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Remote Learning

Our Remote Learning offer can be found here.

This is the Online Learning Platform which we are using during periods of School Closure.

Learning Links


 Daily lessons for all age ranges. These can be viewed live or replayed. BBC Lessons on a range of different subjects. French, Art, Computing, English, Geography, History, Maths, Music, PE, PSHE, RE, Science and even some new learning areas including Mandarin!

 

Oak National Academy has a wide variety of lessons produced and recommended by the Government.

 

Children everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being children. Some stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Explore the collection, select a title and start listening.

 

Why not learn a new language? There are over 30 languages on this website, free to access with learning resources!

 

Teach Your Monster to Read is a completely free online   learning resource. It's been provided by a charity, the   Usborne Foundation, as a way of helping children learn to  read.
The game's primary aim is to develop children's speed and accuracy of grapheme (letter) recognition.
Children work through each grapheme (in the same order as Letters and Sounds) practising each one using one of four minigames.

 

Typically completed by 5-11 year olds, CREST Star and SuperStar challenges relate to everyday experiences. Children complete eight activities to gain a CREST Award, with each activity taking between 45 minutes and 1 hour to complete.

The activities are designed to be easy-to-run and low-cost. You don’t need to be a teacher, have a science background or have access to specialist equipment to run them. The packs contain helpful hints and tips for you to use, explaining the scientific themes and offering guidance on conversation topics for your children.

 

A fun colourful website with animation and games introducing touch typing to children aged 7 to 11. 

 
 
Mathletics is the next generation in learning, helping students enjoy maths and improve their results.
 

  

Phonics Play - Here you will find lots of information for parents about phonics including: what exactly phonics is, how it is taught in UK schools and suggestions for helping pre-schoolers prepare for learning phonics. You will also find lots of games and ideas to explore with children at home. 

WOW Science - Science activities, games, videos and experiments for Primary aged children.

 

Top Marks - Interactive Maths Activities.

 

Maths Zone - Maths games on a variety of topics.

 

Oxford Owl - Educational activities and games. eBook library for 3- to 11-year-olds.

 

ICT Games - English and Maths games, mainly aimed at children between 5 and 8 years old.

 

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Children and young people may be worried about the impact of coronavirus, social distancing or self-isolation. Those who already have mental health difficulties such as anxiety might be finding things particularly tough. Talk to them about what’s happening, check how they’re feeling and keep them as well informed as you can.

 

Whatever your worry they are there for you. They have 1:1 counsellor chat facilities too. Phone 0800 1111 or go to their website.

They also have other great areas too including:

Calm Zone

Latest COVID guidance

Information and advice

 

 

This social story from @ELSA Support may help explain the Coronavirus to children.

 

CBeebies Calm - On the CBeebies website there are seven techniques for helping children to stay calm.

 

Youngminds - go to the website or there is also a Parents Helpline 0808 802 5544

 

Call the NSPCC helpline if you're worried about a child, even if you're unsure, contact our professional counsellors for help, advice and support. Call or email help@nspcc.org.uk or telephone 0808 800 5000. In school there is aways a Safeguarding Lead available; Mrs Marks (Safeguarding Lead), Mrs Cresswell, Miss Oakley, Mrs Mason and Mrs Cherryman (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads).