Below you can find a helpful collection of resources and ideas to support you and your child to continue learning from home if you are self isolating:
Would you like to inspire your child with a creative learning project in engineering? This Home Learning Project has been created for parents/careers and is called “If you were an engineer, what would you do’ Completely free for all children and young people aged 3-19. Your child will get to take part in online interviews with engineers, who will share their work experiences and answer your questions; along with some activities to help get you ‘thinking like an engineer’.
Please follow the link below to register:
Twinkl, an excellent online resource used by teachers has set up free learning resources for parents to access to support home learning from EYFS right through to KS3/4. Access is easy to set up, you just need to create an account yourselves via the link above (click the image) and use the code UKTWINKLHELPS
See below for some helpful links:
Please refer to the Lent calendar to support you with daily prayer and reflection during this Liturgical season:
The Kent Association of Headteachers has a regularly updated section of their website full of good home learning links and resources sent to them from schools across the county.
A calendar/timetable that lasts 14 days. Each day has a hyperlink that will direct you to a page on their website with a resource to accompany the challenge.
PhonicsPlay are offering free access to their site, username: March20 and Password: Home.
We use PhonicsPlay at school so the children will be familiar with some of the exercises.
The Aspinall Foundation Run Howletts Zoo and Port Lympne Safari Parks. Their website hosts live camera feeds for some of their most popular animals, as well as some home learning resource packs.