Rossington St Michael's C of E Primary School, Sheepbridge Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN11 0EZ

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Rossington St Michael’s C of E Primary School

Learning to be the best that we can be with the love of God


Welcome to Foundation Stage online learning page.

These activities are here for children that are self-isolating or in quarantine, and cannot access learning at school. If you are not able to return to school after a few days, you will be referred to our home-learning specialist Mr Poole, who will arrange to contact you via Zoom or Teams.

If you have any queries, please contact your child's teacher on ClassDojo.

Take care and stay safe.

Mrs Stockdale and Mrs Ludbrook.

Literacy learning

This week our story text is Little Red Riding Hood. In the file list below are three videos which tell the story. See if you can use the story map in your pack to retell the story in pictures. There are also some extra home-learning ideas to think about.

Can you think of some great words to describe the wolf, Grandma, the Woodcutter or Little Red Riding Hood? Tell your grown-up and get them to write some of your amazing words down.

 Little Red Riding Hood home challenges.pdfDownload
 Little Red Riding Hood part 1.movDownload
 Little Red Riding Hood part 2.movDownload
 Little Red Riding Hood part 3.movDownload
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Maths learning

Watch the "Where is Worm?" lesson first, then use your favourite (not too big) toy and put them in different positions around your house. Here are some words to use:

Here is a nice positional language game: Husky Sled Game

I have put an instructional video below to help you to set it up:

Phonics lessons

Here are some other challenges for you to do:

Phonics (try to do some phonics every day if you can).

Read Write Inc. is a scheme that is already familiar to all our children and is something that we use throughout school. Your child's teacher can let you know which sounds to look at for the first few days, and our home-learning specialist will advise you on which sounds to work on after that. Currently, the RWI lesson videos are not publicly available, therefore we recommend these to supplement their learning in this area:

Geraldine the Giraffe, and Mr Thorne does Phonics

During the early part of the school year, we like to use Geraldine the Giraffe. Please only use the sounds that we are currently teaching, so as not to confuse the children. A nice activity to use afterwards is to go on a hunt around the house for items featuring the sound in the video, just like Geraldine does!

Geraldine the Giraffe Season 1

After Christmas, we like to use Mr Thorne's other series as he goes into more depth with word reading.

Mr Thorne Does Phonics Alphabet Series


We also really like Alphablocks. Encourage your child to say the sounds that they see.



Try to watch an episode of Numberblocks every day and talk about what happened with your grown-up.

There may be some specific episodes that we will ask you to watch as they link with our learning, your teacher will let you know:

 Cbeebies Numberblocks


Counting with Jack Hartmann:


Here are some online games that we love: 

Shape Patterns Train:

Underwater Counting:

Coconut ordering numbers

Comparing quantities game


Physical Development

You could teach your family the Chicken Dance that we love to do in the classroom!

If you have some play-dough, check out the Spread the Happiness Dough Disco videos - we love to do this at school and it helps with your writing!! 

Playing in your garden is great for developing your muscles, you might have a trampoline or a ball to play with and have some fun!

 Have a go at Andy's Wild Workouts: Andy's Wild Workouts which are great fun to do!

Or if you fancy a dance, have a go at some of these super Disney dance along videos from ThisGirlCan: Thisgirlcan Disney Workouts


Creative Arts

We would love to see some of your creations that you have made at home - send them in through your ClassDojo portfolio.

Here are some ideas that we would love to see:

  • Paintings
  • Baking or cooking
  • Dough models
  • Pictures made on your iPad/tablet/device
  • Sticking pictures
  • Sculptures
  • Nature art
  • Anything else that you have made!


Useful links and information for online resources - we will keep updating this gradually


Tricky Words Songs

Please keep practising your tricky words - try to do some every day then you will be amazing at them.

Here are the songs to practise the words you already know, remember soon you will need to read and spell these

 Phase 2 Tricky Words     Phase 3 Tricky Words and  Phase 4 tricky words


Oxford Owl

Sign up here for free eBooks and other literacy resources: Oxford Owl


Draw with Rob

Author and illustrator Rob Biddulph will be posting a brand new #DrawWithRob video for you and your kids every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am.

They will all be available permanently as a free resource right here:



Great online learning games.


Phonics Play

All games are freely available for a limited period, and work on various levels of phonics.



We use Numberblocks within school to aid with the children’s number knowledge, episodes are available on BBC iPlayer and on YouTube



Great for supporting children learning to blend sounds into words



Great for supporting maths learning


CBeebies iPlayer

We use several programmes which are nicely educational:

We really love:

Maddie’s Do You Know?



Down on the Farm

Andy’s various animal programmes (all good)


 RWI parents booklet.pdfDownload
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