In an effort to support families during this period of closure, we have linked to some useful online learning resources below. Where websites require passwords, if you do not already have these please contact the school office via email. Some websites are free and you can create your own free account.
Latest guidance on educating children aged 2-4 years at home.
Latest guidance on supporting your children’s remote education during coronavirus.
How to use google classroom on a smartphone
How to use google classroom on an iPad/tablet
To access the Read, Write Inc resources for free during lockdown, click here.
There is a free range of e-books available through Oxford Owl.
This website has a collection of books and stories that are read to the children.
The ReadTheory website also offers reading comprehension practice and quizzes.
All children have a login to the TimesTables Rockstars website, where they can practice their recall of times tables and division facts.
Hit the Button is another great website for practising number knowledge, including number bonds, tables and division. No login is required.
The SumDog website allows pupils to practice a whole range of maths skills using online games. It starts with some very simple activities and gets gradually harder until it works out the right level of challenge for your child. School login needed; the school code is epjs.
This website has a new picture every day which can be used as a stimulus for writing. It also has a story starter that can be continue and includes sentence activities and inference questions.
he Hour of Code website offers short computer coding projects for pupils of all ages. Each project is designed to be achievable in an hour, but often you can find that you spent a lot longer exploring.