TESTUnder each Year Group header below are short videos on Home Learning Expectations and helpful information for 2020.
Mr. Oates' Online Safety Advice below
Importance of Developing Maths Key Skills
Importance of Reading at home
P.E. Activities Archive link to previous Sports "Home Learning" activities and content.
Below are selection of free online resources you might find useful:
Each episode lasts around 10 minutes and will be updated weekly. Episode one features "Super Sentences" with Nicola Martin, "Maths Magic" with Andrew Taylor, "History around the home" with Steven Kenyon and "Quiz Time" with Rob Musker.
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Audible has released a collection of audiobooks for free, which it says will be available 'for as long as schools are closed'.
They have Peter Rabbit for Year 1.
Calm is offering 'soothing meditations', a 'calm masterclass', 'calm kids' and mindfulness resources. They're available via its website
Every weekday at 9am, Joe Wicks (aka 'The Body Coach') is live-streaming a 30-minute PE class on his YouTube channelfor free. If you can't tune in then, you can watch them back whenever you want.
It is a great way to get the children to burn off some energy while they're stuck indoors, and a fun way to start the day when home-schooling.
Headspace has a collection called Weathering the Storm, which includes meditations, sleep and movement exercises. It's available on the app (for iPhone or Android), or you can access some of the content via the Headspace website.
Carol Vorderman has announced that access to her maths school The Maths Factorwill be free while schools are closed (normally £2/week). It's aimed at 4 to 11-year-olds and is matched to the national curriculum.
You can also access popular spelling app Sir Linkalot for free until 12 June 2020 (normally £6.99/month). You'll need to sign up to its mailing listand you'll be sent a code for free access.