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Oliver & Ruby's Half Term Recipes

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Sam & Bethany Pond Cleaning

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World Book Day - Thursday 4th March

Start getting those costumes ready!

Click the link below to see the fun-filled timetable for the day smiley

Support for returning to school


With all our children returning to school on March 8th. Please download the document below, which contains child-friendly social stories and resources, if you feel it will ease their anxieties during these unprecedented times.

Always feel free to contact your child's teacher if you need some support smiley

Celebration of Lent
Please see the home learning page of the website where we have placed exciting activities your family may like to embark upon to celebrate the period of Lent which features prominently within the Christian calendar. There are fun activities that the whole family will enjoy. The children will be partaking in further activities linked to the festival of Lent upon their return to learning after half term.


Below you will find an online link to read 'The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse' by Charlie Mackesy. He has very kindly shared some mindfulness colouring activities that you will find below. Relax and enjoy! smiley


Choose a book to read over the week. (If you have ordered a book - this will arrive shortly and we will let you know when it is here!)

Each day complete one of the reading questions in the 'bingo grid' below and email your responses to your class email address.

There will be a prize for anyone who completes all the challenges! laugh


Mr Tyrell has put together a Feb Half Term PE Challenge for ALL children and staff to complete!

There are 7 challenges. Each participant will complete each challenge as many times as they wish and record their best score. In the attached scoresheet, he has encouraged each participant to complete each skill at least 3 times and record their best score.

He has picked 7 challenges so that you can complete one a day if you choose to over the half term period. 

Please find below a word document with the scoresheet for all participants to complete and send back to their teacher at the end of the half term.

Below is also the YouTube link for the Feb half term PE Challenge video. 

Express Yourself mental Health Week whole school activity

Lady Seaward's Home Learning information for parents

Home Learning explanation letter January 2021

Online safety tips and support - Please see the attached resources and top tips to support staying safe whilst online

Home Learning Spring term 2021. Please find your child's home learning for each new week of the Spring term within the relevant class folder.  Scroll down to your child's year group below by clicking on the class star for Spring 2021.  Each day there will be instructions for work to be completed at home. Across the week there will be teaching (recorded by teachers or from other educators) and will sometimes include live meetings. Further instructions are available below.   Please attend live meetings when you can and in line with our code of conduct (see below).  Email work (ideally a photo of) each day via the class email addresses.
Please let us know if you are not able to access the home learning due to access to technology.

I have made a small PowerPoint for all parents with ideas to support your child's fine motor development. Please e-mail me if you have any questions. Many thanks Mrs Frost

Early Reading and Phonics PowerPoint

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If you would like to be supported with how phonics and early reading is taught at Lady Seaward's please listen to this presentation (approx 30 mins) and if you have any questions I am very happy to answer them. Thank you Mrs Frost

Phonics and Early Reading presentation - 2nd half

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Information Booklet re Home Learning

September 2020 Home Learning


Teachers will ensure that any child learning from home due to isolation, will receive sufficient work to complete each day. If your child has to isolate at short notice, the school will email an initial pack of activities based on core learning priorities for their year group.  At the end of day one , your child's teacher will then send an individual email containing home learning for tomorrow and will then be in touch each day they are away from school.  This work will be closely matched to the work being completed by the children who are in school.  Of course, if your child is unwell or develops symptoms, we do not expect them to complete this work.  


Initial Learning Packs (for pupils isolating at short notice)

Art Exhibition

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Dear Parents and Carers,


Below this message, I have added some additional information about our home learning approach.


Work will be posted on your child's class page at the beginning of each school week. Tasks set will focus on English, maths and a wider curriculum grid of activities. Children will also have access to: numbots, TimesTableRockstars and reading books via Bug Club (the passwords have been included in your child’s exercise book). We would love to see some examples of the work that you complete. If you would like to share your child's learning please email it to their class email address. 


There is a dedicated email address for your child’s class - this can be found on each class page. That email account will be monitored by your child’s class teacher. Any queries regarding the work set should be directed to that account. Teachers will respond via the designated email account, when they are able. The accounts will not be monitored in the evenings, overnight or at the weekend.


Thank you again for your support during this time.


Best wishes,


Simon Westwood



Primary Times Devon have distributed their magazine to families for a number of years now, the aim being to provide details of all the fun, exciting and educational events going on locally during the summer holidays.
This year, things being as they are, they are unable to do so. Instead for the summer they would like to offer parents links to virtual things to do and learning for children.
The contributors will all be from the local community and economy. The idea being to offer a regular update and refreshed information throughout the summer as and when we receive it.
If you are interested p
lease follow or cut and paste the link below for their first E-Newsletter:


You can then choose to open the information should you wish and can also take an option to receive future emails direct from them.



Parent Top Tips for Staying Safe Online

Home Learning Letter 20.03.2020

From this Monday 23rd March, work for each day will be posted via the website on a weekly basis (N.B. This will not happen during the Easter break). Your child will have brought home an exercise book for them to complete work in. (If you have not received your book as you child has been self-isolating please contact your child’s class teacher to receive the passwords. Once you have left self-isolation then the books will be available from the school foyer during the opening hours of 9-11am. Please communciate with the office beforehand)


Children will be set tasks focused on English, maths and an area of the wider curriculum. Children will also have access to: TimesTableRockstars and reading books via Bug Club (the passwords have been included in your child’s exercise book).


The school, whilst being closed to children, will open the foyer for 1 hour each day 9:30 – 10:30 (times subject to change). If required, hard copies of the work set can be collected during that period – if you let us know in advance that you are coming we will have it ready for you. If not, there may be a short wait whilst the work you require is printed.


There is a dedicated email address for your child’s class. (This will be found on your child’s ‘class page’ from Monday.) That email account will be monitored by your child’s class teacher. Any queries regarding the work set should be directed to that account and not the administration email. Teachers will respond via the designated email account, when they are able. The accounts will not be monitored in the evenings, overnight or at the weekend.


Sharing your work

Your parents/carers have been given an email address for your class. Please encourage them to use this in one of the following ways:

-email completed work

-email a photo of some of your work

-email a comment about your learning

-send a message to celebrate something you have done very well or tried hard with

-ask a question about the learning


Within the home learning page there are some additional information, activities and resources focused on areas including: mental well-being, communication, visual timetabling, physical education, and writing challenges.


Thank you again for your support during this time.


Simon Westwood


This page includes activities to complete if your child is isolating from school.


Further down are home learning activities that should be completed in the event of any school closure. These will be updated if closure was to take place and would be added to each week. 

TOP TIPS for learning at home

Pictures to create your own home timetable

Additional learning challenges

PSHE and Citizenship - School values home learning challenge