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Additional Work to Complete for Home Learning during the school closure.


Dear Families, 


You will find support here whilst school is closed.


New work has been set on, TTRockstars and MyMaths. I will monitor this to see what work children are completing and comment (where this is possible). The children can also use their TTRockstars login to access another Maths website by the same company called, 'NUMBOTS.' This has number games for children to complete and earn coins to build their own robot.


The work I have set on this page reflects the learning that has taken place in the class so far and therefore should not be new learning for your children but things that they can practise and consolidate. 

Please find at least half an hour each day to practise reading and/ or share stories together. You can record these in your child's reading record.


Each Monday that school is closed (during what would have been usual term time), I will upload Literacy and Numeracy activities to be completed onto this page too. 


You will also see a link below to something called 'White Rose Maths Hub Home Learning.' This is what we use in school to plan sequences of learning (lessons) in maths and each week they are putting 5 lessons (1 for each day) for children to complete. This will be new learning that I would have taught next in school, so your child may need more support with you to complete this work. There is a tutorial video provided with each lesson which will also help you. There are worksheets that you can print off or if this is not possible, then children can complete some of the work in the exercise book I provided when we finished school or in their homework books. I have put the website link below and each week (in what would have been usual term time) you will find that I have downloaded the worksheets and answer sheets for you.


I have sent children home with their homework books which have their individual logins for online resources. I have also provided pupils with another exercise book and a Kinetic Letters pencil in order for the children to be able to complete learning at home.


Reading record books have also been sent home for pupils to record any reading they do inside. There are reading activities set around a different book below. If your child doesn't have access to the book chosen, I have located a reading of it on YouTube so that you can access it some way. You will also find 'reading challenge' questions and prompts for parents, to help you get the most out of reading with your child at home. 


I have uploaded work for other subject areas such as History and Science. The resources should support children with completing activities that are on the grids. 


I found the 'Wellbeing Wednesday' resources and thought that some of you may like to use them to support your children at home. 

Mrs Marshall and Mr Newbold have also kindly provided resources and activities for children for Music and physical activity.  There is also a timetable of activities that support emotional wellbeing and are often covered in school as part of our Thrive offer. You will also find some Jigsaw lessons here too.


Please look at this page regularly for correspondence, home learning activities and ideas as I will endeavour to keep it updated and add anything which I feel may be of use to you and the children.

I look forward to seeing you in the future, take care and keep healthy and safe.


Kindest regards and best wishes, 

Miss Low