Wilby Primary

'I can do all things through Him who gives me strength' (Philippians 4:13*) Wilby CE Primary School
  • Wilby is an awesome school packed full of caring students and teachers Gracie
  • We are all different but all equally important at Wilby Alfie
  • Wilby makes learning fun! Jonty
  • Wilby is just the most amazing school in the entire world! Harvey
  • We have a positive attitude towards being ourselves here. We know making mistakes is fine! It is how we learn Wren
  • Being a part of Wilby is like being part of a big family Alex
  • We have faith that everyone will do well and we make sure no one is left behind
  • I love Wilby because no one is left out
  • You are supported so you can achieve the very best at Wilby-it is a great place to be
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Wren Class Home-Learning


Pencil Control and Handwriting

Pattern Tracing Worksheet

Letter Formation 

Year 1 word writing

Reception Phonics

air  Learning Video

Picture Word Match air

Real and nonsense air words

air pictures for writing air words - we have been working on segmenting and writing words. Children find a picture, segment the word then use their sound mat to help find the correct letters to match each sound. They point to each letter sound as they say it then they use their mat to help write the word. We try to pick up on correcting letter formation as they write. I have provided a clip on segmenting words for those of you who are unsure of this skill. 

Segmenting tutorial for parents/carers

Sound Mat

Letter Formation Mat

Year 1 Phonics

Ask an adult to test you on last weeks spellings. 

New spellings from the week - use your favourite method of spelling (pyramid spelling, rainbow writing, doodle writing, look, cover, write, check) to practise spelling this weeks words.

Reception Maths

Subitising video for parents/carers

Subitising dot cards - hide a car under a cloth. Lift cloth to reveal the card for around 2 or 3 seconds (don't allow time for your child to count the dots - just to see and recognise the pattern). Get your child to display on their fingers how many dots they could see. Check by looking at dots on card. Point out any patterns - eg 2 and 2.

Roll and Cover Game

Odd One Out Game

Year 1 Maths

Learning Video

Practical Task

Base 10 cut outs for practical task

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2


Acts of Kindness Calendar


Cosmic Kids Yoga

Koo Koo Kangaroo