Home Learning Grid - Red Class

Home Learning Grid


WC 13th July - Please note this grid will be our final grid for the academic year. As it is our last full week and I won't see some of you before summer, I have left a little message below and on the Red Class homepage. 


Red Class Zoom Meeting - Join Mr H and I on our class zoom meeting on Wednesday 15th July at 10am. Your details to sign into this were sent out via text on Friday. If you haven't received these please contact the school office and let me know as soon as possible. 


A big well done and thank you

I would like to say a huge well done to all of the children in Red Class for working so hard on their home learning grids during such strange times. It has been a new experience for us all and the children have shown resilience and a great level of commitment by submitting some fantastic work over the last 4 months.  To Mum's and Dad's, a huge thank you to you too for motivating your children during difficult days and for supporting them with all aspects of their learning. I have received hundreds of observations over the last few months where you have documented your child's learning which has been fantastic. I hope you enjoy completing the last grid and from me to you, I hope you have a safe and relaxing summer break. 

Mrs Trenerry x 




I do like to be beside the seaside

I'm not sure where the sun is hiding, but we're off to the seaside for our last topic of the year! We will begin by exploring rockpools and the hidden treasures inside before we visit the beach. We will finish off by looking at beach safety and how to stay safe by the coast this summer. Find out more about what we will be covering in the most recent grid below. 


Don't forget we upload  stories every Friday that have been read by members of the Red Class team. Please also pop over to our story page to view these.


Each grid is broken down into 5 sections. These include: Read It, Write It, Paint/Draw It, Make It and Count It. Although these are subject to change depending on the current topic and EYFS curriculum coverage. At times, there may be additional worksheets associated with a piece of work to support your child. If the grid states that there is a worksheet on the website, below explains where you will find that worksheet. (I have added the play dough recipe to the parent additional information tab.) 


Read it - These resources can be accessed via the 'Phonics information and Resources' tab. 

Write it - These resources can be accessed via the 'Literacy information and Resources' tab. 

Count it - These resources can be accessed via the 'Maths information and Resources' tab. 


Please use the Home Learning Grids below to support your child at home. The coverage of each grid, will follow topics that would have been covered in class. We have tried to make the work as fun as possible with limited resources. If you have any questions then please feel free to contact the school office and they will pass any questions on to me. 

We encourage parents to add creative work to their child's tapestry account as their online journals will be regularly checked so please keep adding lovely learning on there too. Writing and maths can stay in the Home Learning Book.