Keeping Safe Whilst Online
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD STAYS SAFE WHILST THEY ARE ONLINE. INFORMATION ON E-SAFETY (INCLUDING HOW TO REPORT CONCERNS) MAY BE ACCESSED FROM THE E-SAFETY PAGES OF THE SCHOOL'S WEBSITE.
The Think You Know How website has e-safety related activities for families to undertake at home. Each only takes about fifteen minutes. Click on the following links to access the relevant resources.:
Fun Creative Activities
The National Education Union (NEU) has resources for parents/carers on their website.
Supporting Children's Resilience
You may find this document useful to help your child understand their feelings and emotions and promote resilience.
Activities for Home
The BBC has launched a new platform "BBC Bitesize" for online learning. Lessons cover a range of subjects and age groups. Click here to access.
The BBC is also screening educational programmes for primary aged children every morning on its CBBC television channel.
Blue Peter has also gone online during the National Lockdown of January 2021 and has set-up a You Tube channel.
The Kingsway curriculum includes the learning of french. You can access french lessons at home from BBC Bitesize.
Alternatively, why not try the "Duolingo" app? The whole family could learn a new language for free. There are 30 languages to choose from!
Mantra Lingua (UK) are currently offering families free access to e-books until 31st August 2020. Click on their website to find out more.
Click on the image below to access daily ideas for keeping active.
It's really important to try and stay active. Click here for some ideas of activities to try at home.
General Phonics Websites and Apps
Books to Read
Children will have the url addresses with their logins/passwords for the platforms they use in school in their Mission Books.
Other useful resources
free daily activities to support learning at home - see attached letter.