Home Learning

This work can be completed in your child’s Home Learning Book which was sent home. Remember you can contact your child’s teacher if you have any queries on the year group emails – we’re here to help.

We welcome feedback – this is all very new for all of us! Let us know what works well and if anything would be more helpful.


Weekly plan

This gives you the activities to carry out each day and how to use them. Remember you can email your class teacher if you have any queries at eyfs@kgprimary.school

Each day there is:

  • a Wellbeing activity
  • a Maths and English activity
  • an activity for one other topic

If you need a paper copy of these, please contact the school office.

Week 3 (18.01.21) & 4 (25.01.21) EYFS Home Learning Timetable Week 3 and 4
Week 1 (04.01.21) & 2 (11.01.21)EYFS Home Learning Timetable Week 1 and 2


general information

English Resources

Daily activities:

See plan for breakdown of Stickman activities on the main plan

booklet page numbers

English worksheets


Handwriting resources and activities:

Pencil control patterns

Handwriting lined paper

Spelling and Phonics Resources

Nursery and Reception


Many games often recognised by children from their favourite programmes.


Free phase 1 and 2 phonic games.

Log in with Jan21, home


Interactive books and reading activities to share with your child at home.

Log in with Kelvinhome, kelvinhome


Have lots of fun with Spot! Try even creating your own Spot story. 


Lots of Maths and English games.


All sorts of games and activities!

Awesome Angels

Sage Stars

Blazing Baltics

Millennium Magic

Get in touch

Have a question? We’re always here to help, just complete the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.


Kelvin Grove, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear,

0191 477 4186


Acting Head Teacher:
Mrs J. Thompson

Chair of Governors:
Mr I. Mearns MP


We are a truly inclusive school and welcome our pupils from all over the world.

Based in Bensham, Gateshead, Kelvin Grove Primary School caters for children aged between 3 and 11. We provide our children with a safe and stimulating environment in which they develop their academic, physical, spiritual, moral, social and cultural lives.

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