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Remote Learning

Please see here for suggested learning and ideas for how to structure your days with children whilst your child is away from school. Any questions, please email the office who will forward it to the relevant person. 





Home Learning Resources
In addition to the home learning packs that have been created and sent out to you, we have compiled a list of interactive resources for you to use. Please check this page or your child’s class page on the website regularly for updates and changes to the resources to support children continuing their learning. The children are familiar with all of these resources and will enjoy having the opportunity to access them at home.

Bug Club provides you access to the children’s reading books where you can read their books online and play activities that are linked to that book.

All children within Miss Jones’ Class and Mrs Balls class can login to Bug club via the activelearn link below. The children’s username will be their first name and the password is stmartins. You will also be asked to provide a school code which is: alqm   Once you follow this link and login, you will be able to access the children’s current reading books in their stage.     www.activelearnprimary.co.uk  

Numberblocks is a great interactive resource to support children’s numbers skills please use the link below to access their games and online videos. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/puzzles/numberblocks-adding-up-quiz

Phonics Play offers fantastic interactive phonics games for the children to practice segmenting and blending in their current phase of phonics and a chance to practice the tricky words. Follow the link below and use the username march20 and password home.  https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Twinkl has many resources you can access by searching your childs age and interest. It covers all areas of learning from their curriculum. On here you will be able to download many resources that you can print and complete or use online. Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS when you create an account.

Song and Rhymes are always an important aspect to children’s phonics and communication and language skills. By following the link, you can access BBC Teach which holds lots of songs to join in with that the children will enjoy. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-songs-index/zhwdgwx

Top Marks hold great interactive counting games for your children to access at different age bands. Follow the link to access the free resource. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/3-5-years/counting

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Year 3



In this home learning pack, you need to collect 20 points. You can choose the activities you would like to do, but you must collect at least 20 points. Happy learning and I can’t wait to see this book when you return to school.


By the end of the project each child will produce a newspaper written for the ancient Egyptians.’

It will involve a wide range of types and styles of writing, art and maths. When the children return to school we will celebrate these pieces of work and put them in our class reading corners for everyone to enjoy. 

The Children have been studying the ancient Egyptians across a range of subjects for the past 2 terms They should have enough knowledge to complete this. However, there is plenty of extra information out on the internet if you want to find out more.

If you would prefer to complete this newspaper on a computer then feel free. If you have any other lovely ideas to include please feel free to add these. I look forward to seeing what you have made and sharing them in our book corners.


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Year 6



Hello to all our wonderful Year 6 children and their parents and carers.  We just wanted to remind you that the work set for children will be added to SeeSaw each day at 9am and Miss Smethurst will be online all day to offer support and guidance to anyone who is finding it tricky.  Please just send a message or add a comment and she will be waiting to help you.  

If you are unable to access SeeSaw, please let us know at school and we can look at an alternative provision. 

Remember - all you need is the app on a mobile device if you do not have a laptop and all work can be simply uploaded as photographs.