Home Learning

To keep everyone safe, it has been necessary to shut schools to all but key workers and vulnerable children on two occasions so far since March 2020. There may also be times when we will need to close class bubbles.

When this happens, we have home learning provision for children who are having to continue their learning away from school. To see our school’s home learning provision, click here.

On this page, we have placed useful information and links to help parents having to provide home learning in order to make the experience easier. We know it is hard but thank you for all of your efforts.

Reading

Some helpful tips for reading at home

Schedule a time and place in the day where you sit down to read with your child.

Ensure there is a comfortable, preferably quiet, place to read.

Before reading, encourage your child to discuss what has happened so far and what they think is going to happen next.

Encourage your child to speak to other family members about what they have read.

Reading resources and online links

Resources for practising times tables/number facts at home:

The following websites and resources have all been checked are suitable for use by children but, as always, please do ensure that children are supervised when using the internet.

Times Table practice:

Websites:

Apps:

Number facts practice:

Additional Maths resources:

Please see below for a list of extra maths resources:

Here are some topic ideas:

Art

  • https://www.tate.org.uk/kids
    Access art information, quizzes, games and art ideas – All aimed at primary children.  Learn all about art and get lots of ideas of art activities to do at home.

Computing

  • https://scratch.mit.edu/
    The children have all had some experience of Scratch in school and will enjoy creating games, stories and animations.

Geography

D&T

History

PE

PSHE

RE

Science

Spanish

  • http://www.learningspanishwithjohanna.com/
    Learning Spanish with Johanna makes learning a second language engaging, interactive, fun, and joyful! These programmes incorporate song and movement to teach children Spanish.