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Welcome to this week's Celebration Assembly.






Here you will find a range of activities that your child can complete at home.  There are web sites, work booklets and suggested learning tasks for them to select from.

EYFS and KS1 children can complete all activities on paper or in their home learning books.  An additional exercise book has been provided. Tapestry can be used to record and upload the children's wonderful learning at home.

KS2 children can upload work to their Office 365 account.  Teachers may communicate to the whole class using Office 365 emails and the One Drive.

Additional learning tasks will be added to the class pages as required, keep checking these for new learning activities.

Below is an example of a suggested home learning timetable which can be used to keep routines and consistency for the children at home.

Indoor Exercise

Outdoor Exercise

House Chores

Free Time

  • Yoga
  • Boxing
  • Dancing
  • Beach walk/scoot
  • Bike ride
  • Forest walk
  • Organise a room
  • Help prepare a meal
  • Fix something
  • Clean something
  • Help someone
  • Ipad
  • Family Movie
  • Dress up
  • Toys
  • Computer games

Twinkl (a primary school resource website) have created free access for parents to support home learning, The School Closures Packs are designed to continue children's learning easily with minimal input from parents. Included are worksheets, learning challenges, educational games, arts & craft activities, posters and more. They all cover Areas of Learning and have simple designs that are easy to download, print and follow. You can create a free account here:-

Twinkl account

Keeping active is really important, at school we love a Joe Wicks 5 minute work out, follow this link to do this at home:-

Joe Wicks 5 Minute Warm-Up

KS1 Home Activity Pack

  • Jane Warren 1 week ago
    Thank you for these wonderful resources. Really helpful and inspiring.

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