On this page there will be additional resources, weblinks and ideas you can use to support your child at home during a school closure or if you are at home isolating waiting for test results. If you find you have to self isolate for 14 days your child will have a home learning pack delivered to your house which should be used in addition to the resources outlined below.
In your planner (home school book) you can also explore:
P92 - recommended reads
P95 - random acts of kindness
P98 - Y1/2 keywords
P100 - sounds - how many do you know?
P106 - number bonds - how many can you remember?
P149 - nature hunt
P150 - leaf hunt
P151 - map of the United Kingdom - can you name the countries?
P153 - baby animals
Links for Summer Term project - Can food bring us together?
Learning about food groups: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpvycdm
Healthy eating and nutrition: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zv4cwmn/resources/1
What is a balanced diet? : https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zppvv4
How to support your child with their phonics
As a school, we use a phonics programme called ' Sounds-Write.' Click on the link below to take to additional ideas and materials that Sounds-Write have produced.
As we are currently unable to change your child's reading books, why not look at the e-books on Oxford Owl? All of the books can be decoded using phonics and many of them are ones we use in school.
The link below will take you to the top-recommended reads for Year 2. Some of these books you may have at home or can be purchased on Amazon or on Kindle.
Use your Mathletics login to complete your weekly homework tasks as well as play games and practice your skills.
The BBC have produced lessons and resources for parents to use with their children linked to the national curriculum.
National Oak Academy
Use the link below to the National Oak Academy and select Key Stage 1 to find lessons for your child to follow.
Links to Autumn term project - Superheroes
Research for your project, using the links below. Show us what you have learnt!
Pop Art- The Tate:
Pop art and Andy Warhol:
Explore The Tate:
‘How to be a Hero’ By Florence Parry Heide, Read aloud:
‘My Dad is a Superhero’ by Lily Lexington: