Enrichment Activities

There are 5 enrichment activities to be completed over the next week.

The enrichment activities develop skills, independence and encourage children to learn by doing.

Please ensure that you are adhering to the government guidelines. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing.

1.With adult help, make frozen yoghurt bites – https://realfood.tesco.com/recipes/fruity-frozen-yogurt-bites.html

2. Create your own race track using cereal boxes, paper and pens

3. Make edible sand

4. Have a go at some jigsaws – https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/curations/cbeebies-jigsaw-puzzles

5. 30 Days Wild – Feel the wild between your toes – squelch your toes in grass, sand or mud

1.6 w/c Learning Opportunities

Hello Fireflies,

Hope you had a lovely half term and are enjoying the gorgeous weather. Next week, our book of the week is Mabel’s Magical Garden.

Please listen to Mrs Adam’s reading the story on Tapestry. Please find attached a range of activities for you to try. Remember to share what you have been doing on Tapestry.

Learning Opportunities


Florists tags

Florist Role Play Order Forms

Florist Role Play Shopping List


Half Term Enrichment Projects

Below are links to a variety of resources that your children can access over the half term break.

Eden Project – Eden at home has lots of outdoor learning resources to do at home – https://www.edenproject.com/learn/for-everyone

Chef Jamie Oliver is hosting a nightly cooking show on Channel 4 to help families plan their meals “in these unique times”. https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/category/books/keep-cooking-and-carry-on/

Blockly is a fun and free way to learn computer programming. https://blockly.games/

Little Inventors is a creative education organisation that inspires imagination by taking children’s amazing ideas seriously.  https://www.littleinventors.org/

Joe Wick’s PE workout – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Scouts – The Great Indoors –https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/

Pobble – Non Screen Activities you can do at home

Please see a list of optional ideas for projects and enrichment activities for half term.

Design your own garden – https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/virtual-chelsea

30 Days Wild – 30 Days Wild starts in June but there is no reason why you cannot start early! This is The Wildlife Trusts annual nature challenge. Do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet.  https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1

Attached are some of the activities from 30 Days Wild:

30 Days Wild Bingo

Window Poster colour-in

Learn to sing a new song each day – https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch

Have a teddy bears picnic in your house or garden –


We would like to see the work that you are doing at home so please email your child’s Phase Leader so that images can be shared on the blog or share them on Tapestry.

Message from Mrs Farrant

Dear Fireflies,

I hope that you have had a lovely week. I enjoyed speaking to some of you on the telephone!

The sun has been shining this week so Percy and I decided to do some gardening. We made sure that we watered the plants so they didn’t get thirsty. We also planted my potato plants into a bigger pot so they have more space to grow.

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Have a lovely half term.

From Mrs Farrant

Celebration of Learning

Well done to all of the Fireflies who have been learning at home this week. Your teachers have enjoyed talking to you on the telephone and hearing what you have been up to.

Let’s look at what we have been busy doing this week…

Mark Making
Growing a sunflower!
Thanks Thank You GIF by Greetings Island - Find & Share on GIPHY
for sharing your pictures with us.

The next Celebration of Learning blog post will be on 5th June. Please email pictures you would like included to Mrs Farrant or pop a note on Tapestry to let us know we can use your picture.

Message to Fireflies

Hello Fireflies,

This week we have spoken to many of you and it is so lovely to hear what you have been up to. Your grown-ups have been telling us how well you are playing and helping at home- keep it up and we are very proud of you! If we have not managed to speak yet, we will try again next week.

We hope you enjoyed the story of the week, The Giant Turnip. Miss Honeywell and the children worked as a team to pull out the turnip. It is always a good idea to help each other, isn’t it?

You have also been practising your sounds. Shall we play ‘I Spy’?

Have a look at the pictures below:

I spy with my little eye something that starts with the ‘d-d-d’ sound.

What is it?

Did you say dog? Well done!

This week, Miss Kinsella and her children had lots of fun playing the ‘Bean Game’.

String bean
Broad bean

Mrs Lamb has planted sunflower seeds in her garden with her children. They have been looking after them by giving them water everyday. Look how much they have grown!

Mrs Adams has also been in her garden. She is planting pepper plants that she grew from a tiny seed.

Have a lovely half term and keep singing, dancing, smiling, drawing, painting, building, role playing, baking, scooting, running… and most importantly stay safe and continue being you! We miss you all sooooooooooooooooooo much!

Love Mrs Adams, Miss Davis, Miss Kinsella, Mrs Lamb and Mrs Wyld.