​Sir Edmund Hillary Primary School


Click on the link to practise your phonic sounds.


Have a look at these interactive maths activities.

100 things to do indoors...

 100 things to do indoors.docxDownload
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Foundation 2 Planning 

 Do cows drink milk?.docxDownload
 Lets celebrate!.docxDownload
 What happens when I fall asleep?.docxDownload
 Why Do Ladybirds Have Spots?.docxDownload
 Why do zebras have stripes?.docxDownload
 Will you read me a story?.docxDownload
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Here are some ideas that you

could try at home...

 Homework Ideas- Autumn 1.docxDownload
 Homework Ideas- Autumn 2.docxDownload
 Homework Ideas- Spring 1.docxDownload
 Homework Ideas- Summer 1.docxDownload
 Homework Ideas- Summer 2.docxDownload
 Homework Ideas-Spring 2.docxDownload
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Foundation 2

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The children have settled so well into Foundation 2.

Here is a snippet of the fun we have been having!

We have created rainbows on our school fence to thank all of the NHS staff and keyworkers during these difficult times.

Autumn 1-

Will you read me a story?

 In Foundation 2 our topic is

'Will you read me a story?'    

As we begin the year, we focus on developing children’s confidence, self- esteem and self- awareness as they transition to full time education.

This term we will be sharing familiar stories and re-enacting them through small world, role- play, writing and opportunities to represent these in their artwork.

Children will explore characters focusing on actions, events and traits sharing their understanding using different forms and media.  


Click here to find E books. Just find your book band and enjoy!


Try Yoga and fitness sessions to keep you active!


A lovely Youtube channel to help children learn to draw. Lots of exciting themes... get squiggling!

Will you read me a story?

Look what Goldilocks did to our classroom!!

Our favourite Traditional Tales...