Oak National Academy– A fantastic website full of lessons including maths, English and foundation subjects.
BBC Bitesize– Daily lessons
Online resources Classroom secrets
https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/ Packs of work are available to download. Children can work through these packs.
Classroom secrets Kids
Each pupil has been given the login details for this website: https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/ . Details should be in each child’s planner.
https://ttrockstars.com/ Each pupil has their own login details for this website.
Children can now temporarily complete reading quizzes from home. They will need to use this link https://Ukhosted64.renlearn.co.uk/2250255 and use their usernames and passwords they use in school.
St Andrew’s is using Google classroom to help with home learning. Go on the internet to Google and type in ‘Google classroom’. Children can log in by typing their first initial followed by their surname followed by @standrewsjun.co.uk. Tasks and activities have been set to be completed online. There are no deadlines but all work is set by the class teacher. The site will be viewed regularly by the class teacher.
Any activity on Google Classroom is monitored by the teachers so it must be used appropriately.
White rose maths– teachers in school base a lot of lessons on their ideas and resources. If you only use one maths website- use this one.
MyOn– Download lots of books for free. You can quiz on these books once read too.
Phunky foods– ideas on eating and cooking with your children at home
Prevent- information to help parents teach about hate crime
Talk 4 writing– ideas to get your child writing at home
STEM learning– Primary resources for home learning
Maths- master the curriculum
Daily maths lessons– we really like this site!
Yorkshire Water– information about the water cycle and water activities you can do at home
French learning– we use this website for our resources for our French lessons
Year 6 children have access to Prodigy
Fancy something to write about? Visit Pobble for their picture of the day.
David Walliams is reading his books daily.
Books can also be downloaded for free from this e-book website.
Oxford Owl provides more information on how to support your child with their learning.