From June 8th, school will be opening for Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.
Staff will teach children in small bubbles, from the national curriculum but will not be marking work.
The most practical way for children at home to learn is by following the Oak National Academy, White Rose Maths or BBC Bitesize for daily English and Maths lessons. Children can then access the broader curriculum by following the alternative suggested links or work listed below. Sites such as Times Tables Rockstars and Bug Club should also be used to compliment learning.
Remember to continue to teach children about life:
Tying shoelaces and ties! Baking! Wildlife! Gardening! Telling the time!
Any additional work or information for specific year groups can be found at the bottom of this page.
Below is a link to a fantastic online resource to read plenty of books.
Follow this instructions to support your search for a 'Great Read'.
Click on the link and find Science Units for Year groups 1-6. Follow the powerpoint and complete the work set.
You could even create your own experiments at home.
Why not go on a bug hunt?
Capitalise on the resurgence of interest in space exploration, thanks to the recent SpaceX launch, with these resources provided by the government.
PE and Active Learning Resources
On the link below you will find fantastic ideas to help support PE Home Learning, Active Breaks and 60 Second Challenges - all resources have been produced from the Youth Sport Trust. Please enjoy and take care!
Here is an exciting and different learning opportunity!
If your Key Stage 2 child (Year 3 or above) loves The Lion King or really enjoys the theatre then why not try this 11 session scheme of learning, with tasks that you can complete at home?!
Below is a guide on how to access the course, with pictures, to help you get involved. You can even gain a certificate at the end once you have completed it! Have fun.