Bovey Tracey Primary School

Home Learning Activities

Holding Hands

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Welcome - Thursday 2nd July

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Nobot the Robot's New Bottom

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Our illustrated stories after watching Ed Vere

These are some of you reading the stories you wrote about your characters inspired by writer and illustrator Ed Vere. Wow - what a bunch of budding storytellers and illustrators we have here! Well done all of you.

Home Learning for week beginning 8 June. These are print versions of the work posted on Seesaw if you are unable to access this.

Friday Morning Welcome and Merits

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Home Learning Week beginning 1st June 2020 - these are print versions if you are unable to access Seesaw

Friday Morning Welcome

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A special assembly for the end of the half term from all the phase one team to our wonderful home and school learners.

Home Learning week beginning Monday 18th May. These are printable versions of activities for those parents unable to access Seesaw

Y1 & Y2 Maths 18.05.20

Reception Phonics and Reading

Our Little Red Riding Hood Stories - Children in Year 1 and 2 have been writing their own versions of Little Red Riding Hood - and have shown great resilience keeping going to the end! Here is a selection of their stories.

Austin's Butterfly

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This is the video about Austin and his Butterfly - a true story of how resilience and careful determination to improve something can have amazing results.

Home learning week beginning 27th April 2020. This is a summary of activities which will be posted daily on Seesaw along with short teaching videos to support learning.

Here are the documents for Home Learning week beginning 14 April. These are a summary of the activities posted on Seesaw. Please email us on if you are having any difficulty accessing Seesaw.

Important notice about reading

Important notice about reading 1


Year 1 and 2 carers please check your email as we have sent you a link to Seesaw, an online learning platform we will be using.