LEARNING AT HOME
If your child is self-isolating (but well enough to work) please click on their year group for suggested activities. If a school 'bubble' is closed then the class teacher will set work through Seesaw for the class. You can find login details for seesaw in the back of your child's home school diary.
A few useful websites and Home Learning Packs
Here are a list of some useful websites that can be used alongside the work that class teachers are issuing each week. After Easter weekly work will be posted on year group pages each week.
Times Tables Rockstars – All children have logins in the Home School Planner (email school if you can’t find your login details)
Lots of maths games – select a topic for different games
Accelerated Reader – quiz for any books your child brings home from school and reads, or search for a book your child has read at home. Children can access the quizzes between 9am and 3.30pm
All children have logins in the Home School Planner (email school if you can’t find your login details)
Find out information and fascinating facts about a range of topics, included quizzes for children to complete. Useful research for topic
Brain Pop Junior – some nice animated videos and quizzes linked to science, maths, English, art and music. Content is from America but easy to use website which is engaging for children.
https://jr.brainpop.com/ Username: HallamFields Password: School2020
National Trust - Get your kids closer to nature with ’50 things to do before you’re 11¾’. There’s plenty of outdoor activities to do all year round, from watching the sunset to creating some wild art. Plan your next adventure here. Some which can hopefully be done in your back garden.
BBC Science – learn and revise with animated videos
BBC Learning Zone: Ages 7-11 – Short films
50 fun things to do at home with kids
GoNoodle® engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are!
Scratch Animation – create animations or play on someone else’s creation
Year 3 Home Learning Resources
Year 4 Home Learning Resources
Year 5 Home Learning Resources
Year 6 Home Learning Resources
We also appreciate the sharing of resources by many different providers to allow home access during these times