Schools are required to provide daily home learning activities for children who are not at school for reasons related to Covid-19. Whenever a child is off for covid related reasons, the class teacher will upload new learning resources to the relevant year group blog at the end of each school day. You can find the blogs HERE.
The school is also required to monitor home learning. Information about how to share learning activities with teachers can be found below, along with further resources for learning at home.
If you have trouble accessing any of these online resources, or have any questions about your child’s learning, please contact the school office.
Parents and carers of children in Reception should access Tapestry for messages from teachers about learning at school and at home. You can use Tapestry to show teachers the learning activities going on at home.
Parents and carers should use Seesaw to show teachers the learning going on at home. You will find information about Seesaw in your child’s reading diary.
You can find age appropriate ebooks at Oxford Owl ebook library with the following class logins:
|3 & 4||All||LKS2readers||books|
|5 & 6||All||UKS2readers||books|
Year 5 and 6 children can also read ebooks on the epic! reading site using these class codes…
Pine/Mrs Busby: yrb7769
Poplar/Miss Mullinger: pnd3173
All of Year 6: kcq3122
Recommended reading lists for Year 3 to 6 can be found HERE.
Practise 10 spellings from the relevant spelling lists below. You can use the ‘look, cover, write, check’ technique. Practise best handwriting by copying out your chosen words multiple times or using them in a sentence.
Find grammar skills activity sheets HERE. Stage 1 means Year 1, Stage 2 is Year 2 etc. Children can attempt sheets from Stages before or beyond their current year group if they need to. These downloadable sheets do not need to be printed. Children can just read the questions on screen and write on plain paper.
For creative writing you could visit the Pobble 365 website where you will find an intriguing new picture every day. Scroll down and find questions, prompts and challenges to help inspire a piece of creative writing. If you don’t like the day’s picture then click on the calendar at the top right of the screen and choose a different one.
Practise time tables and other maths facts with the Hit the Button game or by using a poster. Once children are confident with their 2s, 5s and 10s they move on to 4s and 8s and then 3s, 6s and 9s. Children eventually move on to 7s, 11s and 12s. Children can also practice number bonds, doubles and halves and division facts using Hit the Button.
Find maths skills activity sheets HERE. Stage 1 means Year 1, Stage 2 is Year 2 etc. Children can attempt sheets from Stages below or above their year group if they need to. These downloadable sheets do not need to be printed. Children can just read the questions on screen and write on plain paper.
You can find topic-based ‘knowledge organiser’ research sheets and related home learning ideas for the current half term HERE.
Weekly homework tasks for Year 1-6 can be found on the year group blogs HERE.