We have provided a number of things to help your child keep learning while schools are closed.
Home Learning will:
- give a broad balanced curriculum of relevant subjects/ activities
- be planned in a way which will work at home
- enable our students to communicate with their teachers
- allow pupils to receive feedback on their learning
This will be implemented through Tapestry (Reception) and Seesaw (Years 1 - 6)
If you have any concerns with the use of technology to support this home school learning, please refer to the resources and guidance available on our E-Safety page
Timetable for your days at home
Timetable to help structure your day - (Click Here)
Material to support children
Everybody worries ebook - (Click Here) - Bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus
General Learning and Activities
BBC Bitesize - (Click Here) - New daily lessons every weekday for each year
Twinkl - (Click Here) - A wide range of resources to print and complete across all areas of the
Oxford Owl - (Click Here) - General fun ideas for home learning for all age groups.
Oak National Academy - (Click Here) - Onine classroom with full sets of lessons
Times Table Rockstars - (Click Here) - 30 minutes per day is perfect on this.
Maths card games - (Click the link below) - Fun maths challenges involving playing cards.
Mathletics - (Click Here) - To log in to your mathletics account - (currently a trial)
Reading - Teach your monster to read (Click Here) - The app is currently free to download on apple and the play store.
Audible - (Click Here) - Instantly stream incredible stories for the children to listen to.
Barefoot - (Click Here) - Enjoyable activities for families to do at home based around the computing curriculum.
Be Internet Legends - (Click Here) - Helping children be safe and confident explorers of the online world using e-safety and coding principles.
Raspberry Pi - (Click Here) - Fun and creative projects - Every week, new code-along videos to inspire and engage young people.