Our Home learning page has resources and links to a wide range of differentiated activities ranging from English and Maths to Tai Chi and more!
Please scroll down for various links to other websites. The menu at the side of the page has links to our timetables for Home learning produced by the teachers.
If you would like to share one or two photos of the amazing things you have been doing at home please send the to the school email address firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to include as many as we can so that your family and friends can see them.
Mr Cave our PE Coach has put together 3 short videos for you to try at home. Please click on the video inks below.
Websites for all areas of the curriculum
Click on the text to be taken to the various websites.
Resources for families with English as an Additional Language
- Digit Dog Challenges
- White Rose Maths
- I See Maths
- nrich EYFS/Reception
- nrich Years 1 & 2
- More nrich Years 1 & 2
- NatWest Money Sense
Science and Computing
With millions of us live streaming Joe Wicks’ workouts, searching for alternative PE lessons on YouTube and creating home curriculum documents has become the norm.
To stay fit and healthy, the NHS advises us to do at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week or around 20 to 30 minutes a day, but this may be difficult to achieve while home-bound.
Whether you’re entertaining the children of key workers or planning your lessons from home, or want to keep in touch with your parent body – PE has gone digital!
The early years team at SASP have put together set of resources for families and settings to stay active during 'lockdown' period. The ideas for these activities have been taken from our Full of Beans sessions and therefore use minimal equipment and are ideal for keeping early years aged children active.
Exercise improves learning on three levels. First, it optimises your mind-set to improve alertness, attention, and motivation; second, it prepares and encourages nerve cells to bind to one another, which is the cellular basis for logging new information; and third, it spurs the development of new nerve cells from stem cells in the hippocampus." In short, not only does exercise help the brain get ready to learn but it actually makes retaining information easier! Fact.
Many children and adults have times when they find it tricky to stay calm. Childline have launched a new area of their website to help which is free to use.
Their Calm Zone includes:
- Breathing Exercises
- Expressing Yourself
- Yoga Videos
- Ways to Cope Videos
Lets get creative