Covid and Home Learning
The Prime Minister announced on the 22nd February that all primary schools are to open fully from Monday 8th March 2021. We are in the process of updating our risk assessment, which needs to ratified by our governors.
We look forward to welcoming all children back to school, using our established system of controls (keeping class bubbles separate, enhanced hand hygiene, extra cleaning protocols, staggered entry and exit to school, increased ventilation, one-way pedestrian path across site and more).
Below are a range of recommended websites to enhance the children's learning or to access in the event of your child not being able to attend school, including in the event of isolating or bubble/school closure.
In the event of your child having to isolate or their bubble/school being closed, work will be set directly by the class teacher within 2 working days. Please make use of these resources in the meantime to support your child's learning.
Visit the government funded online classroom to view all of Oak Academy’s free lessons, searchable by key stage, year or subject.
We have collected good website links for you to access materials at home to help support and develop your child's learning. There are a lot here so just investigate them gradually. Please remember to check all videos and websites before showing them to your child to make sure the content is appropriate as we are unable to guarantee that changes have not occurred from the time of posting this. We will add to them as we find ones that we recommend so please keep looking back at this page. If you have any websites or apps you think would be good to share then please email them to us so that we can take a look.
Classroom secrets. Look in the KS1 section for resources linked to each area of the curriculum
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1 BBC Bitesize - online lessons to access
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom Oak Accademy - online lessons to access at home
Home learning projects Robinhoodmat Scroll down to week by week resources for KS1
Five minute mum Good for quick, short activities.
https://www.facebook.com/thephilosophyman/posts/2787256901312108 This is a handy bank of P4C (Philosophy 4 Kids) that we use in school and maybe handy at this challenging time for adults and children
https://www.intofilm.org/?utm_source=Into+Film+-+Master&utm_campaign=550c87f6d8-home-learning-2-cl&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a1465a9b17-550c87f6d8-138437331 Lots of activities to explore films you watch with your children
Story online People reading stories to children.
Athelney Primary Great for phonic videos.
https://spellingframe.co.uk/ Spelling activities
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/Default.aspx?page=133&module=res&restopic=122&resq= NECTM maths resources for KS1 (organised by areas of the maths curriculum)
Maths Factor Carol Volderman maths activities site
https://nrich.maths.org/ How to play Dominoes and other games
https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/resources/apps Numberframes and Pattern Shapes
Childline- Calm zone Lots for breathing and wellbeing.
Pinterest cross curricular activities. Great for all areas of EYFS too. Fine motor and funky fingers are recommended.
Stem activities Search by age.
Just 2 easy Please use your child's login details.
https://explorify.wellcome.ac.uk/ Free Science activities
Supporting your child with Phonics
Take a look at some of these videos and websites to give you and your child support with phonics. Any questions then please ask one of the EYFS team.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ Log in using the school details provided
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7sW4j8p7k9D_qRRMUsGqyw Mr.T's Phonics contains videos for each of the graphemes and phonemes so is useful as a guide for how to pronounce and write each of the sounds.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=read+write+inc+phonics Read Write Inc. videos
See the resources pages on the Foundation Stage and Year 1 Resources tabs for specific videos to help with pronunciation and to provide further information.