Links for learning at home
Along side the activities your teachers are setting you, you may like to supplement extra lessons. You can find upto date lessons on the following links. Some of them are videos of teachers from around the country that teach directly, and often have a quiz to follow. These are being updated regulally.
Real teachers from around the country with lessons daily lessons available each day for children from Reception to Year 6 (Also caters for Secondary Pupils if you need support with your older children)
The BBC have a wide range of subjects available for Years 1 through to 6, again they do cater for older children too.
StarLine is a new and updating service available to parents and carers of pupils from all schools nationwide. It offers free, confidential advice is available six days a week by phoning the StarLine team on 0330 313 9162. For more information, visit www.starline.org.uk or follow @StarLineSupport on Twitter.
This link on the government website provides ideas for different areas of the currciulum here. Your teacher maybe setting tasks from here, you may also find the links useful.
When working at home, especially on line please consider how you can best keep your child safe. Below are links for keeping your child safe online and you can also find information on the safeguading dropdown menu.
Childline - for support
UK Safer Internet Centre - to report and remove harmful online content
CEOP - for advice on making a report about online abuse
You may choose to supplement your child’s learning with support from online companies other than the signposted from school. If you are doing this you should make sure to securing online support from a reputable organisation/individual who can provide evidence that they are safe and can be trusted to have access to children.
Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online includes:
Internet matters - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
London Grid for Learning - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
Net-aware - for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
Parent info - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
UK Safer Internet Centre - advice for parents and carers
If you would like your child to access educational videos online using YouTube, you can sign up to YouTubeKids as a parent. It will make sure that the videos your child is accessing are safe. Click the picture below to sign up as a parent!
Check out our Wellbeing page for lots more physical activities
Please see information below for learning at home with your child.
The following links are to different websites that offer games to play
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ Your free log in is as follows; Username: March20 Password: home
Our Maths Whizz is a whizz at engaging our chidlren with maps. https://www.whizz.com/login/
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ A set of lessons for chidlren to follow. They are updating regually so if your year group isnt there, it will be soon.
The following links give more information about maths and what it entails:
This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer.
The Kids Should See This: https://thekidshouldseethis.com
Wide range of cool educational videos (A bit of an alternative to You tube)
Crash Course Kids https://m.youtube.com/user/crashcoursekids Some great videos aout a wide range of subjects.
Cbeebies Radio https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/radio Listening activities for the younger ones.
Geography Games https://world-geography-games.com/world.html Geography gaming!
DK Find Out Activities and quizzes
Nature Detectives - Be a nature detective:
The curriculum in the Early Years has a play based approach. We have provided sheets for you to complete with your child, however there are many things you could do with the toys they already have. For example counting cars, getting knifes and forks read for tea time, finding patterns. The following links may give you further ideas.