Please scroll down for updates about remote learning and for resources that you can use to support you and your chid whilst at home. If you have any questions or need any support, please contact email@example.com or telephone the school office.
World Book Day – Thursday 4th March:
Thursday 4th March is World Book Day and here at Malton Community Primary School, we will be celebrating all that is wonderful about sharing a story together.
The World Book Day website has some fantastic resources for you to use with your child at home, follow the links below to find out more:
Share a Story corner – video books to enjoy together:
Share a Story live – World Book Day Special – Bringing reading to life:
Story Reading Star activities:
Audiobooks to listen to together:
A pack of activities based on topics which are covered in the Spring term in Nursery can be found here. This was sent out to you in January and provides information on how to use the additional resources we included in the pack. If you did not receive this or require anything extra to help you and your child to learn at home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the school office.
We need your help!
We really need to know about your child’s interests so that we are able to help them to learn in the best way possible when they are in school. Please click here to see a list of questions we would like you to answer. If you are able to print out the sheet and complete it at home please do so or you can write the answers on a sheet of paper and bring these back to school when your child returns.
It is also really important to us to know more about the important people in your child’s life. Share and talk to your child about a family photo and then help them to draw a picture of their family to bring in to school when they return.
Resources to use at home:
Daily phonics lessons on Youtube, please click here.
Ruth Miskin is streaming three, short Speed Sounds lessons for you to use with your child at home every weekday on the YouTube channel.
Each lesson is ten minutes long and available for 24 hours.
Speed Sound Activity Sheets
The following website provides materials to practise reading and writing the sounds and words introduced in the daily videos as well as others your child will have been learning in school.
Click here for: Speed Sound Practice Sheets and other resources
At the top of the web page there are links for Set 1 (for pupils in Nursery and Reception) and also advice and resources to support parents.
Apply the sounds with a linked reading books. These are the books in the colour bands that your child brings home from school, as well as all the books we use in school phonic lessons. They are all now available free online.
Click here for: Free e-books linked to the phonic sounds
You will need to register for a free account to access these books. It is easy to do, just click on the link on the website above.
Follow the link to Youtube and take part in this fun activity daily to support your child’s fine motor skills and physical development.
Follow the link to the BBC website and share these animated nursery rhymes with your child.
Lockdown learning at home
Follow the link to join the Numberblocks, Alphablocks and friends learning together.