School Closure - Home Learning

On these pages you will find the "Home Learning" activities for each year group in school, together with all the resources/worksheets you will need. The majority of these resources will not need to be printed out and most of the work can be completed in the "Home Learning" book sent home before school closed (or on paper if you don't have an exercise book to work in).

 

On each class page, there will be Maths and Literacy-based work for pupils to complete, with "Core" activities for the majority of children, "Working Towards" activities for those who might need a little more support, and "Challenge" activities for children who would like to stretch themselves.

These will be added to on a daily or weekly basis.

 

You will also find pages for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two topic-based learning projects - these are designed to be completed over a number of weeks, and include a wide range of tasks and activities (both written and practical) from various subject areas. 

 

If you are looking for any creative, crafty or curriculum-linked ideas to keep your children occupied and entertained while school is closed, then head to the "Let's Have Some Fun!" page - don't forget to keep checking back here regularly for new and exciting updates!

 

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For parents, we have the "Useful Websites" page, where you will find links to a variety of websites - some educational, some full of useful resources, and others which may help maintain physical or mental well-being whilst school is closed.

Please remember that any work or information that is posted on the "School Closure - Home Learning" pages is here to help and support our parents and pupils as best we can during these exceptional times. Many families are trying to balance and combine their work and home life at the moment, and we certainly don't want to add to what may be a stressful time by expecting you to 'teach' your child new knowledge.

As such, all the work posted here is a recap of prior learning that has previously been taught to the children throughout the school year. If your child (or you!) needs a break from curriculum based activities, there are lots of different ideas to keep them busy on "Let's Have Some Fun" pages, or you may just want to enjoy a day of baking, board games or building things instead!

Keep safe, well and happy!