that has been suggested. What matters most to every member of staff at St Thomas More’s is that your children are okay and that they are happy and feel safe. So please, pick as few or as many of the activities set as you want, but just as importantly, play, talk, sing, pray, dance, make and create.
Websites to support Home Learning
We strive to make the learning environment as exciting as possible and to offer the children rich experiences which engage them and ignite their curiosity to learn!
The children participate in play-based, hands on activities which are carefully planned to develop their skills and which are influenced by their current interests. Children lead their learning in partnership with skilful adults who support them.
Meet the Team for 2019-2020
Mrs Pinnington (EYFS Leader)
Mrs Silk (EYFS Teacher)
Mrs Hackett (EYFS Teacher)
Mrs Stock (EYFS Teacher)
Mrs Sparks (EYFS HLTA)
Mrs Barnden (EYFS Support Assistant)
Miss Collins (EYFS Support Assistant)
Mrs Bradshaw (EYFS Support Assistant)
‘Achievement is excellent in the Early Years Foundation Stage. This is because the development of reading, writing and speaking and listening is so effectively addressed, particularly through carefully structured and purposeful play.’ OFSTED