Guidance on Home Learning during School Closure
Dear Parents and Carers,
To minimise the effect of our school closure on the academic progress and attainment of your child, we have created a number of documents and home learning packs
First of all, please open either the ‘Suggested timetable for EYFS’, ‘Suggested timetable for KS1’ or ‘Suggested timetable for KS2’ documents where you will find an overview of how to structure learning at home. This will help you organise the day and give you an idea of how long to spend practising every area of learning.
We have included learning packs for every year group, from Early Years to Year 6. These consist mainly of Maths and English activities for your children to complete, together with other practical ideas and a guidance for parents booklet.
We have collated hundreds of online links for your child to practise all areas of the curriculum such as Spellings, Phonics, Creative Writing and Times Tables Practice – and other subjects like History, Geography and Science. Most activities can be completed online whereas others can be done using simple resources like pen and paper.
To support and look after the mental wellbeing of your child during these challenging times, it is important that they are given breaks throughout the day. Also, please visit the Simple Mindfulness Activities for Children area where you will find many ideas to help your child (and yourself!) relax.
We are uncertain as to the length of the school closure, but we will ensure this section of our school website is updated with new resources regularly so that your child doesn’t run out of activities to complete at home.