Home Learning Links - All Age Groups
Below you will find links and documents that are suitable for all age groups.
These have been uploaded to aid you with homeschooling your child/ren during the Coronavirus crisis.
Please visit your child's class page for specific age range uploads.
Learning at Home Packs
Reception - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 1 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 2 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 3 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 4 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 5 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Year 6 - Planning - 1st to 5th June
Collective Worship - all Year Groups - 1st to 5th June
Online Apps for Home learning
Home Learning support for Parents and Carers
Wellbeing for Children and Families
More materials have been added to support schools and families with children’s wellbeing on the Home Learning Hub here: https://www.cambslearntogether.co.uk/home-learning/wellbeing
There’s now a section called ‘Explaining the coronavirus to young children’ with resources including a new book by Nosy Crow, illustrated by Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo); as well as the Children’s Commissioner’s Guide to Coronavirus.
There is also a wonderful resource, created by Strengthening Minds, an organisation based in London. The Strengthening Minds Guide to Staying Home…In Style is a brilliant resource full of ideas, games, activities and resources for families with young children including a section on wellbeing and mindfulness.
Wednesday 3 June 2020
7.30pm - 8.30pm
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SUPPORTING PARENTS WITH ROUTINES - PEC CARDS:
Often children thrive on having routines and they nay be struggling at home during the lock down. Below are some resources that may help both you and your children:
Social Story: Why is School Closed:
Daily Routine Frame
Picture Exchange Cards - 1
Picture Exchange Cards - 2
Picture Exchange Cards - 3
Picture Exchange Cards - 4
Competitions and Events
JOY OF MOVING
Peterborough United Foundation are working in partnership with the EFL Trust to deliver a national initiative called the Joy of Moving Home School Festival.
Our school could be part of one of the biggest ever national initiative of its kind this May. There are likely to be hundreds of thousands of children taking part.
The Festival consists of a half day (afternoon) timetable of activities for children on the theme of the Joy of Moving. This will be available in a digital pack to send to you by email later next week.
The Joy of Moving games and activities are designed to inspire active lifestyles in children, aiming to teach children how to enjoy moving through play, and to help them develop positive habits for adulthood.
As part of the event, families will be encouraged to post social media content during the week. This will all be captured at: