Fun, Games and Useful Websites
Please find below the weekly task sheets for each year group - these can be completed in anyway you like: on a laptop or tablet, straight onto Seesaw or by using pen and paper. We would then like to see evidence of this work on Seesaw. A minimum of THREE pieces a week should be shared with your teacher from your task sheet via the Seesaw app. If you have completed it on paper then just take a quick photograph of it and upload it onto your Seesaw account (you can upload it or take a live photo once on the program).
Have a go at some of these activities - if you would like them printed off just call the office and collect your pack before Friday 17th July.
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 14.07.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - week 12
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 07.07.2020
Weekly Task Sheet - week 11
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 30.06.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - week 10
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 23.06.2020
Weekly Task Sheets week 9
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 16.06.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - Week 8
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 09.06.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - week 7
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 02.06.2020
Weekly Task Sheet - week 6
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 19.05.2020
Weekly Task Sheet - week 5
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 12.05.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - Week 4
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 05.05.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - Week 3
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 27.04.2020
Weekly Task Sheets - week 2
Weekly Task sheets - week beginning 20.04.2020
Weekly Task sheets
Useful websites offering free content
Twinkl - an online education site are offering free resouces to parents called 'school closure home learning packs' - Please use the link to access the resources
Phonics Play is also offering resources for free whilst schools are closed
Oxford Reading Owls is an online site full of resources including hundreds of e-reading books you can download for free
Hola - practice and learn new Spanish skills
Audible is now offering free audiobooks for children and registration is not required
Elevenses with the World of David Walliams - Hear David himself read a story from one of his 'World's Worst' collection' each day - registration is not required.
If you've an example of work that you've done at home, email it to email@example.com, and we will try to show it here.
Home Learning Achievements
Here is a selection of websites which students may find fun and help with their learning. There's a section about future careers as well, and where to find out more information.
Click on each link to launch the website
Please note these are external websites which we have checked out - we do review our website, but please contact the school office if you find the websites don't work!
Websites to help with English
Websites to help with Maths
Websites to help with Science
Websites to help with History
We have been very fortunate to have been donated £300 of books from How2Become to help our students decide theor career choice. These can normally be found in our school library, or sometimes in Y6 when they are working on their Aspiration Week. Just ask if you want to have a read.
More information about how How2Become can support you with your future career can be found here http://www.how2become.com
Websites for 7 - 11 year olds