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Let's Keep Learning!
In the event that the school closes, please use this page to help you find work to keep you focussed and on top of your learning.
It is also important to maintain a routine for the children - please read further advice by clicking on the 'Daily Routine' button.
Even though SATs may not be happening, It is still vital for Year 6 children to practise their skills!
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For Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
Click on the logo above and keep practising!
Continue your learning in Maths by clicking on the above .
You can find the work set for each class by clicking on the relevant image below:
Click on the link above to access an amazing writing opportunity. There is sentence work, questions and more. Enjoy!
Emile is a multi-award winning app and online program that covers the UK national primary curriculum for numeracy and SPaG with some phonics thrown in. The content is suitable for 4-12 year olds.
There’s an exciting resource to help you teach every subject, including English and literacy, phonics, maths, science, history, geography, art and music. From Early Years right through Key Stage 1 and 2.
We are sorting pupil access at the moment. Please use the free trial for now.
The Maths at home resource is designed to provide support for busy parents that wish to help their child with their mathematical development at home. A video has been made for every single National Curriculum descriptor for the whole of Key Stage 1 and 2, as well as an overview video for Early Years.
Your child may understandably be concerned or worried by what they see, read or hear. Please use the following sites to help you talk to your children about anxiety:
Click on the link above to access free eBooks!
There is over 1,000 titles to choose from. Happy Reading!
Oxford Owl also have many useful resources. Please click here.
Click on the link above to access some great projects created by the Robin Hood MAT.
You will need to download the document and then use 'Ctrl' and click to access the links.
It is really important to keep active and healthy at this time. Please make time during the day to do activities that will support your child’s physical and mental wellbeing. Click here for some ideas (updated 25th March)
Picture News: Learning from the world! Each week, Picture News choose a current news story, provide an image, a thought-provoking question and a variety of teaching resources. Click on the link to find your electronic copy of our poster and resources to use every week – including the virtual assembly!
Next week's story: How people are keeping their spirits up in changing times!
Question: Can you think of ways to remain positive during difficult times?
Virtual Assembly – Find it on their Facebook page and their Vimeo page Please click here for the link
Twinkl have created a page with activities to do each day across the whole school!
There are also numerous free resources. Well worth signing in as there is so much on offer.
Please click on the logo above.
Mrs Perks has created a list of exciting experiments that you can do at home!
For Key Stage 1 click here
For Key Stage 2 click here
For a daily dose of Science, Engineering and Computing please click on the picture above.
Updated with a new idea every day at 10:00
Click above for a range of activities to try at home across Science, Design and Technology, Computing and Maths.
Also, for those of you who love to Code (or would like to give it a try), there are many free online tutorials at Code Club.