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As we continue to develop our resources, please note the pages (to the right) for Weekly Learning Grids, Well-being, Reading, Spelling, Maths, Science and IT, French and Music/Arts, as well as the general information below. Make sure you have a look at our growing Gallery of Children's Work and Videos - it's amazing to see some of the fantastic learning that's going on at home! Also check out our Virtual Reading Club and teacher storytime pages under the Videos tab.

NB: In the current circumstances, your child may well be spending increased time online. If this is the case, please be particularly aware of their online safety - and refer to the activities and resources for both parents and children on our E-Safety page (to the right of this).

ONGOING:

TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT:

  • Numbers walk challenge: Ben R in F2 went for a walk with his dad and they managed to spot things linked to all the numbers from 1-20. Can you do the same? If so, send us your version!
  • Stonebridge City Farm: practical planting and growing ideas from our local city farm
  • Time Capsule: a booklet to print off and complete (for slightly older children) which will help them to reflect on the current situation in an interesting way.
  •  Harry Potter At Home this has a host of  activities that should be appeal to all children, whether they're existing Harry Potter fans or not!
  •  Make your own board game: Archie A in Y5 gave us this idea! He's been designing and making his own board game at home. This is a fabulous activity that can be adapted for all ages: great for planning a project, being creative and problem-solving. Children could take any theme that interests them - and the end product is a game that all the family can play together! The web link gives some suggestions, but with your guidance children could do this in all sorts of individual ways.
  • Tour the British Museum: while museums and galleries are closed, there are many fantastic virtual tours available online. This one of the British Museum will appeal to many older children. A quick internet search will open up many other similar virtual visits - if you come across one that you think is particularly good, let us know and we can add a link here.
  • Scavenger Hunts: a great collection of scavenger hunts for both inside and outside. A fun and interesting way to get children thinking and moving around at the same time! There's an archive of hunts and new ones will be added too.
  • The Muddy Puddle Teacher: currently offering FREE access to great outdoor learning resources for all ages.
  •  White Post Farm: if you follow the farm on Facebook, they're hosting some virtual takeover activities during the school closure period.