We never envisaged that we would require such a page on our school website however, here it is. We will be regularly updating this page with information, teaching and learning resources that you can use at home with your children and all correspondence in relation to this global situation.
If you have any questions, you can email us at email@example.com or alternatively text us through School Gateway/Schoolcomms.
We would like to inform you that, due to the service not being required, school will not be providing childcare from the 30th April and will only reopen for childcare on 20th April if childcare is urgently needed. If after consulting Government guidelines you feel you still require childcare from the 20th April onward can you please contact school via firstname.lastname@example.org to make us aware of required dates. This enables us to ensure appropriate staffing is in place and not requiring staff to make unnecessary journeys if they are not needed. As the next few weeks are the Easter holidays, we will not be setting work on our website. However, our team are already creating home/school work for next term. Thank you for your continued support and kind messages. Stay safe
Here is our downloadable pack to assist you with supporting your child’s learning:
White Rose Maths resources can be found by clicking this link https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
The following guidance on spellings may be useful:
Here’s a challenge for you linked to our History Timeline display…….
As you know, we subscribe to a website called Picture News which provides weekly discussion topics that we share with the children. We will be uploading each week’s topic for you to share at home. This week’s discussion point……..do you think that space tourism is a good idea?
Early Years are using the home learning pack on our website in conjunction with Tapestry. Here are some worksheets to further support you, should you wish to use them.
The Northumberland County Council Early Years Team are also producing weekly resource packs. Click here to see this week’s. The team are also sharing a story ‘Belle and Billy Stay at Home’, which is designed to help children make sense of the current situation. A new chapter will be released each week.
Previous resource packs can be accessed below:
To help you with your Billy Goats Gruff description, here is a copy of the story map:
BBC Bitesize information on rivers – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/z7w8pg8