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School Closure suggested Home Learning

Summer term letter from Headteacher and FAQ around closure


Updated content:  we have added an assembly from the NSPCC around their 'Speak Out, Stay Safe' campaign, which we would like all children to watch - please see below:

The NSPCC has produced a virtual school assembly on 5 June 2020. The assembly, aimed at children aged 7-11 years old and run in partnership with the Department for Education (DfE), features an introduction from Ant and Dec and highlights from the NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe. programme. The assembly focusses on anxiety, including the worries that children are facing during the coronavirus crisis, why they may feel anxious or worried and ways they can be supported.

You can find the NPSCC Assembly here


The content below has not changed

We would recommend a daily timetable of:

  • Reading - 20 minutes (one vocabulary and one reading lesson on Reading Plus)
  • Reading reflection (questions, comments or drawing about what they have read) - 10 minutes
  • Times table Rockstars (or Doodle Maths if signed up)  - 20 minutes
  • 5 -a - day SPaG/Maths - set by year teams a session a day - around 5 - 10 minutes

    Weekly learning:
  • Year group Writing/Maths learning - 3 sessions (of each) a week
  • Project work -  you can choose an activity from year group project grids which are on the year group homelearing pages or work as a family through the subject challenges below. These are here for you to access as much or little as you wish weekly, to support in wider curriculum activities to learn whilst at home. 
  • Spelling practice (the normal half-termly words and challenges set by year groups) - 20 minutes

    If you are looking for a daily schedule and online lessons 'taught' click here for examples of online platforms that can be used. 

Please do not feel that children should be learning at home for 6 hours a day! Home learning works differently as it is generally 1:1, so it is more intensive and can therefore be done in smaller bursts. Please take the opportunity to enjoy time together, and to relax together as well, if you can. It is also a great opportunity for children to do some self-directed learning if they wish - a project on dinosaurs, fashion, Minecraft, a famous athlete/explorer/performer/inventor, or a different culture: it's all learning.

Below is a grid of challenges and fun activities that have been created by the subject leads in school for you to explore if you would like to undertake a different challenge! None of these are compulsory - just here to support in a wider range of things to do. Click on the picture to find the activities.                      


May Half-term and Summer 2 Reflection project grid

VE Day 75 Anniversary - North West Leicestershire District Council

VE day invitation to the school
VE day - 75 years grid

The Power of Positivity – SKYLER SISK | Health & Lifestyle Blog

Easter home learning Whole School Positivity Challenge

Year 3 Maths Master child pack

Math Cartoon Stock Photos And Images - 123RF

Year 3 Parent support pack

Year 4 Maths Master child pack

Math Cartoon Stock Photos And Images - 123RF

Year 4 Parent support pack

Year 5 Maths Master child pack

Math Cartoon Stock Photos And Images - 123RF

Year 5 Parent support pack

Year 6 Maths Master child pack

Math Cartoon Stock Photos And Images - 123RF

Year 6 Parent support pack


29+ Michael Jackson Cl... Art Clip Art | ClipartLook

Art resource pack





St Anne's Catholic Primary School: Science Experiments
Fizz Inflator
Cleaning Pennies
Dancing Ghost
Incredible Hoop Glider
Rock Candy


Is STEM Overrated? | Psychology Today
Easter grid
Summer1 Challenges

DesignDisney Imaginations » About ImagineeringStep1-Creating worlds
Step 2 -The theme
Step2   resource
Step 3 - Layout
Step 4 - Buildings and landscapes

Step 4 resource


France, Borders Country Flag France Map Nation Fra #france ...


ACTUALLY Flying Miles Versus Earning Miles.... Hmmm — God Save the ...

Geog Resource Pack

HistoryHistory | Brierley Hill Primary School


What is Edge Computing? Meaning and benefits - Criticalcase
Challenge 1
Challenge 2
Challenge 3
Challenge 4
Challenge 5
Challenge 6
Touch Type lessons


E Safety - Moorhill Primary School Cannock

E-Safety Quiz 1


Write To Unite | In Assocation With Young Writers



The Power of P.E (@PowerofPEuk) | Twitter

Here is week 1 and 2 of the Hampshire Games:

Week 1

Week 2

When you complete any of the exercises - record your scores and send to your teacher or

Score Card

You could even send a photo!

Instagram: @hampshiresgos

Facebook: @HampshireSGO


Hold Still

HRH Duchess of Cambridge and National Portrait Gallery Initiative



Egg-straspecial Easter - CANCELLED at Whitelee Windfarm Visitor ...

Fun Easter Challenges 1

Egg-straspecial Easter - CANCELLED at Whitelee Windfarm Visitor ...

Fun Easter Challenges 2

Insectlore  supply live caterpillars, and butterfly habitats, so you can watch caterpillars grow and turn into butterflies - a lovely activity for spring time.

You might also like to use some of these scavenger hunts on your daily walk (see bottom of page)