Glade Hill Primary and Nursery School

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F1 (Nursery) Home Learning

Week Beginning 20th July

There are also some PSHE activities that you might like to look at. Click on the link below. 


It'd be great if you could share stories at least three times a week. 

You can access e-Books for free at Look for lilac and pink books. The username is: amazingacorns & password is: read.

Tree Words (Key words)

Please click on the link above if you would like to practise 'Key words' with your child at home. We call these words our 'tree words' at school and children get them alongside their reading book, when they are ready. Children start with Tree 1 and practice reading these words until they can read them instantly, on sight.  When children are very secure and confident with one set of words they are given the next. Children will work their way through Tree 1-8 throughout their whole time in EYFS (F1 and F2), but mainly when they are in F2, so please do not worry if your child finds them tricky. Maybe just pick one or two words from Tree 1 to start with. If you do choose to give your child a whole set at a time, please jumble the words up as they learn them. Children are very good at remembering the order of words if they read down a list and may not always be as secure if they read them in a different order.
When we teach handwriting at school we teach the letter formation alongside a little 'story' that acts as a hook for the children and helps them remember how to form the letter. Above is a copy of these 'stories'.

Week Beginning 13th July

Week Beginning 6th July

sharing a shell by julia donaldson

sharing a shell by Julia Donaldson illustrated by Lydia Monks.

Week Beginning 29th June

My world, your world

Week Beginning 22nd June

RSE Day- 'Books I love about love'

There are some online events happening on RSE day too. you can find them at the website below.

If you have any questions about teaching RSHE at home please contact Mrs Rowe at 

Frog in love - Frog and Friends

Where The Wild Things Are Audio Book

Guess How Much I Love You

Story Time: TADPOLE'S PROMISE by Jeanne Willis (EYFS, KS1)

A brilliant love story between a caterpillar and a tadpole.... but will their love change? Read by Miss. Hodgson. Don't forget to subscribe! ACTIVITIES to TR...

The Family Book - read by Sherry

'The Family Book' By TODD PARR - Read on Youtube by Sherry - Storytelling with Sherry Another col...

Chris Naylor-Ballesteros reads The Suitcase

Watch Chris Naylor-Ballesteros reading The Suitcase, a powerful new picture book full of heart and humanity. Order from Amazon: Order...

Week Beginning 15th June

5 Minute Bedtime Story | Hooray for Fish! by Lucy Cousins read aloud by Books Read Aloud for Kids

5 Minute Bedtime Story | Hooray for Fish! story by Lucy Cousins read aloud by Books Read Aloud for Kids Get the book from Amazon: Swi...

Week Beginning 8th June

Shark in the Park! by Nick Sharratt

Week Beginning 1st June

Commotion In The Ocean by Giles Andreae

A delightful collection of short poems about creatures that live under or near the ocean. The large brightly coloured illustrations by David Wojtowycz give a...

Week Beginning 25th May

Week Beginning 18th May

Week Beginning 11th May

Miss Mills reads Oi Frog!

Week Beginning 4th May

Miss Mills reading Rainforest Animals

Animal Riddle

Hello Everyone,

We continue our animal theme this week. Please click on the link below for some suggested activities. Everything you might need is also below.

There are many great online resources available to further support learning at home. Eg Purple Mash, Oxford Owl, Twinkl and the new Oak Academy video lessons. All links can be found on the previous page. Please mail us at if you have any questions or would like any extra support.

If you would like some support with keeping children safe online please look at our 'esafety' page on the website.

Suggested Activities Week beginning 20th April

Things you might need

Hello Everyone,


We hope you all had fun this Easter whilst staying safe. It's been lovely to see the sun shining!

Please find some suggested activities for this week below. Everything you might need to help you is in the 'Things you might need' section. 

Happy Easter Everyone!


We think it's important that you have some time to rest and relax at home, just as you would have if recent events weren't happening. So, we've decided not to set you 'Learning Tasks' for the next couple of weeks and are focusing on you having lots of fun with your families! However, we know you might still be looking for things to do and to stay busy, so thought we would challenge you to see how many of the '100 things to do indoors' you can tick off! It would be FANTASTIC to see photographs of these too if you can email them.


This page will be updated with more learning tasks on Friday 17th April.

Remember you can still use Purple Mash games and activities if you want to. 'Mini Mash' is particularly great!

Download 100 Things to do indoors

100 Things to do indoors

Here are some suggested learning activities for this week. Just click on the document below to see the list. It would be great to see some photos of your child's learning. Please email us a photo and we can add it to our Learning Gallery!

Week Beginning 30th March

Things you might need

Pat Comic