Remote home learning
Over this period of school closure, we will provide remote learning opportunities for all pupils. Please see below for information on arrangements for your child and suggested additional activities.
Now more than ever, pupil well being is our first priority. If you are finding things difficult at home please do not hesitate to contact us. Please also find a collection of useful resources, links and suggestions below to support well being at this time.
Your child's class teacher will be in contact with remote learning opportunities through Tapestry (EYFS/Y1) or Google Classroom(Y2-Y6). Please let the school office of your child's teacher know if you have any issues in connecting to these platforms and we can provide additional support or guidance. Staff email addresses are available here.
In addition, the following websites provide additional support or suggested activities:
Activities and games across the curriculum
Online reading books
Nosy crow read aloud, videos and activities, including an introduction to coronavirus for children.
https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ Authors present short writing challenges
Short films for thinking and discussing:
Pobble - pictures to stimulate thinking and learning:
Online tours of museums
Ely Cathedral - tours and activities
Fitzwilliam Museum - Activities based on key artefacts from the museum
Museums from around the world - Virtual, online tours
Access to 500 Museums & Art Galleries - Free, online
Although Tokyo 2020 has been postponed, there are loads of great resources here: https://www.getset.co.uk/resources/travel-to-tokyo/tokyo-ten
Personal, Social, Health Education - PSHE
https://mindup.org.uk/mindup-activities/ - mindfulness activities and 'brain breaks'