While our school is closed for a period due to COVID-19
We will use this page for messages and home learning links. This will be updated regularly, so please check back for updates and messages relating to the school, or your year group. Please click on your year group button for more.
The Potato Song challenge from Mr Smith!
Listen to the song by Matt Lucas and record your own version of the Potato Song!
You can then send it by email to your class teacher.
Jo Wicks morning PE
Trainer Jo Wicks has started a popular live PE workout for children on his YouTube channel, which will be a fun way to start the day.
Jo live streams at 9am each morning so you and your children can get into an enjoyable routine, but you can watch any time here.
The Maths Factor
Pearson will be making The Maths Factor FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support children's continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period.
There are daily sessions, fun games and targets!
'The Taskmaster' (as seen on TV) is setting Home Tasking for people to enjoy during home isolation.
If you prefer your children not to watch YouTube, you could recreate the 'task setting' for your children to have a go at!
It's all about thinking creatively to solve seemingly simple tasks - they are setting 3 a week and they started yesterday!
You can also see other people having a go and see how they were thinking outside the box, to encourage your children to find fun and imaginative solutions!
Devon Libraries has expanded their range of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and online resources in their Digital Library in order to ensure that they are widely available during school and library closures. There is also a wide range of children’s eBooks and eAudiobooks available.
For more information about how to sign-up, download and stream the digital resources, visit the Devon Libraries catalogue.
World Book Online website have just made their collection of over 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home.
During school closures, Audible have made available thousands of children’s audio books for free. Your child can listen at https://stories.audible.com/discovery
Usborne have made their app free until 23rd March. Once downloaded you can then continue to use it for free! This is an award-winning phonics and reading games app that is used by thousands of teachers as part of their phonics and literacy education.
The special offers will run until Monday March 23rd. Once downloaded, it's free to continue to use on that device even after the promotion has ended. App store download links:
Apple (free now): apple.co/2V92VL5
Amazon UK (free Thursday): amzn.to/2PjLBiJ
Amazon US (free Thursday): amzn.to/2VgOwfR
Google (£0.99): bit.ly/2cohkeR
*Due to Google Play Store policy we’re unable to give our app away for free on Google Play Store because we just recently ran a free promotion.
To support teachers and parents whose schools have closed because of the Coronavirus, we have made Twinkl free for one month. Use the code at . Families can use this to access work teachers have set, and access high-quality learning materials from home.
Read our helpful blog for more info. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/
Numbots have given free access to their wesbite during the school closures. Children can log in to the site using their TTRockstars username and password, which will be included in the packs sent home on Friday 20th March.
Free English and maths materials in our Learning at Home packs
Hamilton are providing free packs for English and maths for each year group.
Premier League Primary Stars have made their content free during school closures to give children to a range of activities linked to English, Maths, Keeping Active and Wellbeing. https://plprimarystars.com/
Phonics Play have decided to make their resources free during this period. See graphic below: