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Home Learning

If your child is self isolating, work will be set by their teachers everyday on our virtual learning platform, Seesaw.

What if my child's entire class and class teacher are self isolating?

  • 9:00am - Activities will be available for your child

  • 9:30-10:00 - Seesaw Starter Zoom: Children will have contact with their class teachers to set them off. Teachers will explain the day's tasks and model new and existing concepts

  • 10:00-2:30 - Pupils will work as usual at home. Teachers will responds. Usual daily subjects that would be taught at school will be covered wherever possible.

  • 2:30-3:00 - Seesaw Summary Zoom: This will be an opportunity for teachers and children to check in, ask questions and share work. 

Daily tasks set by your child's class teacher can be found through Seesaw:

Here are some wonderful online learning links that your child may find interesting:

  • Oaks Academy - over 10,000 free lessons
  • BBC Bitesize 
  • West Ham United - Virtual Holiday Hammers (link)
  • PE with Joe Wicks – Weekdays from 9am (link)
  • Dance lessons with Oti Mabuse  - Weekdays (link)
  • Bear Grylls 100 indoor survivial challenges (link)
  • Tate museum online (link)
  • Natural History Museum virtual tours (link)
  • Carol Vordermon Maths Factor daily quizzes, currently free (link)
  • David Walliams daily activities (link)
  • Atlanta Zoo- Panda Cam (link)
  • San Diego Zoo daily feedings (link) and live cameras (link)
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium live cameras (link)
  • Smithsonian Virtual tours (link)
  • NASA (link)
  • British Museum virtual tours (link)
  • Audible open access audio stories (link)
  • CBeebies Radio (link)
  • Transum maths games (link)
  • BrainPop activities for curious minds (link)
  • The Kids Should See This – child friendly science videos (link)
  • National Geographic Kids (link)
  • Blockly – educational programming games (link)
  • Scratch programming (link)
  • TinkerCad – 3D design app (link)
  • Oxford Owl – free ebooks ages 3-11 (link)
  • TED Ed  - educational videos for all (link)
  • Toy Theatre (link)
  • Red Ted Art – arts and craft for children (link)
  • The Imagination Tree – arts and crafts (link)
  • Blue Peter Badge Challenges (link)
  • Edinburgh Zoo live cameras (link)

Some wellbeing activities if your child is struggling with the isolation:

  • Young Minds advice to parents and children (link)
  • advice for parents (link)
  • Action for Happiness resources (link)

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  • Year 6 - Circulatory Systems

    Published 01/05/20, by S Hussain

    Hello Year 6,

    ‚ÄčAs part of your Science topic 'Animals Including Humans' you have been given an activity grid with a variety of tasks to complete.

    One of these asks you to draw your own diagram of the circulatory system. 

    Here are some example diagrams to help you.

    Try drawing the outline of the diagram from the examples provided and then label it from memory.

    The Year 6 team. 

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  • Teachers Read Stories in Kitchens

    Published 26/04/20, by James Kirkby

    We thought it a good idea that children continue to hear stories from familiar faces, so we created 'Teachers Read Stories in Kitchens'. Guide yourself through the videos: there's even one from a rival Head Teacher! We hope you enjoy!

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  • Pupil outcomes on Seesaw

    Published 22/04/20, by S Hussain

    During the pandemic, our children have been actively engaged with their learning from home. The work that has been sent in on our remote learning application over the past few weeks have been of an extremely high quality.

    We would like to thank all of the parents, children and teachers who have worked tirelessly to ensure that life has transitioned as smoothly as possible.

    Here are some excellent examples of the learning that has been going on at home on Seesaw across all year groups. Enjoy!

    Pupil Outcomes Gallery


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  • EEF Home Reading Tips

    Published 22/04/20, by S Hussain

    EEF have provided some tips for reading at home with children, they are very useful. Tips and examples of activities can be found below.

    Reading can serve as an amazing form of escapism, especially during this strange time. If we continue to read, everything else will be OK.

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