Welcome to our Home Learning page. During the recent period of school closures, we provided a range of home learning activities and all children from Year 2 upwards had the opportunity to borrow a school Chromebooks to allow them to access online lessons. For further information on how to use the Chromebooks, click here: Chromebooks – guidance on how to access Google Classroom. Children also received home learning packs containing:

  • a maths study book (Year 6 can use their SATs revision books)
  • a letter detailing their passwords
  • for Key Stage 2 children, instructions on how to access Google Classroom
  • new reading books
  • spelling lists

Key Stage 2

Children in Key Stage 2 are encouraged to use Google Classroom, if they are able. This will allow Mr Farmer and Mr Laithwaite to set work each day and children will be able to contact their teacher if they need extra support. They have a maths study book, have access to a range of online activities and should continue with regular reading and daily spelling (Look, Cover, Write, Check) practice.

Key Stage 1

Those in Key Stage 1 have been provided with either a home activity book (Year 1) or a maths study book (Year 2). They should read regularly with an adult and spend time each day doing an online maths/phonics activity and their daily spelling (Look, Cover, Write, Check) practice.

Reception children will be provided with a pack containing a range of activities to encourage the skills they have been learning in school.


Here are some of the online resources mentioned. We recommend that children should use them ‘little and often’ rather than doing them in one long session.

Maths

Times Tables Rock Stars * – a fantastic way to practise times tables. Keep checking for the latest ‘Battle of the Bands’ challenges!

Numbots * – addition and subtraction solved

Hit The Button – quick fire maths practise for 5-11 year olds

English

Dance Mat Typing – a fun way to learn touch typing

SPAG.com * – a range of grammar and punctuation tests for Year 6 which can be completed online

Phonics Play * – interactive phonics games for teaching letters and sounds

The websites marked * require a password. These have been sent out to each child. If children need any help or support with their work, they can contact their class teacher using the ‘Stream’ section of Google Classroom. 

Other useful sites:

BBC Bitesize – a range of daily lessons for each year group

Oak National Academy – more daily lessons across the curriculum

Imoves – fun activities to keep children happy, healthy and focused.

Scratch – creative computer programming

Blue Peter Badges – find out how you can earn one of your own!

DK Findout – lots of activities and quizzes

NGKids – lots of articles and games to explore