Welcome to Learning +
This page is packed with links and sites that you may want to look into when you interested in learning something new , practising a skill you have just learnt or revising and reactivating all the amazing things in your brain. This page supports class blogs, SFA, Maths and Reading for Pleasure. You will find some brilliant resources to help you be the best you can be.
Please look at the useful guide for parents to support conversations around the issues.
Please watch the video for some useful help and advice .
Mental Health Resources
Department for Education
The Department for Education is providing advice for parents and carers of:
- children who have not yet started school (aged 2-4);
- primary school children;
- children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
It has also brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home, available here. The websites included offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.
Great link for UNICEF resources
Hungry Little Minds
Short videos and simple, fun activities that families and children (aged 0-5) can do together, broken down by age. Available free here.
Resources for learning from home created with teachers and other educational experts, featuring a mix of videos, animations, practice activities, quizzes and games. Available free here.
Audio Books- Something that might be of interest to learners or anyone at home with children: Amazon have cancelled the subscription for audio books for children and students as long as schools are closed - includes titles across six different languages. Access them athttps://stories.audible.com/start-listen
Free Virtual Tours of museums etc - This is a great site that Hannah shared with EAL staff in our school if you feel in need of a bit of escapism or distraction, or use it to design a task for students: https://www.familydaystriedandtested.com/free-virtual-tours-of-world-museums-educational-sites-galleries-for-children/
Talk for writing
Some great Talk for Writing resources- have a look !
Great Science links. Dive in !
This is a big booklet of them:
This app can be used anywhere, not just at a museum, even at home:
These were developed for the MIF Atmospheric Memory exhibition. They’re art/science cross-over activities:
(Please click on the links below)
Feeling Green ?
It's 50th year of celebrating ways to look after our Earth...
This is a link to the website and there is loads of stuff for kids online
This short cartoon is a pretty good explanation which feeds in a bit of extra geography too
And this is a simple song about how to 'be green'
Aimed at 7-11 year olds but simple enough for younger ones too
This is a news round show about Ramadan
BBC Religions of theWorld!
The National CofE has developed a digital prayer map for families to use during the time between Ascension Day and Pentecost, details here
Click here for worship and prayer
Beautiful multi faith stained glass window by Isabelle in Year 5M. Thank you Isabelle.
Helpful information about COVID-19
Below are links that provides helpful information about COVID-19, the links help children understand what is happening through reading storybooks and help parents explain the problems. A huge thank you to Madison’s Mum in Year 1S for sharing these resources and caring about all our children!
Some great activities to help you think about your place in history ! Record your experiences in your book