Please click on the appropriate year group pages for your children to see activities we would like to see them try. If you have access to Free Flow, we would love to see some pictures of what they do. (If you don't, click on the link under 'Parents' to be added.)
A number of education companies are offering their resources for free. We are not advocating any of these companies and some of them will want you to sign up to take advantage of the resources. We have added links to them in the 'External Resources' section in case you would like to use these materials.
There is a lot of uncertainty around the current COVID-19 outbreak, particularly given that the situation is constantly developing and the information about the virus remains incomplete.
Understandably, this is causing a lot of worry and anxiety for people. Having children and young people at home, often when people are trying to work themselves, adds another layer of stress. It is therefore important to not only consider our physical health during such challenging times, but also to pay attention to our mental health. It is normal to feel worried, stressed and anxious when we are faced with uncertain situations, but the sooner we acknowledge and learn to take care of our mental health, the healthier and better equipped we’ll be to cope with the situation we're having to face.
This information isn’t a work plan for you and your child to follow. It is some ‘hints and tips’ to go with the work that your child’s school will send home for them to do. The information and resources here give you some ideas about how to help keep yourself and your family emotionally well during this time. There are links to mental health resources, learning resources and organisations that may be able to help.
The BBC have launched their homework pages for all year groups and have some excellent ideas for work at home. It can be locate at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize