We appreciate that these are unprecedented times, below are some suggestions to support your time at home. It is not a list to follow and some will fit your children and some will not, but hopefully they will be useful! The document at the bottom has several websites as well as those detailed below. We will continue to update this as we discover more resources to support your home learning. Remember to also spend time as a family, go for a walk or take a virtual tour of museums via Google Arts and Culture. You could play board games, bake, learn an instrument! Reading is a great way to spend some time, World Book Online has just made 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available free for children.
BBC school radio
There are many programmes including audio books. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p007g5y4
Free at the moment. Offers animated movies on topics in maths, science and English
Lots of games to support English and Maths skills. www.educationcity.co.uk
Starting Monday 23rd March at 9am, Joe will be using his youtube channel to do a 30 minute work out for children at home https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=share&v=K6r99N3kXME
j.mp/LLFcovid19 This link will take you to resources and online activities to promote writing.
Excellent for using for lessons as well as homework. Please complete any activities you would like, remember you can access different year groups if you feel your child needs a challenge or a bit of revision in a particular aspect of the curriculum. www.mymaths.co.uk
Now Press Play
Access through http://nowpressplay.co.uk/learn-at-home/ and use password parentmailed earlier in the week. There are 21 learning experiences from Foundation Stage to KS2 for the children to take part in.
Oxford Reading Tree
Books from the reading scheme available online for free https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/
They are offering free online learning sessions through this link https://discover.planbee.com/home-learning-enrolment They will be starting next week.
Family learning ideas for Science and technology through https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/family-activities
Great resource for revision of multiplication and division facts.
From the organisation behind Ted talks. This is lessons from around the world in a wide range of subjects. Free during closures. https://ed.ted.com/parent
Free during school closures. Offers coding lessons. https://www.tynker.com/parents/