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School Closed due to the Coronavirus Emergency

The teaching staff have produced work that that can be done off-site. The children are not being asked to learn new things from the school curriculum; they need a teacher for that. So the work is pitched at a level that children should be able to access. All families are likely to have different needs. Some families will have parents that have to work from home and not able to work with their children. Other families will be different. Teachers have set work initially for a period of two weeks. If the closure is longer, more work will be added. Each year group have been set different work. Class EW (Resourced Provision) have also different work set. If families want more work, they can use the resources that are also availbale on the website. We have written a suggested timetable to help parents structure the day:

Work for your child

Other information

Mrs Helen Smith (ELSA) will be available by phone between 9am and 12pm every week day from Monday 23rd March 2020 . Her priority will be for contact with the children she usually works with. If parents or carers require help, please contact Mrs Smith between 1pm and 3pm. The number to call is 07563384044. Please be patient and please only call at the appropriate time.

The school office will be open for calls between 9am and 12pm. Please call 01252 666846. 

If you need help with any of the work please search for an answer on You Tube… there are lots of posts by teachers that explain how to do things. If this fails then you can email the school and the class teacher will endeavour to answer. Please start your emails with… Year group then class name and then your child’s name. The email address is: [email protected] the office staff will forward your email to the class teacher.

Click here for a Kid’s Guide to the Coronavirus.

Click here for a Kid’s Guide to the Coronavirus for younger children.

Joe Wicks daily Twitter workout – The Body Coach (@thebodycoach)

Miss Lloyds’ Friday SCARF Activity: Firstly, I hope you are well. I have looked at the resources and I think for this week I would just like to set children to read Harold’s daily diary. It has some amazing ideas for kids to do and they can reply to him if they want to as well. Firstly, I hope you are well. I have looked at the resources and I think for this week I would just like to set children to read Harold’s daily diary. It has some amazing ideas for children to do and they can reply to him if they want to as well. Here is the link for the website: https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/harolds-daily-diary

Mrs Grey’s Music Activity: Music has an extraordinary power to lift us when we feel low, energise us when we feel tired, so I would encourage you to try and sing a song once a day. To help Out of the Ark are  releasing seven songs, one for each day, all with challenges and activities related to each song. These will be added to every week for the next few weeks. Here is the link to the website: https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/

Miss Thomas’ computing advice: Online safety information. Click here for the link to the ‘Think U Know’ website if you want to find out about staying safe online.

Additional Home Learning Activities:

A reminder:  Children can also access work set on Bug Club, MyMaths, Times Tables Rock Stars and Purple Mash. Click here for the link.  Bitesize KS2 is useful because it contains work for all of the subjects we teach, children can choose from the subjects they study at school. 

Geography Home Learning Project

History Home Learning Project

Stonehenge Project

Other Suggested Activities

Below are useful resources for the mathematics work:

0 to 100 number line

-20 to 20 number line

100 square

200 square

Blank tens frame

Decimals to fractions poster

Fraction wall

Multiplication square

Place value counter

Place value sticks and blocks

Place value table including decimals