Reception and KS1 Phonics Support

Below is a link to help you support your child's phonics and reading. The children are all at different points in their reading and phonics journey. To help you select the right options to support your child you could use their Read Write Inc. reading homework as a guide or ask them who their Read Write Inc teacher is. These are listed below and if you are still unsure you can email your child's class teacher to check. Miss Taylor/Miss Richardson- Learning Speed Sounds Set 1 Mrs Price/Mrs Davies- Learning to blend with speed set 1 sounds, sound blending eBooks Mrs Pedersen/Mrs Tinsley-Learning Speed Set 1, Ditty sheets Mrs Webb/Miss Harper- Red Ditty eBooks, Green Words slide show Mrs Brown-

Year Two- Home Schooling

Hello children, parents and carers. We hope you have enjoyed completing last week’s activities on Purple Mash. We have really enjoyed looking at all your completed tasks. Below you will find the first ‘Learning Log’ for this week with plenty of ideas of projects linked to the topics we are currently studying. Feel free to complete as many of the tasks as you wish. Again we have planned 3 activities per day for you to complete, 1 English, 1 Maths and 1 topic based (Science, History, Art or Geography) and they are set as tasks on Purple Mash. Some activities may also revise learning we have already completed. Your log-in details for Purple Mash can be found on the inside cover of your ‘Home Le

Chestnut Challenges - Home Learning

Hello children, parents and carers, I hope you have enjoyed completing last week's activities. I have really enjoyed looking at all your completed tasks and I'm pleased you are working so hard at home. Below you will find the set tasks for the week ahead (30th March) to be completed on Purple Mash. Your log-in details can be found on the inside of your 'Home Learning Book'. Monday 30th English - About a Wolf Maths - Bond Bubbles Science - Marie Curie Tuesday 31st English - Adverbs Quiz Maths - Number Chart Patterns Science - Habitats Wednesday 1st English - Anna and the Third Leaf Maths - Fractions Geography - World Continents Thursday 2nd English - Ice Cream Tenses Maths - Counting in 2, 3

Keeping in touch - Class emails

Hello everybody, I hope you are all well and safe. Apologies for the delay of Home Learning tasks. Our school is a Hub and therefore we have been extremely busy this week organising this provision for Key worker and vulnerable children. All Home learning tasks and resources should be on the website from Monday. Each class has an email address where they can speak to their class teacher and send in work. Look for your child's class. Email addresses: Oak@bpinfant.com Hazel@bpinfant.com Rowan@bpinfant.com Sycamore@bpinfant.com Willow@bpinfant.com Elm@bpinfant.com Beech@bpinfant.com Chestnut@bpinfant.com Pine@bpinfant.com Thank you so much for your continued support and patience. Good luck and

Kindergarten Home Learning

Dear children and families, Given the current climate, everyone from the Kindi team hopes that you are staying safe and looking after each other. The Nursery space seems quiet and some what tidy without all of the lovely faces occupying it here yet we cannot wait to have you all back (whenever that may be). We have lots of ideas to keep you busy and learning on the school website under the Home Learning section on the home page, this should be ready for in the next week. We plan to send out emails with additional activities, please do not feel under pressure to complete the activities, we understand that we are in unique circumstances and everyone of you may have new and additional pressures

Reception Home Learning

Dear children and families, Everyone here at Blackmoor Park Infants are missing you already and we hope you are staying safe and well. We have lots of ideas to keep you busy and learning on the school website under the Home Learning section on the home page, this should be ready for in the next week. We plan to send out emails with additional activities, please do not feel under pressure to complete the activities, we understand that we are in unique circumstances and everyone of you may have new and additional pressures at this time. Today we would like you to log onto Purple Mash and play the maths game we have set under your 2Dos tab. This link will take you to the schools login page: htt

Year One Home Schooling

Dear Parents and/or carers, We continue to hope you are all well, happy and safe at home. On our website you will soon find a list of activities in each subject area for your child to complete at home in their Home Learning book. We posted books to the children who were unable to attend school last week so hopefully everyone should have a book and a pencil. Feel free to complete as many of the tasks as you think is appropriate for your child. We have also set activities on Purple Mash. We can see when your child has completed them and send feedback. Your child's personal 'log in' details can be found at the front of their Home Learning book and these activities are available to access now

