Learning at home
Home Timetable Help
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On this page you will find resources to support you in delivering our remote learning offer at home.
These resources and ideas can be used in addition to the daily work set through Seesaw to help structure your child's day, build routines and keep them learning.
Subject websites and resources
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It is important that your child remains physically active during their time at home. We understand that exercise may be difficult when stuck inside the house, so we have provided a series of videos of activities that can be done at home that are suitable for the whole family. These videos are presented by Primary School PE teachers and are linked to the Primary PE National Curriculum. You don’t need to be in PE kit and you don’t need sports equipment. All of the videos will use things that you can find around the home.
Please be aware that the videos provided link into YouTube, and children should be supervised whilst taking part.
Additional Activities for Home Learning
Please find below a list of useful websites and apps that we subscribe to as a school.
Your child will have logins for these websites and should be familiar with their use.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unable to login or need
Floppy’s Phonics (EY & KS1)
Click on ‘My Class Login’ and enter the details your child has been given. This will open up access to our Floppy’s Phonics scheme as well as a range of online reading books.
App: Mathletics Students (downloadable free from App store)
A series of games and activities that will support your child’s learning.
Activities to support learning of spellings. Children should login using the same details as their Mathletics login.
Timestables Rockstars (KS2)
App: Times Tables Rockstars (downloadable free from App store)
Times tables related games to help embed knowledge of times tables.
Purple Mash (All Year Groups)
Additional games and activities to support all areas of the curriculum.
ThinkuKnow Home activity packs - whole school )
These home activity packs a have been created to cover different areas of online safety for each age range, using ThinkuKnow resources.
They require some adult supervision.
See here for details: Online safety home activity worksheets (thinkuknow.co.uk)