Home Learning Links
The biggest impact a parent can have on their child's education is to display a positive attitude and work in partnership with the school.
Effective communication between teachers and parents will ensure home and school work together for the benefit of the child.
Home learning can take many forms; be that reading, spelling and multiplication and handwriting practice. Research around the topics studied - using the internet; visiting the library or places of interest.
Check out some of links below to helpful home learning resources
|Oxford Owl is an award-winning website to help support children’s learning, both at home and at school||All pupils have a MyMaths login and homework is set for pupils using MyMaths|
|BBC Bitesize includes games and information aimed at primary school children||DK 10-Minute Times-Tables is a fantastic app for phones that helps pupils learn time-tables in order; out of order; and with division facts|
|ReadTheory is an excellent free Reading Comprehension resource. Parents simply need to create a login for their child following the simple instructions||Sumdog combines Maths with fun games for children.|
|Not sure how to use a semi-colon properly? Confused about noun phrases? Grammar Monster is an excellent tool to help define difficult terms.||TopMarks Maths Games are fun interactive way for children to learn and recall knowledge quickly|
|What's a determiner? How do you use the subjunctive voice? Which is the subordinate clause? This excellent glossary for parents at TheSchoolRun gives examples of all the SPaG terms we teach at school and examples of what they mean|
|It's a jungle out there so scibermonkey collects all the best websites ... throws out the nuts ... leaving you with the pick of the bunch to go ape about science and swing through school!
|Designed to stimulate the imagination about science and technology. Provides science resources for primary school students|
The internet provides a wealth of home learning opportunities. Remember our IT Suite is open every day until 5pm for children and parents (or grandparents) to work alongside their child.
SUMMER HOLIDAY HOME LEARNING...
Summer Holiday Home Learning... Six weeks is a long time for children to be away from school. To prevent the holiday 'dip' we have a range of summer holiday learning tasks for your child to complete with you. Click here to access the activities.
Remember the holiday in itself is a unique learning experience. Whether home or abroad; capture your child's inquisitive mind by responding to questions about the world around them!
Daily reading is always a good thing - whether it's books, poetry, magazines, comics or articles on the internet!! Try to keep 15 minutes a day for quiet reading and reflection time.