Home Learning

‘Arguing with your kids to do work is not what anyone needs right now. Instead, cuddle together and read, read, read. Take turns reading. Read them your favourite novel (yes, you can read novels to small children). Do a puzzle. Build a fort. Bake. Watch TV together. Paint. Get out the Lego and build together. Set up a tent in your living room and camp out. Look at photos of when you were a kid. In other word…Don’t stress about them forgetting. Don’t stress about homeschooling them. Just spend time together. Your kids won’t learn much if they’re feeling stressed. Though this is a scary time, it could be very well be a time they remember for the best time in their life.’

We have thought about activities that you cab do with your children together at home during this time, and have compiled a number of different activities and projects. Some require resources but others just require creativity and imagination.

 

INTERNET SAFETY

As many children will be spending more time online to help with their learning, it is important that they are also aware of Internet Safety, something which is taught as part of our Computing Curriculum. ThinkUKnow have created a number of resources for parents and children, as well as a range of Activity Packs. Click here to access their free resources.

SUMMER TERM

We have now started the Summer Term and even though we aren’t at school, your teachers have been busy thinking about the learning you could do at home to help you with your new topic. Below you will find activities from your teacher, have a go at them and then, why not see what else you can find out about your topic. I know your teachers can’t wait to hear about what you have learnt.

 

Weekly Home Learning

Your teachers have prepared weekly plans for different subjects that you can follow along at home. Each Monday, new plans will be added so make sure you come back to find out what they have planned for you.

Monday 8th June 2020 Monday 15th June 2020 Monday 22nd July 2020 Monday 29th June 2020  Monday 6th July 2020  Monday 13th July 2020
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Year 6 transition booklet

 

 

 

 

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Year 2

Year 3

 

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INTERNET SAFETY

As many children will be spending more time online to help with their learning, it is important that they are also aware of Internet Safety, something which is taught as part of our Computing Curriculum. ThinkUKnow have created a number of resources for parents and children, as well as a range of Activity Packs. Click here to access their free resources.

 

EVEN MORE ACTIVITIES…

Click here for even more activities and resources including Activity Books, Story Time Magazines and many more resources on the internet.

COVID-19

Support during school closure

To help support you and your family during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have compiled a few resources to support. There are many resources out there, please check that the ones you share with your child/ren are age appropriate and from a reputable source. These resources are series of fact-sheets, books, web links all designed to offer some support and strategies, whatever your situation.

Click here for the resources.

For Parents /Carers -Being-Safe

Coronavirus-A-Book-for-Children

7 ways anxiety

Child friendly explanation of coronavirus

Responding to coronavirus

 

Heritage Box Summer Project

One of the most inspirational aspects of our school and society is that we are blessed with a rich array of different cultural backgrounds and experiences. These experiences are special and must be shared and tolerated to generate a shared understanding. Celebrating cultural differences generates a love and respect for each other that is very powerful.  Staff at Ilderton Primary have had great fun creating their Heritage Boxes ; watch the video below to see Mr Ogunsola present his Heritage Box. There is also a PowerPoint presentation to provide more information.

Heritage Box Presentation

What is a Heritage Box?

A Heritage Box is a physical representation of an individual’s cultural identity; encompassing all the special: historical, cultural, family history, traditions, values and unique items that represent who they are. To create your Heritage Box you will need a box (shoe or similar) that you can use to collect items that represent or explain your personal family history, values and traditions etc.

 How to access the link

The video is only accessible by clicking the link below and must not be shared on any social media sites or sent to anyone under any circumstance. The video can’t be seen on YouTube from searching the title of the video neither can the YouTube channel be seen. Upon clicking the link, you will be directed to YouTube, where you be able to access the video. Please note that the video will be removed on 1/9/2020.

Video Link

Deputy Head Teacher: Mr Ogunsola – https://youtu.be/AHh_wHDn13M

Have fun with the Heritage Box summer project,  we look forward to hearing all about your experiences in September!

Have a great Summer!