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Our school has now readmitted children from our Nursery, Reception, years One, Five and Six.   We will continue to do all we can to support all children's learning during this difficult time, whether in school or learning from home. Please see the year group pages for your child, to access material that teachers will be making available.  In years 1-6, any home learning you wish to share with your child's teacher should be shared via Class Dojo.  In years N (nursery) and R (reception), please share any home learning through Tapestry.

 

Choose your year group page to find lots of suggestions for things you can do each day while we are learning from home.

 

Nursery    Reception    Year One     Year Two    Year Three     Year Four     Year Five    Year Six

Supporting your child with maths

Please click on the links here which offer you some parents' guides to the methods used in school to teach a number of mathematics areas which parents may find harder to teach:

Division

Fractions

Comparing Fractions, Decimals and percentages

Multiplication

Two resources from the PSHE association, specially prepared  to help children manage their mental health and emotional wellbeing both during this challenging period and beyond.

Making Decisions

KS1 resources

Name
 LESSON.pptxDownload
 Resource 1.pdfDownload
 Resource 2.pdfDownload
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KS2 resources

Name
 LESSON.pptxDownload
 Resource 1.pdfDownload
 Resource 2.pdfDownload
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Special People

KS1 Resources

Name
 LESSON - KS1 Home learning - Relationships - Our Special People.pptxDownload
 Resource 1 - My special people spidergram.pdfDownload
 Resource 2 - Ways we care for special people.pdfDownload
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KS2 Resources

Name
 LESSON - KS2 Home learning - Our Special People.pptxDownload
 Resource 1 - Friends and family statements.pdfDownload
 Resource 2 - Zone of relevance.pdfDownload
 Resource 3 - Friend and family scenarios.pdfDownload
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 Keeping your child safe online

  • Think you know (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet Matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent Info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net Aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

Wellbeing

 

 How Do Students Log into Class Dojo to Upload Items to Their Portfolio?  

Class Teachers will send a unique URL (web address) to parents. This will give access to your child's portfolio.  This web address must be treated as a password - kept secure and not shared. 

WELCOME BACK YEARS NURSERY, RECEPTION, ONE, FIVE AND SIX

Please watch this short video with your child(ren) which will show you a little bit about what school now looks like.  We are really pleased to be welcoming some of you back to school.

 30 Days Wild returns for a fabulous fifth year

Thousands take up challenge to go wild every day in June.  You can join in as well, Sign up for free  and go wild, 

 https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/30 days wild

30 Days Wild - Sample resources shown below

Name
 30 Days Wild Cards.pdfDownload
 30 Days Wild Wallchart.pdfDownload
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BOOKS TO SHARE WITH YOUR CHILDREN

World Stories in a variety of languages for you to share with your children.

Children/parents can read stories in their home language and also English.  

 Click on this link to access these.

Everybody Worries by Jon Burgerman

In this bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus. Fun rhyming couplets keep the tone gentle and supportive, and you will find plenty of ideas for dealing with coronavirus in a positive way.  "Everybody Worries" offers children the reassuring message that this crisis will pass, we are there for them, and we will get through this together.

Click on the book to read it with your child/ren.

My Hero is You, by Helen Patuck

This book was a project developed by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings (IASC MHPSS RG). 

Over 1,700 children, parents, caregivers and teachers from around the world took the time to share  how they were coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a story developed for and by children around the world.

Click on the book to read it with your child/ren.

 

Key Worker Bubbles Competition

This week we have been busy designing and creating a wide variety of flying objects, to culminate in a competitive event on Friday.  We had challenges to create flying creations that were:

The most decorative

The most imaginative

That flew the furthest

The largest

That could carry the most pennies over at least one meter

That stayed in the air for the longest time

The performed the best aeronautical stunts

We had a great deal of fun.  The hardest part was the judging!

Wildlife at school

We have been discovering some interesting wildlife on the school grounds recently.

Have you found any interesting creatures in your garden or while out walking or cycling?

Do you know what this is?  Mrs Holmes found it in her garden and is looking after it in the nursery.

Keeping Active

Please click here to find lots of suggestions for how to keep your family active during lockdown.

Music

Please see this page for a range of activities you might like to get involved with.

Reading

Explore this page for a whole host of ideas for reading including a link to the very popular First News.

Don't forget to also look at our other Reading pages, where there are links to audio-books and much more.