In the event of a class bubble closing and children working from home, we will add lessons and resources on Google Classroom.
Below are some files and links to online learning resources and details of Google Classroom. If you have any queries, please email: email@example.com
Individual classes can be contacted using the following:
Year One: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Two: email@example.com
Year Three: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Four: email@example.com
Year Five: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Six: email@example.com
Ashfield links to learning
Here you will find links to the websites that we currently subscribe to as a school. Your child will have an individual log in for these websites. Please send an email to your child's class email if you require assistance.
TT Rockstars - Times tables
Bug Club - Online reading books linked to the reading scheme
Spelling Shed - Spellings game linked to spelling lists for each year group
Letter Join - Handwriting activities
Video for parents for Letter Join - https://www.letterjoin.co.uk/videos/homelogin.mp4
Sumdog - Maths games
Mymaths - Maths lessons and activities
Ideas for creating a daily structure for children and includes seven weeks of activities for: Reading, Maths, Spelling, Writing and projects for children from EYFS to Y6.
Links to Physical Activities
It is crucial that children remain active for at least one hour per day. Here are some links to websites used in school to promote physical activity.
Jump Start Johnny
Social connections, alongside exercise, sleep, diet and routine, are important protective factors for mental health. Materials to promote and support mental wellbeing are included in the list of online resources we have published to help children to learn at home. Public Health England’s Rise Above platform supports young people. The Department of Health and Social Care is providing £5 million of additional funding to support mental health charities to increase their provision for adults and children at this time.
Social isolation, reduced exercise, and bereavement, may affect children’s wellbeing in this period.
Resources to promote and support children and young people’s mental wellbeing include:
All NHS mental health trusts are setting up 24/7 helplines, and seeking to use digital and virtual channels, to continue delivering support during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Additional Government recommended on line resources:
We want to support parents and all educational settings to ensure children and young people’s education can continue.
For support for school-aged children, you should first contact your child’s school, who will be able to offer advice.
Available support includes:
For parents with children under 5 years old, who have not yet started school, the Department for Education (DfE)’s Hungry Little Minds campaign features tips and practical activities that you can do at home with children to support their early learning.
There are many simple ways to help your children learn and it does not have to feel like ‘learning’. Having everyday conversations, make-believe play, and reading together, all make a big difference to your child’s development.