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Children's work packs

Page last updated: Sunday 10th May, 2020 at 15:24

This is now a redirect page: please click the below links to see packs and resources that have been put together by your child's teacher for each year group. You will also find bespoke reading, history, and languages activities at the bottom of this page. Meanwhile, head over to the Maths page to see an exciting Sumdog competition that Mr Robinson has challenged the pupils to enter!

We would like to reassure parents that at this time, there is no expectation that any school work has to be done in any specific time period. The country is in a time of crisis and we need to be addressing that. Please click here to read a letter from Mr Lewin which goes into this in greater detail. 

If there are any issues with the hyperlinks, please contact the school office and we will resolve the issue for you. 

Please click the link below to be redirected to the work packs page for your child's year group:

Year 3 Year 4
Year 5 Year 6



Reading (all year groups)

Here are some of the current ways we are suggesting in order to help your children continue to read whilst they are not at school. Click this link.

Year 5 and 6 pupils can find specific information for accessing Accelerated Reader from home on their year group pages. 


MathsBot (all year groups)

This video is a quick guide to using the web tool
We use this tool in school and it is great for generating maths resources for children to complete. You wont need to print anything to complete the work and it can be accessed on laptop, computer, tablet or mobile. The tool is easy to use and provides answers as well.



French (all year groups)
For a list of all of the songs the children have been taught so far this year, click this link
There are also additional French resources kindly put together by Madame Winkless on this document.
History (all year groups)
Mr Hinsley would like to invite the children to create a scrapbook or diary of their experiences during the current coronavirus pandemic. We are indeed dealing with real, living history! Much like how the Year 6 children learn about evacuee children's experiences during WWII, one day, children will learn about our lives during this generation-defining moment. You could use newspaper clippings to create a scrapbook, take photographs, and even write daily anecdotes of your experiences. It would be fantastic if the children in Year 6 (or those with an interest in the past) could also make any direct comparisons between their experiences, and those of evacuee children during WWII. You may also wish to use this brilliant Time Capsule document. Filling this in would serve as fantastic primary evidence of the coronavirus outbreak. 
We'd love to see these when we return to school - and, who knows, maybe people will use your experiences as historical evidence one day! 
Similarly, with the 75th anniversary of VE Day being commemorated in May, maybe you would like to share some photos of your celebrations!
Computing (all year groups)
Mr Stott would like to signpost all pupils to The Raspberry Pi Foundation, who have launched a new, free Digital Making at Home initiative to support parents and young people with coding at home. You don’t need any coding experience to join in, and all of their resources and activities are free forever. 

Every Monday, they release new themed code-along videos about projects designed for all levels of ability. They also provide support tutorials for parents who are interested in learning more about coding tools like Scratch and Python, and over 200 projects with step-by-step instructions that are accessible online at any time — all for free.

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