This section of the website is intended to support children and parents in the event of a shutdown for the Corona Virus or self isolation of your child. Content has been drawn from a variety of sources that your child will be familiar with as part of their usual working in school as well as new content from external providers who have recognised the need to support home learning.
Content will be updated and refreshed on a weekly basis by your child's class teacher and others to ensure coverage across a range of subject areas. As always there is no set way to complete tasks and they can be approached in a number of ways but children should aim to cover a range of tasks over the course of the week for breadth and balance rather than from one area. In addition please be mindful of screen time and the need for regular breaks in working!
To access content please click on the documents below as well as the icons for Espresso, Literacy Planet, Mathletics, Times Tables Rockstars and PhonicsPlay.
A Parent Guide for Mathletics and supporting your child can be located here: Mathletics Guide
BBC Bitesize offers a range of primary resources for 3-11 year olds. This has a series of daily lessons now!
Amazon Audible service have also provided free audiobooks to children of all ages.
Blockly Games is a series of programming and coding activities designed to challenge children.
Scratch is another coding site developed by MIT to engage children in programming skills.
Times Tables is a site that lets you practise times tables using quizzes, tasks, activities and games.
EYFS - Nursery and Reception - Isolation Work (only active when applicable)
Key Stage 1 - Years 1 and 2
Key Stage 1 - Years 1 and 2 - Isolation Work (only active when applicable)
Key Stage 2 - Years 3 and 4 - Isolation Work (only active when applicable)
Key Stage 2 - Years 5 and 6 - Isolation Work (only active when applicable)
Synergy Well-Being Activities and Other Resources
More links to engage your child can be found below. Why not check out the educational videos on TED Ed or learn a new language using Duolink? Of course you could always check out the wide range of cool educational videos on The Kid Should See This and then the brilliant science channel, Crash Course Kids! If you are feeling creative and want to be engaged check out Pobble 365 and a new resource every day.
If you have younger children there is also Tiny Happy People for some great activities and communication work as well as CBeebies Radio for a range of listening activities. Toy Theater has a number of educational games online for you to try and School Games has home online PE activities that can be adapted as well as 60 second challenges. DK Find Out has a range of activities and quizzes and now you can follow daily Phonics lessons online via the Letters and Sounds link.
N.B. Please check all content in advance for these 3rd party sites as these are not managed, or supervised, by Stanville Primary School. Links are provided to support Home Learning and families must determine suitability on an individual basis.