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Home Learning

EYFS Home Learning

Home Learning


During this period of Home Learning, some of our lovely EYFS children will be learning from home. Each day Miss Viggars will host live lessons morning and afternoon, which you can access via Microsoft teams or class Dojo. On these platforms, you will be able to access work, resources and live/recorded lessons and communicate with staff. Children will also be provided with a paper home learning pack to continue the work they have completed online. Once work is completed, please send it to Miss Viggars via Teams or Dojo. In EYFS, we leave time in the day for children to learn through their play. For more idea on how to set up purposeful play, check out the different tabs on our class page. Children who do not submit any work each week will receive a phone call home from their teacher. 

If you have any questions or require any extra support whilst home learning, you can contact me via class dojo or teams. 


Gingerbread Man Week

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Red Riding Hood Week

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Thank you to our wonderful parents for their feedback on how they are finding home learning via dojo. The two main concerns which were raised were 'getting children engaged in online learning' and 'managing the workload' for parents working from home. 


In response to your feedback, I have created two charts to help improve your home learning experience. 


Chart 1 'Home Learning Rewards Chart'.

This cart is for children to fill out at the end of each online lesson they complete. Children their parents, can choose what their rewards are for attending some, most or all of their session. At the end of each week, children can see how many points they gained and what their prize will be. 


Chart 2 'Time to Learn Chart'.

This chart helps parents who are working from home plan and organize when they are going to complete their home learning. This chart is to be filled out by and returned to the class teacher the weekend before their learning commences. This then allows the class teacher to know when and how the learning is taking place and when to expect the work to be submitted by.  

A note from Miss Viggars:


To my wonderful EYFS class, I am so proud of you all and your work ethic to complete your home learning tasks to the highest of your ability. Keep working your socks off. You are all superstars!