Welcome to The Little Owls Home Learning Page! 


As you will be aware some year groups are returning to school on 1st June but unfortunately, Nursery will remain closed until we are safely able to open.  

I will be continuing to set home learning for all our children in Little Owls as normal and use the class closure webpages on the school website. We will be looking at a different book each week and offering activities from this. I will continue to be there to answer email and to help in any way I can. 

All work will be related to the outdoors, new life, wildlife and exploring surroundings. 




Welcome to the fifth week of the Summer Term. Thank you so much for the photos and work that has been emailed to me and put on Padlet, as well as the things you have been doing on Purple Mash. It is lovely to see what you are all getting up to. If you missed Mrs Crook reading 'Dear Zoo'  please click on the link Dear Zoo Story Time!

This week we are working together with The Owl class (Reception) to take a look at 'The Gruffalo' and woodland creatures! This classic story by Julia Donaldson is a story loved by all and most of our children know it very well. Suggestions can be found on this webpage and also by clicking onto the file manager at the side. 

If you do not have a copy or would like to listen to the story please Click Here 

There are some lovely games and colouring sheets if you have access to a printer here also The Gruffalo - Activities and games

Please do remember we love seeing what the children are up to and Padlet is quick and easy to use. Click here for our Padlet page!

Reading - Reading is so important and one of the best things you can do with your child. Listening together, predicting the end, looking at the pictures are all great skills to learn. 

Numbers - Counting songs such as 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive and 5 little ducks went swimming one day are brilliant for children. Counting claps, objects and whatever is in the environment at home will help. Numberblocks on the BBC click here and Jack Heartman on youtube has some catchy songs that our children love click here

Why not make a number line? Use pegs on the washing line to display it or put it down on the floor? Which number can you find? What's the next number? Counting can be practical and great for building 1:1 correspondence. 

Fine motor skills- Playdough is great for developing those little fingers and Dough Disco is great for this. We encourage the children to move the dough in their hands in different ways to help strengthen the muscles ready for writing!  



All children now have Purple Mash login to access at home if you need your login please email.

Purple Mash - Click Here

There are plenty of activities to do and 2do's which are tasks that have been set for all children to access. Make sure you save it so we can see them!


In these uncertain times, we want to help you and your children as much as we can with access to the following educational resources.

Please click the link below for Government guidance and some helpful advice.  

Help Children aged 2-4 to learn at home


Twinkl is supporting school closure with Home Learning Packs which includes a SEND Learning Pack. Please follow the following steps;

Step 1: Go to

Step 2: Enter the code  CVDTWINKLHELPS


TTS Home Learning Early Years Pack  Click Link to access 




Files to Download

Contact the School

St Oswald's Worleston Primary School

Church Road,
Aston Juxta Mondrum,

Main Contact: Mrs Claire Jordan

Tel: 01270 623826

SEN Contact: Mrs Jo Cliffe

SEN Email:

For all enquiries, please call Mrs Claire Jordan on 01270 623826 or Email

A Caring Christian Family Where We Grow Together

St Oswald's Worleston Primary School. Church Road, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DP

Tel: 01270 623826 | Email: