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Robin - YR

Welcome to Robin Class!


Looking for help with teaching your child at home during this tricky time? Scroll down the page to the Home Learning Section!


Robin is an FS2 (Reception) class. You will find us in the room known as The Nest.


Our teacher is Miss Howlin and our teaching assistants are Mrs Watson and Miss Challinor.



Picture 1 Miss Howlin
Picture 2 Mrs Watson
Picture 3 Miss Challinor

Home Learning

Hello Everyone,

It's so nice to hear from your emails how you are all getting on. As well as everything on this Robins Home Learning page remember that there is now a Home Learning Page on the main website menu bar.

I just wanted to also make you aware of a really great blog that early years teachers use a lot from Alistair Bryce Clegg. It now has a Home Learning page which is full of fun practical learning to do around the home. 

Here is the link

Take care everyone, keep having fun and stay safe.

Miss Howlin


Here are some websites which you might like to explore


Virtual Visits:

The US National Parks:


This website has a list of museums which now offer virtual tours:


Visit an aquarium online:


Explore NASAs image and video library



Learning / lessons - various subjects: (this also has e books)




Phonics Play

(Username: march20  Password:home)


Story time:

Stories from space:



Arts & Crafts:


There is also a good website called Topmarks where you can find phonics and maths games for your child to play.


We also really recommend Cbeebies Numberblocks - catch it on bbc iplayer but it is also available on DVD which means you can view it in order. It is very good at developing early maths skills - so much so that experts in teaching maths have created a set of teaching materials for teachers to use alongside each episode. It also links really well to work that your children will do in Year One.


This year Robins will be doing Forest Schools on a Tuesday morning during term 1 and term 6.


ITV News Report on Intergenerational Project

As some of you may know, some children from the Nest have been having sessions on Tuesday mornings with visitors from Wiltshire Heights Care Home as part of a project called ‘The Intergenerational Project’ where people from different generations join together and share their experiences. We were approached by ITV West Country News who recently visited the school to film part of a session and speak to some of the children and residents. You can read the article and watch the video using the following link:

We are now doing cursive writing in the Foundation Stage


To show cursive letter formation to your child please follow this link,



Here is the YouTube link for the pronunciation of the sounds heard during the Phase 2 Workshop and a Phase 3 sounds video.

Jolly Phonics Letter Sounds (British English)

FYI here is a link to a website that reviews games and apps about their suitability for children