Owing to current circumstances, some children will need to stay at home for various reasons throughout this academic year including general illness and those that need to self-isolate.
Below are some useful learning links that can be used at home should children be well enough to complete school work. They do not need to return this work to school and can choose which activities to complete.
When there is the option to choose which year group activities to complete, your child should choose the level most appropriate to their own learning needs. For example, your child may find it more fitting to complete work from higher year groups if they need more challenge and vice versa.
From the beginning of October, should whole bubbles be sent home from school, Google Classroom will be used to facilitate home learning. Work will be uploaded by teachers for all subjects. Throughout September, pupils are setting up their Google Classroom page within their Computer Studies lessons. Details relating to the use of Google Classroom will be sent out to parents on Friday 18th September 2020.
Oak National Academy: Online lessons covering all year groups and a range of subjects.
White Rose Maths: Online maths lessons covering all year groups.
BBC Bitesize Daily: Online lessons covering all year groups and a range of subjects.
Timestable Rockstars: Key Stage 2 have log-in details and can practice times tables and quick maths recall skills.
Key Stage 2 Spelling Booklets: Pupils can practice their weekly spellings and get a head start over their class-mates!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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