Welcome to Home Learning
Our Messages to You
During lockdown we missed those of you that were at home and made a very special message for you. We hope you enjoy it! Please click here.
Mrs Machin’s Keyworker mission was well and truly accomplished. We hope you enjoy watching our very special tribute! Please click here.
Home Learning Resources
Spring Term Homework 2021
Please choose a minimum of 3 activities to complete over the half term. Take a photo of the activity and add it to your child’s portfolio on Classdojo rather than sending it in to school at this time. Your child’s teacher or a Child Champion will look at the portfolios weekly to see what your child has been doing. If you require an exercise book to do this work in please message your child’s class teacher.
Common Exception Word lists (CEW) for reading and spelling
Please click the links below to see the words your child is expected to be able to read and spell for their year group.
MENTAL MATHS HOMEWORK
This letter explains our expectations for mental maths homework.
More detail can be found here for each year group. Scroll down until you find information relevant to your child's current year group.
Each week we would like you to update your child's portfolio on dojo to show what they have been doing to work on their target.
Spring Term Homework 1
Autumn Term Homework 2
Autumn Term Homework 1
Online websites for home learning
In addition to the work that has been set by the class teacher, there are also other websites that are offering free access during this unprecedented time. Look below for the latest updated list.
The Government has released a recent news story - New major package to Support online learning. Within this news release, the Goverment discuss a resource - The National Oak Academy . This home learning resource is now in full operation andit will provide 180 video lessons each week, across a broad range of subjects from maths to art to languages, for every year group from reception through to Year 10. It was created by 40 teachers from leading schools in England and has been backed with Government funding. Our teachers are looking at it to see how we can incorporate this into our home learning packs but please have a look yourself for inspiration.
BBC Bitesize have also produced daily lessons to support home learning. Each lessons includes a video clip, information activity and links to additional work. Again, our teachers are looking at this to see how we can incorporate it into our home learning packs.
The TES have gathered together a collection of teacher-created learning resources designed to engage EYFS and primary pupils and help them learn and study outside of their usual classroom environment. All of these resources are completely free to download and use and include lessons, worksheets, workbooks and activities.