You should now be receiving emails and resources from your child’s class teacher(s). If you haven’t received these then please get in touch with the office.
Oxford University Press have recently published an ebook for children called Everybody Worries. The book has been endorsed by clinical psychologists specialising in anxiety in young
children, and hope this will be a really helpful resource to support children and parents during this difficult time – and make them smile too! You can find out more and read the book for free on Oxford Owl: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/everybodyworries
The ARCh website has some useful resources on the ‘Support Us’ page including some of the titles in our Play Your Part
series. These two part duologues can be downloaded and are the perfect way to share reading with children. https://archoxfordshire.org.uk/support-us/
NCETM: Videos & Support for parents and carers helping children with maths
The National Academy- lessons and online resources
Latest edition of ‘First news’
Oxfordshire Cricket Resources- skills cards, word searches and lots more!
BBC Ten Pieces opens up the world of classical music to 7-14 year olds. Explore exciting films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements & live events!
Resources from the Oxfordshire Inclusion Team
CEOP Online Safety Home Activity Packs
Steve Backshall Live Wildlife Q&A Wednesdays at 9.30am
Kahoot! Fun family competitions and quizzes via online video conferencing
Forestry Commission Activities
Design your own stained-glass window competition
BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons in maths, English and more
More resources will be posted here as we find them so please check back regularly!
Click here for Class topic webs and Home learning tasks during the school closure
Read, play some card games such as Uno, strategy games, practise some valuable life skills- handling money, telling the time, weighing ingredients to cook with, measuring heights.
If your child is in years 2 to 6 then they will have access to Times Tables Rockstars. They should already have their log ins and password.
Click here for Play dough, salt dough recipes and lots more!
Simple, fun activities for children from newborn to 5
Hungry Little Minds
For Early Years Specific weblinks click here
Pencil & Paper strategy games
Creative Learning at Home
Weblinks your child may like
IMPS- Learning to be Safe
Learn & practise breathing exercises
Worry Monster ideas to combat worries
Well Being Pack for Easter holidays
General tips school closure with links
Daily games and challenges from Active Leaders including from April 6th 15 days of Easter Fun – crafts, investigations and games to play.
Hammerpuzzle Theatre’s The Owl & the Pussycat performance
Weekly broadcast Julia Donaldson & friends
Audible Audio books – Free online stories for kids (for as long as school closed)
Click here for The Power of Reading resources to support home learning
“The Shed School”
LIVE lessons for Key Stage 1 – free, daily, fun- live lessons
School have a subscription to ‘First News’. This week they have kindly sent us our copy digitally and said we can share it with you.
Andy Stanton reads Mr Gum and the Biscuit Billionaire
Read, Write, Inc Phonics lessons at home
Free Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons on Facebook and YouTube for children to watch at home; three short Speed Sound lessons every day.
From Monday 23rd March and for the next two weeks, films will show at the times below and be available for 24 hours.
- Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am
- Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am
- Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am
STEM activities Starters-for-STEM
Dance Mat Typing– Learn to Touch Type
Staying Active at home- Sport England
Circuit training https://www.stmatthewsceprimary.com/ks2-circuit-training-resource-cards/
Quentin Blake: free colouring sheets