Supporting Learning at Home

September 2020:

As we adjust to 'the new normal', there may be a time when home learning is required. This could be either becuase your family have to self-isolate and therefore your child/children can't attend school, or because we have had to close a whole class bubble. In these circumstances, we will provide learning to be done at home.

If this has to happen, we will provide a 10 day home learning pack  for children to complete. Class teachers will be available to provide support. via email as required. Children's work can be emailed back, or sent into school, for staff to provide feedback as necessary.  

The following documents give further information about our remote learning provision in the event of whole or part school closures:

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Plan

There are lots of different ways children can continue their learning at home, in addition to the learning we provide. Explore the links below to find out about the exciting learning opportunities out there.

 Maths activities:

White Rose Maths (Daily Maths Lessons, including videos)

Maths Zone

Times Table Rockstars (Practise your multiplication tables)

Hit the Button (Improve your mental recall of key maths facts)

English activities:

Oxford Owl (Phonics, spelling, reading and e-book access)

The Book Trust (STEM themed books, Top 100 new books and much more!)

General learning activities:

Project Britain (British history and culture)

Primary Homework Help (Topic related learning)

BBC Bitesize

National Geographic Kids

SEND activities:

Inclusion activities

Please find each class Home Learning Pack below:

Willows

Some children in Willows may have already started the first learning pack, so there is an additional home learning pack below.

Junipers

Chestnuts

Maples

Sycamores

Additional fun activities during school closures:

 

Edinburgh Zoo Live Webcams (Will you watch the pandas, penguins, tigers, koalas?)

National Gallery, London - Virtual Tour (Explore famous paintings and have a go at creating your own version)

National History Museum, London - Virtual Tour (What scientific discoveries would you like to explore today?)

British Museum, London - Virtual Tour