Home Learning

We will be providing some suggestions on what learning could be done at home. Do what you can is the key message. 

Below are the specific year groups and if you look at the side menu you can see links to our Online activities. 

Home Learning Newsletters

We will be producing a weekly newsletter to keep you updated and share any great links we have found that maybe useful for home. We will also celebrate all the great things we are seeing going on at home with our Stars of the Week

Edition 1 - 27th March

Edition 2 - 3rd April 


Letter to Parents 

Suggested activities will be uploaded to the EYFS page - click here 

Contact Nursery teachers at eynursery@raglanschools.org 


Letter to Parents

Suggested activities will be uploaded to the EYFS page - click here

Contact Reception teachers at eyreception@raglanschools.org

Years 3-6 

Letter to Year 3 Parents contact Year 3 team at year3team@raglanschools.org

Letter to Year 4 Parents contact Year 4 team at year4team@raglanschools.org

Letter to Year 5 Parents contact Year 5 team at year5team@raglanschools.org

Letter to Year 6 Parents contact Year 6 team at year6team@raglanschools.org

Work for Years 3-6 will be posted in Google Classroom. Children need to log into their Google account and open classroom to find their online class which will be called Home Learning and their class name eg.  3SK Home Learning 

Music Activities 

The music team have some great suggestions for those who want to explore some musical activities. 

Visit the Music at Home pages here

Physical Activities

The PE team have some great suggestions to keep active at home

Visit the Raglan Active page here

Art & Design 

Mrs Ashall has come up with some great suggestions for art activities at home. 

Visit the Art & Design at Home page here 

Hands on Hero Challenge 

Phonics & Spelling 

Phonics Support (Reception to Year 2)

Below are links to each of the phonemes (sounds) that children learn during each phonics phase. Practising these regularly will help your child with reading and spelling. 

For an extra challenge, children could make their own video of them saying the sounds and send it to their teachers.

Phase 3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vU2vWZKS7rY 

Phase 4 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VR_IgfIgz10 

Phase 5 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3S5sJw7MfI (Children should be secure with phase 5 at the end of Year 1)

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com - also has lots of interactive games which you can play. These all link with the programme that we follow in school.

Spelling Support (Year 2 -6)

Learning those ‘tricky words’ or ‘common exception’ words can sometimes be a chore at home. However, using the following website allows you to input your own word list and learn the words in a fun interactive way.


However, if you would like time away from screens games like ‘Hangman’ and ‘scrabble’ or chalk in the garden can be great ways to practise spellings.


Science Challenge 

Enfield Learns Together Science Challenge

This fun challenge is open to children and young people in Enfield aged 5-13. 

The challenge: To build a marble run that keeps a marble moving and off the ground for the maximum amount time. 

You can make this from materials that you would find at home: • Toilet roll and kitchen roll tubes • Empty plastic bottle • Paper plates • Cardboard boxes • Glue, masking tape, Sellotape. You can then record and submit your entry to the competition.

Download more information here 

In order to register for this competition, a parent or carer should register here and you will be sent all the information you need about how to upload your marble run video.

The deadline for the submission of the video is 5pm on Friday 15 May 2020. Alternatively, if you don’t want to enter the competition just do it for fun!

Support from Enfield Council

Enfield have issued some supportive information for parents, which can be downloaded below

Supporting Primary-aged Pupils 

Support for Parents 

First News

Each week there will be a new edition of the children's newspaper.

Click on the links below 

20th March 2020

27th March 2020

3rd April 2020