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Remote Learning website pages

As a school we are providing remote learning online and you can access this via the school website. However, we want to ensure you have a wealth of other resources which you can access to keep the children engaged with their learning.

We have put a list of different websites which your children can use to access a variety of different and exciting learning tools. Don’t forget that we already have fantastic resources which your children have all got logins to.

Furthermore, the BBC have launched ‘Lessons on screen’ which can be tuned into by the television. BBC iPlayer and the Red Button service will host Bitesize Daily. These are six different 20-minute shows, each designed to target a specific age group, from ages five to 14, and for pupils throughout the UK. Experts and teachers will be involved, covering what should be learned that day for the different year groups and key stages. Maths, Science and English will be covered in dedicated programmes, and other subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Art will also be covered.

 

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities)

All subject areas:

https://www.thenational.academy/

 

Eyecanlearn 

Activities relating to visual skills including memory, sequencing and perception

http://eyecanlearn.com/perception/memory/

 

BBC Bitesize

Support and resources for different subject areas.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh9v382

 

Links to lots of useful resources aimed at learners with SEND.

https://www.senteacher.org/

 

Empowering Little Minds:

This fantastic website has a bank of activities which you can set up with your children to explore different Sensory or Messy Play Activities.

https://www.empoweringlittleminds.co.uk/resources-1

 

Reading

Oxford Owl have a range of free e-books, some with audio, for you to enjoy at home:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

EYFS (Nursery and Reception)

All subject areas:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

https://www.thenational.academy/

 

Phonics for all: 

www.Phonicsplay.co.uk

Username: march20

Password: home

 

Music

Karen who comes in and teaches music to our lower year groups has set up a stay in and play group on Facebook to keep people connected. She will lead a story, songs and games. She would like you to join her on Facebook by following the link below.

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/140624180689106/

 

Twinkl

This online learning hub was initially created for teachers but it has adapted itself for homeschooling as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. It has lesson ideas, activities and live videos for KS1 to KS4.

There's lots of activities to download for free, including worksheets to label countries, flags, states and cities alongside packs of teaching materials, which include powerpoints and visual aids which have specifically been created to accommodate parents at home.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

 

P.E with Joe Wicks

 

Want to get active as a family? Sign in every day with Joe Wicks and get fit at 9am daily. Who will be able to get a shout out on his live P.E lesson?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8

 

Empowering Little Minds:

This fantastic website has a bank of activities which you can set up with your children to explore different Sensory or Messy Play Activities.

https://www.empoweringlittleminds.co.uk/resources-1

 

Reading

Oxford Owl have a range of free e-books, some with audio, for you to enjoy at home:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2)

All subject areas:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

https://www.thenational.academy/

 

Curriculum-mapped video resources:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ks1/zn2n92p

 

Geography:

National Geographic Kids: This has a variety of facts, games, quizzes and activities to set KS1 children, such as finding plastic pollution solutions, how to make paper straws and facts about species of animals. There’s also a detailed section dedicated to explaining the coronavirus to children and how it can spread across the globe and why travel isn’t permitted, which is a helpful tool in deciphering a strange, complicated time.

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/?awc=19533_1610026244_c18a891fb44dc9f475838aedae9e360a

 

Twinkl

This online learning hub was initially created for teachers but it has adapted itself for homeschooling as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. It has lesson ideas, activities and live videos for KS1 to KS4.

There's lots of activities to download for free, including worksheets to label countries, flags, states and cities alongside packs of teaching materials, which include powerpoints and visual aids which have specifically been created to accommodate parents at home.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

 

BBC Bitesize

Each programme is 20 minutes and there are six a day from the BBC, with lessons available for students from KS1 to GCSE level.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/z7svr82

 

Maths, Maths, Maths!

Carol Vorderman has allowed parents to access her resources FOR FREE! Check out the website below and get involved:

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

 

Want a daily writing challenge?

Super Sentence Stacking with Jane Considine is on this channel YOUTUBE channel where she’ll be streaming live English sessions for children of all ages. Get involved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs3rCIhtQso

 

P.E with Joe Wicks

Want to get active as a family? Sign in every day with Joe Wicks and get fit at 9am daily. Who will be able to get a shout out on his live P.E lesson?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8

 

Reading

Oxford Owl have a range of free e-books, some with audio, for you to enjoy at home:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

 

Key Stage 2 (Year 3, 4, 5 and 6)

All subject areas:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

https://www.thenational.academy/

 

Curriculum-mapped video resources

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ks2/zvh3jhv

 

Geography

Whether your child is in Key Stage 1 or studying for their GCSEs, there’s content for everyone. 

Year 6 students can learn about settlements, while those in Year 4 have a lesson on maps, including learning how to read them and about compass points and Year 7 can learn about weather and climate.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/z2f3cdm

 

Twinkl

This online learning hub was initially created for teachers but it has adapted itself for homeschooling as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. It has lesson ideas, activities and live videos for KS1 to KS4.

There's lots of activities to download for free, including worksheets to label countries, flags, states and cities alongside packs of teaching materials, which include PowerPoints and visual aids which have specifically been created to accommodate parents at home.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

 

History

The British Museum; Although the actual museum has of course temporarily closed its doors, that doesn't mean we can't still access its enormous wealth of knowledge. It has created an interactive learning tool to allow you to visually explore history across the five continents through its artefacts; Asia, Africa, Americas, Europe and Oceania which goes from modern day all the way back to 2000 BC.

In it, you can pick from themes such as art and design, religion and beliefs and trade and conflict to allow kids to learn from all aspects of the artefacts and information currently housed in the museum. It’s suitable for KS2 and above.

https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/

 

BBC Bitesize;

Each programme is 20 minutes and there are six a day from the BBC, with lessons available for students from KS1 to GCSE level.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/z7svr82

 

What Was There

Another interactive tool is What Was There, which has photos from different cities across the globe, in different time periods, with dates and a little information on each picture.

While it isn’t as comprehensive as The British Museum, it is a good starting point for a lesson to help kids focus and learn a little about their own surroundings in history, such as what London looked like during the Blitz.

http://www.whatwasthere.com//browse.aspx

 

 

Maths, Maths, Maths!

 Carol Vorderman has allowed parents to access her resources FOR FREE! Check out the website below and get involved:

 https://www.themathsfactor.com/

 

Want a daily writing challenge?

 Super Sentence Stacking with Jane Considine is on this channel YOUTUBE channel where she’ll be streaming live English sessions for children of all ages. Get involved.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs3rCIhtQso

 

Science

https://www.stem.org.uk/remote-lessons/key-stage-2

 

P.E with Joe Wicks

Want to get active as a family? Sign in every day with Joe Wicks and get fit at 9am daily. Who will be able to get a shout out on his live P.E lesson?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8

 

Reading

Oxford Owl have a range of free e-books, some with audio, for you to enjoy at home:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

 

Most of all, remember we are hear to support you and your children during these difficult times. Please ensure you call the school with any queries and we will do our best to work with you.

 

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