Home Learning

Welcome to all of you learning at home!

Your teachers have put together some home learning tasks for you to complete in your Home Learning books each week - they are looking forward to seeing this when school returns!

We hope that this page will provide some ideas for parents/carers about supporting learning at home.

We are not expecting the work to take the same amount of hours as a school day and strongly advocate you spend some time at home as a family; enjoying playing board games, building things, creating artwork and having fun together!

Parent Support

Top Tips to support your child at home:
  • Encourage your child to complete our weekly Home Learning 
  • Read as frequently as you can with your child 
  • Practise your child's spellings and times tables (provided in Home Learning) 
  • Encourage your child to wash their hands on a regular basis 
  • Create a timetable with your child with some structured learning time throughout the day. We suggest the following: 
8:00 am Wake Up

Have breakfast
Get dressed
Brush your teeth
Make your bed
Tidy your room

9:00 am

Home Learning

English or Maths using our Home Learning packs

10:00 am Fun Activity Drawing
Jigsaw / Puzzle
Card Game
Play as a family
Lego
Colouring
Craft
Art
Music
Cooking / Baking
Prepare Snack / Lunch
10:20 am Snack
10:30 am Home Learning English or Maths using our Home Learning packs
11:30 am PE / Exercise
12:15 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Home Learning Topic using our Home Learning packs
2:00 pm Fun Activity

 Drawing
Jigsaw / Puzzle
Card Game
Play as a family
Lego
Colouring
Craft
Art
Music
Cooking / Baking
Prepare Snack / Lunch

2:30 pm - 2:45 pm  Reading Read to parents
Share / Read together
Read to siblings

 

Useful Information

Useful Contacts

During the time whilst school is closed you may feel worried, anxious or unsafe, you can contact these organisations for support.

 

Childline

Free telephone number: 0800 1111 or  email via the website Childline.org.uk

Calling the number above will connect you to a one to one counsellor, who you can talk to about your worries.

 

Samaritans

Free telephone number: 116 123 or visit the website www.samaritans.org

The Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk anytime you like in your own way.

 

Young Minds

If you need support in a crisis or just need to talk to someone Young Minds are there to offer support.
Youngminds.org.uk

Health Advice

This weeks Home Learning
Week commencing: 30/3/20

Blue Whale

Tiger

Puffin

Panda

Polar Bear

Zebra

Leopard