Please find below lots of resources and links to help and support your child's learning at home.
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‘Support from teachers is absolutely amazing and making our home schooling so much easier and less stressful.’
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Please share your child's home learning with their teacher using Tapestry.
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If you need to contact school or nursery then email : firstname.lastname@example.org
On Thursday 4th March 2021 it was World Book Day. To celebrate, some of the staff from school filmed themselves reading some of your favourite stories. We hope you enjoy listening to them! Click on the links below:
Please find some links below that you may find useful to support and enhance learning at home - just click on the image.
Reading and Phonics
Letters and Sounds lessons for learning phonics are available on youtube
This is an interactive phonics and reading website. We use this programme in school and the children love it!
Additional learning at home resources
The Oak National Academy provides learning for all year groups.
BBC bitesize teaching resources and online learning
The Cbeebies website offers a range of activities for children and access to BBC iPlayer where you will find programmes such as ‘Number Blocks, Alphablocks, Go Jetters and many more to support learning for younger children.
Topmarks - lots of fun activities and games linked to areas of the curriculum
Here is a link to some ideas for non screen activities. Try and limit your time on tablets and computer games by mixing your day up with different activities.
Hungry Little Minds - simple, fun activities for children aged form newborn to five.
Oxford Owl has lots information and activities for phonics, reading, English & Maths at home.
Telford & Wrekin Learning Zone
|Telford and Wrekin have compiled a full list of recommended online resources. Please click here to find the web links.
Online maths and literacy games for 5-8 year olds
'Hit the Button'
online maths games for number bonds,
Safeguarding and online safety
If you are concerned about the safety or wellbeing of a child then please contact Family Connect. You can also contact them for advice and support. Click the link below to find out more.
A website for parents about e-safety for your children. Click on the links below to find a couple more documents to help with keeping your child safe online.
The NSPCC have created a useful website called Net Aware, where you can easily search for apps to find out more about them. The guide explains what the app is used for and also shares the official age rating for the app.
Wellbeing and keeping active
There is a lovely story from the Booktrust to share with your child/children. It is about not being able to hug those you love.
This book about Coronavirus has been illustrated by Axel Scheffler who is famous for illustrating The Gruffalo, Zog, Room on a Broom and other stories.
Please click on these images below for further links.