Year Two Home Schooling Tasks

Hello again children, parents and carers. We continue to hope you are all well and happy at home. On our website you will soon find many ideas and links to activities to be completed at home and the ‘Learning Log’ for each week gives ideas of projects linked to the topics we are studying this half term and after the Spring break holidays. Feel free to complete as many of the tasks as you wish. We have also planned 3 activities per day for you. These will be found on Purple Mash. Your personal 'log in' details can be found at the front of your red Learning Log. Wednesday 25th March Spelling – adding suffixes –ing –ed –er –est and –y to root words. Complete quiz and then write sentences for 4

Year Two Home Schooling on Purple Mash

Good morning children, parents and carers! We hope you are all happy and safe at home. We are missing all your smiling faces. As well as work for you to do in your Learning Logs, which will be posted shortly, we would like you to do three activities a day on Purple Mash. these will include one English activity, one Maths activity and one Topic activity. These are set as your 'To Dos' when you log in. Today's tasks have 48 hours for you to complete them in case you have difficulty logging on or understanding the tasks. Please be patient with us at this time as we will also be working at Blackmoor in it's new status as a Hub for Key Workers. We will be doing our best to ensure we have good com

The smartest giant in town

In reception we have been reading 'The smartest giant in town' each classroom has set up exciting activities relating to the story.

Examing 2D shapes and repeating patterns.

We explored how many different, and in how many different ways we could create repeating patterns using a simple variety of shapes. e worked in pairs to record our findings.

Making Rocket Fuel-Class Beech

We made a fair test to examine what happens when we added one, two and then nineteen Mentos to Diet Coke. We predicted and recorded our results and found out the more Mentos we added the bigger the chemical reaction that occurred and the bigger the explosion. We investigated further and found out that Diet Coke has a high concentration of Carbon Dioxide which when combined with the bumpy Mentos sweets generates a force that pushes liquid out of the bottle. We then came up with questions for further investigations such as substituting the Diet coke for other drinks, hot or cold, fizzy or non-fizzy, making the amount of liquid smaller or larger and using a much larger number of Mentos. We meas

Forest School Fun!

Year 2 have been busy over the last couple of weeks during forest school. We have been outdoors in rain, wind and the sun its been great fun. We have explored the mud making mud pies and 'bogits'. We made a fire and enjoyed boiling the water to use to make hot chocolate to have with our snack Yum! Yum! We have been learning how to use tools safely, its such fun using a hammer. We have been digging and planting flowers in our forest area too it starting to look colourful ready for spring time!

PE Stars in Chestnut

This term we are working on our creative skills, our learning goals are as follows: ALL of us can compare our movements with others. MANY of us can respond differently to a variety of tasks. SOME of us can make up our own rules and versions of activities. For the last 3 weeks our fundamental physical skill we have been developing is our ball skills, we have been exploring a variety of ways how to manipulate the ball, with a big focus on maintaining control of the ball. We have been discussing together what is needed to keep control of our ball at all times. We have enjoyed challenging ourselves with our coloured challenges each week, which are included in the slideshow for you to have a go t

PE Stars in Pine

This term we are working on our creative skills, our learning goals are as follows: ALL of us can compare our movements with others. MANY of us can respond differently to a variety of tasks. SOME of us can make up our own rules and versions of activities. For the last 3 weeks our fundamental physical skill we have been developing is our ball skills, we have been exploring a variety of ways how to manipulate the ball, with a big focus on maintaining control of the ball. We have been discussing together what is needed to keep control of our ball at all times. We have enjoyed challenging ourselves with our coloured challenges each week, which are included in the slideshow for you to have a go t

Willow class cycling fun

The majority of children in Willow Class brought their bikes and helmets into school today. They were learning to ride their bikes without stabilisers. Amazingly, some children were able to ride their bike independently by the end of just one session. Many of the children are quite close and just need a little bit more practice. On You Tube - There is a video detailing how to teach your child to ride without stabilisers. Just go on You Tube and search 'Sustrans - learn to ride'. This may be useful for the parents of those children who didn't quite manage to ride independently today.

Hazels PE Stars

This term we are working on our creative skills, our learning goals are as follows; ALL of us can observe and copy others. MANY of us can explore and describe different movements. We have been visiting the circus and acting as clowns for the last 3 weeks in PE, with our focus being on our ball skills. We each got a 'silly ball' and explored a variety of ways to manipulate our ball, with a focus on maintaining control of the ball. We have been discussing together what is needed to keep control of our ball. We have enjoyed challenging ourselves with our coloured challenges, which are included in our slideshow for you all to have a go at home. We applied our handling skills by working in teams

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45-65 Leyfield Road

West Derby

Liverpool
Merseyside

L12 9EY

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