Please find below links to resources that are suitable for many of the children to aid them in home learning. Staff will continue to add weekly tasks to each class page throughout the period of closure. Thank you for your continued support.
NATIONAL SCHOOL SPORTS AT HOME WEEK 20-26 JUNE 2020
School Sports at Home Week Resources
COLLECTIVE WORSHIP In school we have a daily collective worship where we often hear stories from the Bible, reflect on the Christian values we promote and pray together. Here are a selection of resources which can be used at home to continue this.
For a daily maths lesson for each year group visit -
TT Rockstars weekly challenge - play daily at home and each week we will announce the 'leaders' from each class on our Facebook page
READING - it is vital to keep up your child's daily reading regardless of which year group they are in.
2 year olds and Nursery children - share story books daily and encourage your child to talk about the story and the pictures. If they can, get them to retell the story or act out parts.The
re are many books for younger children now available online if you run out of ones at home.
For children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 who usually do a daily Read, Write Inc session, please visit https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/help-during-school-closure/ If you are unsure which speed sounds your child is on, please message their teacher via Tapestry or SeeSaw.
For children in Y3 and 4 (and Y5&6 if they want to) - please continue to do your accelerated reader quizzes when you have finished a book. The quizzes can be accessed at https://ukhosted30.renlearn.co.uk/2235895/Public/RPM/Login/Login.aspx?srcID=t
For children in Y5 & 6 -please complete your ReadingPlus online work including the vocabulary sections.
TIME CAPSULE - we are currently living through unprecedented times that will leave their mark on history. Below are some ideas of things that could be included in a time capsule your child and family could make.
PSHE - Below you will find resources that will support your child's personal, social, health and economic education. The idea of 'Picture News' is that the poster and resources prompt thought and discussion around a range of topics. The children are encouraged to think about the weekly topic from lots of different view points. Some of these resources are aimed at the older pupils in school but can be adapted for the younger ones too.
Do we think people will travel less in the future?
Whose job is it to protect animals in the wild?
Are tests the best way to check our learning?