Welcome to Acorn!
2021 - 2022
Mrs Smith - Class Teacher
Mrs Spong - Teaching Assistant
Home Learning Activities – Autumn

To view the home learning choice activities for the Autumn term, please click the link below. Remember to send you learning to your teacher via the eSchools messages, or bring your learning in to school to share with your class on the stop-off dates, which are:

27th September

18th October

22nd November

13th December.

Autumn - Remote Home Learning - Reception 

Daily Lessons for Absent Pupils

-If you are absent from school, please follow the link below to complete your daily lessons. 

- Always begin the daily lessons from ‘Monday’, no matter which day your first day of absence falls on. This will ensure the lessons are taught in sequence and you understand what is being taught.

Additional Lessons to Support Reception Learning: 


Practice your Phonics on 

Our school login details are:

Username: admin2619

Password: angel

Remember you can consolidate your learning about Phase 1 and Phase 2.


Journeys and Adventures:

Walking on my street -

Sitting on the bus -

Getting on a train (Part 1) -

Getting on a train (Part 2) -

Sailing on a boat -

A big adventure -


Staying Safe:

D is for Danger -

Make my home my castle -

Fire Burns -

Stop, Look, Listen -

Circle of Trust:

My Caring Community -

Community Heroes -

Wider World -

Understanding the World


To explain the changes that happen in Autumn -

To experiment with mixing colours -

To create a collage -

My Friends:

To listen to a story -

To understand how I can be kind to my friends -

To understand how my friends are all connected -

Autumn 2
Why do squirrels hide their nuts?
Autumn 1
 We all belong here!
To celebrate European day of languages we played French games, ate French food and learnt about the French culture. We discussed how we could get the France from Birchwood school and even got a French lesson from our bilingual classmate. It was a wonderful day.
We all belong here! 
Our first theme is all about celebrating each other, our similarities and differences. We have spent the first few weeks looking at the routines of school and how to do our Birchwood best.  Last week we investigated how to be a good friend, what ingredients make the best friends and which ingredients we try to avoid.  The children have engaged in some amazing learning and formed wonderful relationships with their teachers and each other.