As we are sure you are aware, schools have been asked to close to all pupils except for children of 'Key workers' or children with individual healthcare plans. A full list of which children this applies to will be released by the government later.
This page is dedicated to ideas that you could use at home to help to educate your children during this time.
- Available online at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary, BBC Bitesize offers a range of activities and games across all areas of the curriculum.
- Interactive lessons and activities that you can do anywhere. Take part in different activities while learning new things. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers
- Numbots can be accessed online (https://play.numbots.com/#/account/school-login/14155) or you can download the app. Pupils can log into their own account and progress through the different challenges. Numbots and Times Tables Rockstars both use the same log in information. When typing in the school name, it may be easier to type in the schools postcode: SW2 2RL.
- Some pupils have been using Mathseeds in school for extra practice. This can also be accessed from home using the same log in information. This is not available for all pupils, only those who have already been registered in school.
Third Space Learning
- Third Space Learning has a fantastic page aimed at supporting parents with home learning. Look at different ways to involve maths in your daily lives, and to get pupils more excited by the subject. https://thirdspacelearning.com/blog/home-learning/
Years 2, 3, 4, 5, 6:
Times Tables Rockstars
- TTRockstars can be accessed online (https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/14155) or you can download the app. Pupils can log into their own account and progress through the different challenges. Numbots and Times Tables Rockstars both use the same log in information. When typing in the school name, it may be easier to type in the schools postcode: SW2 2RL.
- Mathantics is a series of videos aimed at explaining how to solve problems step-by-step. It can be accessed online at: https://www.mathantics.com/, or by searching ‘Mathantics’ on YouTube. These were originally designed for American audiences, so some language may be different to what we have been teaching in lessons, however they are still very useful.