Remote learning is in place for all classes which can be accessed via each child’s Google Classroom account.
Please click on the link to view or download the school’s information on providing remote learning for parents.
Further links to support your child’s learning:
Screen Free ideas: Attached below a document of Screen Free Ideas for anytime that a break from screens feels like a good idea
BBC Bitesize – all sorts of interesting and exciting things to learn about! CBBC are also showing daily Bitesize lessons on their television channel. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
Go to CBBC ‘Newsround’ and find out more about Celebrity Supply Teachers, such as Geography – with David Attenborough! https://www.bbc.co.uk//53048939
At school we plan our lessons to follow the excellent support from White Rose Maths – https://whiterosemaths.com/
Here are some other useful sites to support your child’s learning:
Oxford Owl – has resources to support learning in Maths, including worksheets and online games.
The Family Maths Toolkit – has lots of ways to use maths in your daily life: https://www.familymathstoolkit.org.uk/activities-for-children
The BBC offers a range of resources for teaching English. The following link can be used for children and families to develop their reading, writing and language skills. It can also support families to learn English where English is being used as an additional language. https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/childrens-stories
The British Council – offer excellent resources to support your child’s English skills, both for children who are currently home schooling and would like additional resources . Again this is a resource to also support families where English is an additional language. https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/
There are a lot of really good websites out there to get your scientific brains in gear – here are few we like:
The STEM website: “Children’s stories provide a great context for learning science. Explore our resource packages based around popular children’s books and discover the science hidden in a book. Resources include book summaries, hints and tips for teaching the science and further stories on a similar theme.” https://www.stem.org.uk/teaching-science-through-stories
The National Geographic for Kids – Science links: “Do you dream of becoming an astronaut, engineer or naturalist? Then you’re in the right place! Our science for kids section is bursting with incredible science facts about the way our world works.
From biology, chemistry, physics and natural history, you’ll discover some incredible secrets, awesome theories and explore some bonkers experiments in our super science for kids.
Journey with us through the natural world, the workings of the human body and even to the deepest, darkest depths of outer space.
Ready for blast off? Click about to start your journey of scientific discovery!” https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/discover/science/
Lots of games, activities, videos and apps to try out! https://wowscience.co.uk/
From weird and wonderful places in the world to very wild weather – it is great fun to find out all about our planet! National Geographic Kids has a lot of interesting clips and investigations to help you find out more about or wonderful planet: https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/teacher-category/geography/
Another website which will develop interest of or world is: https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/geography-for-kids.html
Horrible Histories – really fun way to find out so much about History, in a very accurate and informative ways: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories
Again the Children’s National Geographic provides exciting sources and activities for children to discover more about the past: https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/discover/history/
The following link is from the British Tate Art Galleries and encourages children to explore the History of Art from around the world and make fantastic art projects of their own. Go to: https://www.tate.org.uk/kids
Lots of you are already learning an instrument and doing brilliantly! The following sites can give additional support or other ideas to keep your musical creativity going. There are some lovely ideas for the non-musical family too! https://www.teaching-children-music.com/
Design and Technology
Designing and creating something is a really exciting part of the curriculum and can cover cooking, sewing and modelling with wood or even electrics!
Here are some links for things to try at home:
RE (Religious Education)
Finding about other cultures and beliefs leads to greater tolerance, respect and understanding. It is a compulsory subject at school with the aim to build on our Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development.
BBC Bitesize covers a range of World Faiths, looking at belief systems, artefacts and stories from different faiths and cultures: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/z7hs34j
PE (Physical Education)
We all love Joe Wicks and know how to access him! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
But here are some links to other sites to help keep you all moving and shaking, and developing greater sporting skills!
The BBC ‘Movers and Shakers’ has a great range of activities for movement: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers
PSHE (Personal, Social, Health Education)
Millfields belongs to the PSHE Association, which has some good resources develop personal, social and emotional skills. https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/content/home-learning-resources
MFL – French
There are a lot to choose from: this link gives further links to good resources! https://onethirdstories.com/10-awesome-free-resources-for-kids-to-learn-french/