Nursery: Please use this page to keep up to date with tasks set by your class teacher, these may include some hand written tasks, practical tasks, links to activities and online tasks. 

Updated: 10-07-2020

Hi Nursery,

This is our last week of home learning before the Summer holidays. Well done for all your hard work. You have been a fantastic class and I am very excited to see you all again in September!

Your home learning timetable for this final week is attached below. All of the activities have been scheduled for Monday on the Google Classroom so that you can work through them at your own speed during the week, completing as many or as few as you wish. I have also added a few extra activites which may be fun to do over the summer holidays. 

I hope you all have a lovely Summer break and I will see you all in September.
Please feel free to share what you have been up to and keep in touch via Google Classroom.

Mrs. Hutchinson

Updated: 03-07-2020

Hi Nursery,

Hope you are safe and well.   

Underneath is this week’s timetable. Again, all resources will be uploaded to Google Classroom on Monday morning for you to work through at your own pace.

Please let me know if I can help in anyway.

Many thanks,

Mrs. Hutchinson 

Updated 26.06.20

Hi Nursery,

Hope you are all well and staying safe. Hope you have enjoyed the transition activities this week, please feel free to share some of your learning. Next week we will be continuing with our Under the Sea topic and have included some activities linked to the story of Billy's Bucket. Please continue to access your reading books on Oxford Owls. Have a super week and we look forward to you sharing your learning.

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated 19.06.20

Hi Nursery, 
Hope you are all well and keeping safe?
I hope you enjoyed the activities for Health and Well-being week. Next week is all about transition into your new class. It will be slightly different to normal as the majority of us are not in school, however I have given you some of the activities we would do in school for you to try at home. Please feel free to share your activities on google classroom or keep them safe to show your next teacher when you return to school.
Remember you can do as much or as little as you like, just as long as you have fun and stay safe.

Mrs Stockman :)

Update 12.6.20

Hi Nursery,

As you know, around this time of year at school, we usually move away from our regular timetable for a week and concentrate just on our health.  In the past we have worked with healthy eating chefs, completed a sponsored run-a-mile; competed with our friends in sports days; worked with the LAF (lifestyle and fitness) team and had the opportunity to work with a range of different coaches on various sports. We would still like to give you the opportunity to have a go at a some of these from home.

Our health and wellbeing timetable will take the form of a ‘menu’ with a range of P.E, art, DT, cookery, reading and writing activities all centred around staying well mentally and physically. Again, you can complete as many or as few as possible and work with any siblings from different year groups. Many of the activities are practical but we have still included some resources on Google Classroom that might help you should you wish to use them.

 It would be lovely to hear how you have managed and great to see any photographs that you might want to upload. I hope you enjoy it!

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated 05.06.20

Hi Nursery,

I hope you are all well and keeping safe? 

Next week we are going to continue with the Rainbow Fish as it is such a lovely story and I know that you will be enjoying it too. I have added a new 2do activity on Purple Mash about emotions so please feel free to have a go. You can also continue to look at the discussion books on Oxford Owls.

Remember the most important thing is to stay safe and have fun!

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated 29.05.20


Hi Everyone!

I hope you have all had a great half term, enjoying this wonderful weather! 

I hope you have had fun taking part in the 'Daily Mile at Home' challenge, please feel free to upload your pictures of what you have been up to. This half term we will be starting a new topic of 'Under the Sea' and we are starting with the Rainbow Fish. The new timetable is filled with lots of fun activities for you to try, but please remember you can do as few or as many as you wish. 

Keep safe!

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated 22.5.20

Hi Nursery!

I hope you are well and have been enjoying the sunshine that we've had over the last few days. 

Since it is half term, we thought that we would give you a bit of a break from our usual timetable!  Instead, we have offered you a P.E challenge that you might want to have a go at if you wanted to.  We usually have our ‘Run a Mile Week’ in school this term so it might be nice to have a go at this at home. The ‘Daily Mile at Home’ is a fun and easy way to keep fit and maintain good health and well-being for you and your family.  During each part of the week, you are offered a different challenge when running your mile.   

You could also continue with your reading on Oxford Owls

We will continue with our regular home learning timetable from 1st June.

Have fun and stay safe!

Mrs Stockman :)


Updated 15.5.20

Hi Everyone!

Hope you have all had a lovely week. It has been great to see all of the home learning going on. You have all been very busy. Keep up the good work!
Next week is all about Superworm! Lot's of fun activities for you to try, but please remember you can do as much or as little as you wish. The main thing is to keep safe and have fun!

Hope you enjoy next weeks activities.

Mrs Stockman

Updated 8.5.20

Happy V.E Day anniversary Nursery!

75 years ago to the day, peace one again prevailed in Europe. Today, we have a bank holiday to celebrate and remember those who fought so bravely during the Second World War.

V.E Day, which stands for Victory in Europe Day, was the day on which allied forces announced the surrender of Germany in Europe on May 8th, 1945.

You may now be at home due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still have a weekend of celebrations to mark this special moment in history. There are plenty of ways you can still get involved in the big day, from hosting a special VE Day celebrations picnic or afternoon tea with your household to decorating the house with flags and bunting. If you’re a dab hand in the kitchen, which I know many of you are, try creating up some VE Day-inspired snacks and treats. 

I hope that the information and activity sheet that we left for you last week might give you some extra information on V.E day and also offer some interesting activities for you to have a go at.

On a different note, it was once again lovely for us to ring home and find out how you are doing.  You are all managing so well! More of you are also adding work and photographs onto Google Classroom.  I love looking through what you have done.

I have attached next week’s timetable.  Remember to only do what you can and I am here to help if possible.

Take care and have a fantastic weekend

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated: 1.5.20

Hi Everyone!


I hope you are all well and keeping safe? I have loved looking at all your hard work you are doing at home. There is some fantastic learning taking place. Keep up the great work!

I have put together a new timetable of activities for next week, which we think you will love as we are learning about the Gruffalo! Hope you have as much fun completing these activities as we have organising them. 

There are a few notices to share this week:

VE Day:
Next Friday is the anniversary of V.E day commemorating the official end of the Second World War in Europe; it has been specifically arranged to be a bank holiday this year. We had planned to organise activities in school designed to support understanding and to celebrate. As this is not possible, we still think it is appropriate to not let this pass us by. Attached you will find some suggested activities to do at home to celebrate VE Day. You can do as few or as many as you want. If you have siblings in school, you can mix and match activities with them too. It would be lovely to see some photos of activities you do.

We appreciate that many of you may have completed the reading books you were sent home. Fortunately, one of of our reading schemes, Oxford Owl, have released many of their books as free e-books that can be read at home on tablets, laptops or computers.
In order to access these books, you need to follow this link to create a log in.

Once you have verified your email address you will be able to view the free e-book library and the books available. To find your child's level, click on Levels then Oxford Level.
I will be in touch next week (week beginning 4.5.20) to tell you which Oxford Level books your child should be reading. You can make a note of the book and pages your child has read in their reading diary as you would for school.

Important Contact Note:
For confidentiality, please contact school via telephone or from your own personal e-mail account to

Google Classroom in an open forum and designed to assist children and parents with work at home. Any messages left on here or sent from the general EYFS gmail account are not private.

Take care and stay safe.

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated: 24.4.20

Hello Everyone!

I hope you are all keeping well and staying safe. It has been lovely to see the home learning you have been sharing on google classroom and Purple Mash, please keep sending in your photos of work or simply commenting on what you have enjoyed doing. I have added a new timetable of suggested activities for next week. I hope you enjoy completing them.

Remember to have fun and stay safe.

Mrs Stockman :)

Updated: 17.4.20

Hi Everyone! I hope you have all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed completing some of the activities I set for you. As the Easter holidays come to an end, I have put together a new timetable of activities for next week that you may like to try. Please feel free to share your learning on Google Classroom as I would love to hear how you are all getting on. 

Have fun and stay safe!

Mrs Stockman 

Updated: 3.4.20

I hope everyone is well and has managed to access the resources on Google Classroom without too many problems. Thank you for your continued support during this time. We have compiled some fun, hands-on Easter activities for you to have a go at during the Easter holidays if you wish. There is a huge variety of activities and although some have been designed with Year groups in mind however any of them can be completed by children regardless of year group. Please take some time to unwind and relax. If you do feel like trying some of these activities, the resources are uploaded and numbered below. I would love to see some photos of your creations if you make anything (you can post these directly on this stream or onto the assignments set in classwork). We hope you have a lovely Easter break with your families.  

A new timetable of suggested activities will be posted for the first week back after the holidays. Children can still use this page and the blog on Purple Mash to keep in touch with me and each other. 

Many thanks, Mrs Stockman


Updated: 27.3.20

Hi everyone!

I hope you have all had a good week doing all of the activities that I set for you, but still making time to enjoy the sunshine as best you can whilst keeping safe. I will be posting possible activities for you to do at home next week and will continue to update this weekly. Below is a timetable with a range of activities for maths, literacy, phonics and other curriculum subjects to enjoy at your leisure.

We have also provided further resources for your child using Google classroom.

To log in to the classroom please follow the instructions below.
1) Click "Go to Classroom"
2) It'll then ask you to login with the credentials provided below.

Login:  Password: Blackfell



Updated: 18.3.20 

All children have been provided with a pack of resources. Please begin by completing these. Teachers will update this page in the coming weeks with further tasks. 

  • 2 reading books (please ensure these are looked after and brought back to school)
  • 2 library books
  • Phonics activities
  • Maths activities
  • Poster project 

Updated: 23.3.20

Hi Nursery!

I hope you are all staying safe and keeping busy? 

I have added some links on our page for you to have a look at and find some activities that you would like to do. Did anyone get up and do their PE session with Joe Wicks? It looked like a lot of fun! Please remember to keep active whilst you are off as it keeps our brains active and keeps us motivated! 

Please continue with the activities that you were given last week. I can't wait to see all of your posters!

Remember if you do something to make your grown ups proud, make a proud cloud so I can see how amazing you all are!

Take care everyone!


Mrs Stockman