Weekly timetables and activities will be coming to you via Parentmail.
With many families self-isolating and children missing school we have created this area so that you can keep on track with learning whilst you are absent.
Don't forget reading is one of the best ways of learning and improving your skills for both reading and writing.
For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Explore the collection, select a title and start listening.
It's that easy.
Whilst you're at home it would be a great opportunity to enter our photography competition. Every family can submit one photo related to food. It could be your favourite family meal, a photo of you and your family creating something delicious or an artistic picture of your fruit bowl!
Our children are going to spending more time online so it is important to continue to keep them safe. Try using this time to learn more about staying safe when online. Click on the link below for home learning ideas.
There are a number of websites which have content in the form of games and activities- some of them are listed here.
My Maths login- you should have your username and password
Numbots (for Reception and Year 1) - we are currently working on getting this up and running, please bear with us. Keep checking back to see when it's available.
White Rose Maths- Lessons for all year groups
Phonics Play- login using the username: march20 and password: home
You will need to create an account with Oxford Owl - but its free!
Busy Things- login with your child's lgfl USO
Tynker- Coding for kids
Discovery Education- some free resources
You Tube channels:
- Crash Course kids- Science
- Scishow kids- Science
- Geek Gurl Daries- technology
Click on the image below to access ready made home learning books filled with cross-curricular activities.
Click on the link below to access BBC teach, a wealth of curriculum mapped video resoures. Screen mirror them from phones to your TV! Live lessons are fascinating.