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Parent and Carer resources

 

Useful resources including website links, activity packs, and guides to use during school closure.  

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Documents

Education City Guide - How to log in and the activities available 

Keeping safe online - 6 ways to keep your child safe online

A guide to keeping calm and providing supportive parenting during the Coronavirus.

Dave the Dog and Nurse Dotty. A book for younger children on what the Coronavirus is and how to stay safe.

Catch 22 guide to useful helplines, apps and websites

Feel good activity booklet Advice and activities to support children's well being. 

Home Learning work packs 

The below documents can either be opened in your browser by clicking on the link or downloaded, which will require a pdf reader such as Adobe Acrobat reader to view . Some may have also been shared with your child on our school Learning Platform here.

This can be found at:

 PC/Windows  

Android

Apple 

Year 2

Year 2 Home Learning pack including work sheets for Maths and English

Year 3

Year 3 Home Learning pack including work sheets for Maths and English

Year 3 Practical activities pack

Year 4

Year 4 Home Learning pack including work sheets for Maths and English

Year 4 Practical activities pack

Year 6

Year 6 Home Learning pack including worksheets for Maths and English

Year 6 Practical activities pack

Year 7 and 8

Pack suitable for year 7 and 8 pupils including worksheets for Maths and English

 

Activity pack for pupils aged 5 - 7

Age 5 - 7 Activity pack 100 page activity pack including English, Maths, Science, science, Art and more.

 Activity pack for pupils aged 7- 11

Age 7 - 11 Activity pack 100 page activity pack including English, Maths, Science, science, Art and more.

 

Online Safety at home

Think U know have released a number of online safety packs for children. They can be found using the links below

Age 4 -5 Age 5 - 7 Age 8 -10 Age 11 - 13  Age 14+

    

Website links

What going on? 

An online book to help explain the Coronavirus to younger children. Can also be downloaded here

ThinkUKnow

Online safety site offering activity packs released fortnightly, for children aged 4 - 18.

Common Sense Media

Resources -  Includes information on explaining what is going on to children during the coronavirus, plus activities and ideas for learning at home.

ActivAll Play

A collection of short videos for younger children from Anomaly UK. Includes quick exercises and videos on Maths, English and staying healthy. 

Big Life Journal

Free stay at home care package - a list of indoor activity and game ideas for children of all ages, along with links to helpful sites for parents and carers. 

Parent Zone

Useful resources including advice and guides on games, apps, health and wellbeing and more.

Looking after adult and child  metal health if you are stuck indoors.

Advice on working from home when children are also at home

14 Fantastic YouTube channel for children

14 channels for young children up to teenagers. Including crazy experiments on Good Mythical Morningsongs from Sesame Street, exercises with Ryan and Ted talks. 

Also includes information on the YouTube Kids app. 

Learning about Zoom

Find out about the video chat app, how it works and the up and downsides.

 Super Yummy Kitchen

Has a new video and recipe every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for you to try at home with your children. There are 14 videos so far including how to make your own curry, pizza and vegetable snails.