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Welcome to our home learning programme.


Our home learning programme offers many suggestions for learning and links to excellent websites. All are free to register. A worksheet can be viewed on-screen and answered in the exercise book provided to avoid the need for printing.

You will have access to the first two weeks of activities, filed under the relevant key stage/class. Please pace this over the two-week period. Several of the tasks are open-ended and you can explore the themes as deeply as you wish. 

To fully benefit from the programme, please can you register with the following sites:

A few changes to the White Rose Online maths
White Rose have been providing online videos and worksheets on their website page that lots of you have used over the past few weeks. They have now changed the way they are creating their videos and are including some questions to work through within the videos. The worksheets are no longer available to access on their website.
We will upload the weeks worksheets onto our Home Learning Key Stage pages so that if you would like to use them you are still able to do so. 

Pupils also have access to the Wonde dashboard via the CHILD LOGIN button on the homepage and can freely use Timetables Rockstars, Sumdog and other apps. Joe Wicks is also offering daily exercise sessions on YouTube which you may wish to register for. 

Please make sure whichever device your child is on; internet safety is key. Do not leave your child unattended on the internet for long periods and aim to engage with the activities that they are doing. Please visit the Aspire eSafety page at the link below for further guidance.

If you cannot access the apps or website, adapt your activities. This is a guide to help you provide a week’s education, it is flexible, and you can change it. 

Helpful pointers for home educating

Motivation is key and regular sessions each day will help with this. If your child feels saturated, try a different task. Reward the effort made with a star (stuck or hand-drawn) at the end of the work.

Create a daily timetable, design it with your children. Factor in fun times for all. Learning time needs to have a different feel to playtime. 

Read the task in advance of your child so you have any idea of what they need to do.  If you have several children can the older children support the younger ones? Can you all do the same activity at times (art, music, science?), to avoid your attention being pulled in many ways.

Make sure there is a balance to the day, ensuring plenty of exercise. Have a mixture of handwritten and online tasks.

If your child is struggling, reassure them. We often use the phrase, “You haven’t got it yet but one day you will”. 

And BREATHE!  You've totally got this...