Here are some websites and documents that we think might be useful whilst school is closed.
Home Learning - Summer Fun!
Home Learning - Moving on up (transition)
Home Learning - Dragons
Home Learning - Castles
Home Learning - Bees
Home Learning - Green Up
Home Learning - Houses
Pirate Themed Home Learning
KS1 Home Learning - Zoo
LKS2 Home Learning - Zoo
UKS2 Home Learning - Zoo
Maths Support from Lancashire Maths Team:
Lancashire School Games Resources:
PE Home Learning
Year 1 & 2 (Overview)
If you’re looking for something Musical for your children to be doing at home in these uncertain times of home schooling then I have made a few suggestions below. Getting the children singing and making music using any household objects is always a fun idea and learning different types and genres of music too. Singing along to Alexa at home might be noisy but can help the children to learn the lyrics and explore the different sounds in Music.
The Lancashire Music Hub are providing a free workshop – A Free Live Online mini course for kids ages 8 - 15 who are brand new to the world of music production.
Using this website - https://www.beatdrop.ca/kids-online
Sing up is also a fantastic website with lots of free resources to help your children at home and they can plug in headphones to their devices to sing along and play. https://www.singup.org/singupathome
We also use different apps in school for Music lessons such as ‘Garage Band’ and ‘Music Maker Jam’ which also would be available on app stores.
Miss Roe’s top 5 science websites J
NASA Kids’ Club provides a range of space focused games, videos, images and activities to introduce and help kids learn about the world of space.
BrainPOP offers educational animated videos and lessons covering different science topics. Each featured science topic comes with illustrative videos, quizzes, and accompanying activities.
Another excellent source of educational video content to help kids learn about different science topics. The site also provides interactive games and links to mobile science apps for kids.
As its name indicates, Science for Kids is a website that features a treasure trove of educational science materials. These include online games, experiments, lesson plans, quizzes, science projects, free activities and many more.
Nat Geo Kids enables science lovers to explore the world of science through a collection of apps, games, magazines, toys, videos, and many other materials
www.youtube.com/fischymusic (there is an online assembly every Monday at 9am)
www.heartsmart.family (Heartsmart are doing a daily broadcast along with activities, some are pencil and paper activities with instructions on screen)
Picture News at Home
Here are the Class Home Learning pages where you will find more links suitable for each class.