There are many amazing websites that are offering free subscriptions or access at this difficult time to support parents with home schooling. Hopefully you are able to use some of these resources to support you and your children at home. Keep checking the class page as I will add more as I find them.
Twinkl is offering free access with a one month ultimate membership (completely free of charge). You just need to go the the website
www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS
Joe Wicks Workout - Every weekday from 9am - 9.30am join Joe Wicks (body coach) live on his youtaube channel: The Body Coach TV. The workouts are also accessible after they have gone live.
Phonics Play has fun, interactive phonics games. You just need to log in using these: Username: march20 Password: home
Oxford Owl has an ebook library with 100 free texts to read across all age ranges from 3-11 years. You can select the age range or book band level. You just need to register an account (this is totally free).
BBC bitesize - resources for children of all ages across the whole curriculum. Select primary and then your key stage.
BBC Teach - live and pre-recorded video lessons from popular BBC presenters
Book Trust - story books and games
The Artful Parent - fun craft, art and creative projects
Audible Stories - Amazon's Audible has launched Audible Stories, a new service providing free audiobooks to kids and teenagers everywhere.
We're 'nuts' about learning!
Autumn Term: Invaders and Settlers
Spring Term: The Rainforest
Summer Term: Ancient Egypt
Each term we produce a Curriculum Map that details what the children will learn.
The Curriculum Maps are designed to give as much information as possible
about what the children will be learning at school each
term so that they can be supported at home.
For our Topic Web and Newsletter please refer to the documents tab below.
Our School Council Representatives are:
Laila Kempton and Ollie Garner
However this term the children have been asked to complete a mini project on a chosen aspect of the rainforest.
They will conduct their own research and present their work in a file/folder, with illustrations, maps and pictures, as well as hand written notes.
Also remember to practise the spellings from the inside cover of your homework book.