In addition to the work set by your child's class teacher we have provided this page which is full of websites and ideas to support your child and their development.
To continue and further encourage reading we recommend using Oxford Owls by Oxford Reading Tree, it's a free service and it's full of eBooks for 3- 11. When registering select Parent and enter your details, you will also have to verify your email address. To access this, please click the button below:
As well as the above books from Oxford Owl, there are lots of companies that have offered free audio books. Please click on the buttons below.
In addition to the work we are setting, BBC Bitesize has launched its own daily lessons and activities covering all aspects of the curriculum. This can be accessed on any device including phones as long as you have the internet.
There are lots of live online physical activities that your children can participate in. PE with Joe is one that has been tried and tested by Mrs Miller at home and she highly recommends it. It airs live Monday to Friday 9am until 9:30am.
Science Sparks, Dadlab , STEM and the Primary Science Trust are also offering ideas for experiments, computing and engineering.
Below are some of the websites available that are offering ideas to help the children write.
CEOP have updated their Thinkuknow website. CEOP is a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.
Explore one of the six age groups for catered advice about staying safe when you're on a phone, tablet or computer. There is also a link to Online Safety At Home packs with new activities for parents and carers to use at home! Access them here: