Home learning activities
The Week Junior has some great activities to do at home.
If you are wondering what to do with toilet roll tubes you can look here for some fun inspiration.
Here are some ideas of Science activities you can try at home.
Think U Know have created a bank of activity packs to promote online safety at home. They are split into age ranges so are great for all of our pupils.
The National Autistic Society have collated a bank of resources which may help you during this tricky time:
Radio wave have created a home schooling section on their website which you may find useful:
Into Film have created a collection of 50 film guides to support learning from home.
Joe Wicks link on YouTube:
CBBC will also be holding live learning on the TV throughout the day to support home learning for 3 hours each day.
Coronavirus support for children
Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus
Here is a simple story to help explain what about coronavirus.
National Online Safety
There are over 70 FREE online safety guides provided for parents and carers with guidance on a number of risks which young people could face online. Access the full suite here http://bit.ly/2Qn8mmo
Speech and Language Provision
Following the DFE Health Guidance, the Speech and Language Therapists will not currently be providing in-school support. However if you would like advice and strategies to support your child at home, please contact Kathryn Cosh, Speech Therapist on 01253 951101.
Here is some help and advice for parents from the Children's Speech and Language Therapy Service