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BBC

BBC Bitesize is a fantastic resource jam packed with resources for every subject in various age ranges. Take a look!

The BBC have also announced they will be broadcasting a schedule of programs to support children's learning at home. Follow this link to find the daily schedules https://www.bbc.co.uk/schedules/p00fzl9r. These will also be available later on BBCiPlayer.

cbbc

Topmarks

An excellent resource with a wide range of interactive games across the whole curriculum from EYFS to Year 6. Click on the link below to take you to the website and to some helpful articles particularly for parents supporting home learning.

Topmarks

Reading at home

Miss Preedy has shared some great resources you can access to support your phonics and reading at home. Enjoy!

Phonic Play

Phonics Bloom

Active Learn Primary 

Reading Rockets has some suggested reading games: Six Games for Reading | Reading Rockets

Oxford Owl (ask your teacher if you have forgotten your log in). 

Children in Reception to Year 3 can also access Phonics Bug e-Books online. Children should contact their class teacher if they have forgotten the log-in details and how to access this

Writing and SPaG at home

Maths at home

We follow White Rose Maths in school and have been continuing this through our remote learning. Their website is full of useful resources for parents too. Their workbooks are also currently free to download from their website or the Kindle version on Amazon. Take a look.

White Rose Maths

Science at home

Miss Gell has found these great websites for you to experience some Science at home. 

Science Museum

Science Fun

Geography and History at home

French at home

Art at home

Music at home

Children have been given log in details for our Music scheme, Charanga, to be able to access learning during home learning. Ask your teacher if you need the deatils again. 

Other websites to enjoy are...

Music Mark

LSO

PE at home

Yorkshire Sport

Cosmic Kids Yoga - YouTube

Mr Lyons challenges.. 

1) Complete the Daily Mile

2)  Take a ball to the local park or a safe outside area. See how far you can throw a ball using overarm and underarm throwing techniques. Measure how far you have thrown the ball by counting in steps from where you have thrown from to where it has landed. Record in a table

 3) 10m sprint. Using a timer, measure how quick you can run 10m?

4)  See how many catches you can complete with a partner before dropping it. Record in your book. Have another go. Record in the book. Add the 2 scores together. See how quickly you can reach to 20, 50 or 100. For example – 1st my partner and I did 10 catches. 2nd time my partner and I did 7 catches. 10 + 7 = 17 catches. Repeat until you reach a given target.

5) When you are out and about, try to walk along low-level walls and benches (only do this when an adult tells you it is safe). See if you can walk along the benches or walls without holding someone’s hand. Take a photo and post on DB.

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