In light of the recent news regarding school closures we have updated our Home Learning page to help you support your child with their learning. At the top you can find a suggested time table to help you and your child keep structure and routine. Of course, this is flexible and can be adapted to suit your family.
We have then divided the page into sections to help you find the information you need.
First we have year group sections with Home Learning menus with suggested activities. Here you can also find calculation methods for each year group.
The rest of the page is divided into sections according to subject as many of them are suitable for a wide range of year groups.
As our current information is that schools are closed for the foreseeable future, we will keep this page as up-to-date as possible.
We have added links to external websites to help parents find resources to support with home learning, which were correct at the time of adding. We are not responsible for the content of external websites. We would always strongly recommend that children are supervised when accessing the internet and that you continue to discuss online safety with them at home.
There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:
Earthwatch Europe have launched
#WildDays, a daily programme of activities to keep kids entertained and in touch with nature. You can find them on Twitter but you can also head over to their new website for more ways to get wild!
The National Literacy Trust Family Zone: Ideas and guidance for simple activities that engage younger children at home, while also benefiting their reading, writing and language development.
Bobby Seagull is doing interactive maths lessons on Facebook Live.
KS1 on Mondays at 10.00 am
KS2 on Wednesdays at 10.00 am
Here is the link: https://t.co/y9Yrq1lhPz
World Book Day Master Classes
A set of creative and inspiring films for 5-12 years olds, featuring a sensational line-up of authors and illustrators including Waterstones Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell. Every film comes with free classroom resources.