Another Learning Pack is winging its way to you, listen out for the letterbox clanging!
The 'Early Years Learning at Home' page has changed and now mainly includes links and resources to support the Learning Packs. This will be the last Learning Pack before we break up for the summer holiday and it supports the week's project and the prime curriculum areas.
Please continue to visit the website. We will update the photo galleries and you can find links to other learning and access to e-books, as well as revisit previous weeks' learning.
Changes to email contact
With teachers now busy in school teaching and planning, we ask that you email them with one photo of your child's learning per week along with a caption.
However, if you have any queries about the learning, email your child's teacher and they will reply to you when they can.
For any other inquiries, please contact the admin team on
This week we are learning about making changes in our lives. In September you will be moving on to your new class in Year 1.
Talk to your grown- up about what you remember about your time at school this year. Draw and write about them on the sheet provided in your pack.
Nursery Children – Have a sound talk tea party
Adult, pretend a toy is whispering in your ear in ‘sound talk’, for example whisper “What would teddy like to eat?”
The toy speaks into the adult’s ear and the adult repeats ‘ch- ee-se’.
The child blends the sounds and says the word, ‘cheese’.
Foundation Children – Fill in the missing digraph or trigraph in the words in your pack.
This week we are learning about pattern. You will be able to do this indoors and outside.
You will need small coloured objects, e.g. Lego bricks, buttons, painted shells, beads or anything you may be able to find around your home.
Create a pattern using your coloured objects. It must be a regular pattern. You could try one like this:
This week we are getting ready for our transition to our new classes. We hope you are excited and looking forward to meeting your new teacher.
A big well done deserves a treat, and so at the end of the week we hope you will enjoy this filmed performance, made available especially for Stoke Hill Infant and Nursery children.We can all watch Quirk Theatre’s show called ‘Ernie and the Sea of Ice’. Follow Ernie’s adventures and look out for some very funny penguins!