Home learning

Please see the letter below for information regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. 

 

Scroll down further for links to useful home learning resources.

 

A number of curriculum and year group experts have created a set of brilliant home learning projects which can be completed by your child in the event that schools are closed for a set duration. In creating the Learning Projects, we fully acknowledge that they cannot replace the quality of learning your child receives at school however; the focus has been on creating a set of projects that all children can access to maximise their learning whilst at home.

This link is: https://www.robinhoodmat.co.uk/learning-projects/ 

 

Hungry Little Minds offers ideas and activities for helping your child to learn at home. These are ideal for children up to the age of 5. 

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/

 

Twinkl, a popular website for teachers, are currently offering access for parents to help to provide teaching resources at home. Follow the link and use the code CVDTWINKLHELPS to get your free access. 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer 

 

BGFL 365 offers a host of tools for children to work on projects at home. Why not choose a task from your class homework grid, accessible under the ‘Pupils’ tab, and create a Word document or PowerPoint presentation to show what you have your learned? You can also access J2Blast which includes spelling and maths games for children. 

https://login.bgfl365.uk/

 

Use the following link to access Times Table Rockstars, a hugely popular website at Kitwell. Can you make it to the top of the leaderboard?

https://ttrockstars.com/

 

NRich provide lots of maths activities and games to help children develop as mathematicians.

https://nrich.maths.org/primary

 

Stem.org.uk offer help and support with teaching science, computing and different curriculum topics.

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources/curated-collections/primary-0

 

The Body Coach channel on YouTube provides daily PE lessons at 9:00am each morning that you can participate in at home.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhFmi_OaBG4

 

Code.org is a useful resource that provides video lessons and games to help children learn to code.

https://code.org/student/elementary

 

Pearson have a range of resources on their website, including a home planner to help children, parents and carers to manage timetables and routines at home.

https://www.pearson.com/uk/learners.html?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=GBEDGN0320COVID

 

Each day Harold from Coram Life Education will be giving children positive, fun messages about what he’s doing to stay happy and healthy while he’s off school, separated from his friends. He’ll invite the children to join in with activities he’s doing.

https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/harolds-daily-diary

 

Into Film offer discussion points and activities for fifty films for young people. Follow the link below to find a suitable film guide for your family.

https://www.intofilm.org/news-and-views/articles/film-guides-to-use-at-home

For a handy times table learning pack from Third Space Learning, please click to download the files below. There’s a useful parent’s guide to help you get started too. 

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 Ultimate Times Tables Pack - Parent Guide.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-1.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-2.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-3.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-4.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-5.pdfDownload
 Ultimate-Times-Tables-Tests-Year-6.pdfDownload
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