SCHOOL CLOSURE: Ideas for home learning can be found under the headings – Our Children – Home Learning and Visit your Year Group. Well-being tips and resources can be found under Information for Parents - Support and Resources for during Coronavirus. If you need us while school is closed please email: Take care everyone and we will see you soon
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A great way to start your day, a PE lesson with Joe Wicks


Each year group page will have work for your children to do, which will be updated. 


Here is a list of useful websites which need subscriptions (and the school has a subscription) your child's username and password will be written in their reading record or can be obtained by contacting the office. - this website has a range of activities and games for all ages and follows the national curriculum. - this website contains exercise and mindfulness videos for children to join along with and can be accessed for free - exercise your body as well as your mind! - this is an american website and follows the american "grades" system, instead of our English Year groups but contains common material and is particularly good for Maths and computing. - no TV license is required unless accessing BBC iPlayer. - informational videos - likely more relevant to older learners. - full of activities and videos - for learning languages. - full of interesting videos for children to watch. - a range of listening activites for young learners - listening for different sounds is a vital building block for phonics at beginner level, take a listening walk around your house and discuss with your child different sounds that you can hear. 


TT Rockstars - this builds vital times tables skills - passwords can be found in your child's reading record or from school 


Spelling Shed - username and password are in your child's reading record or from school


If options are exhausted - reading, counting and talking with your child is good for their brain, development and well-being. 

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