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Hanmore Road,

CHINEHAM, Hampshire. RG24 8PQ

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Monday to Friday

Supporting Your Child

Resources to help you at home during the COVID-19 school closure

This page is designed to offer parents additional support during the school closure due to COVID-19.  You will find resources to help you talk to your child about the current situation as well as some fun activities for you to try at home.  We have also added some resources and links to websites to give you alternative educational activities to use at home.

Remember to check the year group pages for the suggested weekly timetables that have been created by our class teachers as these have been designed with your children specifically in mind.  You can find these timetables by clicking on the appropriate year group page: Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6.

Talking to your child about COVID-19

A resource to help your child understand about the Coronavirus:

Coronavirus resource

Newsround have created a very useful video that answers children’s questions about Coronavirus.  It is hosted by doctors from CBBC’s Operation Ouch.  To watch the video please click here.

ELSA Support have produced a short booklet that you can read through with your child about the school closing: School is closing

Elsa Support have also created a series of social stories to help children understand and process the current situation and the emotions they may be experiencing.  These and some home activity ideas can be found on their website here: ELSA Support.

The Autism Educator website have created a free PDF social story about Coronavirus which you can download here: Autism EducatorAlternatively, Carol Gray has also produced a social story about the current pandemic which you can download by clicking here.

Dragonfly Impact Education have created a Facebook group with some daily challenges and advice for parents.  You can read some of their advice in the documents below.

Parent Tips

ADHD and ASD Home Learning Advice

Additional Learning Resources

White Rose Maths Hub have created some video lessons and resources for each year group.  (Our children will be familiar with the style of questions and resources in these packs as we use them in their learning at school.)

Design your own math worksheets – can you teach an adult how to do the methods you’ve learnt at school?

Visit Twinkl’s ‘Home learning Hub’ for activities that are updated daily and are sorted into different age ranges

Try some activities linked to storytelling and film making from Into Film

Third Space Learning have put together 25 Math games KS2 children can play at home

Try some online English and Maths games from Topmarks

Classroom Secrets have created a home learning pack for each year group with guidance (and answers!) for adults

Hamilton Trust are releasing Maths and English packs weekly for each year group

TTS have developed some lovely activity books that cover different areas of the curriculum

Improve your French skills using these booklets from Mr French

Daily Challenge to Stay Active: Hampshire School Games Organisers (SGOs) have launched #HSGDailyChallenge to encourage pupils to stay active and compete to achieve their personal bests. #HSGDailyChallenge will involve daily physical activity challenges for primary and secondary school pupils. The School Games Organisers will publish a new challenge every day via @HampshireSGO Twitter and Facebook channels.

More online resources and activities, including YouTube lessons, are suggested further down this page.

Staying Safe Online

Daily P.E. with Joe Wicks – The Body Coach

During the school closure, it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.  Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic.

Starting Monday 23rd March Joe Wicks is going to be hosting a free workout aimed at kids LIVE on his YouTube channel.  The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even adults can get involved.

You don’t need any equipment, just go to Joe Wicks’ YouTube Channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout.

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Cosmic Kids make yoga and mindfulness fun for children by using well known stories that the children enjoy (there is even a Harry Potter yoga session!).  Their YouTube channel has lots of different yoga story sessions to try out.  These will help the children maintain their fitness levels and keep a positive mental state.  To try one of their videos go to their YouTube channel by clicking here.

GoNoodle

GoNoodle gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. Every dance party, yoga session, mindfulness activity, and game session is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best.  To make use of this free resource, please visit their website: GoNoodle.

Maths with Carol Vorderman

During the UK school closure period ‘The Maths Factor’ website will be free for families to use to support childrens’ continued learning at home.  This website has videos of Carol Vorderman explaining different methods and then maths games for children to play using what they have learnt.  To sign up click here.

Elevenses with David Walliams

David Walliams will be releasing a different (free) audio book every day.  To listen to today’s story click here.

Cooking with kids (and Jamie Oliver)

Jamie Oliver has some fantastic recipes that are great to make with children.  If you would like to get your children involved in the kitchen, you can find his selection of child friendly recipes here.

Myleene’s Music Klass

Myleene Klass is creating a series of YouTube videos teaching children about different elements of music, including how to create basic rhythms and how to begin to read notation.  To join in with her music lessons you can find her YouTube channel here.

Stay Active with Premier Education

Parents can download free resources to keep their children healthy, happy and learning at home from Premier Education.  Premier Education provide our specialist P.E. provision in school.  They have created resources to support parents in physical activity, health and wellbeing and life skills.  To access these resources sign up here.

Think U Know

Think U Know have created a page to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, they will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home.  To access these packs please click here.

The Training Space: Live English Lessons

Jane Considine is filming live English lessons based on short films that can be found online.  She will teach children her ‘Super Sentence Stacking’ technique and all the links and resources can be found in the description under the video.  To see the lessons that she has already recorded visit her YouTube Channel.

BBC Super Movers

The BBC has some fun curriculum linked resources to get your children moving while they learn at home.  You can find a Super Movers’ video here.

Scouts: The Great Indoors

While the Scouts normally love the great outdoors, they’ve pulled together some inspired indoor activity ideas (if they do say so themselves). Keep your children learning new skills and having fun all in The Great Indoors.

Library Newsletter 24.03.2020

Please see the newsletters written by Mrs Kent with some great ideas about reading at home: Library NewsletterLibrary Newsletter 2

Reading Apps

BorrowBox App

eBooks and eAudiobooks are a fantastic way to get children into reading.  BorrowBox is an app that lets you borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks for FREE using your Hampshire Library membership.  If you haven’t already joined the library, you can do so online here: Join the library.  Once you have an account set up you can then download the BorrowBox app and sign in.  For more details on BorrowBox click here.

Audible Stories

For as long as schools are closed, Audible are offering free streaming via their app.  You can use this app to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help your child(ren) to continue dreaming, learning, and using their imagination.

All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.  These stories can also be played through devices with Alexa.

Go to: Audible

Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It’s that easy!

Reading

Reading with your child is fundamental, even when they are fluent readers. Discussing books enables your child to develop their understanding and critical thinking. Below is a reading booklet to guide you when exploring the world of literature together.

Reading vipers parents booklet

Maths Strategies

Isn’t it frustrating when you are unable to help your child with their maths homework because you haven’t got a clue about the strategies they are using? The booklet below will guide you through the calculations your child is learning at school.

Calculation Policy

Primary Mathematics Vocabulary

Grammar

Understanding of grammar is an essential component of writing skills. See the booklet below to help support your child in their work.

Parents_Guide to grammar

Internet Safety

Well-being

Self-help-Workbook-Children-1

Did you know that CAMHs (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service). Has lots of useful advice on all sorts of subjects in regards to helping children and young people, their families and carers when someone is experiencing emotional wellbeing or mental health difficulties?

This is one examples of a booklet you might find useful.

There are others at: https://hampshirecamhs.nhs.uk/help/parents-carers/

 

40 ways to support childrens mental health

How to look after your child’s mental health

7 Conversation Topics – Parent Guide

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    Ofsted, November 2018

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    Ofsted, November 2018

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    Ofsted, November 2018

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