Internet safety and online learning advice for parents and children
The following link gives advice to parents about online safety for online home learning during the school closures.
Letters and Sounds lessons:
Home Learning Update (17.4.20)
As a result of the continued school closure, I have prepared work for your child to complete while they’re at home, to enable them to continue their learning. A paper copy of this pack is ready for collection at school. Please contact the school office on 01704 538366 to arrange collection of the pack.
English and Maths
In your child’s pack there are some daily English and Maths activities, with suggestions of how the children can be supported in their learning.
In order to support your child, please ensure that they complete these tasks in small ‘chunks’ of time, rather than expecting them to complete hours of work. Below is an example of what they might complete in a day:
- a reading task
- a maths task
- a writing task
There are a list of useful websites on the Reception class page of the Holy Trinity Primary School website that can give you additional ideas and activities if you need to.
I will still be using the class dojo, so please feel free to send me a message, if you have any questions about the work. It would be lovely to see photographs of your child’s work.
Thank you for your support,
Further resources for home learning:
www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and then enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
This is a website set up by Carol Voderman for children between the ages 4 - 11. The site is currently experiencing high demand but it might be worth a look when it settles down a bit.
PE with Joe Wicks is on every morning Monday to Friday at 9am on his youtube channel. A lot of the children in schools have been accessing these sessions.
This site has some activities and problem solving activities for Reception in the Early Years section of the website.
Audible UK have a 30 day free trial on at the moment for audio books for children but you do have to sign up to them to access the 30 day free trial.
BBC Bitesize - Primary KS1
Please try to read every night at home and record it in your reading record. This can be a reading book from school, a story book from home or a library book.
HOME SCHOOL BOOKS
The Home School Books will be collected every Monday to enable staff to add information about the learning taking place in school. They will then be given out on Wednesday so that the children will have them at home for over the weekend.
Reception PE sessions are on Monday and Thursday morning. Please ensure PE kits are in school and earrings are removed for these sessions.