**If the school is closed, please click on your child's year group in the 'Class Work' menu to access this week's work**
For guidance on household isolation, please click here
For a suggested list of websites to use for home learning from the Government, please click here.
If you're struggling for things to do while isolating at home, here are some useful websites with ideas to keep the whole family occupied!
Staying Safe Online
Please make sure you carefully monitor your child's use of the Internet and check the appropriateness of websites. If you or your child have any concerns, you can report this to CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) by clicking here. Our Acceptable Use agreements have been shared and signed by children at school and you can refer to these with your children. Please click here to see the agreements. The NPSCC website has a wide range of advice and resources for keeping your child safe online. Please click here for more information.
School Challenges and Competitions
Story Box Competition
Sporting Moment from History Challenge
Mindfulness Scavenger Hunt
Be An Expert Challenge
Learn A Life Skill! - we've put together a list of skills for children to learn while they're at home (some parental supervision may be required) CLICK HERE
Oxfordshire School Games activities to try at home.
Online Chess - 3 months free of an online chess learning and playing zone.
Oak National Academy - online learning for all year groups.
French-Games - Free online French games and lessons for beginners
Blue Peter - earn Blue Peter badges
National Literacy Trust - a comprehensive collection of reading, writing and language activities to support you and your child at home
Kids Activities Blog - a list of all education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closures
Hamilton Trust - Hamilton Trust will be providing free packs for English and maths for each year group, updated weekly.
PE with Joe - starting Monday morning at 9am on Joe Wicks' YOUTUBE channel: The Body Coach TV.
Twinkl - thousands of activities which support the national curriculum. Usually paid for but they're offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.
Scratch Online - Some classes are already using Scratch (from MIT) in school . It is a great piece of software for teaching coding. The newest version, Scratch 3, is also online, enabling it to be accessed at home, school or anywhere else in the world.
BBC Bitesize - help with homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject.
BBC Learning - this site is archived and no longer updated, but still an excellent resource for all ages.
Change4Life - ideas for keeping the family active
Scouts Online - hundreds of family activities that can be done at home/indoors.
Dyson Foundation - Dyson engineers have designed challenges specifically for children to encourage inquisitive young minds to get excited about engineering.
Left Brain Right Brain - activities based around science, technology, engineering, art and maths.
Action For Children - inexpensive and easy things to do with younger children
Crash Course Kids - YouTube channel from the producers of Crash Course (adults), videos on a variety of subjects
National Geographic Kids - activities and quizzes for younger kids
Duolingo - learn languages for free. Web-based or app
IXL - Maths and English practice for all ages
Planbee - Free online learning sessions and resources