Home Learning

During the period of school closure, it is important to try and establish a regular learning routine.  Try and set aside a specific time each day for your child to complete some of the activities provided.  Remember to include some physical activity into your routine as well.  Do not try to replicate a full school timetable!  Play is also important – it is fundamental to children’s wellbeing and development.

 

Click this link for further Home Learning Advice for Parents and Carers.

How to Cope with Change – Parent Leaflet

Each class has a Home Learning Pack; if your child did not receive theirs, please contact the School Office to arrange collection.  Teachers will be adding further material to their class pages during the coming weeks.  On this page are a range of links to educational websites offering free resources to support home learning.  Do not feel you need to do everything!  There is more than enough material here to last several weeks.  Dip in and out of the activities as you feel appropriate.

Online Safety Activities from Thinkuknow:

Thinkuknow Parents Helpsheet-primary

Thinkuknow: 4-5s Home Activity Sheet-1

Thinkuknow: 4-7s Home Activity Reward Chart

Thinkuknow: 5-7s Home Activity Sheet-1

Thinkuknow: 8-10s Home Activity Sheet-1

White Rose Maths Resources

PE with Joe (Joe Wicks – Body Coach)

30 Day Lego Challenge

Classroom Secrets Home Learning Packs

Twinkl Free Home Learning Resources

Oxford Owl for Homefree eBooks, phonics activities, Maths games and more