In the event of needing to complete a spell of remote learning, please use some of the below suggestions to keep you busy and your brain active.
Helpful sites for multiple subjects:
BBC Bitesize is a brilliant site which offers a wide range of subjects at different age groups of learning. They offer a 'Lockdown Learning' section which provide lessons to help support remote learning by providing videos, information, quizzes and practice activities. To access BBC Bitesize - Click here.
Another really useful website which covers the whole curriculum is Oak National Academy. They also provide full lessons in numerous subjects. You could pick a lesson that you would like more practise with or choose a subject which we don't do at school and learn something completely new. For the Oak National Academy - Click here.
Twinkl is also a really useful sites for all sorts of resources; from additional worksheets to mindfulness colouring and much, much more. They currently have a 'Parents Hub' section which gives advice for supporting your child with home learning. To access this site - Click here.
Please read as much as you can. It could be a new story or one that you love (and have read over and over again!) Read aloud to someone in your family as well as taking time to relax with a good book by yourself.
If you have run out of books, the following sites allow free access to some ebooks:
-Borrow Box - Click here.
-Oxford Owl - Click here.
Why not try some creative writing by using different images and coming up with imaginative stories. We often use Pobble365, which not only gives you a different image everyday but also gives you a story starter, questions, sentences to uplevel and much, much more. To access Pobble365, for free - Click here.
Alternatively, you could access the free resources from The Literacy Shed. We frequently use videos from this site to write narratives. Most videos also come with some 'teaching ideas' to help if you are unsure of what to do. For The Literacy Shed - Click here.
If you feel that a little more practise with your spellings would be useful, 'Spelling Training' allows you to type in your own word list to practise, or you can use a pre-loaded list. Once you have chosen your words, there are lots of free games to help you learn your words. To access this website - Click here.
We follow the White Rose Scheme for our maths lessons.
You can find workbooks for each year group and each 'block' of learning - Click here.
These are free to download and may be useful if you are waiting to be sent work from school, via Teams. There is also some information for Parents - Click here.
We also subscribe to TTRockstars, so please continue to practise your times tables as these are vital for so many principles in maths - Click here.
Other sites which you may find useful are:
-TopMarks - Click here.
-MathsFrame - Click here.
-Oxford Owl Maths - Click here.
If you would like to complete some Science work, please take a look at Oak National Academy or BBC Bitesize for some fun and exciting ideas.
We really want you to stay as active as possible whilst you are away from school. Please make sure that you spend time outside in your gardens or going for walks.
If you are inside, you could take part in a fitness activity such as interval training, yoga or dance (to name just a few).
GoNoodle is a good site for some active ideas - Click here.
Cosmic Yoga - Click here.
PE with Joe - 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.
Humanities (History and Geography):
On the Horrible Histories webpage, there are lots of videos, games and even songs to help you learn about the past - Click here.
BBC Bitesize has a 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 also have lots of online lessons for a range of History and Geography topics - Click here.
Looking after our mental health:
Place2Be have compiled a list of 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 - Click here.