Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9EQ

01483 761885

Kingfield Primary School and Nursery

'Be the best you can be'

Useful websites for additional home learning

We have listed some websites below which you may find useful to continue your learning at home. Whilst there are many sites here, this list is by no means complete! There are many other resources online at this time (for particular websites listed in the daily parent information sheets, please go to the top of the page).

Top Recommendations... - this website is full of free eBooks! Make sure you use the filter to find books suitable for your age. - this website has lots of imaginative inference and writing activities all around a different picture of each day. - this website is a go-to for most teachers on a weekly basis, so it will definitely help you immensely at home.
(Most of the resources in the Home Learning pack came from here)

Other useful sites...

Don't forget  Doodle Maths and Purple Mash! - You will find the login details in the letters below:

Home Learning Education Pack Letter.docx

Letter to Blackbird parents 27.3.20.docx


For free music resources...

Ollie Tunmer  (apparently, the king of body percussion- ex-STOMP performer) is going to be leading daily, free body percussion sessions from 11am every school day from Monday. (Similar to Joe Wick’s 9am idea for PE lessons at home). 

Here’s Ollie’s YouTube channel:

Body percussion will serve as a super fun form of musical exercise for the whole family in the coming weeks and months.

For fun and exercise with Cosmic Yoga on Youtube.  Click below for an adventure:

Cosmic Kids - we're Going on a Bear Hunt

Why not start the day with Joe Wicks’ workout for school? Each morning at 9am he will be leading a live exercise session – fun for the whole family!

For extra phonic resources ...

Phase 3 phonic games on Bitesize

Use this video to help you revise some of the digraphs:

Phonic Play are also giving out free resources

Just use the Log in to Phonics Play

username: march20

password: home

Play games for Phase 2, Phase 3, and Phase 4

Oxford Owls are allowing free access for parents – you just need to create a password and give your email address.  There are lots of reading books for your child to read and games to play. Choose books from the 4-5 years age range.

Oxford Owl eBooks

For Purple Mash:!#%2Ffindschool

Enter our location, & school, and go to the school’s portal.

The username is simply – BB

Password – 1234

Once you are in, go to Mini Mash


For Doodle Maths:

please go to and use the individual logins included in the learning pack.

karate cats maths on the cbeebies 

Also using Alphablocks and numberblocks is a good way to keep children entertained, as well as Team Umizoomi.

The National Oak Academy 

Letters and Sounds 

Hamilton Learning at Home packs (and suggestions for play activities)

White Rose Home Learning - Maths through stories.

...and if you want to learn to draw with author and illustrator Rob Biddulph then please click on the link below!

#DrawWithRob — Rob Biddulph

Recipe for play dough

(Parents you will have to make this for your children as you need to use boiling water. When made it will last in the fridge in an airtight container.)

2 cups of flour

1 cup of salt

1 tablespoon of oil

2 tablespoons of cream of tartar

2 cups of boiling water and food colouring if required

Put all of the ingredients in a bowl together and mix together with a spoon to form a soft dough.

Microwave the dough for 1 minute if too wet.

Knead the dough when it has cooled a little.

When the dough is cool it is ready for your child to use.

Hello and welcome! 

Please click on the link below to view the Reception New Parent presentation PPT

New_parents_reception meeting_presentation June 2020.ppt

Letter to new Yr R parents July 2020

Looking forward to meeting you all,

Mrs Whittingham




The staff in the Early Years Foundation Stage work as a team to ensure that everyone can...

"be the best that they can be!"


Reception Staff:

Mrs Whittingham - Class teacher 

Mrs Pilott - Teaching assistant




 This term in Blackbird Class!



Please click on the links below for information:

Our topics this autumn term

Medium term plan - autumn 1

Medium term plan - autumn 2

Autumn curriculum letter 

Curriculum information PPT 

The Poetry Basket: Autumn Term


Weekly Parent information 


For long term learning objectives and planning please click on the links below:

Year R Learning Objectives (2020 - 2021)

These are the Early Learning Goals that we will be working towards throughout the year - they will show you the Expected Level of Attainment (ELA) at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception). If children are not working at this level they will either be Emerging ( below the ELA) or Exceeding (above the ELA).



Blackbird Whole Year Curriculum Overview (2020 - 2021) 

Please note that these plans are 'a work in progress', which will be adapted as necessary in order to incorporate interests, specific events, and the weather! For more details on SMSC development in the early years, please refer to the SMSC section below.



Please also note that... 

Library Books will be changed on Fridays.

P.E will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays this term.

Please ensure that your child has their P.E kit in school every day! Thank you.




Jolly Phonics

Please click on the link below to find information about the Jolly Phonic scheme. As your child progresses through this scheme other links will be added so that you, as parents and carers, can support and extend your child's learning at home. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have questions about the Jolly Phonic scheme.

Jolly Phonics - Glossary and ideas

Jolly Phonics - Actions

Jolly Phonics - information for parents 

Jolly Phonics Long Term Plan


Please also refer to the weekly information for more details.



Maths in the reception 


reception_maths autumn plan

For extra information on how to support your child with maths at home, please click on the links below:

Reception - Maths Targets booklet 1

Maths resources to support counting

reception_maths_autumn_week_1 resources 


 Please also refer to the weekly information for more details.



Please look at the folder at the very top of this page for a list of useful websites




We will be using every opportunity to develop SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural) values; encouraging the children to ask and reflect on the questions:

Who am I?

Who are we?

Where do we live?

How do we all live together?

Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural curriculum autumn 2020



 Value of the Month

We have 4 core values which we will revisit every term. 

Please take time to talk about these values at home, with your child:







Achievements at Home

 We would love to know about your child's achievements and learning at home.

Please download the sheet below and return to a member of Blackbird staff, when completed. Thank you.

'Achievements at home' sheet

'Wow' sheet




Half term- 26th _ 30th October

Chertsey Toy Museum workshop – Wednesday 4th November  (in the hall, for Blackbird children only)

Last day of term – Friday 18th December 2pm


       Please do not hesitate to talk to a member of the reception staff if you have any concerns or questions. Thank you.



      The photos below show Blackbird Class busy learning!