Welcome to Summer Term Home Learning.
This term, to provide further structure for our learners at home, teachers have been busy planning weekly lessons for many subjects. They will be uploaded each Monday for you to download from the class page links below. SUMMER TERM 2 WEEK 7 Resources are Live!
Home Learning Menu
To further help structure the week for our learners at home, we have created a Home Learning Menu.
-Click on the picture below to download the menu.
-Click on the links in the menu to access learning activities.
(Note- This is a suggested timetable. Links can be accessed on any day suitable to you! )
If you need any resources printing or any additional work, please contact your Form Tutor.
NEW- The assembly this week is about British Sporting Heroes
If you missed our British Values Focus Day pack last week you can still access the link below.
Each lesson will feature a PowerPoint lesson to follow, the relevant resources and many even feature the teachers’ voices talking through the lesson!
There is a link to a questionnaire to fill in at the end of each lesson so we can see how learners are engaging with their work.
There continue to be workpacks, Topic Challenges and our online learning platforms such as Manga High, Bug Club and Lexia for extra work if required but also please remember to enjoy all of the lifeskills activities that can be found in our newsletter.
Manga High are producing a daily live Maths lesson on Youtube. Click for link.
The BBC have also produced a series of interactive lessons for you to enjoy https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
We have created a form for you to complete if you wish to share any other fun activities you have been completing at home. Please click on the link below.
Note: Some links will take you to google drive from which you can download the folders. (You need to allow pop-ups on the site.)
Top Tips for Parents/Carers
•Help your child prepare a daily and weekly timetable. It may help to follow the usual school timetable but perhaps working to the child’s preferred hours.
•Give your child encouragement. These are challenging times. Such a sudden change will be unsettling for many children.
•If your child gets stuck on a topic, see if you can offer practical solutions, such as finding a website with further information.
•Encourage your child to email their teachers if they need help that you can’t provide.
•Review your child’s progress daily. Make sure they are sticking to their timetable, are not cutting corners and are producing work to the standard of which they are capable.
•Your child may complete their work more quickly while schooling at home. So reward them with time off to do an activity they enjoy such as kicking a football in the garden or watching a favourite TV programme.
Example of Daily Schedule:
Click on picture to download schedule as a file.
The symbol software to make your own is available on a free 21 day trial. Follow the link below:
Top tips for Learners
Further Working at Home Resources
To further support our learners who are currently not in school, our subject specialists have created the list below of online links.
For some links, the learners have their own individual logins and work is set by class teams. If a login is needed, please contact the school office and we are also sending these out via email or post.
https://www.lexialearning.com/ (Individual Learner Login- sign in to mylexia)
https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0 (Bug Club Individual Learner Login)
https://www.mangahigh.com/en-gb/ (Individual Learner Login)
Cognition and learning
Please find links to our Spring Topic Challenges below, following our termly theme of 'Creativity and Technology.'
Optional Home Learning Tasks
These Home Learning Tasks are optional - you can choose 4 activities to complete over the whole term.
The expectation is that you will put in care and effort and complete it to the best of your ability. Upon completion of 4 activities you will be rewarded with an EMPATHY point for each to go into a separate home learning draw to win a £10 voucher.
You can present your work in an appropriate style of your choice – a poster, model, booklet, diagram, leaflet etc. and it may be word-processed or completed by hand.
You can download the current Home Learning documents below. If you need a paper copy please contact the School Office
We look forward to seeing your work!