Top Tips to engage in learning
During these unprecedented times we are concerned about children visiting lots of different sites to access curriculum based activities. Please be aware that there will be bogus sites out there that will ask your child to sign in. Encourage your child to access the sites that have been uploaded to the Home Learning page or preferably monitor their internet access.
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Please find below links to sites where you will be able to find activities for your child/children to complete during their time at home. Should you have any queries about anything please email email@example.com and we will endeavor to answer your questions as soon as possible. You will be notified via the web site/text/email when the school is to re-open. At this time we are unsure as to when this will be. The web site will continue to be updated during this period with ideas and activities.
Possible schedule for your home learning day:
Reading / writing / spelling activity (Diary)
Break – play a game, exercise etc
Number work / number games / tables
Break – Lunch
Art activity / Music / IT – Make a power point / bake a cake etc
Break – Exercise / walk, fresh air / go on a bike ride
Please note if you have a problem with any of the links, copy the web address and paste it into your browser.
Derbyshire Home Learning Resources for children and young people
Music at Home – Derbyshire Music Education Hub
Free Audible Stories Click on the link to access free audible stories
Accelerated Reader Login page Access to further Accelerated reading books
Carol Vorderman Maths This site you can access maths and times tables taught by Carol Vorderman
Home learning resources Access KS1, Lower KS2 and Upper KS2 resource packs – Free
kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk YR to Y6 This link will take you to the home page where you will log in with your child’s username and password. Click on your child’s school year and away you go!
satsbootcamp Y4 to Y6 Go to the log in page where you can log in with your child’s username and password. The site will allow your child to access Literacy and Numeracy revision, SAT’s tests in Maths (arithmetic and reasoning) English (spelling, SPAG and reading). Although this is for year 6 pupils Y4 and Y5 can access and have a go!
BBC Bitesize Y1 to Y6 This link will take you to the home page, click on Primary then England and either KS1 or KS2 to access activities from every part of the curriculum.
We appreciate some parents and children may be worried about themselves, members of their family, or their friends becoming ill. There’s lots of advice about how to talk to your child about Coronavirus.
Below is a list of helpful resources:
Help lines Useful help line numbers
Everybody Worries – A picture book for children who are worried about Coronavirus
Covid-19 Information for Younger children attending school
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• National Autistic Society – guidance and helpline for parents, young
people and staff
• Mencap – Easy Read guide to coronavirus
• Place2Be – Have a useful guide for helping parents answer questions
from their children and to support family wellbeing
• Young Minds – Talking to your child about coronavirus and 10 tips from
their Parents Helpline to support family wellbeing
• Carers UK – Guidance for carers
• Covibook is an interactive resource designed to support and reassure
children aged 7 and under, designed to help children explain and draw
the emotions that they might be experiencing during the pandemic
• Amaze – information pack for parents
Public Health England have produced an easy read version of their advice on
the coronavirus for places of education. You can download a copy from Easy Read Online.
COVID-19: guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing
- As part of the Nurture and Positive Support Programmes please see link below to lots of resources for young people, parents and staff to support emotional well-being and mental health. Feel free to dip into them if you so wish.