Useful links and information for home learning
- We use Read Write Inc Phonics scheme to teach children to read, write and spell. To find out more about it - Click here.
- Teach your Monster to read is a fun, free online game - Click here.
- Try to set time aside each day for reading. This might be you reading independently, reading with an adult or listening to a story.
- Cumbria Library offer free E-books and audio books through BorrowBox - Click here.
- The Literacy Shed is home to lots of engaging with videos accompanied by tasks to complete after watching. To access this - Click here.
- Oxford Owl provides lots of top tips and activities for creative writing - Click here.
- At Langdale, we follow the White Rose Scheme for our maths. For more information - Click here.
- All children will also have a log in for TT rockstars and Numbots. To access this - Click here. If you are unsure of your login details, please contact Miss Ashcroft.
- Oak Academy have lessons for all different science topics - Click here.
- BBC Bitesize have a range video clips, games and informative pages for science - Click here.
Humanities (History and Geography)
- Follow the link to find the Horrible Histories webpage. There are lots of videos, games and even songs to help you learn about the past - Click here.
- BBC Bitesize have lot of information for both History and Geography. There are lots of video clips, games, quizzes and informative pages to support your learning whilst at home - Click here.
- Oak Academy have lots of online lessons for a range of History and Geography topics - Click here.
Art and Design / DT
- Place2Be have a range of creative projects for children to complete at home. 'Each project offers space to explore an engaging theme through stories, art and conversation' - Click here.
- BBC Bitesize have a wide range of art and design video clips focusing on practising artistic techniques and learning about famous artists - Click here.
- BBC Bitesize has lots of useful resources if you wish to practise your French skills whilst working away from school. To access this - Click here.
- Try to stay active during remote learning and aim to complete one form of exercise per day. Outdoor exercise (such as walking or playing football in the garden) is encouraged.
- Some alternative indoor suggestions are:
-GoNoodle - Click here.
-Cosmic Yoga - Click here.
-PE with Joe - Click here.
Looking after our mental health:
- Place2Be have compiled a list of a well-being activities to support children through the current situation we find ourselves in. These activities include stories, videos, art sessions, talking points and managing feelings ideas. Follow the link for more information - Click here.